Jet Post

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Erica –

Victim Location 26301

Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted via email with a work from home opportunity. They said it would be a month before I would get paid. After the month I was never paid. I conducted an investigation of my own and the websight IP is out of russia. I believe they have a wifi scrabbler and they are operating out of New York. Every package i sent went to New York. The fraudsters go by the names Emily King- Nalika Phillips- Robert Polonski- Alex Jordan.

Kellie –

Victim Location 92129

Type of a scam Employment

They hired me as the "shipping inspector" with the following responsibilities: Monitor incoming shipments; Receive, inspect, sort and ship out packages from your home; Prepare items for shipping or returns by packaging, boxing, strapping and shrink wrapping. It was okey for the first 3 weeks. But then when it is almost the end of the pay period, I cannot access the dashboard. I was informed that it is due to technical difficulties on the server. I was trying to get hold of Robert Polonski (manager), Nalika Phillips and Alex Jordan (supervisors) and Emily King (HR personnel) through email and by phone. Nobody answered me back for few days. I was supposed to get paid on Feb 5th, and all this "technical/server problems" started on Feb 1st.

So, just to get their attentions, I told them I cannot access the dashboard, and I still have some items with me. What am I supposed to do? Here comes all the emails and phone calls and Robert was also able to send me a shipping label generated online!!!I was informed that I need to ship all the items into one box using the label provided. I told them I want my paycheck ASAP. And I am not sending the "items" if I don’t get paid.

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Tabitha –

Victim Location 14464

Total money lost $15.65

Type of a scam Employment

This is regarding JETPOST,their claim as to # 1 employment,# 2 online shopping ,# 3 shipping around the world,plus more,this company contacted me through a on line job search company,unfortunately I don’t remember which one as I was getting information from several job sites.This company Jetpost contacted me about my resume,and I supposedly did 3 different phone interveiws,after that I excepted the position of shipping inspector for $ 560 a week payable at the end of each month plus a $ 250 bonus,my job was have products shipped to my house,open the packages, inspect the packages for damages and varify the invoices and take pictures of both and upload them onto my company dashboard which showed both my incoming packages and the ones I already shipped,these packages would be delivered by either Fedex,UPS,US mail,once I received the packages and uploaded the pics I would have indicate on the dashboard I received the the packages,,then I would have to request a new shipping label from JETPOST,within a day or so I would get a notice to print the shipping package labels,then put them on the outgoing package and drop back off at fedex or what ever was on the label,once that was done I had to go back to the dashboard and indicate that the package was sent .I have a comfirmation email from from there accounting department stating how much my first pay deposit would be and the date it would be direct deposited into my back account which was suppose to be today !/29/18,I started with them Dec 22 2017,well here comes the reality of it all,I checked my back account several times that morning and nothing,I went to log into my dashboard and it was locked out,I called The HR department and talked to a person Emily(which I had talked to a several other times) I told her my situation and she said to call my supervisors( Alex Jordan and Nalika Philips) I was no longer able to reach there numbers ,I tried back to Emily no answer and I tried Robert Polonski the manager and nothing,They have all my personal information,Social #,they had my bank account # but I closed it today,I went to the *** County sheriffs office to report it ,they said I’m not the only one to come to them,but they said they could not do anything because they did not get any money from me,but I never did get paid,so this is why I’m writing this ,I want to put these people out of business !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Haley –

Victim Location 11557

Total money lost $2,240

Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted via email and offers a work from home job I applied received an agreement and all was working fine for 30 days when payroll was due. I was not paid my emails and phone calls unanswered

Obviously this company are a scam and should be investigated

Brittany –

Victim Location 01524

Type of a scam Employment

I was offered a position through my email account for a Shipping Inspector position for a company named Jet Post. The description read as follows: monitor incoming shipments, receive, inspect, sort and ship out packages from your home, prepare items for shipping or returns by packaging, boxing, strapping and shrink wrapping, work with invoices, resolve issues with shipping carriers (FedEx, UPS, USPS) perform other duties assigned by management. I was apprehensive because the offer seemed to good to be true. Jet Post offers $2,300 to be paid monthly, which also included a bonus of 10% if packages were shipped timely with no mishaps on the part of the Shipping Inspector. The human resource manager reached out to me via email and phone and explained the position due to my line of questioning, I asked her directly was this a scam. Emily, Jet Post’s very professional sounding HR personnel explained that companies that reshipped merchandise existed to assist customers who live out of the country to purchase on line merchandise. I explained to Emily that there were many employment scams and I wanted to be sure they were a reputable company. Emily forwarded me a letter that explained Jet Post was registered with New Jersey’s department of treasury and revenue. To further quiet my noted apprehension, Jet Post provided a well written contract, an on line application. I was then requested to provide my state I.D. in which I was encouraged to black out the numbers (to further blind me from all the red flags that popped up through out this employment process). Once all my information was scanned and emailed, Jet Post’s HR department would contact me in 1-2 business days after a background check was conducted. I started to feel maybe Jet Post wouldn’t select me for this well paying, flexible position due to my questioning and paranoia of identity theft and scams. I was contacted exactly two days later through email. The message informed me that I had passed the back ground check and I was selected as a Shipping Inspector. I received an email to contact my supervisor Robert Polonoski who would instruct me how to get started and when my first day of employmeny would start. I called twice and left voicemail message as well as sending an email to the HR Dept. I never heard back from the HR Dept. Or Mr. Polonski. Nalika Phillips and Alex Jordan, who I would deal with on daily basis never returned my phone calls either. Everything seemed to be legit and promising.

After a few days of not hearing back from anyone I became suspicious and googled about reshipping and repackaging jobs and found information about recent scams that employed people like me to be mules to accept goods purchased with stolen credit cards.

Ernest –

Victim Location 48021

Type of a scam Employment

I was offered a position through my email account for a Shipping Inspector position for a company called Jet Post. The job description read as follows: monitor incoming shipments, receive, inspect, sort and ship out packages from your home, prepare items for shipping or returns by packaging, boxing, strapping and shrink wrapping, work with invoices, resolve issues with shipping carriers (FedEx, UPS, USPS)

perform other duties assigned by management.

I was apprehensive because the offer seemed to good to be true. Jet Post offers $2,300 to be paid monthly, which also included a bonus of 10% if packages were shipped timely with no mishaps on the part of the Shipping Inspector. The human resource manager reached out to me via email and phone and explained the position due to my line of questioning, I asked her directly was this a scam. Emily, Jet Post’s very attractive and professional sounding HR person explained that companies that reshipped merchandise existed to assist customers who live out of the country to purchase on line merchandise. I explained to Emily that there were many employment scams and I wanted to be sure they were a reputable company. Emily forwarded me a letter that explained Jet Post was registered with New Jersey’s department of treasury and revenue. To further quiet my noted apprehension, Jet Post provided a well written contract, an on line application and a professional dash board in which I would log all packages shipped to my home.

I was then requested to provide my state I.D in which I was encouraged to black out the numbers (to further blind me from all the red flags that popped up through out this employment process). Once all my information was scanned an emailed, Jet Post’s HR department would contact me in 1-2 business days after a background check was conducted. I started to feel maybe Jet Post wouldn’t select me for this well paying, flexible position due to my questioning and paranoia of identity theft and scams.

I was contacted exactly two days later through email. The message informed me that I had passed the back ground check and I was selected as a Shipping Inspector. I received a call from my supervisor Robert Polonoski who instructed me how to log onto the dash board, and shortly after I was contacted by my two supervisors. Nalika Phillips and Alex Jordan, who I would deal with on daily basis. Everything seemed to be legit and promising. Several days later packages began to pop on to my dash board which allowed me to click on each package and track them via FedEx, USPS and UPS. I was also informed to set up accounts with FedEx, USPS and UPS and to order boxes and envelopes free of charge.

I received my first package which was not in my name but of course listed my address I became uneasy. I wen through the portico nadn once I logged into the dashboard that I received a package I was instructed to take pictures, check for damages but not to open the package in the product was originally in. I did as instructed and a label was printed off from my computer. The sender was me and the address it was being mailed to wasn’t the address the package came in. Later that evening a friend sent me an email regarding a job she was offered similar to Jet Post. I became suspicious and googled about reshipping and repackaging jobs and found information about recent scams that employed people like me to be mules to accept goods purchased with stolen credit cards.

Candace –

Victim Location 85043

Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted by a person that said they got my resume from indeed.com. I signed a contract and I had at my own login on the dashboard. I was to open inspect and take pictures of packages in coming to my home repackage them and I was provided with shipping labels and I was to take pictures of the drop off receipts and ship them off to separate companies. I googled it and it said that Jetpost was a scam.

Micah –

Victim Location 65803

Type of a scam Employment

Offered a job as shipping inspector, was sent employment contract, I was to get $560 a week for an at home job a couple hours a day receiving packages and reshipping them. Sounded a little too easy, so researched it and found this to be a fairly known scam, you send in a copy of your I.D with the employment contract and then you would send in your SSN when you filled out the W2 form, so now they have all your information. Most people just got scammed out of a month of work, receiving and then shipping out the items that were stolen. Some received fraudulent payments higher then their pay and were asked to sent the over payment back, when they did the original money bounced and they were out the overpayment which was in the thousands. This company calls itself Jet Post, the employment contract has no address or phone number on it.

Jacquelyn –

Victim Location 63841

Type of a scam Employment

Was hired as a shipping inspector for decent pay. 560 a week plus bonuses, to inspect packages and reship them. Signed an employment agreement and provided proof of my valid driver’s license, I hope they don’t steal my identity.

Raquel –

Victim Location 98665

Type of a scam Employment

Its scam! We tried to apply for a job work from home. I found it out that all info are fake. application form comes from another company.

We got an accident to send our info to scammer. Please help! To remove an internet. Thanks!

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