Has Anyone Heard Of My Open Borders (Package Handler Job)?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by ThreeD, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. ThreeD

    ThreeD New Member

    I received an e-mail about a job through Careerbuilder.com. I replied to the e-mail and then received this reply:

    Dear Daniel,

    Thank you, for your submission.

    We appreciate your interest in employment with us.

    FIVE EASY STEPS TO START:

    1. Please see the "Job Description" file for more details about the position. If you have any questions ??“ ask me. Also see our FAQ.

    2. Fill out "Application Form" electronically.

    3. To verify your identity you have to send us a scan of your ID, passport or DL.
    You may use scanner/digital camera/web camera.
    Your document will only be used for verification purposes and will be stored in a secure area.

    4. Fill out "Employment Agreement" electronically, then print and sign it.

    5. Just send everything back to me.

    We will screen all applicants and select candidates whose qualifications seem to meet our needs. We will carefully consider your application during the initial screening and will contact you if you are selected to continue in the recruitment process. We wish you every success.

    Note:
    Please visit our website for additional information about company and services.

    Please contact me with any questions you may have regarding the Employment Agreement or any of the attached materials or information.

    Regards,
    Kevin Reese
    Manager of My Open Borders

    TEL: (646) 233-3066
    FAX: (646) 496-9152


    After filling out the application and sending it back, I receive this reply:

    Dear Daniel,

    Your documents are received and they fully satisfy the company's requirements. We are excited that you have accepted our job offer and agreed upon your start date. I trust that this letter finds you mutually excited about your new employment.

    So, you are one of our team now.

    Shortly you'll start your work and get your first package.

    We'll provide you with detailed instructions.

    Please, follow this link for registration in Control Panel: http://myopenborders.com/panel/

    You are free to choose any user name and password.

    You must enter only your real data when registering.

    Our HR department will verify the coincidence of your registration data and along with the data from your Application Form.

    Only after this the registration will be approved.

    Our security meets all conditions of safety and confidentiality of all information you provide.

    Any information you provide will never be given to a third party.

    I am looking forward to your registration.

    After registration also see attached User's Manual: How to use the user panel.

    Note: From this time we will communicate with you by following email - myopenborders@usa.com. If you have any problems with registration please reply us to email written above. After registration please use internal mail from your user panel.


    Regards,
    Kevin Reese
    Manager of My Open Borders

    TEL: (646) 233-3066
    FAX: (646) 496-9152


    Also, yesterday I received a brand new and sealed Bose Sounddock Portable Digital Music System. The weird thing about it is it had my address, but someone else's name and phone number.

    I registered on the website and it shows the package information that I received and has the guy's name that was on the package, which is listed on the website as being a manager. Also, listed is a USPS tracking number.

    I followed the steps and marked the package as being 'received', just to see what it says. I then get another e-mail saying a new shipping label was created. So, I logged back into the website and downloaded the new shipping label. I am very suspicious now, because the new shipping label is for Russia. So, apparently, I am supposed to re-ship the item to Russia.

    So, am I correct in assuming that this is a scam? Sorry for the long post. I just wanted to list all the information that I have. Thanks!
     
  2. jay63ar

    jay63ar New Member

    Hi,

    Stay away from this one. It's a scam. I nearly got in trouble for this. The company deals with identity theft and uses other peoples credit card numbers to purchase these items and has them shipped to your door. You in turn send them to russia thru USPS. They pay you thru Western Union or something similar. Problem is you will end up being blamed for identity theft as the packages come to you.

    If you started already please make sure you keep all of the invoices and shipping info on where you sent the package to in Russia along with those emails you received to sign up.

    Hope this helps you.
     
  3. ThreeD

    ThreeD New Member

    jay63ar: Hi,

    Stay away from this one. It's a scam. I nearly got in trouble for this. The company deals with identity theft and uses other peoples credit card numbers to purchase these items and has them shipped to your door. You in turn send them to russia thru USPS. They pay you thru Western Union or something similar. Problem is you will end up being blamed for identity theft as the packages come to you.

    If you started already please make sure you keep all of the invoices and shipping info on where you sent the package to in Russia along with those emails you received to sign up.

    Hope this helps you.
    I have been contacted before about similar jobs that turned out to be scams, so I suspected this one was as well. Thanks for the reply.
     
  4. acedowden

    acedowden New Member

    jay63ar
    Hi Jalynn,

    If I may ask, how did you find out they were involved with identify theft?

    Thanks and regards
     
  5. payment proof

    payment proof Well-Known Member

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