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  • Blu
    Blu
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    I got a text that i been qualified for car wrap advertisment… And also just got a check in the mail for 8x more than what they are to pay me per week… A advertisment Agent from busch beer keeps texting me to confirm the check has arrived and to follow the instructions include….. I really kinda want to deposit it to withdraw and keep it to get a few very important things done….but …..

  • Sheryl
    Sheryl
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    I received a check for 2773.85 from auto wrap campaign manager for Frito lay. 500 is for my first week salary the rest goes to wrap installer. They told me to deposit and then wait for instructions. Haven’t received any thing.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      DO NOT deposit anything that you receive from them.

  • Marilyn Perry
    Marilyn Perry
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    Where was all this last week when k looked it up, I was scammed, now about to lose everything, I work part time thought it was going go be a good second job. Now
    I’m dead.

  • Louise
    Louise
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    I received an email from someone claiming to be from Amp for car wrapping. I received a text message from 720.623.3534 claiming to be the decal company and the asking if I got the check yet. I got it today and it’s so obvious that it’s fake. The we’re offering $700 a week and sent me a check for $2950. They want me to deposit it and send the rest to the decal company. I tried to get confirmation from Amp directly but they won’t respond.

  • Dawn
    Dawn
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    I just received an email for car wrap advertising for USGA from a Robert Willmont. $700/week + $50 gas.. I immediately started researching and thank God I found your blog. I don’t do anything without due diligence and research. And if something seems too good to be true, IT IS. I would love to scam this dude back.

    *Please do not sell my info

  • Linda Huddleston
    Linda Huddleston
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    A number text me on my phone I did not receive an email it was on a text through my phone saying that I can use my vehicle and put a monster energy drink logo on my vehicle then I could make 3900 and $50 and pay them 500. Seem a little fishy to me I asked my husband about it and he checked and it was a scam I posted it on Facebook do not fall for it it is a scam I was not going to fall for it cuz I thought to myself this does sound a little fishy so I did not fall for it there are a lot of people out there that will fall for it you think before you do anything do not fall for scams if it’s too good to be true that it is and it was too good to be true no one’s just going to hand you over almost $4,000 do not fall for it people

  • Rudi Stade
    Rudi Stade
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    I’m up in Huntsville, Ontario and I just got the same type of email from a Martin Rudy offering $350. a week, etc. Thank you for the info about these criminals!

  • Ron Jacobs
    Ron Jacobs
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    I just received an email from Paid to drive concepts for Blue Bell Ice Cream. Hiring manager Duong Anaya. He said they out sourced the payment of funds to another agency so not to be alarmed buy the payment not coming from Blue Bell the graphic designer is Herme’s perfume an cologne.i guess the decal will smell real good lol. My first 2 weeks payment had been approved with installers payment watch for check coming ups. (417)262-6729. I’m going to love throwing a d- – k in there lunch box. Thanks for the information I had a funny feeling when the ad I applied for was different an the perfume an cologne place also has a garage an decal shop probably sells carpets an discount smokes too.

  • Jean
    Jean
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    Received this email recently. Saw that a large number of people using a gmail account were hit up on the same email. Glad I checked and that you had important and relevant information! Below is a copy of the message (I removed the email addresses as they looked like real addresses):

    DIST DASANI 957136
    Inbox
    x
    Derrick Banister

    Feb 16, 2020, 9:46 AM (2 days ago)

    to

    94585937

    DASANI WATER would like to paste our WATER logo on your vehicle while you receive 300 bucks weekly while you do that.
    Are you interested?

    345783728

    • Chris
      Chris

      I’ve recently been contacted thru text message it was a link saying it was for mt dew energy drink $500 a week I found your post and well the details are the same exactly. I’ve been searching for work i did a small application which was name address age gender and email darn I thought I found something easy and quick to help me and my kids. Thanks for your post

  • Em Carreon
    Em Carreon
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    I got a check for $2300+ issued by a School District out of California. I called to verify the check legitimacy and was told the check was a fake. I then sent an email to bryan@autowrapmarketer.com to confirm that I got sent the right check for an advertisement and he confirmed it was the school district. I since then shredded the check and the instruction, gotten a reminder from him and now just got another email to tell me that they are cancelling my contract and threatened me with a legal action. What a nerve!. I emailed him back that I know the check is fake and if he keeps on emailing me, I will be forced to file a complaint with the Attorney General and FCC. Let’s see what he does next.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Expect a few more threatening messages. There’s nothing they can do to you. Ignore them, delete them, and move on.

  • Tricia Kirkland
    Tricia Kirkland
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    Got the same message for Mtn Dew and $500/wk.
    Estimated wrap expenses is $2,950.00 (includes cost for installation, removal and logistic). From Mark Joseph.

  • Tom
    Tom
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    TAB ENERGY DRINK WRAP CAR SCAM. Offered 400.00 week to advertise tab energy drink 3 mths. Would send money by mail. I contacted Coke corporate office thinking it is a scam ….. They confirmed. It was even listed in job sites …… The number they are contacting me from is 805-285-3441. Turn them into officials. They are crooks …..

  • Lori
    Lori
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    I was contacted several weeks ago. They told me I would be Advertising for cricket wireless by putting something I take it a wrap or sign on my car , they said just ride around and advertise for $500 a week. They send me a check for 2000 and I acted like I deposited it to see what they would say, they told me to wait till it clears and then I will keep my 500 dollars and send the rest to someone else. Now say one tries it and lets it clear before doing anything, not much can go wrong right ? This guy is being very patient until it clears which seems odd to me if it’s not going to clear. It’s been a week and I am still texting him saying not cleared yet and he said ok some funds are cleared and I said yes but I’m not doing anything until all money is available and he said ok. What other game could he be running ?

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      DO NOT deposit the check, ever. The funds will be made available to you and the check may even “clear” for a short while, but there is a 100% guarantee that the bank will eventually catch the check as fake and you will be solely responsible for paying back 100% of the funds, plus they will tack on extra fees for depositing bad checks, plus any overdraft fees if you account goes negative.

      Banks can reverse checks weeks, or even MONTHS, after it supposedly clear. Make no mistake, the check you received is fraudulent and that money does not exist.

  • Junior
    Junior
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    I got a check for 3,598.76 yesterday and it is a cashiers check says the purchaser name is Brandi Dennis and than at the bottom of the check it is signed by Jordan McCarthy. The check is written on Bank of COUSHATTA and the address on the check for the bank is a P.O. Box In Louisiana. It was for a car wrap by SPEED DEMON. I was supposed to get 500 a week and the rest went to the installer but they havent said that i have to send money to someone yet they have only said the minimum at this point.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      DO NOT DEPOSIT THE CHECK! The absolute *best* case scenario is that you get hit with a fee from the bank for a bounced check. Worse case scenarios include losing thousands of dollars and having your identity stolen.

    • Anita Dubroc
      Anita Dubroc

      I Received one as well and my mind went to scam so I contacted the bank it was written off and they informed me that yes this is a scam and do not cash this check but to fax them a copy and inform my post office of the scam which they are aware of this scam .

  • Peggy J Keith
    Peggy J Keith
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    Just received text approved your blue moon car advertisement . hiring manager John carry . Didn’t reply find your web site thank you.

  • Andrea Johnson
    Andrea Johnson
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    I recently receive a check 2900,supposed to keep 500 for first week pay.Send confirmation, them they send someone out to wrap my car. Then i receive 500 a week. 🤕

  • Anne
    Anne
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    I was also text by Busch beers for car wrap and I have been also be text and email.

  • Tracey
    Tracey
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    I literally just received a TEXT not an email 10 mins ago for car wrapping to advertise for VENMOK ENERGY DRINK- must be the international cousin company of VENOM ENERGY DRINK right??? and was asked to “kindly click the link belwo” .. I responded with “kindly, learn how to spell- your scam game is weak homie”

    • Sochi
      Sochi

      I recieved something like that last year and never applied to anything, did you apply or what

    • Deb
      Deb

      Thank you for this information. I received a check for $4,980.00 with the same instructions as shared in your article. The scammer used the name of Sprangler Charles. phone: 209-330-0094, thedecalguru@gmx.us. The check was written by Global Wines Iowa LLC. I looked up the company and could tell right away this was not legit. The English in the letter was not grammatically correct which was a dead giveaway.
      No pay out from me!!!

  • joy
    joy
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    I just received a check for $2480.00 to deposit into my checking account for a car wrap
    I keep $450, rest is to pay the wrapper.
    My nephew received a similar check a couple of months ago., so I was aware it was probably a scam.
    I told them I would get it cashed quicker at SunTrust which was the bank name on the check. Kenneth told me no, to deposit into my account.
    I work hard for my money, so I can’t afford scams. It seems so simple and extra money. 🏃 🏃

    • Brooke
      Brooke

      I also recieved an email from someone wanting to wrap my car with Budweiser . But I had to fill out an actual application online not just type my info into an email. Did anyone else have an application ?

  • isidro villasana
    isidro villasana
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    car decal advertisement ,just got a check for the amount of $2,950.00 and a letter says kindly read these guidelines and follow the instructions this is an instructions you will need to follow regarding your auto wrap campaign .A payment regarding is sent with this letter . please see guidelines bellow :1:payment of will delivered to you by a secure courier service (FedEx ,or USPS or ups ) 2:your first week salary is to be deducted from the total amount you receive .which is for you to keep . 3: as soon as you receive the check payment for your campaign ,go straight to your bank and deposit the check to your bank .you will need to ascertain from the bank when the fund will be available to you for withdrawal in 24 Hours 4: A copy of deposit receipt is needed to ascertain deposit and to give authorization to the issuing bank to release fund to your account .at the end of this letter is an email address and phone number to text your copy of your deposit . 5 : Also A deposit of your receipt received on the day of delivery attracts $200 Amazon gift card which will be sent with your second week salary .This is ongoing special offer .so, make sure once payment is received make a deposit and send a copy of deposit receipt for the approval of the Amazon gift card worth $200 .6: Usually ,checks deposited same day will clear withing 24 to 48 hours of deposit 7: Once check is cleared you will receiving further instructions from the accounting department by by email which will tell you which of the local installer you will be paying with the remaining balance on the check deposited .Money paid to the installers will enable them to set up an appointment with your on when to come and place the decal on your car .the money you will paying is for the installing and to uninstall . thank GOD i decide to search the internet i am safe

  • Anita Honeycutt
    Anita Honeycutt
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    I’m now in possession of 2 checks for $2,400.00 each. To wrap my car for a well known family brand. I explained in text, that I do NOT have a checking nor a savings or banking account of any kind. They told me to open one so I could be paid!?! Can I be compensated and help take these people down? That sound naive but it IS Christmas and I’ve been told my sister is dying. This is not a joke to me! I needed the funds but not illegally gained ones!

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Hey Anita-

      Unfortunately nothing can be done because these guys mostly operate out of Internet cafes somewhere far overseas. The check isn’t real and the money isn’t real. The best thing to do is to rip up the check and stop communicating with them ASAP.

  • Crystal Ulloa
    Crystal Ulloa
    Reply

    I just received a check for a car wrap mountain dew I was really hoping for it not to be a scap. What should I do.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Throw away the check and don’t communicate with the scammers at all. Do not try and cash it!

  • Tammie Vieira
    Tammie Vieira
    Reply

    They sent me a check and have been harassing me to cash it…

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      DO NOT CASH IT. Absolute, best case scenario, you have to pay a fee for a bounced check. Worst, you lose your identity, banking info, get in trouble for depositing fake checks into your bank account etc.

  • Derwin Bullard
    Derwin Bullard
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    Ridiculous! I received an email text just now advertising AMP Energy Drinks. I knew it was a scam but wanted to know how deep it was. I found out … it is very deep and dirty. I am a licensed social worker and a doctoral candidate; also I used to work for two different banks (Chemical now Chase as well as Citibank) along with NY DMV. The reason why I am writing this is that there is no free lunch. No something for nothing. I learned this a long time ago (am 55), and I watch my Alzheimer’s afflicted dad fall prey to this kind of mail/online garbage in the late 90’s. Terrible what scammers will do to people.

  • Jimmy
    Jimmy
    Reply

    Just received today via text message an offer to pay me $500/mo. for 6 months to wrap my car to advertise Volo Energy Drinks. Glad I searched the Internet for Volo Energy Drink car wraps and read your article. Good work! Thanks, Jimmy

  • Katarinne
    Katarinne
    Reply

    Whelp… I just received a check. I’m really glad that I noticed something was off and did some research before I went and deposited this check. It’s $500/week and the check was written for $1,972. They haven’t instructed to send money away after depositing yet. The check is issued from Fashion Cabinet Dental Plan with the CEO signature and name which I googled and it’s the right person. But it was UPS Next day air and showed up on my front door step from Newmont Elko Warehouse…

    Should I be concerned that, whoever these people are, have my address?

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Not really as there isn’t anything they can do. They all operate overseas anyway. As long as you didn’t give them anything like your banking information or social security number, you should be fine.

  • Byron
    Byron
    Reply

    They’re texting this to people to now

  • Nahele
    Nahele
    Reply

    mine was for Frito-Lay got my check today for 2948.00 by FedEx. Looked up return address. An attorney office in NY. Called attorney. Had me email him picture of check and Fed ex envelope. One can’t be too careful so I did create a new email. Sent me email back stating they will investigate and get back to me. Now after the fact I think what if the attorney’s office is in on it also? that’s what happens when you over analyze things LOL

  • Bri
    Bri
    Reply

    Even though this is an old blog I am glad I found it. I received text message about AMP energy drink car wrap. I sent them my information because it sounded real. You always see people driving around with car wraps on their cars. 1 month later I received another text asking if my information was correct and please confirm. I did not confirm anything, because it sounded so fishy why do I need to confirm anything. Another week past recieved another text message, please confirm your information, signed with a fake name Mayfield Johnson. Since this names are often used my nigerian scammers I decided to do a Google search with that name and AMP energy drink. And glad I did. I would have never send them any money to begin with because I know about the check scam. But still glad didnt waste any of time on this scammers!! Hope people do their research before they send any money to this scammers.

    I would like to report them to the authorities, anybody has an idea whats the best address or email to contact? And any knowledge of, if anything ever happens to this scammers?

    Get a job like everybody else **holes!!

    • Bri
      Bri

      Here is the name and phone number of the scammer!

      The fake name of the scammer is: Mayfield Johnson.
      The phone number: 623 383 7260

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Unfortunately, these scammers operate overseas and take steps to anonymize their identity online making it extremely hard to track them, let alone even think about prosecuting them. You’ve already done as much as you could by publishing their name and contact information here to help other people who Google their scammer.

  • Karl
    Karl
    Reply

    Over the last week, my daughter had a scammer posing as a representative for Sweet treats ice cream wanting her to have a wrap on her car advertising their brand. They sent a check for $2575 and told her to cash the check and send them two money orders for 1000 each to a third-party and keep the rest as her first weeks payment. They claimed they were from San Diego area in California, but gave no actual address. All communications were through text messaging. A man claiming to be “Robert” used the number, 424-243-6242, for the messages. The real company is located in Conyers, Georgia and have a warning on the homepage of their website about scammers. I am going to the police tomorrow with all of the information in hopes of catching these bums!

  • Joe
    Joe
    Reply

    They are still at it for the RockStar Energy drinks. Look out for Johnbryan037@gmail.com. He is advertising on social media apps for RockStar energy car wrap jobs. Says you will get paid $500.00 weekly. I did respond at first, but something did not sound right when he reached out to me. I started researching and found this site amongst others. Glad I did and I am glad so many people are telling their stories to help others avoid being scammed.

  • Terni
    Terni
    Reply

    Me and my boyfriend both received texts and emails about a Bud Light wrap on our cars. He already received his check and it is with the currency exchange and I am waiting to receive mine so I can take it to the police department. Thanks

  • steve
    steve
    Reply

    I received one just today. check in the amount of 2200. So glad i did my research beforehand. That dumb son of a bitch “mr franco”. I sent him a text immediately after i stumbled across this, i told him I tried to cash the check at walmart where it was deemed fake by the cashier. I said the authorities have been contacted and i told him good luck in life and then i was like “run Mr franco run” lol and then he never responded back. Mr franco turned out to be a corndog(undercover weenie). lol

  • Louis R Bonacich
    Louis R Bonacich
    Reply

    Received from on line sponsor
    I almost fell for it. The check looks real too. Of course when I wrote and asked questions there was no response. Below is a direct copy of the email I received today with the check arriving today.

    I’m happy to inform you that the start up check has been delivered to
    you today via UPS today, The check payment covers your first week pay
    and your gas bonus, kindly have the check deposited into your account
    immediately you received it. The money should be instantly available
    in your account or by mid-night.Deduct $500 + $50 for your gas for the
    week making $550 for your self as your 1st week payment then get back
    to me so that i can instruct you on how to send the Remaining Balance
    $2,175 to the decal specialist. (installer of the decal). Then As
    soon as the specialist (installer) received the payment he will be
    coming to wrap your car and also remove it when the advert period
    ends. Your XEROX CORPORATION® car advert Program ID # is
    “HADCAD/0G43657”. You should make this available to the installer on
    his arrival at your location.

  • Terry ONeil
    Terry ONeil
    Reply

    I received these e-mails also. I was really interested as I was looking for a way to supplement my income. I received the check today in the amount of $2998.45. I notified them that I had received the check, I was supposed to deposit the check into my bank account, keep 300. for myself plus an extra 100. for expenses and await instructions on who to send the rest of the money too via Walmart’s money gram service, but as of 9:00 tonight I haven’t heard from them. I even messaged them that I was worried that it could be a scam, but I was really needing the money. It was to be $300.00 a week for 6 months with an option to extend it for 6 more months. I even called the bank on the check itself and asked them if it was legit, she said it sounded like it was but didn’t know about the company involved, she also told me that it was probably a scam. She couldn’t actually verify the check was good. The check only had South State Bank, of Charleston, S.C. 29406 on it. It did look real but I am not one to look a gift horse in the mouth. I am really not that gullible, I wanted it to be true but I knew better. It was just too unbelievable to be true. So here I am writing this message on this site I found when I researched for this scam, and I do mean SCAM. So if there are any more people out there that are receiving a Vehicle Wrap by Viking Water, DON’T do it. That old adage “if it sounds fishy, and smells fishy, throw it away. I thank you for listening to me, I hope I have helped someone. It is a shame that in this technological age that we CAN’T trust anything and mostly everyone on these computers. Thanks again for listening. Beware of anything that sounds FISHY.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      You just saved yourself from a $3,000+ headache. Good thing you took time to research it before making any moves.

  • nancee
    nancee
    Reply

    Oct. 2019..they will never stop trying. But now its $5076.00!!! Good thing my “mama didnt faise no fool!” If it sounds too good to be true…….

    • Holly
      Holly

      I recieved one claiming to be from Budweiser drink brand and talked it over with my husband and signed him up for it beings our vehicle is in his name, thanks for the heads up! When his check comes in the mail next week it’ll go straight to the authorities and they can figure it out.

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