Pms-int.com

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Names:

Melissa Afra

Fernando Mendes

Nolasco

Tamara Hicks

Melissa Afra

Karen Fox

Nick Miller

Peter Clarke

Anthony Williams

Melissa Parker

Maria White

Esther

Nicky Hankerson

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Phones:

877-410-6121

410-885-4428

937-660-8550

201-604-4981

209-890-8936

877-730-6109

877-730-4869

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Unresolved

I have been scammed by pms international llc

  • by: tazcarebear
  • #47679
  • May 18, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I was contacted my Mellissa Sims about my application I was then congradulated on being part of the company they sent an agreement to sign and told me I would be contacted about getting my panel set up and who my manager would be. I was then contacted by Tamara Hicks who helped get my panel set up and I started receiving packages I did everything they had told me to do and then towards the end of the month when I was supposed to get paid they screwed up labels on two packages and told me I wont get paid they are returned to me and sent back out well I got one of them back and I shipped it back out Tamara Hicks told me that when I sent that package back out they would pay and the other one I could process later after I received it well after I sent the first package I got out which was on May 14th Tamara stopped responding to my constant emails and phone calls I got a hold of Melissa Sims she told me she would have someone get in touch with me Then I still didn't hear from any one called again left a message no response and then yesterday I could no longer get into my panel and I have been trying to call left messages and still no response. I was guaranteed 3100 dollars and a month and bonuses well I had made 525 dollars in bonuses. I am owed 3625 and no one will answer me.
Names reported:
Melissa Sims,Tamara Hicks
Phones reported:
410-885-4428, 877-730-4869, 877-410-6121
Web/emails reported:
www.pms-international.com
Unresolved

Scam company

  • by: robgarza43
  • #47244
  • Apr 30, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I found this job on Indeed.com. After i submitted a pre application i received a call from Melissa Afra in HR saying my app was complete and that my sales rep Tamara Hicks will be in contacting me with documents that I need to sign to get me started. i received email from Melissa Afra asking for info for verification which included a pic of my ID and bank info so they can pay me. From there I was working with Tamera Hicks via email receiving packages through the month of April 2018 I've been receiving and shipping packages like they asked. After my 5th package they sent me $0 as promise for a bonus, in fact they has messed up on a product shipment that I caught and corrected them with and they added another $50 to my bonus. Two days before my month was over my portal site was closed down, no one is answering phone calls and/or repeated emails. Today 2/7/28 i am supposed to receive the big payout of $3100 but nothing .. BIG SCAM !!! Report immediately
Names reported:
Tamara Hicks
Phones reported:
877-410-6121
Web/emails reported:
www.pms-int.com
Unresolved

BEWARE OF PMS-INT SHIPPING SCAM

  • by: scamcatcher
  • #47042
  • Apr 19, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $1,625.00
My experience with PMS-INTERNATIONAL, LLC started with an email from Nicky Hankerson, who found me on Indeed.com. She stated I would be paid $3,100/month to receive packages at home, inspect them for damages, take photos of the product and packing slip, upload them to a dashboard and then re-mail the package via USPS, UPS & FedEx with a slip they supply via a dashboard. They even offered bonuses and vacation pay. Obviously, this seemed to good to be true. But initially I did not find anything negative when searching for reviews about PMS International LLC online and their website looked legit, so I decided to play along. I then received a call from a lady named Esther who reiterated what Nicky stated via email. She sent me a link with an instructional video which was very professional explaining the process and I received a job application via DocuSign from Melissa Afra. This also seemed very legit so I continued with the process feeling more secure about the prospect. After submitting my application, I received a call from the "manager", Mary White (who had a vey thick accent - their website was designed by a company in the Ukraine). She congratulated me for being hired and instructed me on the next steps. She emailed me access to a shipping dashboard which again seemed very legit and professional so I continued on. I started to begin receiving packages and followed the steps. I continued investigating further, however, as I was still very skeptical of how easy the process was for $3,100/month. Also, I did not like that shipments were coming to my address with different names (never addressed to the actual customer's address). The address PMS-INT.com uses on their website is 545 Washington Blvd. in Jersey City, NJ (but no suite #). So I thought I should call the building management office for a directory. PMS was no where to be found. I emailed Mary inquiring whether this was a scam, figuring out already that I was duped. Of course, she said it was not. Then low and behold, all the shipments which were scheduled to be delivered to my house magically disappeared from my dashboard. Eventually I discovered the usual suspects: Mary White and Melissa Alfra and the same number: 209-890-8936 posted here. Luckily I caught on before I fell in too deep. I returned the few boxes I still had to the post office and notified the authorities. Since then I’ve gotten various PayPal credit card refusals sent to my address under different names. I had to get Life Lock and change all my pa**words and contact all my credit cards and banks to avoid the possibility of identity theft since they have my personal info. It's not a good feeling... Avoid PMS-INTERNATIONAL LLC (not to be confused with PMS International in the U.K., which is legit). Of course, they will change their business name, LLC, website url, phone numbers and physical addresses and continue leeching on their next unsuspecting victims once people catch on. I am surprised to see their website is still up and running despite all the complaints and obvious scams, Don’t waist your time, gas, money and resources. Unfortunately, sometimes when things seem to good to be true, they are. Hopefully sites & people like this will help get them caught and prosecuted.

Website: http://pms-int.com/

Employment Agreement: https://goo.gl/hhki8k

Employment Explainer Video: http://pc.cd/N28
Names reported:
Nicky Hankerson, Mary White, Melissa Afra
Phones reported:
209-890-8936, 877-730-6109, 877-410-6121
Web/emails reported:
www.pms-int.com
Unresolved

SCAMMERS! BE CAREFUL! PLEASE READ

  • by: medic1026
  • #46288
  • Mar 21, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I applied to this company through INDEED and I received a call from Esther that supposedly interviewed me. After, I received a call from a 209 area code and phone number and spoke with MARIA WHITE who had a very strong accent. I then received a package. I started asking MARIA questions about the package because it was supposed to be shipped to NJ, which the company was supposedly located. I didn't send it until after the weekend. On Sunday, A COUPLE CAME TO MY HOME LOOKING FOR ME AND TELLING MY SPOUSE THAT IT WAS A PRIVATE MATTER THAT THEY HAD TI TALK TO ME ABOUT. FORTUNATELY, MY KIDS AND I WEREN'T HOME. I SENT THE PACKAGE THE NEXT DAY AND NOTIFIED MARIA WHITE. I THEN WENT INTO THE WEBSITE WHERE I CAN SEE THE NEXT DELIVERY AND I ALL OF A SUDDEN DID NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE ACCT. I EMAILED AND CALLED MARIA, BUT WITH NO REPLY. BE CAREFUL!! THEY WILL SEND PEOPLE TO YOUR RESIDENCE!!!
Names reported:
Maria White, Esther
Unresolved

PMS international

  • by: Serdell
  • #46148
  • Mar 15, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I was contacted to insepcted items and then send them with a salary. I found the job on indeed.
Names reported:
Monica Richter
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]
Unresolved

Scammed by fake PMS

  • by: Bria
  • #46046
  • Mar 10, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Got a call from a Melissa Parks from HR who got my resume from Indeed. Offered a shipping job to my home to then be repackaged. I never received any shipments but have received 3 paypal credit refusal letters from (3) different people utilzing my address. When I google the names of the people on the letter they appear to be US citizens. I am contacting paypal fraud and the FTC
Names reported:
Melissa Parker, Tamara Hicks
Phones reported:
877-410-6121
Web/emails reported:
[email protected], [email protected]