Elite CX Solutions

I received an email from someone claiming to be Eric Wortmann claiming to represent Elite CX Solutions. It said my application as a mystery shopper had been approved. Within two days a check arrived via USPS from Fence World, 10625 Otter Creek East Blvd., Mabelvale, AR 72103, for $2,490. The check was from Iberiabank and signed by Harold Joyner.Thinking it was valid, I deposited the check via my bank’s mobile app. The following day I was notified by my bank that the check did not clear and I was charged $15.00. The bank also said it was holding the check until several more days. When I attempted to log into my account several days later, I was blocked. I had to personally visit a branch sixty miles away from my home and close two accounts because of this attempted fraud.

I received an email from someone claiming to be Eric Wortmann claiming to represent Elite CX Solutions. It said my application as a mystery shopper had been approved. Within two days a check arrived via USPS from Fence World, 10625 Otter Creek East Blvd., Mabelvale, AR 72103, for $2,490. The check was from Iberiabank and signed by Harold Joyner.Thinking it was valid, I deposited the check via my bank’s mobile app. The following day I was notified by my bank that the check did not clear and I was charged $15.00. The bank also said it was holding the check until several more days. When I attempted to log into my account several days later, I was blocked. I had to personally visit a branch sixty miles away from my home and close two accounts because of this attempted fraud.

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