New Scam?

Well, I got my own personal invite from "morris." With $200 a week, I can quite messing around with these other MSCs!

"Hello Ma/Sir,

My name is morris

this is an awareness to let the public know that we have a vacancy position of a mystery shopper in our company.

There is no charge to become a shopper, there are many secret shopping companies out there that ask you to pay "a small fee" to become a shopper. Don't do it!

At Greet America Inc, you will never pay to shop! We pay you!

The assignment will pay $200 on every assignment,on a part time basis, you only
work 2-3 hours twice in a week.

If interested, send the information below to :

* AGE:
* SEX:

It's fun and rewarding.There is no charge to become shopper and you do not need previous experience

Yours faithfully

morris daniel
1986-2012 CustomerService Experts Inc? Corporate Headquarters
2901 Riva Trace Parkway, Suite 100
Annapolis, MD 21401"

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Fascinating. 'Greet America' is of course a legitimate company but I hardly think they would sign their emails 'Customer Service Experts' :-)

Of course it is a scam, but even as a scam it is sloppy.
Flash Wrote:
> Of course it is a scam, but even as a scam it is
> sloppy.

I wonder if they'll get anyone with that... Hope not!

Alex Eding
Shopmetrics, Inc.
I'd like to know why they need information on my "* @#$%&"

I only give out my * @#$%& to legitimate scammers.
Why is he calling you "Ma." Is one of your kids a scammer?

Equal rights for others does not mean fewer rights for you. It's not pie.
"I prefer someone who burns the flag and then wraps themselves up in the Constitution over someone who burns the Constitution and then wraps themselves up in the flag." -Molly Ivins
Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a waste of your time and it really annoys the pig.
Lisa - I do use the term Gma when I do Facebook with my Grandsons - do you think maybe HE thinks I'm his Gma?
Hi Shoppers,

Unfortunately someone has taken our company name (Customer Service Experts) and is using it in this email scam. We do not know how this individual obtained your email address and we apologize for any inconvenience. CSE is a legitimate service development company that does provide mystery shopping services for our client, however this particular email is not from us.

If you would like to sign up with CSE please follow the below application process:

Here is how you sign up with CSE:

1. Go to our website

2. Click on “Mystery Shoppers and Surveys” at the top/middle section of the webpage.

3. Click on “Become a Mystery Shopper.”

4. Click on “View More/Less” under the “Apply to Shop with CSE” section. Scroll down to the bottom of that section and click "Apply Here".

5. You will now be required to submit a brief narrative regarding your last shopping experience. This should display your grammar and sentence structure ability. There is a 200 character limit (including spaces) so please try and use this space well!

6. When you click “Submit,” (once) the page will refresh itself to another screen where it introduces our SASSIE site. Please know that if you are signed up with other companies that use SASSIE, we do not share data and you will need to fill out your personal information with us as well.

7. Chose the option "new shopper" (It will be a GO button) from there you will be taken to the SASSIE site where you will need to fill out your profile information as a new shopper. Please be sure to fill out your Extended Shopper Profile where you will find out Independent Contractor Agreement (ICA). You must agree to the ICA in order to apply for evaluations.

8. Once your shopper application is approved you will immediately begin to receive email notifications of shops in your area as they become available through this SASSIE site. You can also visit the Job Board icon at the top of your screen to filter shops in your area.

Amanda Benson
Director, Measurement Services
Customer Service Experts
CSE - One AWESOME company... *sigh* now the word is out!

The schedulers are fantastic, SusanD is the bestest!!

Amanda.. shhhh! Don't tell anyone how to sign up!

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Proud To Be A Soldier's Mom
I've often noticed that the MSP and non-MSP individuals use a surname that is a first name to us. It sounds kind of Welsh. Some of their names are a first name with an -s at the end. When I used to read the "Nigerian emails" all the way through for fun, I noticed that. (Now the scammers seem to use a lot of Arabic-sounding and Chinese-sounding names.) Not having ever been to Africa, I wonder if a lot of the people there really do have last names that sound like first names to us. I've met a few Africans, and I recall one from Ethiopia, I believe, who had a name like that. Ethiopia is a long way from Nigeria. With all the colonialism that was going on there, maybe they picked English names as last names. I've also met people from French-speaking Africa who did not have names like that. I'm just thinking and wondering as I write so I'm rambling a little.
The names that are on these letters as part of the signature are:
Morris Daniel
Kady Sanchez
Daniel Ray
Julian Swan

They are using the following email addresses:

If you happen to get one of these emails and the email or name is different then what I have listed please contact me directly at

Thank you so much,
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