I got an e mail about a work at home job ant they offered 1500 a month inspecting packages to make sure what was ordered was shipped and in great condition. I was to scan the invoices and then take picture of item then repackage and send with the shipping label they provided. Easy enough and i did the work for a month processed packages then when it was time for me to be paid the user name and password for my dashboard became incorrect. I call the people sent work texts and emails to their 'human resources' email I have heard nothing back. basically this is a scam they get you to do this and you get nothing. As it is a job you give your personal info as well. They have my ss number and my auto deposit info. STAY AWAY!!!
Review by Jimmae1 year ago
No Pay Scam
Contacted about work at home job. Which was great deal considering my health. promised $1,500 a month plus $50 per parcel. I was timely and efficient, and honorable and did not sit on my hands. Good about my communication. When time to get paid, nothing. No pay, no communication, no access to dashboard, nothing. They are a scam and need to be punished and pay up.
Review by Kelliott TheCatsEye1 year ago
DO NOT ACCEPT EMPLOYMENT
I was contacted by this company well more than a month go through email which wasn't odd since I had been looking for jobs at the time. It was all the same information $1500 a month $50 for each parcel sent, it seemed to good to be true but I was desperate. At first I was skeptical because I knew of some internet scams. My first package was a Tamborine which had little value and had received some little things like that for awhile so I wasn't alarmed. Until they started sending bulk shipments of the same iPhone or laptop. I proceeded to ask Alice Miller of several questions I was worried about but she would redirect the conversation to me sending out the packages. I soon later called the nonemergency police number to get advice on what to do and since I was at no financial lost there was not a crime. She told me to next time be more careful of this and to just cut off all communication between me and the company.
Review by Reninger1 year ago
Work Home Scam
About this time last month I was emailed about a job working from home. I get a lot of job emails, as I’ve been looking for work. This one seemed too good to be true, and it was. The email came from a “Latoya Redmond” and it read with details like making fifteen hundred dollars a month just working from home. So I jumped on it, didn’t even hesitate. I saw it as a way to finally get ahead and out of debt. I get another email saying I had been selected and to give them personal info for the job. It wasn’t the first job I’d ever gotten, I knew they needed my name, address and social, so I gave it to them. Then I got a call from a man named “Jeff” and we had a phone interview. There was a lot of correspondence sent from them describing the details of the job, payment and schedule. In a week, I was assigned a user name and password for use of their shipping tracker portal. The week after that, I got my first package. I took the pictures, uploaded them to the portal and they sent me back a shipping label with which to send the package out with. It didn’t seem crazy, at first anyway, because it was small things. First was a laptop, not a fancy alienware or ROG gaming hardware, just something for business use. Then an HDMI cable and some headphones. Then around Christmas time I started seeing iPhones and Ipads. It was Christmas so I expected to see gifts but not so many, all at once. After the holidays I recieved a novelty mug that was to be shipped out. But I stopped recieving lables. I stopped recieving packages altogether. I kept close watch on my emails as my handler and I exchanged emails frequently. I was supposed to be “in a training period” so I wanted to be transparent. She also quit responding to me, the numbers were disconnected and I got a phone call from my fiancée saying it could likely be a scam, followed by texts leading to this page. If anyone sees this, and takes the time to read it, just beware. If it sounds too good to be true, it is.
Review by CHonza1 year ago
This company is a scam!
I was contacted by this company around Thanksgiving, and was offered a job in which I would receive $1500.00 per month plus $50 per every package I shipped. Earlier this week, the site completely shut down, which is ironic as I am supposed to get paid today (1/18/19). There have been some signs that there was something sketchy about this company, but I had never heard of this type of scam before so did not really think much of it. When the site shut down something felt off and all I had to do was a simple google search to discover that there are various companies that do this to people. I am extremely disappointed, but luckily I did not give them any of my information (SS, credit card, etc.) and was expecting to get paid through paypal. I am disgusted by these people and seeing various complaints on this website with the same problems as me makes me feel even more frustrated by this whole situation. At this point I could care less about getting paid, I just want these people to be caught and punished for their sickening actions.
Review by Chnna Chadzukwa1 year ago
Its a scam!!
Review by Bafford1 year ago
Five days before getting paid the company website is no longer available
I have been working from home for this company for about a month packages been delivered to my home for inspection. five days I suppose to get paid a monthly fee now the website is no longer available to open. They have all of my indentification.
Review by Tinatwo1 year ago
The phone numbers are disconnected and no one has returned my calls or emails.
I was solicited for a work from home position. I was sent packages to inspect and the reship with a new label that was emailed. I did that for a mimonth and the day before I was supposed to get paid the phone numbers were disconnected and the site I was on to confirm the packages were sent I could not log on with the password I had been using
Review by Lamonn Derrow1 year ago
Fraudulent Emplyment, goast company, no pay
I was contacted on line. Did phone interviews and got hired. I did W2, W4, 9, back ground check before I was formally hired. The offer $1,500 after the first 30 days plus $50 per package pressed. After 30 days I was informed that it was 30 huseines days. I started working Nobenver 28, 2017 receiving, inspecting and shipping iPods and products like tha. And January 21, when to her count the 30 business days passed I was unable to log into tha account. No phone calls were answered and when I send emails they come right back to me.
Review by BLACKtoothGRIN1 year ago
Realized I was dealing with fraudulent company. Emailed them not to send any packages to my home.
Once I realized they were scam I emailed them not to send any packages to my home. Package arrived Sat 12/15/18. Called the sender. Was informed it was used as credit card theft.
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