I am wanting to know the same thing, as I have applied and been accepted as a "Remote Employee" I am doing research to find out if they are legitimate.
I received the information about my Remote Employee Account to log into every day and track shipments.
did they give you any idea of when that will happen? did you send them all of your personal data, including your SSN or banking info? does the login and tracking system look professional? I sure wish I could hear from them and that their phone system worked properly.
I just logged into the shipping account and apparently my first package has been shipped and is due to arrive today by UPS.
Good luck with that, I hope it goes well for you. I'd appreciate hearing you're properly under way with them. In the meantime, I took a leap of faith and sent all my materials to them.
I got mine today, did everything with verification my fist assignment complete I have one scheduled for morning 2nd one, I also have a payday set so far I haven't gad to invest in much other than a marker and some paper, little gas which should be reimbursed. Liking the odds so far.
Their Web site does not come up when I attempt to view it. If this is a permanent situation, then this company is a scam...
So,DRM, everything seems to be legitimate then? Evan, I have no problem bringing up their website. I sent all of my materials to them yesterday, but I have not heard a word back.
I went to the Post Office and went through everything, and the Postage Label I printed would not work. So, I came home and called Celina and left a message and sent a message through the Employee site.
There is mounting evidence that this company is a fraud. My research found a link between US Multipack Courier and a company called American Postal Emporium. American Postal Emporium has a posting on the Ripoff Report from an individual who sent in their I9 and W4 forms for a job posting and credit was attempted to be opened in the individual's name. Read the report. Also, my research turned up a company called US Multipack Curier, which has the same website as the other, and where American Postal Emporium is mentioned in their wording on various pages. People, it is becoming clear that we have been duped and I recommend you all take steps to protect your identity from here out.
Rev I didn't have any problem I have sent 3 packages with the forms they had me print. They all have worked. I have awful credit no way they could open a credit card in my name. They don't have my bank info I elected to get my check in mail. I am riding this out until I know I won't be paid until then I am hoping it's good. Only thing I might be out is a few trips to post office
I just got a shipment says it was sold to my name. I then looked up the site it was bought off of and it says sold to me but my address is wrong the city is right state right but address wrong I am trying to find out what company says to me about the phone purchase