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East Shipping

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Reshipping Scams |   Business Alert

9 Spencer Drive Bldg 4
Bellow Falls, VT 05101
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(888) 355-0114

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1 complaints closed in last 3 years.

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Our records indicate the company failed to respond to the one complaint brought to its attention.

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Complaint Closing Statistics

1 complaints against East Shipping closed in last 3 years.
Complaints Type of response
0 Making a full refund, as the consumer requested
0 Making a partial refund
0 Agreed to make an adjustment
0 Refusing to make an adjustment
0 Refuse to adjust, relying on terms of agreement
1 Unanswered

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Company Info

This company's business is reshipping scams.

Primary Contact: Customer Service
Business Started: N/A

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Comments and Analysis

We believe this company is operating what is commonly referred to as "reshipping" or "parcel mule" scam. Fraudulent perpetrators often contact prospective victims with "job vacancy" ads via spam emails, letters, newspaper ads, Internet chat rooms, job search web sites, or in response to job profiles posted online. Jobs are usually advertised as a "logistics manager", "shipping manager", "shipping director", "delivery employee", or similar titles. They offer the chance to earn easy money, usually just requiring that you have a computer with web access, a phone, and stipulations that you are available at your home to accept deliveries. Some fraudsters even ask mules to sign official-looking contracts of employment. Once recruited, parcel mules will receive merchandise, often purchased with stolen credit card information, and send it to other people involved in the scam.

The worker may not know that the items were purchased with stolen credit card or banking information. The criminals behind the scheme are aware of this and need the mules to accept the fraudulently acquired items on their behalf. This gets them off the radar of officials that are following the scam. When the authorities follow the trail, they are often led to the worker instead of the true culprit. The worker may even get paid for reshipping the products, but payment is often made from fraudulent accounts which frequently are shut down, or checks sent as payment are often counterfeit.

While these job offers may seem like a dream, you could be opening yourself to a nightmare including being held criminally liable for your part in the scheme. Remember that you will be the easiest part of the chain to track down and supplying any information to the perpetrators may also put you at risk from identity fraud. Payments received will be recovered as they are the proceeds of fraud and you may responsible for paying back the cost of the stolen goods. Furthermore, if you paid any shipping cost out of pocket for postage or supplies with the hopes of being reimbursed, the funds will more than likely never be recovered. If you see an opportunity to make some easy money and the offer seems too good to be true, then it probably is!

Be cautious about any unsolicited offers or opportunities offering you the chance to make easy money, especially offers from people or companies overseas as it is harder for you to find out if they really are who they say they are. Take steps to verify any company which makes you a job offer and check their contact details (address, phone number, email address and web site) are correct. Never give your bank details or personal information to anyone unless you know and trust them.

Other Considerations

We believe this company is operating what is commonly referred to as "reshipping" or "parcel mule" scam. Please see the comments an analysis section for more information.

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