Post Office Jobs
Never seek employment with the post office or federal government via some third party, such as through an ad. Why not just go straight to the U.S. post office website and apply there? And any thief could invent an official sounding name, such as Postal Employment Recruiting Center.
However, even a name that you know really exists can be put up by a fraudster. Any crook could place an ad that includes the exact name of a real-existing, legitimate organization.
Using Real Company's Name to Lure Victims
Posing as a marquee company can give a criminal an advantage. Always be suspect no matter the nature of the ad or website. You can always check with the actual company by going to their branded website and making a call.
When spotting inviting ads online and offline, contact the company off its website contact information. A fraudster will obviously place HIS number in the ad, not the real company's.
No job ad is going to use this term. Instead they may use:
But the job description sounds like you'd be reshipping merchandise. Don't respond! This is the reshipping scam. You'd receive packages containing, for example, electronic devices, with instructions to test them, then ship them overseas (using prepaid mailing labels sent via e-mail). But these devices were bought with stolen credit cards. You can get nailed for mail fraud or conspiracy.