Beware of Mystery Shopping Scams

Beware of e-mails offering mystery shopping employment or letters offering quick returns for cashing a cheque

If you received an e-mail offering mystery shopper employment or a letter offering payment to conduct a mystery shop involving cheque cashing or money transfers - be aware that offers of this nature are never sent from MSP - ShoppersCanada.com

Our company NEVER sends unsolicited e-mails to anyone for any reason, nor do we conduct mystery shops involving cheque cashing or money transfers.

In cheque cashing or money transfer schemes, you are asked to cash a cashier’s cheque and wire the money back to a specified address - typically outside the country. The "reward" to you is that you get to keep a percentage of the original cashier's cheque as payment. However, in these scams - the cashier's cheque bounces several days later and you are then held liable for the entire amount of money wired.

If you received an offer like this, please report it to your local police.


E-mail contact from MSP - ShoppersCanada.com

Unless you are a member and subscribe to our services or are professionally affiliated with our company - you will never receive an e-mail from ShoppersCanada.com

We do not send unsolicited e-mail to anyone. If someone contacts you by e-mail offering mystery shopping employment or claims to represent MSP - ShoppersCanada.com - that e-mail is fraudulent.

CONSUMER WARNING
Beware of cheque cashing & money wiring scams

No legitimate mystery shopping company will ever send you an unsolicited mystery shopping job offer.


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