Full Throttle Energy Drink Imposter – Wrap Campaign

Notified by Tex of business opportunity. Wrap car for advertisement. $600 a week for max of 4 months. First check being sent for $3600. Deposit check. Keep $600 and send $3000 to specialist to wrap car. Deposit must be immediate. FedEx delivered check from eye center in New York. Check written on Frost Bank. Emailed me over weekend to deposit check electronically and send specialist monies electronically. I waited until Monday and contacted bank. – no such account. I would have been scammed for $3600.

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