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Received a priority mail envelope today. Inside were a check for $2,500 and a letter with instructions to deposit the check, then go to the local post office. Upon arrival I was supposed to text (323) 840-1332 from the parking lot then go inside and purchase two money orders for $1,000 each, and ten books of stamps for $100. Finally, I was then supposed to text David Bodin again so he could instruct me on how to send everything to the processing center for $100. All of this would earn me $300 from the original $2,500. This is the third time I have received a check in the mail with "survey" instructions, each one is from a different company and has different instructions.Show more