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Postal Jobs Source Reports & Reviews (7)

Victim Location 27703
Total money lost $47.95
Type of a scam Employment

Postal Jobs Source (postaljobssourcebc.com) is a scam. As I was searching for USPS jobs, I received an email out of the blue from these people inviting me to their website. The website appeared as a facsimile of a real Postal Service webpage with the undeniable intention of fooling people into believing that it was representing the USPS. The site starts off advertising real jobs from the USPS, with complete job descriptions and qualifications. Then, step 3 to get hired they proclaim, "You will receive a Registration Package that guides you through the Postal Service hiring process, starting with the application. You will be shown how to apply to ALL Postal Service job openings in your area. To be hired for a Postal Service Clerk career position, you will be required to take an exam and the score will determine your employment. Don’t worry, the Registration Package will give you everything you need to score well and be approved for employment. Simply follow the instructions in the Registration Package". Yes, they proclaim Registration Package!!! There is no registration process associated with Postal Jobs Source, of course. This clearly is fake and mimics a USPS hiring process!! They offer a 200% refund on the 47.95 it costs to get this package. They say the package includes job counseling, job placement, "full access" to local job listings for the USPS, practice exams, and a 200% refund if you're not hired in 60 days "for any reason." What you actually get is a long winded explanation of what the USPS is, random information about the USPS that can be found for free practically anywhere. The "full access" to local job listings is nothing more than the URL to the USPS career area. The "counseling" is nothing more than a simple field on a webpage to ask a questions to an anonymous person. THIS IS PHONY ADVERTISING. The exams are all aptitude tests, so studying for them is pointless. You can't improve that sort of thing with practice tests. The Refund Form requires that you send them documentation from the USPS proving that you weren't hired. THAT IS RIDICULOUS. You will never get a receipt of "non-hire" from anyone who doesn't hire you!! Plus, if that magical 'non-employment 'document even existed, the Refund Form does not even indicate where to send it to get your money back!!. No address, or E-mail is included. All you get for paying 47.95 is exactly what you could have done at the USPS website for free. This is a scam, plain as day, and they should be shut down immediately.

There are many clues that this outfit is not legit. The business address is actually a UPS store!!! The website proclaims an A+ Better Business Rating. What does that mean... it is not the BBB. I checked and they do not have a ScamPulse.com rating. Also, they claim a "Certified Postal Hiring Review 2019" ... can't find a thing about that so it is clearly fake!!

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has done a review and concluded this is 100% SCAM.

Here is the site with their download docs

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Victim Location 31206
Type of a scam Employment

There is a company called Postal Jobs Source that is offering a Registration Package of $48 for postal jobs with a guarantee of $96 refund if you don't get a job. Is that fraudulent? https://postaljobssourcejc.com/?tid=3618030638378104578 I did not partake of the offer

Victim Location 32768
Total money lost $48
Type of a scam Employment

I paid $48 to find a postal job. No postal jobs listed. Nothing I would even qualify for. They got their $48.

I moved to Florida from Pa and in bed of a job and thought this would help. So I seen USA postal and thought it was legitimate.

Please help.

Thank you!!!!!

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Victim Location 35674
Total money lost $48
Type of a scam Employment

postaljobssourcejmd.com was advertised in a local paper as the only way to apply for a job with the USPS. They offer a 200% refund on the 48.00 it costs to get this package. They say the package includes job counseling, job placement, "full access" to local job listings for the USPS, practice exams, and a 200% refund if you're not hired in 90 days "for any reason." What you actually get is a long winded explanation of what the USPS is, random information about the USPS that can be found for free practically anywhere, the "full access" to local job listings is nothing more than the URL to the USPS career area. The counseling is nothing more than a simple field to ask a question to an anonymous person who never responded. The exams are all aptitude tests, so studying for them is pointless. You can't improve that sort of thing with practice tests. The refund form you get requires that you send them documentation from the USPS proving that you weren't hired. Which is a ridiculous thing, because you don't get a receipt of "non-hirement" from anyone who doesn't hire you. If that magical document even existed, the form they give you for the refund has no information on /where/ to actually send it if you had it. No address, or E-mail is included. All you get for paying 48.00 is exactly what you could have done at the USPS website for free. I thought this would be a useful way to get a foot in the door with a counselor helping with listings, etc. Nope. Not even close. It's a scam, plain as day the second they take the money and disappear.

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Victim Location 83687
Type of a scam Employment

I was searching online for a job on jobaccept.com, when i found this scam. It is a website claiming to be a hiring site for the US Postal Service. The site wanted me to pay $48.00 in order to process my application. It also offered me a 200% refund if I was not hired. I did research on this website and found it was a scam.

Victim Location 30093
Type of a scam Employment

They advertise on Glassdoor, looking both like an illegitimate website and job list posting that offers part-time work, benefits, and a 2 grand a month salary if you manage to get a job with the USPS. However, you have to pay an up front amount to 'apply' for the job and to learn their secrets on how to get the job. They do offer a double your money back guarantee, but no job requires you to front money to apply and its obvious it's at the very least, a money making scheme using the USPS as a front. If you look closely, they use pictures of USPS trucks and venues, but they are cropped and edited of any USPS logo or identifying marks. So before I attempted to give them any information or money, I checked the website's integrity and found the site only 3 weeks old which is a huge red flag.

Victim Location 92336
Type of a scam Employment

I received an email from Postal Jobs Source saying that they would send me a registration packet with information on how to get a Postal Job. They show on their site that they are a AAA+ rated ScamPulse.com partner. They do not answer their phone for trying to get information. I sent a message through their Ask Questions page but have not received a response. They claim a double your money back guarantee if you do not get a job through the Postal Service within 90 days. I have tried numerous avenues through your site to identify them but with no luck. I believe this may a scam so I am sending you this information

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