Inspect-Station Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 44312
Type of a scam Employment
I received an email from Lynn Nelson in regard to interest in hiring me for a amazon shipper (work from home) position. I did an phone interview with Lynn and was offered the position. I did check out the website which looked legitimate there were a few grammar mistakes - but otherwise it seemed impressive.
They emailed me the employment paperwork and I began a few days later. I would receive merchandise from UPS and FEDEX daily. I would enter the information in the website they would send me shipping labels and I would ship them out. I then was directed to pick up merchandise from Best Buy and Apple and follow the same steps.
Just before my 30 day training period was dawning, I got a call from the local police department about a package I picked up - it was purchased with a stolen credit card. I gave them all the details of my involvement and then I contacted Inspection-Station my trainer Helen Adams (always by email-never available by phone) she wanted all the details and would reach out to the legal department on my behalf and get back to me.
I have not had any communication since then - emails and phone calls go unanswered. So I got scammed, I will not receive a paycheck but at least I did not give them any money. I am out of time and effort and a job - maybe even my home as I will not be able to cover my bills.
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