Thought you'd like to hear" the rest of the story" re: my last post about the scam!! The money orders did come back to the bank - they WERE bogus as I suspected - even though the bank said they passed the test! ! The bank advised me to put the money from cashing them into my checking account, but not to use the money.
The postal money orders came back to the bank a week later and I was responsible for that money which totalled $1973 plus $12 for their return - the price I paid for falling for the scam! Some laughed when I told them - but any lesson learned is no laughing matter! Had I mailed the money off to the address in the email I received, I would have been out of more than $2000 which I didn't have!
Do you have a similar story? Post it here - maybe someone can learn from yours!
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