PMS-INTERNATIONAL, LLC promised similar incentives to AM Smart Sales, LLC... Initially I received an email from Nicky Hankerson, who found me on Indeed.com. She stated I would be paid $3,100/month to receive packages at home, inspect them for damages, take photos of the product and packing slip, upload them to a dashboard and then re-mail the package via USPS, UPS & FedEx with a slip they supply via a dashboard. They even offered bonuses and vacation pay. Obviously, this seemed to good to be true. But initially I did not find anything negative when searching for reviews about PMS International LLC online and their website looked legit, so I decided to play along. I then received a call from a lady named Esther who reiterated what Nicky stated via email. She sent me a link with an instructional video which was very professional explaining the process and I received a job application via DocuSign from Melissa Afra. This also seemed very legit so I continued with the process feeling more secure about the prospect. After submitting my application, I received a call from the "manager", Mary White (who had a vey thick accent - their website was designed by a company in the Ukraine). She congratulated me for being hired and instructed me on the next steps. She emailed me access to a shipping dashboard which again seemed very legit and professional so I continued on. I started to begin receiving packages and followed the steps. I continued investigating further, however, as I was still very skeptical of how easy the process was for $3,100/month. Also, I did not like that shipments were coming to my address with different names (never addressed to the actual customer's address). The address PMS-INT.com uses on their website is 545 Washington Blvd. in Jersey City, NJ (but no suite #). So I thought I should call the building management office for a directory. PMS was no where to be found. I emailed Mary inquiring whether this was a scam, figuring out already that I was duped. Of course, she said it was not. Then low and behold, all the shipments which were scheduled to be delivered to my house magically disappeared from my dashboard. Eventually I discovered the usual suspects: Mary White and Melissa Alfra and the same number: 209-890-8936 posted here under AM Smart Sales, LLC . Luckily I caught on before I fell in too deep. Since then I’ve gotten some PayPal credit card refusals sent to my address under different names and had to get Life Lock to avoid the possibility of identity theft since they have my personal info. It's not a good feeling... Avoid PMS-INTERNATIONAL LLC (not to be confused with PMS International in the U.K., which is legit). Of course, they will change their business name, LLC, website url, phone numbers and physical addresses and continue leeching on their next unsuspecting victims once people catch on. Don’t waist your time, gas, money and resources. Unfortunately, sometimes when things seem to good to be true, they are. But hopefully sites like this will help get them caught.
Employment Agreement: https://goo.gl/hhki8k
Employment Explainer Video: http://pc.cd/N28
LLC Should be taken away and they should be thrown in jail for various crimes (identity & credit card theft and illegal business practices).
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