Money Network Adp
Money Network ADP scam?
I received a letter from the mini network ADP within the last 3 weeks. I never signed up with them or opened an account. I called the customer service and they asked for my personal information like SS number and so on and I told them that I am not ready to share this information with them and the representative told me that he told me This information may not provide what they can help. Because it's the fastest way to provide me with information. I said yes, let's do this on the latest ... and he gained access to my account information.
I was even more hesitant when he said no, no, no until I asked for a slower bet.
He checked and said he had a balance of $ 120 and it was a prepaid card.
I have just received another letter informing you that there was a typo in the previous letter and the return fee was 75 1.75 instead of 00 0.00 as stated in the letter.
Any suggestions on how to proceed?
There are a lot of phishing scams out there. You are good at giving them personal information
This could be fraud, identity flaws or some form of identity theft.
I recommend that you send a registered letter with a return receipt requesting closure / cancellation of the account. Also attach a copy of the letter they sent you. Declare that you have never opened an account and are suspected of identity theft. Request written confirmation that the account has been closed.
Make a file and keep a copy of everything if anything.
Money Network Adp
Mini network adp
I just received a letter from Money Network informing me that my account has been upgraded to a premium account with a monthly fee. The letter contained no PIN number or method of contacting him. My first problem was that it was some kind of fraud. I have never received a business letter without contact details. Also, I had just graduated from college and didn't have a job, so there was no way I could get into any kind of pay card to get paid.
Note: My daughter was paid through the Money Network Texas Rhodes scandal. I think the only way to stop this kind of business is to stop helping the companies from which they process payment cards. We can boycott these companies unless they change the pay of employees.
After 4 weeks, I was not happy to ask my daughter to pay the card and return it. First of all, I would never eat rhododendrons in Texas unless they change payroll.