If anyone has been following my recent posts about the mail fraud, i am dealing with a case right now where someone stole my identity, and was collecting my mail at thier address.
I spoke with a detective a few moments ago, and they informed me of a website that deals with fraud, theft and ANY scam artists without you having to go straight to the police.
This site is amazing, and i want to pass it along to ALL of the baby gaga mamas who have been scammed at some point, and it was too late to file a paypal claim, or you paid with money orders,etc.
I STRONGLY encourage anyone who has been scammed to take a look at this site.
if you have bought something ONLINE, didnt get what you ordered, and the seller refuses to comply with your demands, PLEASE file a mail fraud complaint! EVERY complaint will be invvestigated by an inspector themselves, will SHOW UP at thier door.
For every scammer that is reported, it keeps oneless person from being scammed and baby gagas classifieds section safe. If someone has taken your money and you didnt get what you recieved, thats is THEFT and you are entitled to your money BACK!. Theres too many people out there that will take your money and dont give a smurf what happens after that. theres very little police can do if the theft is under $500. Thats where the USPS inspectors service steps in. No matter WHAT you bought, how much it costs, YOU can file a fraud complaint.
* most people wait too long to file a paypal claim, or IF they file, they dont get thier money back due to the sellers accounts having insufficient funds.
* if you have paid with a method OTHER THAN PAYPAL, you are STILL able to file!
The woman who stole from me, is in JAIL, and shes facing serious charges for what she did. And if someone has stolen from you, they deserve jail time too. And they CAN go to jail for it. Theft is theft, no matter how much they took from you.
You can file a mail fraud complaint here:
Online, or print and mail in your complaint.
Read up about different types of mail fraud schemes here:
FAQ's about the USPS investigation services and thier investigators.
Read about recent mail/email scheme alerts here: