They sent me an email asking me if i wanted to work as an order processor. They promised a monthly salary of $2400 which would start after a training period of about a month. I sent pkgs for a month. It was always difficult to contact anyone at this company number, and they only answered emails sometimes. I asked a lot of questions regarding their practices on shipping and payment policy. After my training period was over, they locked me out of my acct and i cannot get in contact with anyone via phone or email.
So don't waste your time. When i looked them up online earlier this month i saw the previous complaint and i asked them about it but was told that it was made by a guy that was angry with them bc his pkg was damaged and he threatened to "make trouble for the company". So don't believe anything they tell u. If you receive an email from them, delete it!
I didn't lose any money, I paid $.15/printed label and got some free shipping supplies from Fedex. But i lost a lot of time and energy.
I don't need anything. Just wanted to share my experiences.
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My neighbor was contacted in reference to a job . It was for order processing. He worked for Control Auctions INC. ( phone number 773-360-0533, employee login page: http://office.controlauctions.... ) for a month. After some discrepancies with his account became apparent, I looked up everything I could about Order Processing and found Forward Shipping to invariably be a fraud. We contacted the FBI and let them know about it, and now I am putting the word out everywhere that Control Auctions should be avoided at all costs. He received a phone call (from phone number 973-915-4153) and when I called the number back using my friend's phone, was told that I was speaking with an officer Eric Parker, from the FBI. He had a very thick accent. There were others in the background speaking on other phones by the sound of it, all of whom had accents. He told me that I'd committed tax fraud and that he was going to forward my paperwork to his superiors. I told him I needed the name of his superior; he did not give it to me and hung up, the whole time trying to convince me that I was in trouble. The only money lost fortunately, was the $20 that my friend spent in getting tape, packing materials and ink for my printer in order to fulfill the duties that he had agreed to in the contract. We believe the 2 instances are related because the liaison for control auctions and the supposed FBI agent have identical accents (both of whom I have recordings) and the second number tried to contact my neighbor only after he turned down a phone call from control auctions.Show more...
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