Allied World Imposter

I was mailed a check as pre-payment for doing a few surveys. The check was counterfeit and as a result, my bank account has been locked. Check information: Allied World – AWU Claims Account – 160 Federal Street – 6th Floor – Boston – MA 02110. Written on Bank of America – 405274-011900445-00000-69325 in the amount of $2,950. Mail was sent from Dominion Distribution – 02 Summers Avenue – Rangeburg – SC 29115. Name inside the mail was Robert Martinez – [email protected] – Ph: 915-229-2103. Website: www.awac.com/contacts_reinsurance This is a scam company. I have already filed complaints with the FBI, Bank of America, UPS, and MoneyGram. The survey asks one to deposit the check, spend $50 at Walmart, send $2,200 via MoneyGram and pocket the rest. I was smart enough not to spend money I didn’t have but because I tried to deposit it, my account has been locked. Anyone who deals with these people is in for a nightmare.

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