ATTENTION JOB SEEKERS
We are a small family-owned moving company. We ONLY hire seasonally for Packers, Movers and Drivers. Whenever we have openings, you can find the job descriptions and application forms posted directly on our website. It’s important to note that our company will never contact you via text or email claiming to have found your resume on a job site. We will only reach out if you have applied directly through our own application process. There are many scammers who scour job sites, posing as representatives of legitimate companies. If you receive unsolicited communication or are unsure about the legitimacy of a job offer, we urge you to always contact the company directly for verification. Scroll down to JOB SCAM ALERT section for more information.
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JOB SCAM ALERT
Dear Job Seekers,
It has come to our attention that scammers are currently impersonating our moving company. These fraudulent actors are making promises of remote data entry or customer service positions with a pay rate of $37 -$45 per hour. See examples of Job Scams Alerts here, examples of Fraudulent Offer letters here, and example of Fraud Check they send to people with promise of “sign-on bonus” to help purchase equipment and software for the fake job.
Please note: We are a small family-owned moving company. We ONLY hire seasonally for Packers, Movers and Drivers.
A BIG THANK YOU to all those who have taken the time to report the fake job offers to us! We sincerely, appreciate your support to prevent further instances of scams.
Be on alert if you have been contacted by any of the following Scammers:
- Shane Rosado (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Michael Donnavan (from the HAX Company)
- Ryan Fitter and Rainer Rettig
- Brittany Murphy
- Larry Friedman
- James Carter
- Tom Corrick
- Text/calls from (657) 502-9290
- Brown Mark /or Mark Brown (Brown.mark@jpurbanmovingNY.com) **
- Jerry Bardon (Jerry.Bardon@jpurbanmovingNY.
- Mike Hernandez (mikehernandez@
** Please note: our domain or email addresses does not have “NY” in the name. The scammers set up a fraudulent website that was redirected to ours, and used email addresses with the extension “@jpUrbanMovingNY.com” to fool you. We have taken action to remove the fake domain. However, the scammers may set a different extension, so please be aware. OUR REAL DOMAIN will have just our name JP Urban Moving, and emails will have just @jpUrbanMoving.com
Protect Yourself From Job Scams – Important Steps to Take:
1) Verify the sender’s email address: Before taking any action, ensure that the email is from the official company email address and not from generic email providers like Gmail or Hotmail. Legitimate companies typically use their business domain for communication.
2) Exercise caution with links and forms: When you have been contacted for a job, avoid clicking on links in emails or text messages, and refrain from downloading any software. This is from the scammers play book 101. Similarly, do not complete any forms requesting additional personal information.
3) Report suspicious emails: Take action by flagging the email as spam directly from your email account. This alerts your email provider, such as Gmail or others, to the malicious activity, prompting them to take necessary measures. Note: If the scammer reached out to you via a Gmail account, you can also report it directly to Google’s Gmail Abuse Team Here.
4) Verify job openings directly with the hiring company: Visit the official website of the company in question, locate their contact information from their website, and reach out to them directly for verification. Exercise caution when calling or texting any numbers provided directly from scammers. They often target individuals by obtaining their information from job sites like Indeed, Glassdoor, Flexjobs, and similar platforms where resumes or contact details are listed. If you receive a job offer from someone and are unsure about its legitimacy, always contact the company directly.
5) Watch out for unrealistic pay rates: Some job postings offer exceptionally high rates that don’t match industry norms. Be cautious of these offers; if it seems too good to be true, it likely is. For example, a basic customer service job posted at $37- $45 an hour—where in America would you find this?! These jobs are usually paid at minimum wage and varies by state. Make sure you research typical pay ranges for positions you are applying for or being contacted for, to ensure you’re not being misled. Trust your instincts and approach such opportunities with caution.
Inform Us About New Scammers:
If you have been contacted with a fraudulent job offer by someone that is not already on the list above, please report the incident to us immediately through our official contact form. We will add the scammers’ name and contact info to the list to help warn others.
WARNING: The scammers will make you a false offer of employment and send you a fake Job Offer Letter. Following this, they will promise that you will be given your own computer, software and equipment for work and then they send you a fraudulent check with the excuse of a “sign-on bonus” to deposit in your bank account. DO NOT DEPOSIT THE CHECK INTO YOUR ACCOUNT!
For those who may have unfortunately fallen victim to a Job Scam:
We empathize with the distress this situation may have caused. We urge you to take the following steps:
Monitor your Accounts: Uninstall anything that you downloaded to your phone or computer. If you have shared any personal information consider taking measures to monitor and secure your information to prevent unauthorized access.
Contact Your Bank: If you have unfortunately deposited fake checks into your bank, your finances have already been compromised. Please contact your bank immediately and take appropriate action. Report the incident to your local law enforcement agency or relevant authorities as necessary.
Monitor your Identity if you made the unfortunate mistake of completing new hire paperwork: If you have already provided your name, date of birth, social security number, home address and copy of your ID (usually required for new hire paperwork), you have given the scammers all the necessary info to open up accounts and credit cards in your name and do malicious activity with your identity. Please take the following steps:
1) Contact your bank and credit card companies immediately to alert them of potential fraud and monitor your accounts for any suspicious activity.
2) Place a fraud alert on your credit report to help prevent further unauthorized use of your personal information.
3) Consider freezing your credit to prevent new accounts from being opened in your name without your consent.
4) Be vigilant for signs of identity theft, such as unauthorized charges on your accounts or unfamiliar accounts opened in your name, and report any suspicious activity promptly.
5) Keep records of all communications and transactions related to the scam for future reference and follow-up with authorities as necessary.
6) Consider seeking assistance from a reputable identity theft resolution service or legal counsel to help navigate the aftermath of the scam and protect your identity and finances.
7) Then pray for the best.
Official Employment Communications With Us:
Please be aware that our company will never solicit job applications or personal information through unsolicited emails or text. We do not use ATS job board or ATS systems on other sites. Legitimate job opportunities with our company will always be posted on our website job page – this page you are currently reading from – with a link to our branded job applications form. If any jobs are posted on external sites, such as craigslist, it will be linked back to this jobs page where you can fill out the application on our website.