The recruitment company contacted.me. on Feb. 5th with an offer of home based employment. I was asked to send a selfie.holding my drivers licesense in hand. They e-mailed me a detailed job description along with.a pre-Employnent document offering a 2.month.trial work agreement.. I forwarded all requested.information and signed documet to them. They said it would take 7 days to do a.back round check. Then yedyerday the manager I'm supposed to work with e-mailed me welcoming me to there.team and told to reply ready to work to his e-mail. I did so then I started to think who are these people.I thought about it afterward.and did some research... I searched the company online and.found reviews that the company is a scam.. I've tried to reach.out to them to get.complete mailing address and phone number for their company and got no reply. I immediately contacted life lock to get.protectionfrom these.cyber thieves.
Review by MrParagonStudio2 years ago
Afraid of identity theft after I sent them a picture of my drivers licence
I am a new green card holder resident who has been teaching for 16 years. Since it takes time to get into the school system here, I decided to look for a job to start off. this company emailed me to say that I can work from home. They sent me the prerequisites, which were name, address, contact number, payment method and document of varification which was a selfie of me holding up my drivers licence.
i was accepted in a day and information came back about how the packages should be received, relabeled with label sent by the manager (Jeff Morrison), then shipped to oversees address. Each package would be $20 when processed. I went ahead to buy a printer to start this business. I found out just before the 1st package came that this could be stolen goods. So I refuse collection from UPS.
Review by Sarbnedhan Kellak2 years ago
No contact after re-mailing 5 "test" packages for them.
After re-mailing 5 test packages I emailed Jeff Morrison to see when I would be receiving more packages, "that I would be getting paid to re-mail", no replies to several emails.
Review by Uig Clarkes2 years ago
Do not send your picture with your driver license
I have been approached by company offering a job to repackage the parcel shipped to my home. My sister finds suspects and asks me to check. I gave a photo holding my driver license to the scammer. I went to search on google and found out the company is a scammer. So please watch out.
Review by Selva2 years ago
Believe to be a mail fraud ring posing as an employer
I received several emails offering me a work from home opportunity to work for "a 100% legitimate home based job in Logistics with a paycheck of $2500 payable monthly and with no payment. The full time job offer is offered by a trusted USA shipping enterprise. The company have chosen the remote operations techniques, because it gives a chance to decrease warehousing expenses and offer logistics points across the USA.
Review by Dumm2 years ago
sending packages in different name to my resident and reship
I was solicated online by email to work at home rshipping packages I had to give my information so u could get paid I got suspicous of the packages and all different names he said they were his employees but I found a number and called it and she asured me that she didnt work for them and she didnt make a purchuse and her card had charges she didnt make this is a very serious problem they must have several people involved who have know clue I was to make 20 dollars a package with the first five do for free but I realized something wasnt rite before I sent 4 packages have some packages now dont know what to do
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