Claims to be from Royal Mail Group

I recently signed up for work at home job online. I was sent contract via email and person claiming to be Royal mail group sent me info that I would be receiving mail to forward to 2 people. Obviously fake names. I received 18 pieces of mail in the names of these 2 people and was told to forward them to an address in Philadelphia, PA. The items in the envelopes were all pre-paid debit cards. The company they alleged they were going to was called Trump Inc. The return address was from the police station where I live. All seems very shady to me. They claim I have to have a paypal in order to get paid 5.00 for every envelope. I am not furnishing that information to them. Please investigate.. I demand investigate. Stay away

  • #Arun Sharma
  • #Arun Sharma

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