- Report: #1044579
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Complaint Review: Jumpjet
JumpjetInternet United States of America
Jumpjet Jim Phillips Offered to hire my company for web development Internet
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I was asked to go onto the existing website and register for an account so that I could "become familiar" with the project I was hired to do. When I did so, the form to register required such information as Drivers License Number, Social Security number, date of birth, address and phone number among other things. This information was apparently needed for the TSA for travel on their jets.
I immediately recognized this as an attempt at identity theft judging by the information that was requested. I played along since I was still promised a deposit to begin work. I was informed that there was a problem with PayPal and payment could not be completed due to a computer glitch. (I have never had a problem recieving payment from PayPal) I informed Mr. Phillips via telephone that I did not do business with scammers. I then received an e-mail from a person by the name of Will Ashcroft stating that they would not be paying the deposit since I called Mr. Phillips a scammer.
I believe this to be a very well organized identity theft operation although I cannot prove it completely.
(480) 278-0817- The number of Jim Phillips
email@example.com - The email used by Mr. Philllips
firstname.lastname@example.org - The email used by the so called Will Ashcroft
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/19/2013 10:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jumpjet/internet/Jumpjet-Jim-Phillips-Offered-to-hire-my-company-for-web-development-Internet-1044579. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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