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Post office scam

  • by: doncagle
  • #47504
  • May 11, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
Thought I was changing my address at the post office.Charged me 79.95 dollars

Pretending to be U.S. Postal service - Scammers!!

  • by: Consumer
  • #47078
  • Apr 21, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
Clearly this faux is out to defraud people by making them believe that they are at the official post office site.... even their email address: "" sounds like innocent enough to make people think they are at the legitimate official postal cite to make address changes.... typically, the charge is somelike like $1 or so - however, I was in for a shock when I received my credit card statement for $79.95 and called them and told them that I did NOT agree to pay $79.95 to put in a forwarding address!!! I demanded my money back, still waiting for the refund!! I disputed this fraudulent transaction to my credit card and closed the account/card. This is FRAUD and DECEIT!! to make people believe that they are at the public postal cite changing their address! I went to the bank and closed my credit card - This company should not be allowed to continue to do business tricking people!!! BEWARE!!! OF MYPOSTALCHANGES.ORG!!!!
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Online scam for address change for post office

  • by: ermayant
  • #45206
  • Feb 2, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
I thought I was on post office webpage to change my address. This company charged $79.95 for address change and my mail has still not been forwarded. Scam!!!!


  • by: JAYSC
  • #40024
  • Oct 4, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $59.95
i was changing my address with what i thought was the usps, clearly it was not. i never saw any amount of money, so i assumed it was the normal $1.00 fee for identity verification. wrong!!!!! i checked my bank account there is a hold for 59.95. i called the usps while on hold i looked closer at my bank card hold and saw the name of mypostalchange as the authorized person placing the hold so i then googled them and saw a phone # to call and saw all the complaints filed. i did speak with someone and have been issued a refund for all but $1.95 supposedly. this is crazy please warn everyone, i don't see how this is allowed to happen and not be shut down or a lawsuit placed against them!!!!!!! i can only imagine the people that they have taken advantage of and they aren't even aware of it. for me i don't have the luxury of not watching every dime i spend, so thankful for that in this case!!!!!!!
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