SGS Post Reviews - SGS Post Scam or Legit

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Caroline – May 22, 2020

I was an employee, never paid. Then he called me and asked for my account user id and password. He also wanted me to use a credit card to buy items and send them out for the company and they would repay me. Haha, you never paid me a penny and I am going to let you owe me more money? Also lost unemployment benefits because I told CA EDD I was working for this scam company. Now I am about broke.

Brandi – May 18, 2020

Victim Location 78228

Total money lost $2,800

Type of a scam Employment

Hey I was working for sgs post shipping packages once my pay day arrive it was suppose to be 2500 the job deposit an fake check into my back account blocked my number and delete my profile to log into accounts

Catherine – May 18, 2020

Victim Location 90602

Type of a scam Employment

I got an email about a job opportunity from home they’re direction was very simple I would receive packages and I had to review for any damages I would take picture and upload small notes about each item on to a dash board. The hiring process was all done through the phone or email. I didn’t think anything of it until it was time for my pay check i didn’t receive it when I was suppose to . I waited a day just in case it had something to do with my bank. I called the next day and no answer I call all the number provided and got a called back from a guy saying I’ll get paid that Friday once I sent a package. The next day after I got that call I tired to log into my dash board and said my information was incorrect. I still haven’t heard anything from anyone or my pay. I still have some packages from them that I will be selling. If contacted by this company I suggest u report them immediately.

Jon – May 13, 2020

Victim Location 33311

Type of a scam Employment

I applied to the job and got hired over the phone he told me about the business sent me a video regarding the job letting me know that my position was going to be package inspector filling with tons of information making me think this is a legitimate company I got my first shipment and for each shipment you get a $40 bonus I shipped my first package april 6th they told me base pay was 1200 for the month I shipped After that first package I received so many packages I ended up with 1200 base pay and $480 Dollars in bonus so basically my check would’ve been $1680 they told me my payment date was may 6th on the dashboard turns out I called them and they said my payment date is may 15th not the 6th and that you get paid monthly this was a big deal to me because I am pregnant so working from home was ideal for me and soon the baby will be here so I was depending on this job It is may 13th 2020 I attempted to log in on the dashboard that you have to log onto every day 2-3x a day and it says my log in information is incorrect and the phone numbers no one responds anymore I called from my phone and im blocked on every number for the managers & supervisors I call from a *67 number No one answers but the phone starts ringing I even emailed one of the managers melanie trying to figure out whats going on and no response I did alot of work for this job and it sounds like they are not trying to pay me at all And first the address is not attached to the business because it was a mauve colored building and now it says something about rugby nation which sells kitchen cabinets and things close to that nor do they have a website but I spent money to ship some packages or paying for printer use and this is all entirely wrong

Lacey – May 15, 2020

I am working for them also. I was supposed to be paid on the 13 of this month. My email is [email protected] We need to get a lawsuit against this company. I am in the USAF reserves and will seek legal counsel on base. I can’t believe they are scamming so many people. I have screen shots of all my transactions with them.

Donna – May 12, 2020

Victim Location 30294

Type of a scam Employment

This place pretends to give you employment they’ll send you packages to inspect then package them and ship out to places. Your supposed to get a $40 bonus for each package sent. They ask for personal information and send in order to receive payment which is paid monthly and you never receive any pay for your services. There are several people who are your managers and they are using a 1888 toll free customer service number. It seems like it’s a business but this is a scam for your social security number

Laura – May 11, 2020

This is happening to me and I’m not getting paid but had me sending packages to them thinking I’m going to get paid that this is a legit company and they are not. Please help me. I have sent off at least 14 or more packages and still havent received my pay check I was suppose to be paid on may 10th. They give me the run around etc I looked this place up and yes it’s a scam has to be. I’m so hurt by all this.

Sheila – May 11, 2020

also been a victim of this scam i also have proof of all packages beeing sent and received from who and were it was goin . i have so called supervisors names pierre mc connel, melanie lane,bailey miller,and lucien toole. emails start with [email protected] phone numbers 8138223947,8138223956,8138223632

Carolyn – May 04, 2020

Victim Location 21229

Type of a scam Employment

Scam appeared as high-end mailing service. Had multiple avenues for communication and fabricated emails and facts to make them look legit. Offered base salary and commision. Took advntage of sturggling people.

Peter – Apr 23, 2020

Victim Location 92612

Type of a scam Employment

I cannot get a hold of this company anymore and they have scammed me for about $1500. I have all the evidence you need.

Teresa – May 16, 2020

They blocked me tonight, also. My web access and cellphone, I am out $1500 plus gas and wear and tear on my vehicle and loss of edd unemployment earnings. I stated I was working for this company.

James – Apr 21, 2020

Victim Location 21227

Type of a scam Employment

** Note: This scam is an employment scam, re-shipping scam, and identity theft scam. **

Victim was contacted via email after responding to a job posting on a legitimate job board website (Indeed.com). After completing the "interview" via phone call, victim was asked to send picture of Driver’s License along with financial information. Victim only sent picture of Driver’s License and requested to be paid via Paypal (in case the employment offer was too good to be true.)

Victim received numerous high dollar value items – e.g. a Michael Kors watch, iPad, laptops, solar panel chargers, Arlo security cameras, etc. Victim was to inspect the packages for ‘damage’, take a picture, upload it to the company’s ‘dashboard’ and upload the tracking information once it was dropped off at the shipping facility. Note that the victim’s own name and address appeared on these packages after they were re-packaged.

After becoming suspicious, victim held on to a few packages and did not forward them. Victim then received a threatening email from Pierre MConnell below. Note all spelling and grammatical errors are verbatim.

"From: Pierre McConnell

Date: 4/15/20 12:50 PM (GMT-05:00)

To: [REDADCTED]

Subject: WARNING FOR LEGAL ACTIOn

Hello [REDACTED] ,

This is to update you that it has come to the attention of the company that the packages are indeed still in you responsibility . After all attempts to remind you to adhere your duty you still failed to comply on your responsibility , a warrant of arrest will be finally served. Anyone who has reasonable grounds for suspecting to be committing, have committed or be guilty of committing crime will be put on custody for questioning.

Kind regards,

Pierre McConnell | Manager Shipping Department

Direct number: (813) 822-3933

SGS POST

7010 Benjamin Rd, Block H3, Tampa, FL 33634

(888) 708-0507"

As of 4/18/2020, victim has received letters through USPS indicating that these people are using their home address to attempt to fraudulently open credit accounts using their address (with a fraudulent name).

Beware that if you provided your driver’s license, social security number, or any personal information to these people, you will want to put a fraud alert on your credit accounts and freeze them so they can’t open accounts in your name.

After further investigation, this company does not legitimately exist at this physical location. The domain name, sgspostemail.com was recently registered in March 2020, another obvious sign of a scam.

>> My suspicion is that these goods are stolen (purchased with stolen information, credit cards, etc.) and purchased with the information stolen from the victims scammed via employment. So they have a steady stream of victims. They will NEVER pay you. Once your 30 days are up, they lock you out of your dashboard and then you become the next identity theft target whose finances are used to purchase the next high-end dollar items for the next re-shipper to package. It’s a cycle – hire the re-shipper/quality inspector, steal their info, lock them out, purchase stolen goods, hire re-shipper, etc.

The company "dashboard" looks legitimate and the phone calls sound legitimate. THEY ARE NOT. And they will threaten you with arrest if you stop shipping.

Dale – May 11, 2020

Wow how can I freeze accounts

Alicia – Apr 15, 2020

Scammer’s phone 888-708-0507

Scammer’s website sgspostemail.com

Scammer’s address 7010 Benjamin Rd, Block H3, Tampa, FL 33634

Scammer’s email [email protected]; [email protected]

Country United States

Type of a scam Employment

Initial means of contact Email

RE: Employment Scam

Victim was contacted via email after responding to a job posting on a legitimate job board website (Indeed.com). After completing the “interview” via phone call with a person named Marilyn, victim was asked to send picture of Driver’s License along with financial information. Victim only sent picture of Driver’s License and requested to be paid via Paypal (in case the employment offer was too good to be true.)

Victim received numerous high dollar value items – e.g. a Michael Kors watch, iPad, laptops, solar panel chargers, Arlo security cameras, etc. Victim was to inspect the package for ‘damage’, take a picture, upload it to the company’s ‘dashboard’ and upload the tracking information once it was dropped off at the shipping facility. Note that the victim’s own name and address appeared on these packages after they were re-packaged.

After becoming suspicious, victim held on to a few packages and did not forward them. Victim then received a threatening email from Pierre MConnell below. Note all spelling and grammatical errors are verbatim.

“From: Pierre McConnell
Date: 4/15/20 12:50 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: [REDADCTED]
Subject: WARNING FOR LEGAL ACTIOn

Hello [REDACTED] ,

This is to update you that it has come to the attention of the company that the packages are indeed still in you responsibility . After all attempts to remind you to adhere your duty you still failed to comply on your responsibility , a warrant of arrest will be finally served. Anyone who has reasonable grounds for suspecting to be committing, have committed or be guilty of committing crime will be put on custody for questioning.


Kind regards,
Pierre McConnell | Manager Shipping Department

Direct number: (813) 822-3933

SGS POST
7010 Benjamin Rd, Block H3, Tampa, FL 33634
(888) 708-0507

Mon-Fri 09:00AM-06:00PM EST
Sat-Sun Closed”

This company has changed names several times, as it was previously Pilot Shippers. Note that the domain name was recently registered 3/13/2020, another obvious sign of a scam. Do not provide any financial information to these thieves. If you have been a victim, please contact your local law enforcement agency and the U.S. Postal Inspector (can be done online https://www.uspis.gov/report/).

Bryce – May 16, 2020

Please report to BBB.org. As I have done. Also to Legit Company SGS.

Daniel – Apr 18, 2020

Edit: As of 4/18/2020, victim has received letters through USPS indicating that these people are using their address to attempt to fraudulently open credit accounts using their address (with a fraudulent name).

Beware that if you provided your driver’s license, social security number, or any personal information to these people, you will want to put a fraud alert on your credit accounts (can be done through Equifax and they will apply it to all 3 bureaus) and freeze them so they can’t open accounts in your name. You might also consider filing a police report.

Kristi – Apr 13, 2020

I am a little confused, and I have a dumb question! SGS post are is now registered on BBB, can any company do this? legit or not? I quit on them when I found comolaints about them on here, they blocked my dashboard, and it doesnt seem like they re gonna pay me. Hopefully someone can answer my question!

Carmen – May 12, 2020

Did they pay you? Our youth in the same boat as me😥

Dane – Mar 30, 2020

Victim Location 33351

Type of a scam Employment

The company contacted me because they saw my resume in a job website. They offered me a position as a quality control inspector (from home) saying that I have the profile they needed. They sent me a video explaining the position details and they asked me if I was interested, of course since I’m unemployed, I said YES. The day after I was interviewed by Mrs. Edna Iversen, she asked me a few questions regarding the position and she explained everything about the company and the job itself. Then she told me that I was hired and that she was going to send me a link with the contract, I just had to sign the document and send it back. I read the entire contract, the even had a registration number (EIN), so I felt it was for real. I signed the document, attached my driver’s license and sent it to human resources. But later that night I started to look deeper into the company and I found that the address reflected in the contract was from another company, and when I made a research of the EIN from this SGS POST it showed me that the Company was created the same day they "hired me". In addition to this, the CEO that signed the contract was a complete different person from the CEO registered under the EIN (who happens to be the CEO from an actual company according to his Linkedin profile and the REAL company website).

In that moment I sent a email to SGS POST saying that I wouldn’t be able to perform my duties as an employee, because I got scared that they could involve me in a fraud or something, first because they have my ID. I went to the police and they told me to report directly to BBB.

I haven’t received any news from this company in 5 days. Hopefully they’ve fogotten me.

Thank you for your help

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