SCAM with RED letters! Do not work for them!!! Everything about them is FAKE! I was on probation for 30 days...worked............never got paid. I think I was wrapping stolen merchandise!!! For one month, I worked ..............NO PAY!! Took time....lots of it...wrapped 14 gifts. Please don't fall victim to these people. Danny is the girl or guy ??with the fake accent. Her or his partner in crime is Isabelle or Izzy...Also with some foreign accent.
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An individual named Danny will contact you referencing your resume of a job posting site. She will offer you a job as a gift wrapper and freight forwarder. The position supposedly pays $2200 per month with addition opportunities after you probation period ends. DON’T fall for it…you are actually fencing stolen products and you will NEVER get paid. SCAM...SCAM...SCAM
Our friends told us about Giftlooks.com and their service. They are very expensive as compared to another service offering giftwrapping and forwarding. However, we were completely satisfied: they use expensive materials, they can do whatever you ask and they can offer you direct delivery. If it's expensive for you, they can forward it via FedEx. We ordered twice and both boxes were fantastic.What I don't like - they're very demanding to a customer. Far too demanding. They always ask to verify yourself and a person, who is supposed to receive a gift. They explain this to be a fraud prevention, but we were cautious about it. Nevertheless, we can't name anyone better in this industry.
I was contacted via email stating 'Your details and email were given to us by online job resource and we are extremely glad to announce that there has been new remote Gift wrapper position available."Well, after numerous attempts to make contact, this person from "HR" sent me an email stating I should contact HR to schedule a call so I responded to the email with a time I could be reached.On April 12, 2017 at 3:18 pm CST, I received a call from someone and while trying to understand what was being said, I informed this person I could not understand what she was trying to say; this was due to our language differences. As she was trying to explain the gift wrapper's duties, I made an inquiry about the shipping charges because she stated part of my responsibilities would be to ship the finished product back to the customer. She got defensive and in a tone that was not professional she stated I should not interrupt her and let her finish. My reply to her was that I still could not understand some of the words she was saying and I had questions. I then told her to forget it because of the language differences I couldn't understand her and I ended the call.On Thursday, I received a threatening email from a person stating "If you, bitch, ever call my assistant again, I'll shoot you. You're not even educated/polite enough to listen."Now, because things like this can turn into something devastating, I have contacted the necessary government agencies and will be handling this situation legally. There is no need for a rating of any company that hire people who send threatening emails to anyone.