The Market Force Review

They had me do a short survey online under the Walmart heading and then sent me a check in my name in the amount of $1,977.00! They instructed me to deposit it into my account and told me to keep $300 and use $1,600.00 to purchase eBay gift card and after I did that they would further instruct me! The most likely would have me send the cards purchased to them because they also wanted me to use $10.00 of the said check for mailing fees! I did not deposit the check!!

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