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  2. michelle
    September 7, 2010 @ 10:47 am

    I was just wondering how I can find out more about Andrea Duckert scam? I received two checks from “her”. However, the names on the check and the envelope were different. I was looking for a work at home job. Also, I have been talking to a man for 2 years now. I searched his picture on the romance scammer pictures and couldnt find it. However, the name he gave me is the same name of a guy and he is black. My scammer is “supposedly” white.

    How can I research this more and without spending any money?


    • LTruex
      September 7, 2010 @ 8:57 pm

      If you know its a scam, then I’m not sure why you want to pursue more information. Legitimate jobs are like traditional jobs. You wouldn’t get a check out of the blue in a legitimate job. Neither would you be asked to cash a check or be asked to use your personal bank account to help a company do business. Anytime there is something that doesn’t seem right, its time to move on to something else. With that said you can search places like FTC.gov, ScamBusters.com and do a search on the name in question with “scam” such as “duckert scam”.


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