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Same as above. Told to setup a "dashboard," and received products to resend (it was within the USA). They paid a company to print online "press releases" claiming they received $10 million from an investor -- hmmmmm. Very sketchy! There business is a suite within an office building with a bunch of medical offices. The lady who was supposed to be my supervisor had an hispanic name but sounded like she was Asian...very sketcy!
Scammer's phone 786-755-8326
Scammer's website sendgrid.net
Scammer's address 9240 Sunset Dr Ste 107, Miami, FL 33173
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Type of a scam Employment
Initial means of contact Email
I was hired w/ any interview. These people are lazy. $3500/month 'wages' and they can't even fake an intake process.
1. Rec'd email about remote packaging/shipping agent
2. Answered w/ no personal info
3. Rec'd application link
4. Applied w/ no real info
5. Was hired and asked to complete hiring packet, lol lol lol lol
I currently am working for them and I got paid 4 times already through PayPal... I know it doesn't sound legit since they're using more money to reship a package than the normal procedure I'm getting paid 20 per package till I get hired on and I actually received a mail from uspis that I'm involved in a fraudulent activity but I didn't say anything to the supervisor I'm working with till now