On the 21st of Jan. 2004 I recieved an email from a seemingly wonderful company called Mail Processing Services. These studs promised to pay 10.00 dollars for each envelope stuffed and mailed back to them.
They claim that they'll send you the envelopes,circulars and mailing labels (with adresses all ready printed on them). All you have to do is stuff them and pay for postage and this will be reimbursed.
Then automatically you'll recieve another package and your paycheck as well. All costs will be reimbursed to you.
You can choose how many you want to stuff and it ranges from 55,75,95 or 300. You do the math of how much you could make. Naturally this makes you very excited. They claim that the most popular group starts out on the latter or 300 envelope range.
(300x10.00 dollars=3000.00, yippy!!)
They declare that there is just a small processing fee of 160.00 dollars to start up(in the 300 envelope level) and this is for their accountant to set up your account so you can start recieving your 3000.00 dollar paychecks..
Then these evil people say that there is no need to worry because this too is reimbursed after you recieve your first 5 paychecks.
They claim that theirs is the most honest mail business ever. Liars!!!
Then you can also move on to(or get promoted to) the 500 (or $5,000.00) level and so on. "There's no limit to how many envelopes you can stuff" and can work as much or as little as you want. Just let them know!
Ya right!! They are crooks. Don't believe a word that they say and save, legitimately hard earned cash.
I fell for this and sent them 160.00 dollars and didn't hear from them for a couple of days so I thought something wasn't right. I had also emailed them to find out when the package would come and if they took credit cards.
They never responded, so I looked around the net and found out that others had been scammed and hope that others will read this.
Tonight I emptied my bank account and those scumbags won't get a dime. Hopefully you'll be as lucky as me.
We need to get these guys/girls behind bars.
Brigham City, Utah