Logistics ASAP LLC

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Phillip –

Victim Location 30442

Total money lost $200

Type of a scam Employment

I also offered a job through email by a company name Logistics ASAP LLC. The job was a home-based job, and I was told by the hiring manager that the only thing I was required to do was receive and check packages (make reports), and send goods via the mail courier offices. The employment requirements were: Be at least 21 years old; Be a US citizen or have a resident status that allows to work legally in the United States; Have Internet access, a camera, a cell phone, and scales. The compensation is what really caught my eye. When agreeing with this employment you agree to get a base salary ($3000). After probationary ( 30 days) your salary becomes structural:

base salary ($2500) + monthly bonus. You’ll get your base salary split bi-weekly ($1250 every 2 weeks) and

a bonus at the end of each month. Bonus depends on the results of your efforts – if you do not cause

delays, do not damage products, do not brake the rules, bonus rises up to 100% of your base salary and you

totally receive $5000. You will get paid at the end of the working month – you will receive the check for 3000 USD. Your working

month will start when you get the first package from our company. So in 30 days after that you will receive

your payment. $3000 a month is guaranteed payment. Bonuses are paid for additional work that may be

offered to you. Before I started, I was to fill out an employee agreement which is attached in the files below. Once I sent in a copy of my driver license and verification of my address, I started receiving packages immediately. I was receiving 3 to 4 packages a day via FedEx, UPS, and USPS. Once I inspect the packages, I would receive a prepaid label and I would ship them off. I shipped my first package off on December 27, 2017. In the agreement, I was told that I work for 30 days, and then I would receive my first check. Once it got close to the end of my probationary period, I receive an message from my supervisor that the check was sent out via mail and that it would come to me on January 20, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. The check never came. I tried to contact the supervisor and the hiring manager via email and phone numerous times and I got no response. After the 20th of January, I didn’t receive any more packages. Nor have I shipped off any more packages.

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