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A Superlamb Inc representative called to inform us on a scam that is currently going on involving the business. The people are using the company's address, name and phone number. Superlamb Inc became aware of the scam when the business was contacted by several consumers wondering why the business sent them a cashiers check. Superlamb Inc did research and found out that someone made a UPS account using their company name, phone number and address as their return information. The UPS account was in the name of Allan Carl, he is sending fraudulent cashier checks to consumers. The consumers that are being targeted are people who previously or are currently selling items on craigslist or consumers who have sent their resume to a craigslist ad offering employment. The craigslist ad was believed to be created by the same person who opened the fraudulent UPS account, Allan Carl. The cashier checks are from University Bank with a PO Box address in San Diego. Superlamb Inc is not on the actual check. The business address, name and phone are used for returning the UPS package(check) sent to consumers. The checks are able to be cashed then the cashier checks bounce after the fact when it is found that there is no money on the other end. Superlamb Inc said they will probably be getting billed for the fraudulent checks and they were advised by UPS to send the invoices to the account holder with the San Francisco address. UPS has cancelled the fraudulent account that was opened on 10/8/13 out of San Francisco. So far, 26 packages have been sent to consumers. The following agencies may be contacted to file a complaint: U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)15 Rockdale StreetBraintree MA 02184Website: http://www.fdic.gov/ Federal Trade Commission10877 Wilshire Blvd.Los Angeles CA 90024Phone Number: (877) 382-4357Website: http://www.ftc.gov
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