Day & Lee printing supplies contact me via email for a job proposition. With 2 children and being out of work I needed a job. The website looked 100% real, google searches and scam sites did not turn up any negative information when I was propositioned @ August 11th. The company seems legit, I went ahead and agreed to work for them. The company portal where you manage packages, correspondence was extensive and seemed real. No red flags. I was to receive packages, mark them as received in the portal, a prepaid shipping label as added to the portal, I printed out labels, wrapped gifts, added shipping label and dropped them off at the post office as instructed. No red flags. Everything seemed legit. All packages received went to different addresses, labels were prepaid, no money out of my pocket, seems real right? Now, over a dozen packages in I get a letter in the mail to my address but another name. The name is a customer who's package arrived at my house and I shipped it. It was a letter from Verizon wireless letting this customer know there were fraudulent charges to his account. Major red flag. I conducted another google search that turned up 3 reports of scam on this company since the end of august after I conducted my initial search which turned up nothing negative. This company is using innocent people to ship stolen goods. Electronic, watches, clothes, etc. I have reported this company to The fair trading commission and I am going about to see what else I can do to get these people and company shut down. It seems 100% real, but it is not. Handling stolen goods is a crime. If you are contacted, report them right away!Show more...
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