Package Forwarding & Reshipping Job or Scam?

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It seems like for every person that seeks legitimate work at home opportunities there are thousands or more that want to scam them out of their hard earned money.

Unfortunately this is the reality of the situation that we must face. We take this very seriously on our blog. With the economy being in the state it is, None of us can afford to be investing money in scams when there are actually legitimate ways to make money online. In fact we list many legitimate and free Legit ways to make money online here.

Recently we've had an onslaught of positive comments and thanks from many of you who were able to avoid scams such as wire transfer and check cashing because of articles you read here.

So with that in mind I just want to introduce yet another scam to avoid.  By the way, this is a real scam. This isn't one of the cases where you tried a work at home opportunity and couldn't make money so now you're calling it a scam. This isn't one of those misrepresenting rebate processing, typing, data entry or survey lists. The following scam is the type that will not only lose you money but you may also end up losing your freedom. So listen up!

 

So what is Package Forwarding or Re-shipping Work At Home Opportunity?

Unfortunately, it's not working at home for UPS, FED EX, DHL or the USPS shipping packages. This so called opportunity is more like a variation of wire transfers or check cashing scams. It's no surprise that the scam artist wouldn't deviate much from other successful scams. After all, “if it ain't broke, why fix it?”.  But from time to time they make some slight variations to see if they can sucker even more people like us.

So here's how it works in a nutshell. Re-shipping also known as “package forwarding” usually starts with an emailed job offer. Just like the common Nigerian scam, these so called “employers” offer up phony contracts and other documentation to make them appear legitimate.  They may even reference legitimate company names and physical address in their emails (like Microsoft or some other major company you already trust.) Once they have lured you into a sense of security, the packages are shipped to your home at no cost to you. You are provided with instructions to reship the packages to another address (Usually a P.O. box) Once you have reshipped the package you report back to the company so you can get your check.

Sounds good, right? You just need to sit there and wait for your check now. But guess what? It's not a check that arrives at your door. Instead it's your local boys in blue (POLICE) or if you're really lucky, the feds (F.B.I.). And what they're bringing you is a one way ticket to “club fed” aka prison, jail, the slammer, etc. You're now considered an accessory to a crime and may be even found “guilty” of receiving and shipping stolen property.

 

Identity Theft With A Twist Of Lime…

Most of us have heard about identity theft. Usually the victim is one person whose identity has been stolen. However no one really talks about another element of it which comes into play with today's scam. Reshipping or package forwarding schemes actually double the adverse effects of identity theft.

It creates two victims, the person whose identity has been stolen and a person who becomes a package forwarder or re-shipper. The reason is that when you re-ship these packages on behalf of these so called legit companies, you're actually shipping stolen merchandise to the real criminals who stole someone's identity & credit card information. Now when criminals commit identity theft or credit card schemes, they know not to ship the stolen goods to their homes. It's a really dumb way to get caught. So this re-shipping “job” was hatched to easily move stolen goods using us as a unknowing  mules. This is also the reason they tell you to ship to a p.o. box. This way they can't be traced when you finally realize you've been punked. Except no one is laughing when everything has been figured out.

 

So What Should You Do?

First and foremost, don't feel embarrassed if you are a victim. Desperation and lack of information leads a lot of us to become victim of work at home scams. Unfortunately it's sort of a rite of passage many of us face before finding success as I did with My #1 Free Legitimate Way To Make Real Money At Home. So don't beat yourself up about it. Become proactive and learn from this mistake.  Here are some action steps to take:

1. Don’t accept packages for people you don't know.

So if you're coming here asking if company x is legitimate because you're considering shipping packages for them, just stop in your tracks. If it sounds like the scam listed above, that's what it is. Don't let your desperation cloud your judgment. Just remember scam artist will often use legitimate company names and websites to throw you off. But that doesn't matter! If it has anything to do with re-shipping items, you know it's a scam!

 

2. Stop all communication with con artists who try to solicit your help in re-shipping items. Again don't let anything throw you off.

 

3. Don't Send It!

If you already have the stolen merchandise from the scam artists, don't mail it! You should return it to the merchant as soon as possible and explain the situation to them. Don't let them intimidate you or worry about any physical retaliation. These guys are cyber thugs and punks. They don't want any of you. Trust me they have more than enough victims they can target if you decide to do the right thing.

 

4. Cover Your Ass!

Keep all correspondence (e-mails, faxes, receipts, invoices etc.) related to these scams. If the boys in blue or feds coming knocking on your door, you want to build your case that you're a victim here too and weren't the originator of the scam.

 

5. Start Snitching!

The scam artists know you're going to feel embarrassed or “stupid” for falling for this scam. They're actually betting that you're going to stay tight lip for fear of ridicule. That's the worse thing you can do. Here's a news flash most of us have been scammed before finding something legitimate as I did. It's nothing to be ashamed of. That said, you spread the word! Doing so will help protect others.

  • So contact the Postal Inspectors at 1-877-876-2455 of click here to file a complaint online. They'll help you return stolen items back to the proper owners.
  • File a complaint with ic3.gov as well for good measure.

 

6. Invest in credit monitoring and identity theft protection.

Chances are you were required to fill out some bogus job application or other paper work where you provided some personal information. You may have even sent in copies of your driver's license or other id. Either way all that information can be used to open up lines of credit in your name which can obviously be used to buy more merchandise. Then the cycle starts again and they'll have someone else shipping stolen goods they buy with your credit.

So my advice is to invest in some credit monitoring and/or identity protection services ASAP! It's literally an investment you can't afford not to have after you've become a victim. These con artists can sell your information on the black market and you'll never know when one of them decides to start using it. So you need to have a trusted credit/identity monitoring company that for you 24/7. Otherwise you can hurt your own credit and lead to other issues.

How You Can Help Fight Back!

If you have already fallen victim to this, you may want to be proactive and report all the details below so others can avoid it. Include any emails, names, addresses, etc. The more information you can provide, the better it will be. This way when people do a search online, this article will come up and help others avoid this scam! Remember that's probably how you came to this article. So do your part to help others as well!

 

How To Find Legitimate Work At Home Opportunities.

Even if you have fallen victim to this scam, the good news is that you've landed on this site which is well known for helping people find legitimate ways of earning money from home. With that in mind you have a lot of options here.

Don't let this experience get you bitter and give up on your dream to work at home. This scam has led you here so take full advantage of the options that we have researched that can make you money safely.

 

How To Avoid Being Scammed Again

Stick with companies that are already proven and established like FusionCash.comSwagbucks.com. Research is another key to success in this industry. If you get in the habit of researching any company before you work with them, you'll avoid most scams. We make this easy with our scam video listed here. There are also other scams listed there that you should read. This way you'll be able to identify other scams that should be avoided. Knowledge is power, and the more you know about the industry the better your chances are of success.

 

Conclusion

The only forwarding you should be doing is sharing a good joke or an informative article like this one. But I'm actually dead ass serious. Send this article to as many people as you can. Post it on social media and help others avoid this nonsense. If you stay silent, you're just helping the people who scammed you. So keep that in mind.

Hopefully we saved many more of you from becoming another victim of this twist on identity theft. I'll say it again for good measure, don't get involved in something like this. I don't care if they said Jesus thought it was a good idea. It's not!

Don't try to rationalize it. Chances are if you're asking if a company is legitimate, you probably already suspect it's a scam and it usually is.

I hope this helps either way!  If you find this article useful and would like to hear from me with more information on legitimate ways to make money or scams to avoid then consider becoming a subscriber like thousands of others have!

Until next time,

Eddy with a y

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Zaryan - December 3, 2018 Reply

I received an email today similar to suit of all the others posted here. I’m glad I did my due diligence and came across this article! The email was sent from Audrey Espinoza yet the e-mail address associated was karenmurphy@addeolaw.com which was my first, “huh?” moment.

    Eddy Salomon - December 3, 2018 Reply

    I’m happy you found this article and avoided this scam. Feel free to share the articles with others.

Wendi - December 1, 2018 Reply

I believe I was scammed as well. I received a email from a Julia Polanski about a position within their company. “Beta Sales Group, LLC” They have a very legitimate looking website, employee log in which as a sort of work board with emails, packages being sent, tracking numbers, inventory, pre paid shipping labels, etc.
The hiring supervisors name Julia Polanski sent W-2, work contract, sent me their EIN number, business license and all. My husband and I both thought it was real. I had a phone interview, training, etc. The way it was represented to me was basically “Beta Sales Group, LLC” A whole sale distributor for companies that register with them as a customer. They send to warehouse/customer service managers across the US. The packages to be received are wholesale items in bulk and then they send a Invoice/Packaging slip to pull the different items to be condensed to a new order and then print the pre paid shipping label and send. For every 2 packages it is equivalent to 1 hour of pay. They even mentioned they were like “Wish” they were subsidized by large brands so that their customers were given the best shipping cost, time turn around. They even sent legit business address, phone numbers that do work. My husband even looked at the website, contracts, emails and it all seems “legit”.
I feel like the biggest idiot not only did we fall hook line and sinker but, I gave them my financial registration, social security number, home phone info, internet info, etc. I received the first shipment today. It was addressed to someone else and our address. I tried to contact the company because, in the “company” work board I was not expecting a package today or from the mail carrier but, haven’t heard from the company. I just googled (work at home shipping/package jobs) and found this article. I immediately felt sick and told my husband. I am scared as to what is going to happen. It’s close to Christmas and we were going to do this as a extra income for our family. NOT to be part of a scam that potentially is hurting others at the Holidays. My husband and I are going to figure out what steps we need to take and start Monday when agencies/offices are open. This all looked real, I still am like is this really happening? Is this company really NOT real?

    Eddy Salomon - December 1, 2018 Reply

    Hey Wendi,

    I’m sorry you feel for this. But it happens to the best of us. We’ve laid out what you should do in the article above.
    And if you want a real work at home job that isn’t a scam you have now found our site. You can start here. Good luck to you.

Chris - September 18, 2018 Reply

I guess I really don’t understand how anyone could fall victim to this. I mean there are SO many red flags with these. The very first thing that’s a red flag is why is this “company” emailing me? 2nd red flag if the first wasn’t enough to delete it is the type of job, reshipping packages, that in itself is a red flag as well then there is the 3rd red flag. Look at the spelling and punctuation in these emails. You can CLEARLY tell they are from overseas because NO reputable company is going to send a job offer like this EVER! I guess I just don’t understand how so many people don’t see this. A little common sense goes a long way and that’s all it is is common sense. If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. The reason these criminals keep doing what they are doing is because people let them. The ONLY way to stop these scams is to not let them happen to begin with. As long as people don’t use common sense these guys will keep on doing what they are doing.

    Eddy Salomon - September 18, 2018 Reply

    I do agree that common sense goes a long way. And it’s something that isn’t as common as it used to be. That said I am not blaming the victims here. I think desperation can cloud people’s judgement sometimes. So many people come online looking to make money and there is this assumption that it’s going to be easy because it’s the internet. So folks gravitate towards anything that lives up to that. And for some folks it’s because they’re dying to make money online so bad they ignore some of the voices and red flags you’ve mentioned. So I get why it happens.

Kevin - August 27, 2018 Reply

got an offer from “business generic LLC” of course as a “Quality control inspector”
same gig yada yada get stolen goods send them to some place.
Never followed up with the email but for others sake
Guys name (probably fake) Georgia Ray Phone number (877)970-1040
fax:(877)975-4724
Email: georgia.hr@berrymayers-apply.com
I intend to do more research on the email and fax used. I live for learning and diving deep into scams

    Eddy Salomon - August 27, 2018 Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience with this fake company. I’m sure it will help others avoid it.

Scott - August 27, 2018 Reply

Really glad I found this. I just today was ‘hired’ by a company called ‘Get Your Goods.’ Very sophisticated interviewing method, professional looking website. Just glad I called the phone number and researched package forwarding. I wrote them back and told them not to send me any packages. Someone spent a lot of time to set up this scam.

Lydia - August 7, 2018 Reply

I started to receive these types of job scams after my resume became searchable on a job site. I have since made my resume private and apply to jobs directly, so not to receive so many scam emails. It used to be easier to spot these scams due to grammar/spelling/context mistakes, but they are no longer that simple. Be careful out there!

I wish I had kept the others to post, however here’s an example:

Molly Bradford

We came across your resume on a job board, and we wanted to contact you regarding a job opportunity at our company.
We feel that your qualities and skills are in line with being an excellent applicant for this job.

Job Type: Work-from-home;
Salary: up to $2600/month;
Quick Start: You will start working right away;
No Fees: You do not have to pay any fees to start working!

The position will be taking about 2-4 hours of your time per day. Hours are flexible.

Job Requirements:
– Basic knowledge of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Microsoft Office ;
– Reliable Internet connection;
– Easy access to printer and scanner;
– Must be accurate and detail-oriented.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Goods will be sent to your residential address.
You will have to to examine it, repack it, take pictures, make reports, and forward the items to the client.

If you wish to discuss this position further, please reply to this address and HR representative will get back to you ASAP.
If the provided opportunity is not attractive to you, please ignore this email.

Thank you in advance,
Molly Bradford.

    Eddy Salomon - August 7, 2018 Reply

    Agreed. The scammers definitely scour the internet job sites for resumes with contact information and it’s how they get you. Thanks for sharing an example of the scam you ran into.

Angela - July 2, 2018 Reply

I got facebook message from a penelope wanting to hire me for a company called best shop-usa inc. Then i got a call today from a guy asking questions. I havent sent any of my personal info because i got scammed before by a company called post llc and they do the same thing recieving packages, check them, take pictures, and prepaid shipping labels to reship. So, those are two companies i know of that is possibly a scam too.

    Eddy Salomon - July 2, 2018 Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience with us. It should help others avoid this scam.

Lalita Longino - June 11, 2018 Reply

Hi,I am glad that I finally found this website which I been frequently and hard time. I get tired of someone ripped me off and scams which I am so disappointed. I feeling like it is wasting of time to spend all my money and never got my money back which I am really hurting and been trying to find way to to have the right business of company to work from home or work at home. It is not fair how they do me like that and I still have not find anything the right one and who I can trust and serious business without no scam and fraud situation. I don’t know what am I going to to do?

    Eddy Salomon - June 11, 2018 Reply

    Well I’m sorry to hear that you’ve run into all the garbage that we try to warn people against.
    Hopefully now you’ll look through my site and the recommended options to get you going.

Shawna - May 29, 2018 Reply

Boy don’t I really feel like a dumb ass!! I just got my “employment confirmation” today!
And that means that my dumb ass sent them my information last week! I was very skeptical, checked the website, asked 100’s of questions, and still sent them a copy of my ID! Thank goodness it doesn’t have my SSN on it, but still, I should have known better!
I’m gonna start first thing in the morning and notify everyone I can think of, I enjoy my freedom and will not go down with or for anybody! They don’t have a clue who they have really hired! Maybe their worst nightmare! LoL
I’m also going to post this site everywhere I can think of to prevent others from being scammed!

    Eddy Salomon - May 30, 2018 Reply

    Hey Shawna,

    I’m sorry you didn’t find this site before hand. But at least now you know what to do. Feel free to share the emails or ad you responded to which will help others avoid this.

Justin - May 4, 2018 Reply

Another tip, if you fall victim or know that a company is a scam, contact your state Attorney General’s office.

Several years ago, maybe about 8 years or so, I ended up finding and because I was unaware of scams like this, I tested it out to see if it was true or not, until very quickly I found out it was definitely not legitimate. I personally never lost any money and was paid quite well, but it was still not legitimate. I contacted the department of consumer affairs and the attorney generals office in my state and explained what happened. They actually interviewed me to find out how the scam worked, from start to finish, so they could use it as a warning to others.

Even though local authorities may be unaware, I guarantee the state authorities are either aware already, or need your help in identifying these scams to keep others from falling for them. The truth is, even they told me that there is little that anyone can do to catch these types of criminals, other than warn others and keep them from being a victim.

Michael - April 7, 2018 Reply

USA Premium Logistics = RESHIPPING SCAM, usapremiumlogistics.com
(302) 956-1269
504 Industrial Rd, Middletown, DE 19709

I was connected about a opportunity to easy money …all I had to do is receive packages, inspect them, print out the shipping labels that they send me and ship it out… But a lot of red flags started occurring, like; multiple recipients, shipping labels disappearing, seeing people having the same issues with alike businesses.

I confronted them and they didn’t even answer in a business manner, they refuse to let me and my friend go against out unless we send their package off…

They are stealing credit cards and buying goods then sending them.

    Eddy Salomon - May 1, 2018 Reply

    Hey Michael,
    I’m sorry you fell for this before seeing my article. But at least now you know. Just follow the steps I listed above and you should be good.

Lennon Myers - April 4, 2018 Reply

I received the following email:

Logistics Agent
We would like to bring to your awareness an employment opportunity that might catch your interest!
The role of a Logistics Manager is designed in order to provide administrative assistance with our merchandises while working remotely.
Take time to review the job description below and then send us your phone number to get further information!

As a Logistics Manager you will have to carry out various administrative duties, examining merchandises, setting up dispatches and making shipping arrangements.
No personal expenses is needed, training and constant support are guaranteed.
So as to obtain this role, a stable Internet connection is necessary.

Daily responsibilities:
– to perform all-time communication with co-workers and senior managers via emails and phone calls;
– to arrangepackages shipment;
– to create products statistics and keep online records.

Please DON’T RESPOND to this email message. If you wish to submit your application for this job email us your resume directly to der@clubmorgan.com Or push the apply button below.

When I responded, they sent me to a recruiting website that created a generic contract with my name and sent me to their website: firm-ap.com. They asked for a copy of my driver’s license and utility bill. They had tax documents and a what looked to be a registered business license and even had a legitimate address and phone number in Georgia. However, when I looked them up in Georgia’s business registry, they were not found. All documents presented were fake. Luckily I found this website before proceeding further.

Thank you

Linda Brown - March 9, 2018 Reply

Thank you so much for this!!!! My son fell victim and I didnt have a good feeling so I did some research and this was so helpful.

    Eddy Salomon - May 1, 2018 Reply

    You’re welcome Linda. I’m sorry your son didn’t find this article sooner. Well at least now he knows what to do.

Aquila - March 5, 2018 Reply

Almost fell for this one until we did further research. Google searched the company but nothing specifically came up for it except its site, and the scammers were crafty because they used a very similar name to a legitimate company so people could be easily confused. Another scam below. I starred out personal names and emails. This one was well-crafted. It looks very professional, even the site and the google doc in the email look professional. Beware.

Here’s the site: BNA Recruitment –
http://www.bnarecruitment.com/

—— EMAIL ——

From: Emily Richardson
Date: Mon, Mar 5, 2018 at 2:40 PM
Subject: Re: ***** *****
To: Sonya *****

Dear Sonya,

I’m HR manager in BNA Recruitment. We have an offer from Detrans company.
They have only one vacant position now and you can apply for it right now.
Here is the link to the file with the detailed job description:

https://drive.google.com/open? id= 0BzfFxverKj7KSXdVRWNyTUNsUEE

Please read it carefully. You will find the info “How to move forward” and answers to any questions in it.

Please inform me if you have problems with opening the link.

Waiting for your response today!
______________________________ ___
Emily Richardson
BNA Recruitment HR department

— ANOTHER RESPONSE EMAIL —

On Mon, Feb 26, 2018 at 7:04 PM, Jeannette Singh
> wrote:

Our company is pleased to offer you distant home-based vacancy in logistics industry.

Description of job:

The head firm is located in the U.S.A.;
Remote job from your house;
30000 dollars salary per year;
Full time job;

Requirements:

Have a qualification but not required;
Being able to work remotely without direct supervision;
Being fit enough deal with packages up to 15-30 pounds;
A resident of the US;
Have an actual postal address in the U.S.A.;

List of your working process:

Download the list of current deliveries using a special software.
Check the presence of the contents in packages, make photos of the contents and upload them
Process different packages to your address through postal services
Forward the packages to the final destination, make logos and get it to the nearest delivery service.
Pack packages again if necessary
If you are interested in having this job do not hesitate and respond on this e-mail with your phone number and our manager will reach you as soon as possible.

    Eddy Salomon - May 1, 2018 Reply

    Thanks for sharing this one. I’m glad you did your research and stumbled upon my article.

Nad - February 27, 2018 Reply

Dear I am victim of this scam in Germany.
I already shipped 3 packets what should I do.

Kind Regards,

    Eddy Salomon - May 1, 2018 Reply

    Sorry to hear you became a victim of this scam. You should follow the steps I listed above in the article.

Jerrilyn - February 20, 2018 Reply

Just received the following email and have not/will not respond or further proceed with the offer. I’m making the content available so others may know what to look for so they won’t get scammed.

ranjeetydw@gmail.com
Tue 2/20/2018 5:31 PM
to: thomashuntley47@gmail.com

Good Day

I’m a representative of the Human Resources department at Cloud Post. Your resume and contact information were received from a recruiting agency.
The company hires individuals for home-based position of Shipping Assistant all over the country.
We are an international provider of shopping and shipping services for over 7 years in the market.

We give:
– Home-based job
– Flexible schedule
– Salary: $560 per week plus bonuses available
– Benefits: paid sick days, paid vacation for 3 weeks a year
– Shipping supplies are provided by our company, no shipping expenses for you
– Position location: All over the country

Key duties are:
– Manage incoming shipments
– Receive, check, sort and ship out items
– Getting products ready for shipping
– Send items

Applicant must have:
– 30 years old and over
– Permanent address
– Basic computer skills

To apply for the job and have more details, please send us at EllaRossRY@rediffmail.com your actual contact information and we’ll get in touch with you shortly.

Thanks for your time!

Jason - January 6, 2018 Reply

Got scammed by this “Shipping Forwarder”… Beware of Tricerion Services, LLC.

mail@tricerion-services.com
http://www.tricerion-services.com

My name is Mr. Dave Schmidt, I’m a HR specialist in Tricerion Services LLC.

Please start with downloading and carefully reading the
Introduction file to understand who we are and what we do before continuing.

http://www.tricerion-services.com/documents/Introduction.pdf

After you finish with the Introduction file please download the
Application Form, print it out, fill it out and send the scanned
copy back to me via email to move forward with your employment.

To see detailed information about this offer please see the following links:
http://www.tricerion-services.com/documents/Job_Description.pdf

E - December 9, 2017 Reply

I’m glad i found this sight when I did. I just was hired as one of these re-shippers. I have only sent out 1 package but have more on the way to me already. I plan to send these back to the companies with the explanation as to why they are being returned. I feel bad for the person that this fraud (most likely credit card theft) is happening to. I have an invoice that has the purchaser’s name but only a PO BOX to go with it. Should I try to inform this person there card is being used?

Chris Baley aka CBKitten - December 5, 2017 Reply

Hi! Eddy with a y,

The following is another email that is more than likely a scam. By researching it, I was lead to find your site. When you run into these probable scams, always consider them bogus and make them prove they are not, rather than wishing to make them legit and fooling yourself into . . . more trouble you had from the beginning.

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Jessica Crump JessicaCrumppositionpc@webname.com via mx4.chaiyohosting.com

7:52 AM (3 hours ago)

to me
Good day to you,
We are currently looking for new people who would take the vacancy of a package handler.
Your profile was found on one of the job-related web-sites and our HR managers found it to be quite interesting. We would be glad to see you joining our friendly team.
So, let me explain you what the position of a package handler is all about.
As a package handler you’ll be helping us to maintain an exceptional quality of the services we provide. In particular, your job responsibilities would include:
– receiving and checking the contents of the packages, which will be forwarded to you;
– sending those items to our customers using the labels which are already paid for;
– keeping the information of all the items you process using our online platform;
– regularly communicating with appointed Supervisor.
Please be advised that we require you to be at least 25 years old and MUST be U.S. citizens to be eligible for this position.
Basic experience in office equipment operation will also be expected.
Salary that starts with 3100$ per month.
We offer unprecedented career perspectives for our most promising employees and, by the way, most of our Senior Managers have begun from the position that you may now occupy.
Please reply to this email with your contact information and resume to let us know that you are interested and we’ll speak with you shortly. Thank you and have a wonderful day! ”

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By the way, I have been a WA member for quite a few years now. I just managed to pay annual dues so will have a year with no monthly fees. I confess I have not taken the time to do much with it up until now, but realize it has immense value. I’ll be looking to hook up with you on the WA site. Love what you’re doing!

    Eddy Salomon - December 5, 2017 Reply

    Hey Chris,

    Thanks for sharing this scam. And I’m happy to hear you’re a WA member as well and you’re doing more now.
    Thanks for the kind words and I hope to see you at WA.

    gary - April 23, 2018 Reply

    I’ve been doing this scam for three weeks now, not knowing it is a scam. Was hoping to get a debt paid, but now I know it ain’t gonna happen. Thanks for letting me know!! I do have all receipts and printed and downloaded everything just in case I need to prove my case to authorities.

    Eddy Salomon - April 30, 2018 Reply

    I’m sorry to hear you didn’t find my site sooner. But at least now you know.

Jenny - November 24, 2017 Reply

Patricia Gomez, I was also scanned by the same Person, Tiffany Hightower . I didn’t even realize it was a scam until she stopped answering my emails and I didnt get paid. I signed a contract and the email she sent for the job was so legitimate. I can’t believe I was scammed. Like you my first email was not from her but from Timothy McCartney. Her email is Tiffany_Hightower@skyline-ins.net. Her fake website is Skyline-ins.net. Please guys stay away and beware.

Robert - November 18, 2017 Reply

I put my resume on CL and have gotten numerous obvious text scams, but this one guy keeps following up asking if I’m still interested and saying he wishes he could meet me but is out of town, lol.. the scam is to reship items and he mentions no drugs or anything illegal and tells me I can open the packages and check them lol.. so far he’s been pestering me about sending my full address along with my email and I thought well maybe I’ll play with this guy, but I probably shouldn’t.. His text # is 805-386-9079, so beware!

    Eddy Salomon - November 20, 2017 Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience and letting us know who to look out for!

Patricia Gomez - November 6, 2017 Reply

I have been scammed.
I shipped 9 packages in a week. Some items were very inexpensive shipped to stonia, Russia. Other were shipped to USA. I don’t want to get paid, but they have copy of my driver license. I’m really worried.
First email was from Ramon Long.
My manager or supervisor was Tiffany Hightower.
Company skyline Insurance.
Emails: Tiffany_hightower@skyline-ins.net
Phone number 1-888-644-3115.

This is the first email that I got:

Job Category: Insurance Claims Inspector.
Position type: Part-time, Full-time, Contract based.
Location: Home Based.
No Overhead Costs – 1099-K structure.
Reg#:0.0.5.4.G.N

Summary of the job:
The Insurance Claims Inspector will perform the entire range of, making reports, taking pictures, determining the level and validity of insurance policy claims, accepting, analyzing the insured goods and shipping it to return center for realization and to other merchants.
Remuneration – Base annual salary $50,000 plus bonus platform with eligibility of annual merit increase and first year production bonuses.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Insert inspected in boxes, affix shipping labels to the packages;
Decide method of shipment;
Perform visual examination to ensure goods quality or need for rejection;
Receive, document and manage all incoming and outgoing shipments;
Plan a schedule to accept the packages;
Take photos, make reports;
Open and examine incoming shipments, reject damaged goods;
Inspect the damaged goods; ensure quality and quantity of order; inspect goods delivered with purchase order; wraps, packages, and ships supplies;
Maintain correspondence with supervisor to report and receive assignments;
Verify that the paperwork is consistent with shipping labels on packages.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Excellent attendance & punctuality;
Good English literacy skills;
Must have a laptop or computer and 24\7 internet access;
Be flexible and quickly adapt to change;
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervising personnel;
At least 18 y.o.;
High School diploma or equivalent;
Must have a printer;
Effectively organize a schedule.

Training:
You’ll attend a thorough, comprehensive, one month online training program during your probationary period.
Your activity will be advanced with training opportunities, a personal development program and our Promote-from-within philosophy.
As valuable Team Member, you have the chance to do honorable work, receive competitive payment, and opportunities to develop your career.

Please reply to this e-mail if you are interested.

Best regards,
Ramon Long.

Leo Du - October 31, 2017 Reply

CHECKINGGOODSLOGISTICS.COM is also a scam.
The name is Amanda Hills.

Janie - October 2, 2017 Reply

Hi Eddy with a “Y”. Gosh I wish I would of found this a few weeks ago. I got scammed. Now I don’t know what all to do. I’m such an honest person, I’m gonna call the numbers you let here. If you have any more advice for me or some info on real work from home ideas, I’d love to hear from you.

    Eddy Salomon - October 2, 2017 Reply

    Sorry to hear you got scammed. But it led you to this site which is the bright side.
    I’ve already provided you all the next steps, including trusted work at home options I trust in the article above.
    So everything you need is right there. You just need to take action now.

Dan - September 8, 2017 Reply

I received this email job offer, I was wondering is there a number we can contact to expose these scams?

Mary Maxie
7:00 PM (14 hours ago)

to me
We invite you to submit application for a fully genuine home based job in Logistics with a salary of $2500 every month and without payment.

The full-time vacancy is offered by a legitimate U.S. logistics business.

The company have chosen the remote employment techniques, because it enables to save on warehousing expenses and provide shipping points throughout the United States.

Job Responsibilities:
– Stay at home to receive packages sent to your address via UPS/Fedex/USPS during standard working hours from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM everyday;
– Get the list of arriving deliveries, your day to day tasks, and shipping labels;
– Check packages and take and upload pictures of the contents of each item;
– Merge packages in certain cases;
– Resend the mail to customers by printing and applying labels and sending the parcels to the nearest USPS and Fedex sites.

Requirements:
– US residence with a postal address;
– experience is considered, but not mandatory;
– Capability to work on your own with minimum supervision;
– Ability to lift parcels up to 15 pounds.

If you are willing to start, respond to this email.

Kind Regards,
Mary Maxie.

    Eddy Salomon - September 8, 2017 Reply

    Thanks for sharing. Listing the scam here will be seen by thousands of people. And I listed some resources in the article of where you can report this scam to.

Ty - August 28, 2017 Reply

Hi there, just thought i’d post another that sounds oddly similar. Got an E-mail tonight about a job with “Proper Presents Delivery inc.”. Sounds exactly like what was posted here. Just want to put their name online so people sear hing for them like I did end up at this article.

Richard - August 28, 2017 Reply

You probably (most likely) just saved me from making a HUGE mistake. I was almost ready to reply to an email that I received today, but at the last minute decided to check out the company website. Couldn’t find any hint of a website or other business listing for a company called “Proper Present Delivery, Inc.”, but found your article instead, which definitely describes what this email is about.

Many thanks for the heads-up, and below is a copy of the email I received.

Dear Richard,
We are writing to you to let you know that we have had an opportunity to locate your information at the job seeking website and have an intention to offer your a gift handler job vacancy with Proper Presents Delivery inc enterprise.

Proper Presents Delivery inc organisation specialises in gift-wrapping of various products and further transitioning them to our clients.

Your working responsibilities will involve: accepting the purchased merchandise at your current street address, making it gift-wrapped and sending the prepared and decorated package to the client.

Our enterprise does not ask for any investments from your pocket, we will be supplying everything necessary for the job itself, including shipping labels and the decorating material.

This work will not require a lot of time from you and it could be considered as a secondary employment for you.

Your minimal fixed monthly salary will be $1,850,00.
There also will be additional bonuses for the every timely forwarded parcel.

To be suitable for this vacancy you will have:
– to be a resident of the United States;
– to be 18 years old or older;
– to have a current shipping address;
– to be able to work with PC and internet;
– to have an ability to work with the printer;
– to have a working telephone number to be approached at us.

We would be glad to have you among of our employees.

If you have any questions about the job itself or this letter, or if you are willing to get any additional information, please reply to this email.

In case if you consider that this offer is interesting for you and you feel that you are ready to cooperate with us, next procedure will be signing the papers with the enterprise and you will be able to begin fulfilling your duties in the next few days after that.

Sincerely,
Archie Flores.

Ariadna Rodriguez - August 22, 2017 Reply

Hi there…I’m another victim of scam also and I feel really stupid about it because I saw it’s was weird and keep working until I saw this article…the company name is In Time Cargo..I made the report already and return everything..thank you very much for Charing these…

My name is Emma Johnson, and I work for Intime Cargo Company. We have
received recommendations from the recruiter department that you are
looking for position for doing with shipping , so we have sent you an
email with the contract from our company. Take your time to read it.
Consider all pros and cons and decide whether you are willing to join
our company. If you decide to do this, please send back a signed
contract to this email. When you sign the contract, do not forget to
enter your full name and accurate home address on the first page. The
following pages contain regulations that will govern our relations.

ATTENTION: Together with a signed contract, please attach to the email
a copy of Photo ID (e.g passport, driver’s license or military ID) and
a utility bill with a legitimate home address (e.g bill for internet
or household appliances).

We need to have this information about you in our data base as we are
going to entrust company’s property and client information to you.

IMPORTANT: This is for verification purposes only and will be used
internally by InTime Cargo’s Company. Your documents and personal
information will not be shared or used by third parties. If by any
reason you are no longer employed by our company, your personal data
will be permanently removed from our database within 2 weeks after
termination.

Your duties are the following:

– You will receive and check packages (make reports, you will be
guided how to do this work by your Supervisor).

– Sometimes you need to consolidate of packages together, and send
goods via the mail courier offices. You do not suffer any expenses,
the labels for shipping are prepaid. Also we can ask you to pick up
the packages from the nearest stores.

– You need to have a computer or lap top with the Internet access.

NOTE: to communicate with your supervisor every day for reporting
about your job and solving some questions if you have. The tasks
should be done on time that will raise the bonus for good job. All
this job will take you a couple of hours per day to cope with it.

Check your spam folder because sometimes our messages go there.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

———————————————————————–
Best Regards

Manager – Emma Johnson
InTime Cargo Company

P:(914) 265-1212
Hi Emma,
Here is the Employment agreement. I hope It’s okay, let me know if there are any problems. ​

EmploymentAgreement DONE

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Ivette - July 21, 2017 Reply

I got an interview for the job position home base logistics manager, the company is called Intelligens Rem Temptationis HR Department or IRT. The interview lasted less than 10 min and same day, they sent me a contract to sign and requested me an ID. Thanks God I did research before sending my information. Although the company website looks legitim, the hiring process seem ridiculous, I have been looking for a job and it is never like that. The role for the position I was interviewed was the same thing you described before receiving and re shipping. I just wanted to let people know if you receive a call for the same company.

    Eddy Salomon - July 23, 2017 Reply

    Hey Ivette,

    I’m glad to hear you were able to dodge the bullet because of my article. I appreciate that you came here and shared your experience with this company so others can avoid it. Please spread the word and share this article with others.

Trevor - July 18, 2017 Reply

Hi this is good info thx for gathering!! The one thing I would add is that if you fall victim you should call your local authorities right away and explain what happened. That will be your best defense and that is the best way to try to catch the scammers (tho I don’t think current cyber crime departments are yet up to the task).
Do you disagree with this step Eddy? Your blog almost scares people away from taking this step!?

    Eddy Salomon - July 18, 2017 Reply

    Hey Trevor,

    You’re very welcome. I’m not really sure if your local authorities are equipped or even aware of this type of scam. But the postal inspectors and some of these other sites I mentioned in the start snitching section do. So as long as you’re making some type of authority know, then you should be good.

Usvaldo Hernandez - July 15, 2017 Reply

Does anyone has any information on WR CO. I am currently working with this company i just hope is not a scam.

    Eddy Salomon - July 15, 2017 Reply

    Like I said above. It doesn’t matter what the name of the company is. If you’re doing what I described and others have discussed in the comments you’re part of a scam. The best thing to do is read the article and follow the next steps to avoid any problems. You’ve been warned. I know people want to hope that their variation of the company is different. But it’s not. So don’t let desperation misguide you my friend.

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