Don't feel bad! I've fallen for the same scam. I'm a housewife who is not physically able to work outside of the home.
I wanted to do something to supplement our income, and I thought that this was the perfect opportunity to make a little extra cash.
I received the same solisitation in my email to join this "honest" and "trustworthy" company, only to be scammed just like all the rest of you.
I sent my $65.00 to them for Income Group #1. Just in case there was a problem, I started out with the lowest level.
Shortly after sending them my money order, certified mail with a return receipt request, I went to their web site and it was no longer there. I also tried to email them twice but my mail was returned. I did receive the mail receipt back, however, it was signed by the UPS Center owner.
I called information to get their phone number, but it belongs to a UPS Center in which they rent a mailbox.
The gentleman I spoke with said that he'd been receiving a lot of calls about Mail Processing Services, and that their website was down. He also informed me that a Postal Inspector by the name of Thomas Ward was looking into the situation.
I've contacted the United States Postal Inspection Service in my area, and they sent me a mail fraud form to fill out, I've made a report with the Better Business Bureau, and I've been in touch with the Attorney General's Office.
At this point, I know that I might not ever see my $65.00, but if these liars are ever caught, it will be so worth it!!!!!
Here's the phone number for the person at the UPS Center where they had their mailbox if anyone has any questions: (954)846-9293.
Good Luck to all of you.