Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#2067 by scam_free Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:05 pm
Tell me what you think. I researched and found nothing but sounds fishy to me...how about you all?

From Robert Tannen Mon Sep 3 03:45:20 2007
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Subject: Shipping/Receiving manager position
Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2007 06:45:20 -0400
Organization: ERX Logistics L.L.C.
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Good Day ! If you are looking for 100% a legit job where you have to work to earn money not stay to earn money then this is the job for you.

My name is Robert Tannen, Recruiting Officer of the Customer Assistance Department of the ERX Logistics L.L.C.
I recently viewed your on-line resume on Monster.com and feel you qualify to be a Shipping/Receiving Manager with ERX Logistics L.L.C.

ERX Logistics L.L.C. is the fastest option for getting your deliveries where they need to be. We pride ourselves on the quality courier service that we offer. Operating internationally, we provide cost effective
shipping and delivery solutions, import services, packaging supplies and a highly popular mail forwarding service.

Great opportunity for you at a intercontinental company ERX Logistics, seeking a responsible individuals. Our company need a responsible individuals to become professionals in processing packages with digital equipment and documents.
This is a full-time stay-at-home job for people who don't have opportunity to work in office and like to have some extra-cash for their needs. Anyhow we need workers of maturity age, basic users of PC and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), who have prior Internet connection, graduators of a high-school
We offer $50.00 for every incoming package + we cover all the shipping expenses, major-medical insurance and dental insurance are guaranteed.

The cornerstone of our organization is the dedication and integrity demonstrated by our employees. We value our human resources as the major driving force of the business. Thus, our employees are provided with the best available resources to encourage professional and personal growth.

If you are interested in this position, e-mail us your resume and your contact telephone number, so that I can call you, and give you full details about the job.You will be contacted within 1-4 business days.


Thank you so very much for having the patient and time to read this email. We Look forward to hearing from you.

We are excited to have you join our organization and look forward to working with you.

Robert Tannen.
ERX Logistics L.L.C.
[email protected]

http://erxlogistics.com/index.html
http://www.erxlogistics.com/
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#2068 by scam_free Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:07 pm
Just received an email from the guy read this one:
From Robert Tannen Tue Sep 4 08:56:05 2007
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Hello (removed my name),

Yes, we have got your resume, and there is no need of sending it again,
but you can send us a covering letter and if it is not difficult, with
the resume again, to make our work easier. Yes, our site doesn't talk
about a need for workers at home because we only need workers once in a
while, and when we need them we always get them from monster.com. What
is expected of you, is that you shall receive packages with various
digital equipments, which shall be sent to your home by our company and
then all you have to do, is repack them and ship them out to our
customers. We shall then send you prepaid a label through email. You dont use
your money at all. Our company is legit, and we have been operating
since 1996 and so there should be no cause of alarm. Please send me your
contact number, so that I can give you more information about the job
and also answer all other questions. Thanks for the inquiry.

Robert Tannen.
ERX Logistics L.L.C.
[email protected]
http://www.erxlogistics.com

Monday, September 3, 2007, 9:57:06 PM, you wrote:

D> Hi please explain something to me before I send you a resume. Why
are you asking for a resume when you have it already as stated in your
email to me? Also I am at your site and do not see any
D> place that talks about employment opportunities? Also I am not sure
what is expected of me to do at home for your company. Your site
doesn’t talk about a need for workers at home. Please go into
D> more detail about my role in a response to this mail.
D> Please understand with all the fraud and scams out there I find it
strange to have to send something you already have. I do not give my
home number out until I have spoken with someone through
D> email and have found the company to be legit. While I await your
response to this email, I will search the net to see if there are pros and
or cons about your company.
D> Thanks

#2069 by Scam Patroller Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:20 pm
Hi Dam, yes, that's scam, they want you to act as the "mule", you would then be receiving packages, which would be mostly goods won at auctions like ebay, and sent to you by the victim, for you to pass on to another address in Eastern Europe, like Russia for example.

Or, they will purchase electronic goods from the internet with stolen credit cards and phished accounts, and have those goods sent to your address, for you to again forward to them in Europe, when red flags finally go up and people complain about being ripped off, the buck stops at your door, as that's where they were sent to.

The scammer is mailing you from the Netherlands according to their IP address:

http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/whois.ch?ip=85.17.97.53

It's not surprising that you can't find out much about this company, their website domain was only registered a few days ago, I have also seen the same website template used in other similar fake couriers and fake escrow sites, here is the Who-Is for the domain:

ERX LOGISTICS, L.L.C. - Logistics & Transportation Solutions
www.erxlogistics.com (whois)
81.222.133.226, (reverse ip), ns1.myns.bz., ELTEL

Domain Name: ERXLOGISTICS.COM
Registrar: ONLINENIC, INC.
Whois Server: whois.35.com
Referral URL: http://www.OnlineNIC.com
Name Server: NS1.MYNS.BZ
Name Server: NS2.MYNS.BZ
Status: ok
Updated Date: 23-aug-2007
Creation Date: 23-aug-2007
Expiration Date: 23-aug-2008


>>> Last update of whois database: Wed, 05 Sep 2007 01:05:58 UTC <<<


Registrant:
Juan Peneron [email protected] +6.505923719
srvs4you
668 Laurel Street
San Carlos,CA,PANAMA 94070


Domain Name:erxlogistics.com
Record last updated at 2007-08-23 07:29:57
Record created on 2007/8/23
Record expired on 2008/8/23


Domain servers in listed order:
ns1.myns.bz ns2.myns.bz

Administrator:
Juan Peneron [email protected] +6.505923719
srvs4you
668 Laurel Street
San Carlos,CA,PANAMA 94070

Technical Contactor:
Juan Peneron [email protected] +6.505923719
srvs4you
668 Laurel Street
San Carlos,CA,PANAMA 94070

Billing Contactor:
Juan Peneron [email protected] +6.505923719
srvs4you
668 Laurel Street
San Carlos,CA,PANAMA 94070


Registration Service Provider:
name: Rustelekom Ltd.
tel: +1.8666254678
fax: +1.9782465632
web:http://nameservers.ru


The email address of the domain registrant, [email protected], has been used in other frauds, see the Google cache:

http://www.google.com/search?client=ope ... 8&oe=utf-8

I will list this website on www.419eater.com for someone to get it killed, thanks for posting, and if they have your personal details and personal email address, you would be advised to cease any future contact with them.
Last edited by Scam Patroller on Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:43 pm, edited 2 times in total.

Remember, if it seems to good to be true, then it is.

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#2070 by scam_free Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:28 pm
Thanks for the info. The strange part is they responded to my email in which I pretty much told them they are scammers without having to say it directly. Why bother to respond to me when they could have walked away and tried someone else? Plus whats this with sending me equipment and then me repacking it and shipping it. Why not ship it directly from their end? Too strange to pass up stringing them along. The only info they have is the address for email and maybe my resume from pulling it off of monsters if they did. Other then that I never game them any info and never had it in my mind to do it LOL. I just love stringing them along.
Any help in stoping them I am all for doing it so you do your thing and I will keep pisting this all over. Just put it over at scams.com. I am a member there and have been for years.

#2071 by Scam Patroller Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:40 pm
Many scammers will carry on mailing you even when you blatently call them a scammer, it's all part of the scammers psychology, the intended victim thinks they have called them out as scamemrs, and are then surprised that they respond, this tends to make many victims more trusting.

The thing with getting the goods sent to a mule, is just to put another obstacle in the way of law enforcement. It's wiser for the scammer to have it sent to a victim acting as a mule.

This is how the mule scam pans out, true story:

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industrie ... over_x.htm

How a reshipment gets done

USA TODAY examined a paper trail of e-mails, letters, credit card statements, packing receipts and mailing labels that Karl kept of his work as a mule and pieced together this account of an illegal reshipment:

April 18. Someone from a bogus Web site at the center of the scam, kflogistics.biz, tests a $1 charge on iWon.com, a prize-giveaway Web page, using a Bank One Visa credit card number stolen from Brian Spoutz, a 48-year-old San Jose, Calif., software salesman. A Visa investigator notified him about the compromised card in May, Spoutz says.

April 20. Kflogistics.biz uses Spoutz's Visa card to place an order at Newegg.com for a $2,607 digital camera and extra memory. It directs shipment of two separate parcels to a home in Gilroy, Calif.

April 22. FedEx attempts to deliver the parcels, but the reshipper in Gilroy has gotten cold feet and rejects the delivery. Using FedEx's online tracking, Michael Birman of kflogistics.biz notes the failed delivery, contacts FedEx and redirects delivery to Karl in Grass Valley, Calif. Birman then alerts Karl via e-mail to watch for the two parcels.

April 23. Birman goes to USPS.com. Using a hot credit card number, Birman purchases a $48 Global Express Mail shipping label addressed to Roman Radeckiy in Moscow, then downloads the new label as a JPEG image file. Birman attaches the JPEG file to an e-mail to Karl, instructing Karl to combine the two parcels into one box, affix the label and mail to Radeckiy.

April 24. FedEx delivers the parcels to Karl in Grass Valley.

April 27. Karl prints out the JPEG label. Karl repacks the camera and memory into one box, affixes the printed JPEG label and completes the reshipment.

"The operation was amazing," says Karl. "It was highly coordinated."
Last edited by Scam Patroller on Tue Mar 18, 2008 4:10 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Remember, if it seems to good to be true, then it is.

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#2072 by scam_free Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:54 pm
OMG and here I thought I saw the worst with the checks and money order scams.

#2078 by sheboppe Wed Sep 05, 2007 2:53 am
NBC Dateline correspondent Chris Hansen did a story on this very scam a couple of months ago. Different scammers but so many innocent peopel were tricked into receiving goods and reshipping them. They had to prove their innocence in the scam, and it was a true nightmare for those people. The best thing to do is ignore the email and cut off contact. .

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