After being “hired” and executing and employment agreement I began working for Brogs Service Company. The terms of the agreement were base salary of $1,800.00/ mo with $30.00 bonus for every timely re-shipped item. I was to receive, inspect, repackage and re-ship electronic items such as Nike Fuel Bands, Fit Bits, iBaby monitors; Garman hand held GPS units even a Bose sound system. I would receive shipping labels for the USPS and send these items to Russia at various addresses. The shipping labels were legitimate because the USPS could scan them and process the shipping of the items. I was to be paid every 30 days including reimbursement for my expense of shipping tape and containers that I had to buy once in a while. My pay day is now 5 days past due and all of my attempts to contact my manager, his boss, the HR department or the company itself have been for naught. They exploited my need for additional income, used me for a month and have moved on to another sucker, I suppose. I did not reveal my banking information to them and insisted on being paid through PayPal to which they agreed. They are thieves and scammers and should be avoided. They owe me $2,3010.00 and I am pissed. I have reported them to the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center as well as every scam warning site in the Western hemisphere and even in Australia. Do not believe them! They are liars and low lifes. .
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