GlobalDeliveryXpress.com Pkg Forwarding-Reshipping Job Scam
Beware of the website, Globaldeliveryxpress.com! The domain was just registered AGAIN on 2/9/2016 under the business name Global Delivery Xpress Limited, 34-40 HIGH STREET, WANSTEAD, LONDON E11 2RJ. Below is a screenshot of the website:
However this is NOT the real legitimate companies website or location! Here is the Google streetview of 34-40 HIGH STREET, WANSTEAD, LONDON. You’ll notice there is no Global Delivery Xpress at this location:
It appears scammers has stolen the identity of the legitimate Global Delivery Xpress Limited currently located at Unit 2A, Galleymead Road Colnbrook Berkshire SL3 0EN United Kingdom and the legitimate business website is located at www.gdxpress.co.uk. Below is the streetview photo of the legitimate business and the screenshot of their business website:
This is not the first time scammers has targeted this business. They have been operating a reshipping/pkg forwarding scam at globaldeliveryxpress.com off and on since as far back as 2012! Read the complaints filed at Ripoff Report Here!
Because the 34-40 High Street address was once listed as the registered administrative mailing address for the legitimate company in 2005, it still appears as the address in several business directories listed in a google search. This is how the scammers has been able to fool their potential “employees” into believing they are working for the legitimate business when in fact, they are not.
Here is a screenshot of the home based Correspondence Manager job openings listed on the globaldeliveryxpress.com careers page:
Keep in mind that if you accept any work from home job offer that requires you to accept packages/parcels at your home to relabel and reship elsewhere, that you may be accepting and re-shipping items to criminals that was purchased with stolen credit card information and you may not be paid a dime and if you do get paid the check will probably be fake. What’s worse is you could be prosecuted for receiving stolen goods and/or mail fraud since the stolen items are being sent to your home! DON’T be a victim!
REPORT MAIL 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.
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. They 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 your accounts and alerts and protects you from identity theft.
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