Versacheck,Printing checks Scam
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Author:  texasbound4 [ Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:11 am ]
Post subject:  Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

I posted about Versacheck scam yesterday.they send us lists,we type out checks then send UPS overnight air.They bought & shipped all our materials to us.We did NOT have to buy materials like other people did.I thought this might be different & legit.UPS confiscated the checks & sent them to the government.I found this out when I tracked the number.I talked to UPS . UPS security just called me. This is a scam!THe UPS accounts used were stolen from real businesses.The checks do not cash.the bank exists(I checked) ,but the account used does not exist.THe name of fake business is UKcars4sales.Management Allied Textiles LTD.;Preston Works ;Prestonpors EastLothian Scotland.His IM was Shipping company item,John Terry.He had a working phone no.He has my address & phone no. unfortunately.My daughter has quit her company & is trying to get paid for her work to see what they will do.I haven't heard from John Terry at all today.We will see if they actually pay for work done now.Update:We were contacted by United States Postal Inspection Services Criminal Investigations Service Center.They want us to give all info on this scam.Address is :222 SOuth Riverside Plaza ,Suite 1250,Chicago ,IL 60606-6100.You can send info on mail scams to them to investigate.

Author:  admin [ Sun Sep 19, 2010 6:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

Many scammers will use people, like yourself, as a middle man to hide their tracks. The checks that you were mailing out were going to the victims of the people who end up sharing their stories in the Counterfeit Cashier's Check section of this board.

Author:  Biggles [ Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:16 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

July 2009, I had occasion to interview a potential victim of this VersaCheck printing scam, for an article we published at CyberCrimeOps [here]. The interview exposed a great deal about what this type of scam is all about. Well worth a read if you have time.

Author:  admin [ Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:54 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

Biggles -
Is it okay if I repost, as a guest blog spot, on our blog . . . with all credit going to you of course.

Author:  Biggles [ Tue Sep 28, 2010 1:03 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

Yeah sure thing Shawn, fire away!

Author: [ Tue Jun 07, 2011 3:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

Hi, I know this thread is old but I tried to apply to a job on Craigslist and received texts from Versacheck with the same description. I was suspicious that it was a scam and found this website and thread. The guy said his name was Ben Lucas and said I would make $1000/month processing 80-150 checks per day and dropping them off at my local UPS dropbox. He contacted me from the number 1-110-440-601. I told him I wasn't interested and haven't heard anything back, but I thought I should report it somewhere.

Author:  admin [ Wed Jun 08, 2011 2:42 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

Thank you for posting this info. If you have any contact info on this person please feel free to post it. Also, you could let Craigslist know that the job posting is a scam.

Author:  Jarkoza [ Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:54 am ]
Post subject:  VersacheckPrinting checks Scam

That is the same guy that was trying to scam me. I guess he backed down asap when I asked for pictures. I did email the real Tim Parsons to let him know that someone was using his name and call he thanked me for the heads up. you guys in the UK should catch this guy and used him for crab bait.

Author:  ff7lover25 [ Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

hello everyone this is the email i got today cause i applied for a job on was wondering if u can give me any incite to if it's fake or not

Thank you S D for the response to the vacancy post

Salary is 250 per week and 1000$ per Month.... might be increase base on your active.

This position is home-based and flexible part time job, you can be in any location you will be working from your home doing all the activities. is a very simple tasks, printing workers
payment checks as at when due base on perfect instruction given to you and posting at nearest courier service. USPS / FEDEX / UPS. base on the instruction giving to you and
information. Am out of state for business trip i will be back in some months before that i
want you to start working for me and I do have a number of things you could help me with
this week if you will be available to start.This can act as a stable foundation to our working relationship. I have first task waiting for you to know if you are ready to work. I want to know if you own any of this office equipments list you need to start this position:

Check Printable Printer:
Personal Laptop/Desktop:
Internet Access:
Paper Cutter:

If you have any of this office equipments let me know also fill the application form below.


First Name :
Last Name:
Full Street Address(not po box)

City, State, Zip Code:
Cell Phone Number:
Home Phone Number:
Yahoo Messenger ID:

Note:If you do not have yahoo ID

set-up one to chat with me



Current Job:

Are you eligible to work in the

United States?Yes x No_____

If you are under age 18, do you

have an employment/age

certificate?Yes___ No___.


Position Applied For P/T

Personal Assistant

How often do you check your


Specify the hours that you will

be available if my schedule

doesn't work with the hours i

requested Days/Hours Available:

Hours Available: from_______


What date are you available to

start work?

David Rivas

and the email didn't come from the snag a job thing even though im not sure how it works on but the email this thing came from is any incite is welcome

Author:  admin [ Wed Jul 11, 2012 3:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Versacheck,Printing checks Scam

it is a scam . . . do not respond to them any longer

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