• Report: #61818

Complaint Review: Supreme Mailing Services,inc

  • Submitted: Wed, June 25, 2003
  • Updated: Thu, June 26, 2003

  • Reported By:mesquite Texas
Supreme Mailing Services,inc
1244 State Str. #350 Lemont, Illinois U.S.A.

Supreme Mailing Services,inc ripoff fraud business Lemont Illinois

*Consumer Suggestion: Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

*Consumer Suggestion: Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

*Consumer Suggestion: Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

*Consumer Suggestion: Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

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Due to the economic hard times our country is experiencing it has put a major financial strain on my husband and our 3 young children. I am a stay at home mom & thought I would look for something to do at home to help with the money. I looked in my local Mesquite newspaper and found an ad about home mailers being needed.

I called the number listed in the paper and a person took my name and address and said information would be mailed to my home.

Upon receipt, it did sound too easy so I checked it out. I found your website "thankfully." I did not send anything to these people, however I would like to know what can be done to stop this? They use the U.S. Postal Service to promote their fraud and I do believe that in an of itself is against the law.

It is absolutely sickening to know there are other companies just like Supreme Mailing Services, Inc. that are running ads in local newspapers across the country, if not the world. I have 2 other mailing type companies that did not check out as legitimate either.

I would like to get the word out and surely there is a way to stop this. Please let me know what I can do to stop many others who are struggling also to makes ends meet, so that collectively these liars and fruads can be stopped.

Valerie
mesquite, Texas
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

AUTHOR: Jacqueline - (U.S.A.)

Even if you did not loose any funds, and you caught on to the scam, it would be good for the law to know about what you recieved.

If you contact www.usps.com they have an online complaint form. This will increase the number of people who are witness to this or victimized. Of coarse, keep your original copies, but if you can mail in photo copy versions of whatever was mailed to you. There may be information on your application form law enforcement can use.

Another route you can take is to contact your local Post Master, who might have something to offer.

Another site you can submit information to just-for-the-record is www.consumer.gov, run by the Federal Trade Commission.

Any information you might have to share with them, just might put them closer to shutting that scam down.

Thank you for sharing. :)
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

AUTHOR: Jacqueline - (U.S.A.)

Even if you did not loose any funds, and you caught on to the scam, it would be good for the law to know about what you recieved.

If you contact www.usps.com they have an online complaint form. This will increase the number of people who are witness to this or victimized. Of coarse, keep your original copies, but if you can mail in photo copy versions of whatever was mailed to you. There may be information on your application form law enforcement can use.

Another route you can take is to contact your local Post Master, who might have something to offer.

Another site you can submit information to just-for-the-record is www.consumer.gov, run by the Federal Trade Commission.

Any information you might have to share with them, just might put them closer to shutting that scam down.

Thank you for sharing. :)
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

AUTHOR: Jacqueline - (U.S.A.)

Even if you did not loose any funds, and you caught on to the scam, it would be good for the law to know about what you recieved.

If you contact www.usps.com they have an online complaint form. This will increase the number of people who are witness to this or victimized. Of coarse, keep your original copies, but if you can mail in photo copy versions of whatever was mailed to you. There may be information on your application form law enforcement can use.

Another route you can take is to contact your local Post Master, who might have something to offer.

Another site you can submit information to just-for-the-record is www.consumer.gov, run by the Federal Trade Commission.

Any information you might have to share with them, just might put them closer to shutting that scam down.

Thank you for sharing. :)
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Contact U.S. Postal Inspectors at www.usps.com

AUTHOR: Jacqueline - (U.S.A.)

Even if you did not loose any funds, and you caught on to the scam, it would be good for the law to know about what you recieved.

If you contact www.usps.com they have an online complaint form. This will increase the number of people who are witness to this or victimized. Of coarse, keep your original copies, but if you can mail in photo copy versions of whatever was mailed to you. There may be information on your application form law enforcement can use.

Another route you can take is to contact your local Post Master, who might have something to offer.

Another site you can submit information to just-for-the-record is www.consumer.gov, run by the Federal Trade Commission.

Any information you might have to share with them, just might put them closer to shutting that scam down.

Thank you for sharing. :)
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