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    webexpertsny.com

    they offer work from home. anyone know if they are a scam company?

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    Re: webexpertsny.com

    That site is missing some very important parts such as owner's name, owner's street address, owner's phone number, terms of use and privacy policy. Now why would a company that claims to be a 'web expert' forget to include such sections.

    From 'About us':
    Founded in 2008
    Maybe, maybe not but the website is much younger.

    From the who-is
    Updated Date: 17-sep-2010
    Creation Date: 17-sep-2010
    Expiration Date: 17-sep-2011
    And
    Registrant Contact Information :
    Richard
    Coleman
    Web Experts LLC
    info@webexpertsny.com
    624 North Street
    Middletown
    10940
    From 'Contact us' there is the same address:
    624 North Street,
    Middletown, NY 10940
    United States
    According to google, that is the address of a company called 'Tri-State Paper & Cleaning Supplies' with a description of 'cleaning systems & equipment, fiber & paper products'.

    This site:
    http://mrnumber.com/1-845-363?page=8
    has posts by a number of suspicious people who say that after a couple of vague questions the company rep asked for personal information such as driver's license number and checking account number complete with routing numbers and that their email address is forwarded onto yahoo email.

    This site has one person's opinion:
    http://www.ripoffreport.com/computer...pert-7d5b4.htm

    Doesn't look legit, so far. Do you have an email address and/or email you could post up?
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    Re: webexpertsny.com

    yeah I got more information today - this is def a scam. Supposedly they are looking for "account managers" that act as the leasion between the customer and the development team (they supposedly design websites). but as you get more information your job is to transfer money to the "team" in europe before they negin the project - HUGE SCAM!!!

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    Re: webexpertsny.com

    Then it is just the 'cash the fake check', 'accept the spoofed paypal transfer' or 'accept the bank transfer from a stolen credit card' type scam.

    You could google the word 'scambaiting' and post your emails and that fake website at the sites you find. At those sites you can read how to shut down that fake site or just post what you have for someone else to 'take care of'.
    Found a scam or scammer's email address? Post it at scamwarners.com
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