CCNP Insurance

Offer seems too good to be true. $3200/month to inspect & re-package items to be forwarded to another address. Stolen goods? Using stolen credit cards? At the end of the letter, they ask for employee information and a copy of my i.d. Do they try to obtain credit cards under my name, using my info, have it shipped to me and then I willingly forward it to another address? Then they find a reason to terminate before paying first months wages? This is the second one of these in two months. Maybe I’m just paranoid, but even if I got 100 packages in a month, that’s still $32/ Package. They have a website, but they’ve only been in business for 2 months according to bbb.org.

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Yes it is. Based on the user review published on PropertyFraud.com, it is strongly advised to avoid CCNP Insurance in any dealing and transaction.
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