Pckglogistics.com Logistics Clerk Scam Alert
Beware of another Reshipping-Forwarding scam operating as PACKAGE LOGISTICS INC at www.pckglogistics.com. They are sending “job offer” emails that originates from Sat Link in Russia and then follows up from an email address that originates from Abovenet Communications in Denver Colorado.
The website www.pckglogistics.com was registered on 06/15/2015 for 1 year and is registered to someone named Olga V. Antonova with a mailing address in g. Moskva Russia. However the address on the website is 7409 37TH AVE, JACKSON HEIGHTS, NEW YORK, 11372, USA and the Phone # shown is 646 583 2710. Below is a screenshot of the website:
Olga V. Antonova in Russia also registered the domain www.shipexpressinc.com on 05/27/2015 for 1 year but the website shows the business address as 25-12 STEINWAY STREET, ASTORIA, NEW YORK, 11103, USA
TEL: (646) 480-7032. A screenshot of the website shown below you see is identical to the pckglogistics.com website except for the logo:
You can read one scam victims experience below they had with www.shipexpressinc.com in 2013 when the website showed a different business address in Rochester New York, This is copied from Ripoff Report here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ship-Express-Inc/Rochester-New-York-14615/Ship-Express-Inc-Electronic-Reshipping-Scam-Rochester-New-York-1053689
May 22, 2013
I was laid off from work last October. Since then besides being on unemployment I have been vigorously looking for a job. On April 19 I noticed a job with Ship-Express Inc for a shipping coordinator for which I applied to get some, part-time income. The website which I have enclosed copies of seemed legitimate and the items I was shipping were allowed legally to be shipped to these countries. I applied for the position on April 19 and spoke with John Watson from the company. On April 22 they told me they were verifying my information so I could begin my probationary period in approximately 2 days. On April 30 they notified me that the first parcel was on its way to me for me to reship. When the items arrived I removed all the excess packaging, re-insulated them, and repacked them into flat rate express boxes to be shipped within 24 hours. During my time with them I sent five shipments (two shipments with one item per box & three shipments with two items per box) to the address that they provided me. They paid me for the expense of shipping and were going to pay me $25 per shipment for the labor of repacking, filling out appropriate documents, sending in the post office, and forwarding receipts and return.
On May 11 I e-mailed them because of a Visa bill arriving at my home address to a name used on their packing slips and I asked them to stop this from happening. They assured me they would take care of this and it was an accident. On May 14 I e-mailed them again because of more bills arriving at my home address with the same name they used in their packing slips. On May 15 they let me know that this was an accident and it would be corrected. During my time with this company my instructions were that I was to log onto their site every day to check in. On Monday, May 20 the site would not accept my password and I notified them by e-mail and never received a reply . On May 21 I was called by a person named Lauren from the Dell computer company who asked me about a shipment that I had received and asked me to return it. I told her about the company I was working for that forwarded shipments. Lauren told me that this was fraud and then I was scammed on the Internet. Lauren then wanted more information and I needed to verify her identity before I felt comfortable to release the information and asked to call her back at Dell. I did call back and verified that Lauren does work for Dell. Dell left the following claim number which was 20130517-APP-15512. I have copies of all communication with this company:
- Copies of e-mail correspondence with this company
- Copies of receipts and documents for all the shipments done for this company
- Copies of the website of this company
- Copies of some of the packing slips that came with the products
- Copies of the credit card mail sent to me
- Copies of the PayPal receipts of the money forwarded to me for postage
So far I lost $250.00 from this site. Could be more. time will tell. They will not respond to my emails. My password no longer works to access. Ship-expressinc.com website remains open to prey upon more innocent victims. They are advertising for more shipping coordinators. Careful you could lose a lot of money. I have been told they are also involved in credit card & identity theft
Looks like they repurposed the Ship-Express Inc company name and changed it to SHIPPING EXPRESS CORP.
The Pckglogistics.com Recruiting Emails
Below is a copy of the initial job offer email:
Subject: Job opportunity for (Name)
From: firstname.lastname@example.org via gator3208.hostgator.com
POSITION: Logistics Clerk.
Salary: up to 20/hour
We offer a competitive compensation commensurate with experience. We also offer brilliant and wide-ranging benefits including a 401(k) package, stock purchase plan, etc.
Assembles orders and prepares goods for sending
Maintains delivery data, including weight, charges and space availability
Collects and unpacks materials and supplies
Completes shipping and receiving reports
A High School diploma (or equivalent) required
The candidate must be detailed oriented, well organized, able to write legibly and read English
You must have computer skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office required
Must be able to understand different material measuring systems such as weight, length, volume, each along with an understanding of fractions and decimals
Ability to learn, understand, and follow our policies and procedures
You must be a U.S. Person (Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizen)
Send your Resume to our email.
Then here’s a copy of the second email they send:
Subject: Re: Job opportunity for (name)
From: Steve McMillan <email@example.com>
Greetings, dear applicant!
First of all we would like to thank you for your attention to our company.
My name is Mr. Steve McMillan, I am a Hiring Department specialist at PACKAGE LOGISTICS INC. Our website is www.pckglogistics.com
The primary line of our company’s activity is correspondence and distribution for customers all over the world wanting to trade on the Internet.
Why our business exists:
We offer our services to residents of different countries who want to buy and sell at Internet stores servicing the United States, European Union and Canada, but find it difficult because of shipping restrictions and complicated transactions.
As a result, thousands of people cannot easily access the huge market with high quality products at low prices, that America and the European countries have created.
Our company’s service makes buying and selling easy and possible with street addresses that can be legally used for shipping purposes.
Much like you have a friend or relative in United States or European Union, our Product Forwarding Contractors residing in these countries inspect and repackage the contents, fix the boxes and forward the packages of merchandise bought or sold on the Internet to customers in final destination countries. Also we provide guarantees and insurance service.
That is why we contract with people like you for parcel and mail forwarding. Also, we will need smart, responsible people who can be trained for management positions.
Products usually shipped through our service:
– Luxury items such as watches and jewelry
– Sport equipment
– Small electronics such as laptops, cameras, cell phones, tablets, GPS, PC components, etc.
– Clothing, shoes, handbags etc.
– Small auto parts
IMPORTANT: We never offer to ship illegal or restricted for export or import materials and technologies.
All parcels are compact enough to be processed within the room of a regular-sized house.
Each address you will ship packages to – is our sorting facility. The packages are being shipped to our customers, but you don’t see their names and addresses on shipping labels. The package is being inspected and re-shipped further after it arrives at our facility.
We have several types of customers.
1. – Some of them are residents of different countries – they buy products online for themselves and use our service to.
2. – some of them are residents of United States, but they live outside of the US and use our service to receive their personal correspondence, financial correspondence like bills or invoices and buy products online.
3. – Some of our customers are sellers, who trade through our system. Usually they live in US, Canada and European Union and sell goods to their clients in different countries.
Your primary responsibilities as a Product Forwarding Contractor will be:
1. – You will be receiving mail and packages from our company and its clients at your physical residential address;
2. – You will be sending reports to an assigned, personal manager, who will contact you after we finish with hiring process;
3. – You will remove all labels and stickers from outside of the box(It confuses postal workers very often);
4. – You will be inspecting the contents of parcels if it will be requested by your manager or the box is damaged;
5. – You will be repackaging content. The box should be appropriate for international shipping;
6. – You will be fixing the damaged boxes. The contents should get to the customer safe and sound.
7. – You will be re-labeling parcels received at your address by attentively following instructions which your manager will send by email.
8. – Then you will be completing forms and paperwork as instructed — one for each parcel to be forwarded. Never use the same shipping label to send more than one package.
9. – And finally you will be forwarding parcels according to instructions sent by your manager. (You will receive prepaid shipping labels so you are not responsible for any cost of shipping.)
10. – After that you will only need to send small “shipping report” to your manager, which means, that you finished the task successfully.
Important note: There are no start-up fees, investment or other costs related to this position.
Salary and bonuses:
-Your base monthly salary is $2500.00;
-One Package reshipping: $25.00. If you ship 2 packages combined into one box – you get paid for 2 packages. If you ship the contents of one box repackaged separately in 2 parcels – you get paid for 2 packages;
-Envelope reshipping: $10.00;
-Storing of packages (If it was our fault): $10.00 per parcel for each 5-day period;
During the first month you will receive 30-60 packages, If we are satisfied by your performance and you wish to continue, you will be transferred to our key staff and on the second and subsequent months you will be receiving around 200+ packages.
After you finish the first month – one of our accounting department representatives will contact you to discuss the matter of health insurance, taxes and vacation time frame.
Your first pay date will be at the end of one month from the date when you have shipped your first package and each month after that by company paycheck or, if you prefer, PayPal transfer, Bank transfer or direct deposit.
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: To qualify for this position, You or an adult family member must be at home Monday through Friday during regular delivery hours in your area to sign for parcels. They cannot be left unattended at the door.
!!!Please confirm that mentioned requirement is feasible.
Please complete an Application Form to move forward with your employment.
For more information about position please read through Job Description attached or visit our website.
Please feel free to ask any questions you may have about our company and this position. I look forward to hear from you again.
Please reply directly to this email message, don’t compose new message to answer. We need to save the history.
Mr. Steve McMillan,
Hiring department specialist
PACKAGE LOGISTICS INC. [Company # 4501538]
Along with the application (shown below) attached to the email:
They’ve gone to great lengths to make this reshipping scam look legitimate but of course it’s not. You’ll be reshipping merchandise overseas to the scammers that was more than likely purchased with stolen credit cards which is mail fraud and any compensation you receive if any at all will more than likely be a fake counterfeit check or stolen funds.
What to do if You Are 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 have mistakenly provided scammers any of your personal details such as your drivers license, social security number, credit card or banking information, you need to contact the 3 credit bureaus- TransUnion, Equifax and Experian, and place a fraud alert on your report. I also recommend you also get some sort of identity protection such as the services offered through companies like LifeLock-Visit Their Website Here!
I have same experience, I give my bank account details to Nikolas and my Resume. and were just talking via email and giving me instruction what should i do, they send me amount of money $2300 and they said i have 11% commission for that, in that day and told me to withdraw the money and send it via moneygram, I withdraw the $2000 only because the bank has a limit. so they told me to send the 2000 in moneygram and the rest of it they just going to put on the next order. The next day they email me again that i have a new order so they send another $2300 on my account, but unfortunately i just withdraw the 1400, i told them im going to send the 880 in the morning and they said ok. i did a research in the internet abou their company and I’ve seen that it was a Fraud, so i was so scared and i called the my bank if they can closed my account which they did, in the morning i went to the branch of my bank and tell them what happen so the bank called the Fraud investigators and they said that it was really a Fraud, so the bank look at my statements of account how much the scammer send money to me and ask me for the receipt of moneygram. so i gave it to them, the bank took all the money which i need to send to the scammer. that night the scammer keep emailing me telling me that i need to send the rest of the money which is the $880 ASAP, so i was so scared i went to the police station and report about it and that time Nikolas ring me on my phone and told me to send the money, I gave my phone to the police man so he can speak to nikolas and nikolas said that he will call a police if i wont give his money back. I am so scared maybe he will send someone and kill me. he knows where i lived!! and one thing the police told me that it was a stolen money that he keep sending me and he was using my bank account and my details. dont know what should I do im so stressed out, im such a stupid idiot
I’m so sorry you became a victim of these criminals. I know it’s a scary thing to deal with and all kind of scary things go through your mind when you realize you have been scammed especially when these creeps try to threaten and intimidate you. But I wouldn’t worry to much about them sending someone to your house since these jerks usually operate from foreign countries like Russia or whatever country they have you wire the money to. They are only interested in getting their hands on the money because they know once the money is wired and picked up on their end, you will be the one that will be held responsible for the money they stole and they walk away unscathed. However I would worry about them stealing your identity though and trying to obtain credit in your name. So you might want to get some identity theft protection.
I think I am a member of the scam. I was promised a paycheck from Finland and they also told me they were added me to their database so I can receive more packages. I have gotten paid and they are not responding to my emails I have a package here but they don’t seem to care about it. I am such a sucker
Firstly, congratulations on the site.
I really think you should drop the “Stop Googling their names” banner.
Googling one of “their names” helped me find this site and I am a firm believer that, as far as dodgy companies / websites / job offers are concerned: GIYF – Google is Your Friend!
If we could educate every recipient of an emailed job offer to search the internet for the associated name, telephone number or email address, there would be a few less victims.
Best wishes, and keep up the good work
Thanks for the comment I agree with you about google and google has definitely been a friend to this site in which it’s purpose is to help prevent victims from various job scams. The banner is not intended to discourage using google for that purpose whatsoever. But I do see your point. 😉