I’ve been doing legitimate on-line surveys for some time. Recently after following a string of survey-related sites, I ended up at one offering an opportunity to become a secret shopper at WalMart (where I shop often). I provided my address; after 10 days or so I received an envelope with a Priority Mail label taped to the front (see picture). Inside was a "Teller’s Check" from a credit union on Long Island (looked them up on-line) for $2,720.85 along with the pictured "message" asking me to send an e-mail notice. Suspicious items: (1) CMIT Solutions is a legitimate company (according to their website), but has no location in WV as the label shows; (2) I’ve sent a question to NEFCU about the validity of the check; no response yet, but an out-of-the-blue check for an odd amount is strange; (3) the check’s Reference box seems to have an "Emp"(loyee?) #, and I’ve had no correspondence making me an employee; (4) multiple misspellings in the "message", which was obviously cut out of a sheetful of messages, and the message has no signature. Went on-line to search for Secret Shopper scams and found the game is to get one to cash the [fraudulent] check, then wire some portion back to the alleged company. In addition, one would have to re-pay one’s local bank for any funds used once the check is discovered to be fraudulent. I’ve not responded to the message.