Post card offer in mail.

Certified Marketing Services - Post card offer in mail.
I received a postcard that assured me that I had "an unclaimed reward" -- I called the provided number on the card; the person who answered spoke broken English and was a bit difficult to understand. That being said they offered me my "reward" of a $100.00 gift card "good at Walmart or Target". The catch? I had to pay the "one time shipping and handling fee of $2.50". Hmmmm with my own visa or Master or Debit card. I immediately told them that I "felt uncomfortable giving my card number out" then the woman launched into an obviously rehearsed scripted spiel to make me "more comfortable" to give them my information. Nope. Didn't do it. Glad I didn't. And it simply smacked of S C A M!!
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#854913 Review #854913 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Sketchy - wanted my bank card info to pay for my reward
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Fake of course. They sent me a bogus check and tried to push me to send money via "Western Union" before the check cleared. Bogus bull here. Also who has a company that has aol as an email host? Isn't it suppose to be along the lines of RandyOxford.CMS.org or...
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I received a check from them and I cleared in my bank and I went forward with my assignment. Easiest $ I ever made

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