Fast Delivery Group Reshipping Scam Fstdeliverygrp.com
Beware job seekers of yet another Reshipping scam company called Fast Delivery Group! Fstdeliverygrp.com was just registered for one year only on 7/19/2016 to someone named Patrick Jolley, 3390 Heritage Road, Fresno CA 93721 Phone # +1.6318655543 using the email address email@example.com (execs.com is a common domain name that scammers has used in various “419” Advance Fee Scams).
The business address listed on the website however, is 17888 67th Court North Loxahatchee, FL 33470 Phone:(904) 638-5494 which is a private residence and is the same address used on the website we warned our readers about previously back in June and you can read about it here: Beware Of A Suspicious Website At KitchenHelpService.Com
Below is a screenshot of the website at fstdeliverygrp.com:
Notice how it tells visitors that they will get “A 100% real street address in the United States” which basically means they use the reshipping mules addresses whom the scammers targeted by email with a fraudulent job offer!
REPORT MAIL FRAUD!
You can visit the USPIS website here for more details about re-shipping fraud.
If you believe you’re a victim of a re-shipping/forwarding scam, file a complaint with Postal Inspectors online or call Postal Inspectors at 1-877-876-2455 (option 4, Mail Fraud).
Also report the scam at http://ic3.gov which is the official site working in conjunction with the FBI to help stop internet crime.
Are You A Victim Of A Job Scam?
If you provided any personal details such as birthdate or Social Security number to the scammers, you need to contact the 3 credit bureaus- TransUnion, Equifax and Experian, and place a fraud alert on your report. These scammers can steal your identity and may try and obtain credit in your name. This will alert you for at least 90 days about any suspicious activity.
In the hands of a thief your personal information can be used over and over months- even years down the road to:
Open new lines of credit
Seek medical attention
Drain savings and retirement accounts
Provide an alias when arrested
Get a job or file false tax returns
Get Payday Loans in your name
Obtain service agreements for cellular service or utilities
Obtain Government Documents such as a drivers license or passport
That’s why I highly recommend you get some sort of ongoing identity theft protection such as the services offered through companies like LifeLock-Visit Their Website Here or Identity Force-visit their website here!
LifeLock and Identity Force are both reputable companies that monitors all your accounts and alerts and protects you from identity theft.
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