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Selling your house? You might be tempted to forgo hiring a Realtor and sell the house yourself — after all, how hard can it be?
No one wants their loan application to be denied.
The real estate industry is chock-full of different types of professionals.
I would suggest you try googling this search string - "Worldwide Freelance complaints" and "Worldwide Freelance consumer complaints"
There are a lot of scam reports on it and on other companies that appear to have related or same ownership, all using the term Freelance or Freelancers in the website or company name. They appear to contact people from web-published resumes or LinkedIn type accounts where people "advertise" themselves.
This particular one appears to be a check cashing scheme, where checks (which might or might not be "good") are sent to you, you cash them through your personal cash account (thereby assuming all responsiblity for them having good funds behind them and not being laundered criminal enterprise money), then you send money (minus a commisison or fee) to someone else by moneygram or such, which of course is instantly cashed before you can find out if the check was actually good. And of course, even if you do not send the money till the check "clears", it can bounce back later if the originating bank voids it, and you pay the bounced check fees and have to pay the money back to your bank.
This is called being a money mule - commonly used to launder crime-sourced funds or to get money out of the country when someone cannot get it through customs/secret service from their own accounts without being detected.
This is a type of business commonly only one step removed from the Nigerian scam.
Instead of getting into this "business", I would take up running if I were you - as far away as possible from this deal. Remember, if it sound too good to be true (like envelope-stuffing and a lot of other work-from-home advertised schemes), it probably is.
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She discovered the fraud and reported it. She received a letter dated . 31, 2013 from the bank's "Claim Services" Dept. saying that she had received the benefit ...MoreRead more of this review of the funds and the case was closed. However, my mother never withdrew this money! In fact,
her name was MISSPELLED on the withdrawal slip. She and a family friend met with the bank manager who said everything appeared to be in order and she had, indeed, made this withdrawal, However, he could not provide a video of my mother making this transaction. At the age of 88, with two checking accounts, my mother had no need to go into this bank and withdraw $5,000. It would have been physically difficult for her to do this. A complaint letter was then sent to the main office in RI. No response. This is a case of fraud. The bank has NOT proven my mother withdrew the funds and has responded with indifference and lack of
professionalism. Personally, I feel that because she is old and feeble, they think they need not take this seriously. If they wait long
enough, she'll die. That is hardly a professional attitude on the part of a bank which is the custodian of people's money.
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