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resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I was emailed from [protected]@skyline-finance.com for a Home based Correspondence Manager position. This job description was as follows:
1.Receive correspondence from our company or its clients at his/her residential address;
2.Send a timely report to our manager (every candidate will be included in a manager's lists);
3.Repack received items following the instructions our manager will send to you, check them for missing parts (if needed);
4.Fill in the forms and papers as indicated in our manager's instructions (you will receive an e-mail with instructions for each package);
5.Ship the packages out using the specified shipping method (at this moment we use EMS, every USPS office can ship with EMS Global Express);
6.Send a timely report to our manager including all demanded information regarding shipped package(s)
The idea of the company was to send correspondence (mail) from customers old home to their new home overseas. They then put all the 'customers' address as my address, then I was to go through the stuff and make sure it was all there. Then ship it off.
The first package came with a different name on it than the receiver's name. So I contacted Skyline Finance and they stated they were gifts for the receiver for using the program and they were using employee credit cards. Not thinking much of it, I sent the stuff. Then more and more packages came. I sent them off. Then I received a phone call from one of the 'employees'. They were not an employee, the company had stole their credit card information and everything was being shipped to my home. I spoke with the 'employee' and told them all the information I had and haven't heard from them since.
I wrote a letter of resignation, emailed it, and returned the three packages that I had still back to where they came from. One was via UPS and two via FEDEX. I had contacted both fedex and ups and let them know what was going on and they came and picked up the packages.
I guess I'm writing this because I need some help, possibly even some legal advice. I've been hearing people are getting in trouble for mail fraud for these types of scams that they were unaware of in the first place. I am a victim. To the public eye it seems as if I have stole the credit card information and had the items sent to my home for personal use. This is not true. I have all the emails and information for all the transactions that were done. I have even put them all on a disc in case something happens to the files. Is there anything else I can do that anyone knows of? Please Help! Thank You for reading and PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR THIS COMPANY, THEY ARE FRAUDS!!