Watersons Estate Agents Scam

David Warren sends out an email looking for people to put an advert on their car to advertise their company. They claim to pay $200/weekly and $400 upfront. They send you (2) money orders to deposit into your account. You keep the $400 upfront money and forward the remaining balance, which is over $1,500, in the form of a money order to a Cindy Herrera in Merced, CA. Thankfully I called the USPS 800 number to check to see if the money order was legit.

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