2 pals told me they never recieved anything after sending in almost $100 each. Supreme Mailing is a front; voicemail and a mailboxes etc. box which is confidential and no info about the box can be disclosed without the PostMaster general getting involved.
If you call their "phone #" listed NATIONWIDE in newspapers, you hear in a voice mail, woman's voice; "Finacial Resources Unlimited" and are told you can make $800 per/week stuffing envelopes. Ironically their printed info never mentions $800; it's $59 gets you $590.00 after sending them back 59 stuffed envelopes, with more to stuff/make if you invest more.
You give your Address and recieve a letter ASSURING you it's no scam/asking you for $ to start in with the program. I decided to look into them first; I didn't like the fact it came from zip code 60499 yet the return is to 60525 -- that first zip code is a town next door. The postmark was hazy and suspect. I only found ONE complaint, here at Ripoff Report.com, but the AD for Supreme mailing is listed all over the county (*I did a google.com search of the Phone #). I've discovered many people just give up/never report the money taken.
Also, the better biz bureau of Ill. is asking them to supply success stories, (the $800 a week claim) -but no complaints so far and they are awaiting more info.)
Since I live relatively nearby, I went to check them out = it's a mailboxes Etc. box --the fact there's no person, phone # other than voicemail (which is now full/can't leave msg), and "Rita" who posted the other complaint said she was scammed, I decided not to enter into anything with them, but I feel my research has shown this company to be a fraud.
I challenge them to respond to me/this site; RITA--I can help you possibly since I live so close to them; E-mail me and we can file reports with US Mail/Lagrange district attorney.
These people have probably been doing this for some time/Karma is calling. RipOffReport says NOT to include my email in here, I did find what I believe is you on a google.com search of your name/home state/town, FYI, but I'd imagine using RipOff Report.com as a go-between, we can get in contact w/each other.