They now call themselves CODE LOGISTICS – This is a Purchase Agent scam. Individuals are hired by company online (Astile.com) and sent training material via email each day and given an online test each Friday concerning the ‘training’ they completed during the week. The employee is told they will be paid 1500.00 dollars at the end of training via check mailed to them. Around week 3 or 4 of the training, the employee is offered a special project, which will pay them a commission. Astile.com provides a bank routing and account number to the employee. The employee is told to transfer a payment from this account onto their credit card. The ’employee’ is then is given a purchase order to buy computers and told to mail them via USPS express mail to another country, where they are alledgedly setting up a new office. The address this ’employee’ was given was in Kiev, Ukraine. After the package is sent, the employee emails the tracking number to the boss. Shortly thereafter, the boss then sends a second bank routing and account number and a purchase order is also sent for more computers. Luckily, this ’employee’ was suspicious about the second set of bank numbers being completely different from the first and did not make the second transfer or purchase. This one was for almost 10,000.00! On the next busines day, which was a Monday, this employee discovered that the first ‘transfer’ was returned for NSF, non-sufficient funds and charged back to their credit card. Investigation is now being conducted. However, this ’employee’ is now out 5000.00, and over the credit card limit. Astile.com, and the Astile offices supposedly located in London, UK; New York, NY; Beijing, China; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Abu Dhabi, U.A.E are all bogus . This is a Purchase Agent scam. Please alert others to not do any business with this scam company. Further, they will have your name, address, email and phone number. Do not give them your Social Security number or other identifying information. Contact the Credit Reporting Agencies in your country to alert them of possible identity theft.