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How to Spot a Scam

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Report a Scam to The United States Postal Inspection Service


First and foremost we would like to say thank you to the Cleveland Police Detectives who have worked very hard to provide us with the following information. If you are in possession of a fake/fraudulent check sent by a scam artist, your best plan of attack is to contact your local United States Postal Inspector.

The USPS will investigate any and all complaints regarding scams sent through the United States Postal system. Feel free to click here to located your nearest Postal Inspection office, then click the contact link to find the office in your area/region.

2 comments:

Jeannette said...

I just got the same exact e-mail from a Rev. James Russell about a posting of mine of CL. Thanks for the heads up!

Anonymous said...

We have been hit with scams for house rental from the following
LindaBanks44@yahoo.com
Ashtonmd11@yahoo.com
Beware, they want to rent a house and make the arrangments thru the internet. The check they send to you will bounce in ten days, just enought time for them to cancel the rental and have you refund them thru Western Union.
DO NOT DO BUSINESS with anyone tht you have not met in person.