"Jenna Rodney," who mentions no company name whatsoever, says her company "mystery shops" other companies. It's the usual mystery shopping scam story, reply to a free e-mail address. She "awaits your urgent response." Yes, they don't want you to think too hard LOL. For other mystery shopping scam stories, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
We look forward to stealing from you. Regards, "Jenna" LOL
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