Report: #1502003

Complaint Review: Gold Deliveries - Wilmington Delaware

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Gold Deliveries golddeliveries.com golddeliveries.net (employee fake back-office site) Fake Shipping Company, Offers Work From home Logistics Manager Job opportunity, No Pay! Wilmington Delaware

*Consumer Comment: You fell for the reshipping scam

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I received an email below from a job employment recruiter Kate Anderson. As you can see below, I was offered to work from home and receive 3k monthly plus a $20 bonus for each package forwarded to my address and shipped in 24hours. They give you limited access to a online back-office (golddeliveries.net) to print labels and get notifications when you will receive packages to your address. They tell you after a month you will receive your 3k compensation plus bonuses for each package. After a month, they will cut off contact and not pay you for your service.


Gold Deliveries <mail@golddeliveries.com> Oct 5, 2020, 9:33 AM     to me                 REF: JOB OFFER

Due to Coronavirus situation in the world Gold deliveries is  delighted  to extend an offer for the work from home position of Logistics Manager. We hope that you will accept the offer and we look forward to working with you. We are sure that you will do well in the role and that you will make a significant contribution to the ongoing success of  the company. The Employment Agreement is attached to this email. Please download the agreement, carefully read it in full and ask any questions.

Once we receive your signed papers we will give you your personal link to register in the online office. To log in it you need a computer or laptop or tablet. Parcels will be delivered to your home by Fedex UPS USPS. Once you receive a parcel you need to take pictures of it and upload them to the online office. Then you will receive an outgoing shipping label to print. It is paid. You don't pay for anything. So you just drop off a parcel and that's it. Parcels are not heavy and big. Usually it is clothes, electronic devices. Once register in the system you will have your parcels list with the full description of a parcel and tracking information.

We pay you $20 per package shipped biweekly through PayPal and additionally $3000 on a monthly basis. Your payment can be deposited or we can mail you a check.

Once  you  have  read it, please PRINT SIGN the agreement, scan it and
email it back. Just reply to this letter. If you don't have a scanner you
may  email  it as a picture.  We DON'T accept digital signature. We
also need a copy of your any Document of Identification.
This offer will remain open until October 16 th, 2020.
Attachment: Employment Agreement.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Kate Anderson
Head of recruitment
+1(302)208-0158      Attachments area    

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#1 Consumer Comment

You fell for the reshipping scam

AUTHOR: Verrier - (United Kingdom)

POSTED: Friday, November 27, 2020

The reshipping scam is a common scam that people keep falling for, despite thousands of warnings online, including a ton on this website alone.

The odds are you being able to file a lawsuit are slim to none, because 99.9% of the time, these scammers are overseas.

Basically, what you did was reship packages that had been purchased with stolen credit card numbers, so you have unknowingly participated in criminal activity.

The police may or not pay you visit.  Some people report being investigated by the police, some don't.

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