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The bank that is above-named stated that fictitious cashier’s checks given in the lender’s title but with the routing quantity of Citibank, 022000868 are now being presented for re re payment nationwide regarding the different Web purchase or overpayment schemes.
These things are fictitious, as Simmons First nationwide Bank will not issue cashier’s checks. Checks delivered to date were made payable in varying quantities from $2,000 to $180,000 that will consist of a bank number that is identifying the MICR type of 565501 or 565602. Because of feasible variants to look at associated with bank’s formal things and frauds, it’s advocated that officials of Simmons First nationwide Bank be contacted to confirm authenticity of every regarding the bank’s official products, if gotten from an unknown or debateable supply.
A number of the fictitious instruments are being distributed as re re re payment for properties rented through the Web. The prospective target will get a fake sign in re re payment of an offer promoted on the web; but, the quantity of the check will soon be for a larger quantity compared to the agreed-upon cost. The possible target is instructed to cash the check at their bank and wire the difference out from the nation. Other checks that are fictitious being distributed as payment for big buck products bought through the online. These deals are focusing on organizations such as for instance big truck and equipment dealers.
For extra and to confirm the authenticity of Simmons First nationwide Bank’s formal products, please contact Lulu Mitchell, Vice President, Branch management, 501 principal Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71601, by phone at (870) 541-1191, by fax at (870) 850-1154, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customers whom get fake or fictitious items and linked material should file complaints with all the after agencies, as appropriate:
- U.S. Department regarding the Treasury, workplace of Inspector General (OIG): by phone at (800) 359-3898 or by going to the OIG internet site.
- Federal Trade Commission (FTC): by phone at (877) FTC-HELP or, for filing a grievance electronically, through the FTC’s internet site.
- Nationwide Consumers League (NCL): by phone at (202) 835-3323 or by e-mail. To register a fraud problem, go to the NCL fraudulence internet site.
- Bbb (Better Business Bureau): The Better Business Bureau system acts areas throughout Canada, Puerto Rico, plus the united states of america and may be the market frontrunner in advancing trust between organizations and consumers. The website provides contact information for neighborhood BBBs, objective reports on significantly more than 2 million organizations, customer scam alerts, and recommendations on a multitude of topics which help customers find trustworthy companies and then make purchasing that is wise.
- Federal Bureau of research online Crime Complaint Center (to report frauds that will have originated through the internet).
- The U.S. Postal Inspection Service by telephone at (888) 877-7644; by mail at U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Office of Inspector General, Operations Support Group, 222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60606-6100; or via the online complaint form if correspondence is received via the U.S. Postal Service, contact.
Extra information concerning this matter that ought to be delivered to the eye of this workplace of the Comptroller regarding the Currency (OCC) might be forwarded to
Workplace for the Comptroller of this Currency Special Supervision Division 400 7th St. SW, Suite 3E-218; MS 8E-12 Washington, DC 20219 Phone: (202) 649-6450 Fax: (571) 293-4925 www.occ.gov email@example.com
For more information regarding other forms of economic fraudulence, please look at the OCC’s anti-fraud resources web web page.
Richard C. Stearns Director for Enforcement & Compliance