- Report: #709744
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Complaint Review: usps-change-address.com
usps-change-address.comInternet United States of America
usps-change-address.com United State Postal Service Fake Postal Service Change $20.00 Rip Off for a free Service Yep I fell for it-Because it looks like the United States Postal Service Internet
*Consumer Suggestion: Easy people...
*Consumer Comment: It's right there in plain English! Pay attention!
*Consumer Comment: Doesn't look like USPS to me.
*Consumer Suggestion: It doesnt help things when
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I needed a temporary mail change. The way they have their website set up it makes it look like the USPS United States Postal Service Website, when in fact they use it is a rip-off. They charged me $20.00 to do a change of address, yes I fell for it, I thought it was excessive, but I was in a hurry leaving in a few days.
They use all of the trade mark signs of the real Postal Service. I turned them into the Post Master, and next I am going to the police department, please read carefully before you give this theif your money, his website looks very authentic. I went and closed my credit card account, it was a nightmare. Also the clerk at the post office has turned him in, I don't understand why he is allowed to continue his fraudulent business.
I also emailed him to complain, what a surprise I never heard back.
STAY AWAY HE MAYBE STEALING IDENTITY!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/24/2011 12:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/usps-change-addresscom/internet/usps-change-addresscom-United-State-Postal-Service-Fake-Postal-Service-Change-2000-R-709744. 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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