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caretogether-usaFake Company

This is just a fake company, (as a charity company who serve for children) who offers a dispatching packing position to a desperate job seekers, they can offer to pay you around 30-50 dollars per package, you just have to receive the packages, they will send you the USPS or UPS electronic Custom forms PAID, and you just have to drop it in the UPS or any other office with the form already paid by Internet. everything looks good until the day that they have to pay you, YOU on the other hand didn't spend a single dollar on this "work" but your name is already on the system as shipper to another countries, and bottom line they will offer you to pay you with products, that you can pick up over the Internet for more than the money that they owe you, this is only because they are taking personal information from some other people and buying all over the Internet web sites all kind of electronics and toys and some other products, and shipped out overseas
this is knowing as ID THEFT. If you start doing this in a few days they will use your address and you will start receiving all kind of banks and CC statements, new credit cards, and authorization forms confirmations for changed address, or information about some other people with your address, as they live there. If you are already in this 'business', do not ship nothing and keep all the good electronics and packages that you received for yourself, and report the case.


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    bigman2328 Mar 16, 2012

    they owe me money can someone tell me how to get it or how to contact them

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    bigman2328 Mar 16, 2012

    yea the same here they sent me pacakges and i sent them and the pay wasnt right so i reported the as of this day they owe me money.if u are n same both r if u was can someone tell me how can i get the money they owe me

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    AcerBlows Mar 13, 2012

    Someone offered to pay you around 30-50 dollars per package, you just have to receive the packages...and you saw nothing wrong with that? Then you put your personal information on it? And go online and tell people that it's a scam and fraud and ID Theft ? Ya Think?
    Unless the package was from Peru and full of cocaine, I would think the only advantage is getting your info.
    I always laugh at that stuff. Thinking it's not possible that anyone could actually fall for that. I stand corrected.

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    fraudvictim2012 Feb 08, 2012

    I came to know about due to a package arriving at my house that we did not order. I called the shipper, who was someone who sold the item on EBay, supposedly to my husband. The seller mentioned that she received an email requesting the item be shipped to a different address (in California), but she had already shipped the item to the address on the PayPal account. This one little box, containing an Acer Tablet, led me to discover this fraud ring running under

    Someone had set up fraudulent EBay, PayPal, and Bill Me Later accounts using my husband's name, address, SSN, birth date, AmEx card, etc. They had so much information, and it was perfectly set up for us not to ever find out. Well, perhaps after Bill Me Later's 6 months until you have to pay ran out, and they started actually contacting us via US Mail, vs sending statements to the email address of the person who set up the fraudulent accounts. Bill Me Later DOES NOT report their accounts to the credit agencies, so when we tried to see where the money came from to pay for the items, we couldn't see anything amiss on our credit reports. We had to fight to get PayPal and Bill Me Later to tell us any information, because we didn't set up the accounts - so even though it was all of our (my husband's) information, they wouldn't tell us anything. They were protecting the crook, not the fraud victim.

    I tracked down the person at the address the EBay Buyer (using my husband's name) had requested the item be sent to (claiming to be out of town). She told me she answered an ad on for an online company called It was her understanding that she was receiving donated items for the 'needy children' this website claims to help, and reshipping them to said children.

    Both her and my husband have filed complaints with the FBI, FTC, USPS inspector, and local police.

    We are one of the many victims of the identity theft perpetrated under The woman I spoke with who worked for them reshipping the packages said in the 2 months she'd worked for them, she'd received and reshipped about 40 packages. That is 40 more fraud victims. She started getting change of address cards sent to her home related to the people's names who had been on the original packaging (like my husband's name would have been, had the EBay seller honored the request to ship to an alternate address). She also started receiving credit card statements in other people's names at her address.

    In the week or two since contacting that 'employee', she has refused to receive several more packages that were sent to her address. So, just this one person who answered that craigslist ad has close to 50 fraud victims associated with her address. How many more people answered those ads?

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    arnaud4 Dec 06, 2011
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    I just quit that job right now. Did you stay with any of the packages ?

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