Report: #1338129

Complaint Review: logistics airscope mail

  • Submitted: Mon, November 14, 2016
  • Updated: Wed, December 21, 2016
  • Reported By: Danielle Jones — pheba Mississippi USA
  • logistics airscope mail

    Nationwide
    USA

logistics airscope mail Its a work from home. They ask for copy of driver license and checking account for payment. They send package from a warehouse to your home, where you sign in and input information from your computer, then airscopemail send you postage lable, were you print out from your computer, then take to post office, bethlehem Nationwide

*Consumer Comment: Federal Fugitive

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On October 3, 2016, I recieved a call about employment for logistics airscopemail. the job consist of work at home: where an application was processed asking for driver license and bank account for direct deposit.  The work was i would sign in on there web page logisticsairscopemail, they would mail items such as phones, sink faucet, coats to my home, i input into there system ( using tracking number), were the( download)  me a postage label taken to post office to mail. this happen up to time of first payroll payment., then company close you out the system.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Federal Fugitive

AUTHOR: Robert - (USA)

Really so it is perfectly normal for you to have some person call you up telling you that they will send you random items and all you have to do is send them out again.  Where for this minimal effort they will pay you an insane amount of money, compared to the amount of "work" you actually need to do.

I do have to say it is a rare case when I tell people that you better hope that they were just wanting to steal your identity, because the alternative could be much..much worse. 

You see what you have become is a co-conspirator in FEDERAL CRIMES since it involved the US Mail.  These items you received were most likely paid for with stolen credit cards and/or counterfeit checks.  They told the innocent victims to send these items to you, where you send it along to someone else.  Now, on the plus side at least you aren't alone...the person you sent it to(or got it from) was also being scammed.  As these criminals will do this 2-3 times before it ends up at the final destination.   So you can hope that you are quite a bit down in this chain so that when the Postal Inspectors and Federal Marshals start to unravel this crime they don't track it down to you.

The point in all of this...You got SCAMMED and unless you have a pre-existing relationship with a company you should NEVER give your personal or financial information to anyone you do not know or can see face to face.  Oh and while this may not have been the case here, NEVER accept any sort of check or money order from anyone..for any reason..if they want  you to deposit it and send them a portion of the funds back.

Also, realize that if the scammers think you are worried about this they will use this to their further advantage.  So again NEVER pay anyone who is threatinging you with arrest or other penalties over the phone....real law enforcement agencies will come to your house..not call you up demanding payment.  Especially if they want it in the form of Gift Cards.

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