ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Wegmans Food Markets here last week warned consumers not to fall victim to a scam that involves fraudulent checks bearing the company’s name. The checks have been mailed with a letter that asks the recipient to pay up-front fees before the check can be cashed. The face amount of the checks varies and so does the explanation for why the check was sent. Some of the letters announce a sweepstakes winning; others offer the chance to be a secret shopper at Wegmans. Some ...

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