Q: 2 "investors" gave me checks worth more than $100,000.00. But they bounced, they are fraud checks. what should i do?
Two guys were claiming to be stock investors. I invest $55,00.00 with the first guy, and he made me sign a contract, with his and my signature. when i asked for my return money with the profit, the second guy came me 5 checks worth more than $118,000.00. But the checks bounced and the bank gave me a statement proving that the account was shot down before the date that was issued on the checks and the Bank gave him notice about the account shutting down. So the Bank gave me a statement saying these checks are fraud. What action should i take?
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