Mintel Reviews - Mintel Scam or Legit

Kyle –

Victim Location 72209

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Text you for a mystery shopper job. They keep texting you and tell you you will get a check in a few days. Deposit the check in your bank account and wait till it clear. Then wire money to whoever they tell you to send it too

Tony –

Victim Location 84015

Type of a scam Employment

I received a letter and a check in the amount of $2,350.00 (two thousand three hundred &fifty dollars) the letter said to first text phone number’s #904-299-2607 and #206-691-8138 the term ASSIGNMENT RECEIVED then deposit the check and text same number’s FUNDS DEPOSITED and keep a deposit receipt then continue the steps that are on the letter & hou only have a total of 72 hours to complete all of it.. $320 dollars of that check will be my wages and the rest will be for a shopping list and a Walmart to Walmart money transfer.. I already took the check to my bank and deposited it in to my account but im not sure if it has cleared (probably not) and when I got home and texted the term FUNDS DEPOSITED I looked up the number 904-299-2607 on Google & it brought up a scam for Mintel and here I am writing this review. I can take pictures of the letter and send it in to and possibly get the check back from my bank and send it to as well. This really sucks and hopefully I don’t lose money out of this deal. probably going to loose $10 dollars for sure for the check bouncing but hopefully no more then that..

Isaac –

Victim Location 71055

Total money lost $30

Type of a scam Employment

Was looking to make extra money for my family and got stuck with fraud. Check fee anf closing my account. I am beyound maf.

Antonio –

Victim Location 63107

Type of a scam Employment

Today on August 10, 2017, I checked my mail and there was a Priority Mail envelope addressed to me. Once I opened the envelope there was a simple looking letter with instructions stating that I had a assignment as a Survey Analyst/Store Evaluator at Walmart and a bogus looking check in the amount of $2,350.00. In the letter it began to tell you about how to deposit the check into your bank account along with 3 different steps. I immediately got on the website to investigate and I came across a scam by these people. So if anyone receives a Cashier’s Check from ESB Financial, Remitter Cheyenne S Allen, I would check this out before ever going to your banking institution. If you require further information, I can be reached by email at *** ** *** ***. Thank you.

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