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So, I was sent a nice size certified check for my washer & dryer & I was told to cash it, take my payment, and then wire the rest (large amount) to another state. This is supposedly being sent to the 'shippers' who are supposedly gonna come pick up the machines. So, like a dummy I did this & didn't realize what was going on, til after the fact. I seriously got scammed! NOw I'm screwed. The check came from an Umpqua bank, so that's where I cashed it. I DO NOT have an account with this bank. SO, HOW WILL THIS EFFECT minnesota IF THE CHECK TURNS OUT TO BE FAKE?
You were scammed. Never do this! Depending on the size of the check you could ruin your credit. They could also put a hold on your account (since you didn't have an account at that bank I don't think you have a problem there) and in high amounts they could call the police because of check fraud. Don't send them money. Don't spend any money. Call the police immediately and have the e-mails you received ready. Tell them what happened and give them the address of the "shipper" you should have sent the payment too You also want to be careful - since because you cashed this check your going to receive checks in the mail for a while from people who pull these scams. The more you cash the more they make and the worse **** you'llll be in. Also in your e-mail you'll receive a lot fo e-mails claiming if you send them money they'lll send you a larger amount of money. delete these immediately. every Time you open one you make yourself more susceptible to more. People will also try to scam you with paypal messages. These are usually easy to catch, since most of them type it fast and you'll get spelling errors or a sentence won't make sense. Also, you'll notice that your buyer and the "paypal" e-mail are sent minutes apart from each other. Anytime you recieve an email from paypal forward it to email@example.com just to be sure.
Since you were smart enough to cash it at the issuing institution the worst that will happen is they'll come after you for payment. The best is people will show up to get these items which is unlikely. The next best is nothing at all will happen to you or your credit, but in an attempt to ensure this, call the police, they should be informed about this no matter what...
Ya that is a scam used alot!!! You need to contact the bank and the police ASAP
I would take it up with the bank you cashed it at and monitor the checks activity. and if worse comes to worse halt the payment and contact the person who gave you the check.
People are still falling for this? In America? Are you over 80?
This happened to a guy i work with. it is a scam. he was forced to pay back the money within a certain period or he would be prosecuted.
That is the dumbest sh!t ive heard in a long time. they talk about NOT doing exactly this all the time on tv, the radio, and newspapers...take your loss and move on a little older and a little wiser.
Quit asking these questions. Quit filling up the category with all your questions.
You should call the cops. Next time, be more carefull about what you do.
You were scammed. Sorry.