• Report: #819046

Complaint Review: Idea Logistique Company

  • Submitted: Fri, January 06, 2012
  • Updated: Fri, January 06, 2012

  • Reported By: rippedoffagain — Oceanside California USA
Idea Logistique Company
Internet United States of America

Idea Logistique Company Don't work for them Internet, Internet

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This company is based in France.  They do have a US Office, somewhere.  They look for people looking for work and posted a resume, like in Monster.  They contantc you and ask if you want work, in their overseas shipping, you can work at home if you want is a catch.  You will get packages, and they will print paid mailing slips, mostly to Russia.  They will have you sign a contract that states every two weeks you will be paid $1200.00 and $33.15 for every package you send out.  The problem is they will never pay you for your work. 

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