Envelope Stuffing Scams
Have you heard about the Envelope Stuffing Scams?
These kinds of scams are usually disseminated via email where the contents of the email promise hundreds of dollars in a week and thousands of dollars in a month simply by stuffing envelopes.
It is also mentioned in the email that a person only needs to invest a certain amount of money usually $20-$30 as registration fees so work can be started immediately.
However in the end, the person only gets disappointed as there's no such job that exists and the money that they invested as registration fees was already gone into the hands of the scammers.
If you happen to receive emails about Envelope Stuffing Scams would you easily believe that with just stuffing envelopes you would get high pay?
I guess you should think many times about this before releasing your money to nonsense job like envelope stuffing.
Obviously, the job is nothing more than scams! Also, would you think that the idea of paying someone just to stuff envelopes is not ridiculous?
I'm sure that if you're in the position, you would not even pay more than a single dollar with just stuffing envelopes. The least amount that you can give is at least 50 dollar cents.
How do the Envelope Stuffing Scams operate? These scams operate by sending emails to unknown recipients telling them how much amount of money can anyone makes just by stuffing envelopes.
After you have sent the registration fees to the operator, you will receive an email entitled "you just have stuffed an envelope". Attached in the email is the amount that was promised to you from the prior email and instructions on how stuffing of envelope is done. However, it is not written in there on how you will receive the amount.
The stuffing of envelope consists of doing advertising work through data entries but without any assurance on how you'll be paid. Also, you're doing advertising work with someone that would just pay you with extremely low amount. If anyone responses to your advertisements that's the time you'll get a chance of earning but with only 1% probability or chances.
Back to Our Scandal Archives