Joseph Cockman – Joseph Cockman Luke Benajamin it was supposed…

I went on Craigs list looking for job, and was then told with a response that I was accepted to be a mystery shopper and to send my home address info and then they fed ex a letter package with a large amount on a check and I was to take this to my bank and deposit it and then take all the funds out except $400 to keep for my payment of doing the check on a money gram and do an evaluation on the money gram store in my town and send this money to a Joseph Cockman in South Carolina, and then I saw that a few days later the funds were never really cleared in my bank, and I started doing some checking and see that this had to be a scam and now today I received another email to do the same on a second time to the same person but a different address but the addresses were never needed when I went to money gram store. so The receiver only needed to show some type of ID to pick the money up.

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