LinkedIn Scam

WARNING: people are attempting to defraud consumers out of money using IntelliShop’s name. Many of these are coming via LinkedIn messages, and are using different names of people with a “Ph.D.” by their name. IntelliShop does not recruit via LinkedIn, we do not send checks to consumers asking them to do mystery shops, and ALL legitimate email messages from an IntelliShop staffer will have our “@intelli-shop.com” email address extension. If you receive such offers, we suggest you report it to your local police, and shred/destroy all documents you receive; you do not need to contact us.

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