USA Easy Mail Review

I applied for a "Mail Processing Manager" position through indeed.com. Once appli, I received an email within hours letting me know I got the position. The email had a link, instructing me to click on it to fill out the application. Before I filled it out, I tried to find out some information on it first. I went to the company website, that seemed legitimate. I hadn’t noticed any spelling or grammar issues, yet. I did notice that the website wasn’t the full name of the company (useasymail.com) but figured that either 1) that website was already taken, 2) assumed it was okay because it was only missing the "a" and wasn’t too big of a red flag. I "applied" using my name, address, phone number, 3 referrals, and went through about 20 question videos that was pulled from YouTube. The next day I received an email congratulating me on getting the position and had two attachments to fill out and sign, including a form for receiving method of p

I applied for a "Mail Processing Manager" position through indeed.com. Once appli, I received an email within hours letting me know I got the position. The email had a link, instructing me to click on it to fill out the application. Before I filled it out, I tried to find out some information on it first. I went to the company website, that seemed legitimate. I hadn’t noticed any spelling or grammar issues, yet. I did notice that the website wasn’t the full name of the company (useasymail.com) but figured that either 1) that website was already taken, 2) assumed it was okay because it was only missing the "a" and wasn’t too big of a red flag. I "applied" using my name, address, phone number, 3 referrals, and went through about 20 question videos that was pulled from YouTube. The next day I received an email congratulating me on getting the position and had two attachments to fill out and sign, including a form for receiving method of payment via PayPal, MoneyGram or Western Union. Upon further investigating, I noticed a couple grammatical errors on their website, a phone number that goes to a voicemail for "Sarah Hall," and an address that belongs to a completely different company called "Glamour Closet," in which I called to confirm it was them and only them at the address listed. Please, beware of this scam. If it’s too good to be true, it usually is. I also attached the one of the two documents I received so that you can get a better understanding of what they’re putting out.

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