Andrew/John Davis

I am an Avon representative and this Andrew contacted me on the Avon website about placing an order for him. The order was about $200. We continued talking via email where he described why he was doing this. He gave me a sob story about his sister surviving a fatal wreck and they were gonna have a party to celebrate her survival. Then he delayed paying me and claimed his nephew was sick and passed away. The email had many spelling and grammatical errors. I received a check in the mail made out for over $1900. He requested I deposit the full amount into my account then send the remainder of the money via Money Gram to someone in Maryland. The name was MOYOSRE AUSTIN. The check looks legitimate but upon closer inspection, it is indeed a fake. Luckily, I did not immediately deposit it as "Andrew" kept telling me to do.

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