Vanner Ship Scam Logistics Job – Don’t Get Fooled By This Fake Employment

Have you received a call from a Rachel Cooper HR at Vanner Ship ( offering you a shipment expert job? Beware! the job offer isn’t as legit as it seems. It is all a reshipping scam. A reshipping scam is a bogus job for which a third-party victim is “hired” by a fraudster. The unsuspecting victim is promised payment for receiving illegally obtained packages at one address, then shipping them to a different address.

The scammer uses stolen credentials to make a purchase, but has the goods shipped to your address. You received the packages at home, then get paid to forward them to another address. It may seem like a great work-from-home opportunity, but reshipping is a scam.

Why The Vanner Ship Logistics Job Isn’t Legit

  • People have complained of not receiving any income after shipping the package(s) they received
  • The website involved in this fake recruitment scheme is not the legit Vanner Logistics website ‘‘ but ‘’.
  • domain registry show that was registered on 21st November 2023
  • The address listed on the website ‘2605 N Davis Rd #3a, Kokomo, IN 46901’ is actually that of an empty Warehouse available for lease (see image below)
Vanner Logistics LLC address

How The Vanner Ship Scam Works

The scam starts with a phone call that claims you can earn up to $3k/month with bonus on every package you ship to the right customer. However after shipping the package received, the scammers behind Vanner Ship do not pay a dime. You’ve simply been tricked into doing their dirty work.

5 Warning Signs of Employment Scams You Should Be Wary of

1. If You’re Asked To Pay Money

 Legitimate employers and hiring managers don’t require an application fee or expect you to pay for training. Sometimes this fee can be labelled ‘equipment fee’ for training. Whatever name it is, don’t fall for it.

2. Upfront Requests for Sensitive Information

Sensitive information (like your social security number, date of birth, or bank account information) isn’t a part of early recruitment process. Eventually, your employer will need this information for taxes and benefits enrollment, but only after you have a written job offer and sometimes not until your first day on the job.

3. Impersonates a Recruitment Company

In order to gain your trust, the scammers often use the name and brand of known recruitment companies. The first thing you should do is to search for the company’s official email address online and contact them in regards to the job. That way, you can verify if it is scam or legit.

4. Only Uses Texts and Online Chats

As technology evolves, so do scams, and some recruitment scams have migrated to texts or online chats especially via WhatsApp. Most legitimate companies don’t reach out to recruit via text unless you already applied on the company’s site and opted to receive text messages.

5. If It Seems Too Good To Be True

It feels great that a company is fast-tracking you, contacting you within an hour of applying, and doesn’t require an interview or checking references. But as the saying goes, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

What To Do If You Received The Vanner Ship Scam Recruitment Call

Do Not Provide Your Sensitive Information

No matter how legit a prospective job offer looks, do not provide sensitive information like your DATE & YEAR of birth, Social security number, or bank account information.

If the text or email contains a link, do not click on it as it could be malicious. Often times, hackers pose as job recruiters to gain access to their victim’s data. Clicking on the link might install a malware on your device that’d easily steal sensitive and confidential data.

Report The Scam and Create Awareness

The final step you should take is to report the Recruitment scam to law enforcement agencies in order to stop the scam and create awareness. You can do to the FTC via or Internet Crime Complaint Center.


Like The Staffworks Recruitment Scam Vanner Ship scam at is a reshipping scam that lures jobseekers with high pay, then get them involved in a reshipping scam.

When approached by a job recruiter either online or offline, the first thing to do is research the company and the job opportunity. Find the company on the internet and review their online presence, including their social media. Enter the company’s name and the word “scam” on search engine to see if the business is legitimate.

One Comment

  1. These people are thieves as soon as time to pay the cut me out to log in on dashboard and now the phone are just giving a busy signal when you call . People like that need their body whip playing with people live . people have family to feed

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