PeopleSource – Bank on Check Review

On December 12th, I got an email from a woman named Lisa Bridget, who later told me her name is Bridget Lisa…she said she had found out from a friend, my independent consultant website, and wanted to order some products. So I said, great, here is my website, and I provided her with my website, which she said she already had, she did not tell me who she got it from either. She then responded back telling me she is deaf and hope I don’t treat her differently because of that. She then told me she isn’t familiar with shopping online, that she doesn’t have any credit cards and that she wished to pay me using a cashier’s check that she would mail to me. She told me she was out of town and that her secretary would send the check for her…Once mailed and received, she wanted me to deposit the check and then place her order once the check was deposited into my account. So then today, 12/18/18, I received the check, it was made out for the wrong amount – all Bridget owed me for her products was $410.07. The check was made out for $1,850.00 – way off. I also had her mail the check to my work, so that she didn’t get a hold of my home address. So the check was written out to my company, not to me. So I couldn’t deposit the check being that it wasn’t made out to myself. I then informed the lady of this and she wanted me to keep trying to deposit it, very persistent. Then told me to take a picture of the front and back and send it to her – which I did not do, because by then I knew it was a fake check, based on what I researched online and I ended up calling the bank that the check was from, PeopleSource in Georgia, and they said they received a couple of calls today with the same two signatures on the check and same district # on the check. She said it was fake. So now I have the FedEx envelope it was sent in and the check together, in case I need to turn it in. I told the lady that unfortunately, I could not proceed with her order and all she replied with was "OK."

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