Red Line Distributors Review

Saw a colleague on LinkedIn who suggested I signup as a secret shopper. After signing up, received a FedEx envelope from Redline Distributors in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Inside was a check for $2,950.00 from USAA Casualty Insurance Company in San Antonio, TX and instructions to deposit the check, buy something at Target for $20 and rate the transaction, purchase $2,500 in Money Orders from the Post Office, keep $300 and remaining $130 to be used for shipment of money orders.Looked up Red Line Distributors, they are a family owned business focused on tire service shop equipment and supplies. Looked up USAA Casualty Insurance Company and they are a Property and Casualty Insurance Group founded by U.S. Army Officers.

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