- Report: #1058644
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Complaint Review: federalemployeeadvocates.com
federalemployeeadvocates.com This company is sending out requests to help federal employees by calculating their retirement. They ask for your information, but never responds to your e-mails. Their site does not contain any contact information, what-so-ever. Appears to be a scam to get your information. Internet
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Millions of Federal Employees are receiving e-mails from [email protected] However, they never respond to your requests. When going to their site federalemployeesadvocates.com, there is no contact information, what-so-ever. No phone numbers, no other e-mail addresses, no names, nothing. It appears to be a scam. Do not respond to them, in any way. Simply delete their e-mail from your account. It's a fishing scam. The only thing that really upsets me is that the federal government, so d**n concerned about "e-mail and Internet security, is letting this slip by, into, what is supposed to be, secured government e-mail addresses. The IT at the VA was little help, as they really don't give a crap. We receive very little junk mail at the VA, since it's "filtered" and "blocked". So, how did this get through? If it's a ligitimate site and not a scam, please respond to this complaint and explain why you folks don't have contact info on your "web-site."
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/12/2013 02:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/federalemployeeadvocatescom/internet/federalemployeeadvocatescom-This-company-is-sending-out-requests-to-help-federal-employe-1058644. 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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