Where is the message coming from? What data was sent? What data did you actually receive?
What i received is as follows:
What was actually [u]sent[/u]?
There seems to be a lot of redundant code in the receiver, but I'm guessing this is the statement which produced the output you showed:
I'm surprised that compiled since the documentation for Serial doesn't describe a three-arg version of println(), and I don't know what it does, but what it [u]doesn't[/u] do is print out the three arguments.
Try something like this:
And print out the values you're actually sending. It's futile trying to validate what you received if you don't know what was actually sent.