Intouch Insight Reviews - Intouch Insight Scam or Legit

Jacob – Jun 06, 2020

I got a PRIORITY MAIL LETTER w instructions and check $1985.00 w instructions go to 3 stores get 3 gift cards. and then send him RICK WALTER the codes threw text. i asked the man if it was real or a SCAM. this man was rude and texted me back in CAPS saying it was REAL and not a SCAM…
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THIS WAS 2 GOOD TO BE TRUE even though i looked up the BANK n its real …but if its 2 good to be true then it is…DONT FALL FOR THIS!SCAM

Jacqueline – Apr 30, 2020

Victim Location 89101

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

He wants you to deposit check in your bank wait 24 hour clearance,then buy four gift cards loaded with 500.00 each. Next an email with address to mail to gift cards will be sent to you.

Erik – Apr 29, 2020

Victim Location 34232

Type of a scam Employment

Was supposed to be a secret shopper job. I was sent a cashiets check before the job to deposit in my bank then withdraw cash to complete job by buying gift cards which were then to be mailed to an undisclosed address

Chase –

Victim Location 95307

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Richard reached out to me through email stating that he was had Secret Shopper jobs. He sent a couple emails along with text messages. Then he stated I would be receiving information in the mail and I should follow the directions given.

I received a USPS Priority Mail envelop with a return address for a Brenda Guzman, 151 Quitman St, Neward NJ 07108 and in it was a letter and a check for $2340.10 the instructions were for me to deposit the check and then keep $300 for "an assignment". I have attached the letter, envelope and check.

Ebony –

Victim Location 10019

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order


Career Builder is looking for a part time worker across the US, to help evaluate their customer service and sales performance.

· You can earn as much as Two thousand dollars and above a month.

· This is 100% legit part time job.

· It takes less than 4 hours a week [Part-time]

· Anyone can apply without affecting their current (Full-time) job.

You can APPLY via the website link below.


This is a great opportunity to make extra money asides your full time job. its flexible and Rewarding i also tried it, Register through the link above and I assure you will not regret it.


Above is the actual email sent to me from a college email. After I applied I received an email saying I have been selected and with information about a day later. Then after receiving text messages with the name of my mystery secret shopper coordinator Mathew Nelson, I was sent a check for $2340.00 with a letter. The letter instructed me to deposit the check, to keep $300 and use the rest to buy 4 reloadit packs from 2 stores they listed each for $500. Then email them to receive more instructions.

I still have the original check, letter, and envelope what do i do with them? Shred it ?

Mandy –

Victim Location 45150

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Several emails had been sent to me. They stated in three different ways: packet for your shopping first assignment has been delivered to your home address today via USPS, kindly check around for it. Kindly confirm you receive this email. Thanks, Rick W***.

I received this last message before the envelope arrived. A letter with intouch insight on the top gave me instructions to purchase "reloadit" packs. I was then to email a report detailing the nine questions on the letter. I was to deduct $300 of the check (2394.00) and purchase 4 reloadit plus packs (picture included) at two different locations. Then I was to scratch the pins and report the PINS but not activated the cards online. I was then to email my report. Then a mailing address would be provided to send the cards to after my report was received.

Lacey –

Victim Location 44333

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

The scammers contacted me first via email. It appeared as an email from someone I knew. It said I could be a mystery shopper and earn $300. It clicked on link. It took me to a registration form. I completed it, including asking for two email addresses. About 4 days later, I received an email saying the scammers had selected me. I confirmed receipt of the email. In 2 days, they sent me a priority mail with a letter and a cashier’s check for $2294. It then instructed me to cash the check and then (with cash only) buy 4 Reloadit Plus Packs at Gift Card Display Stands of two companies from a recommended list. After I completed the questions for the shopping and sent in my report, they could tell me where to send the cards.The scammers were insistent that I do this all very quickly, even offering a bonus if I did. I suspect that once I bought the cards and sent them or gave them the info, the check would bounce and I would be on the hook for them. (See attachment for more detail.)

Fernando –

Victim Location 48315

Type of a scam Employment

About a week ago, I received an email from a Rick Walter of whom I do not know nor do I have any association with. I deleted the email thinking nothing of it. Today, I received a Priority Mail Packet from a David Seward, 86 Ave Maria Rd, Monterey, CA 93940 along with a one-page letter congratulating me on becoming a secret shopper along with a check from Texas Partners Federal Credit Union in the amount of $2,194.00. This check appears to be signed by Sophia Nieter (sp?) with a Ricardo Rubenstein name typed on it. The check number is 646149 with a numbers listed on the above as: 646149 311990511 7810311985416 The one page letter outlines instructions on cashing the check at the bank providing detailed personal information. The instructions go on saying to choose one the stores identified and load up five RELOADIT Plus Packs at the gift card display stand. Each gift card is to be loaded with $360 each with leftover monies for gas purposes. The letter concludes by notifying [email protected] or calling 585-496-4592 to let them know the check was deposited. A "milling" address would be provided to send the cards to after the store report was received.

I have never signed up to be a secret shopper nor have I spoken with anyone about such a thing. How and why I got this notice including the check is beyond my comprehension so I can only assume this is a scam and a serious one, indeed.

Patrick –

Victim Location 19040

Type of a scam Employment

I received a text asking me if I wanted to be a mystery shopper. I thought it sounded fun but basically forgot about it. The next thing I know is that I receive a letter and what looks like a real check for $2,2450. They give you explicit details ….when you deposit the check you text exercise received. When you deposit the check you send a text message to 708-568-0327 and state "draft lodged.

You are then to check your available balance within 24 hrs the check should clear. You are told that you can deduct $200 for your salary and the rest is for shopping and expenses. The letter says that the day the funds have been made available and every correspondence after the receipt of thepackage will be via TEST MESSAGE. Your assignment should be completed withing 24 hrs upon receipt of the assignment package so as to enable us to report back to their client with ourown detailed report and also to start the processing of the next assignment

The is a contact name, Charles Cole, Task SUpervisor 708-568-027 at

There are two names on the check A.l.A.C contracting corp. general account the bank noted is Northeast community bank, 325 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains,NJ 10601

When things sound to good to be true they usually are.

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