206-203-0258
WA, US
Jbird
Jbird
2012-06-12 21:51:15
Unknown
This is what we have been getting. Made a curiosity call today to the below number only to find a busy signal. Hmmmmm. We are a marketing company, not an electronics store.

I will like to seek your company if they can supply me the quote for
these items mentioned below
a. 8gbusb flash drive with rope or layard 800pcs
b..MP3 OR MP4 player.....500pcs
c.....HP, DEL , SONY,IBM type of laptop 10pcs
d.....i pad 3or 4.......7pcs
Your highly response will be highly appreciated
Enric smith.
(Purchasing Manager) Plantation,

FL 33324 Phone....206-203-0822
SmartChick
SmartChick
2011-09-20 07:19:43
Unknown
I received an email TO: PEL@WORDWAYPRESS.COM, which is NOT my email address or nowhere near it.  The address appears to be FROM: MP Trading [mp.tradinginc@gmail.com]
Dear Sir,
 My name is Mike Philips and we will like to Order for 1000pcs of 2GB MicroSD Memory Card with adapter So kindly give us the total cost with the shipping cost to our address below.

Best Regards
209 north Monroe
Apartment # 2 Rushville
illinois 62681
206-203-0822

I get many bogus emails each week, all with "we will like to Order" something.    It's usually something we don't sell.  They're just fishing around for people dumb enough to process a stolen credit card number.  206 is the area code for the Seattle area, not Illinois.  Duh.
davidpat
davidpat
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
Ditto...got 3...sent NO resume!
Sherri B
Sherri B
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
I am not getting this number by phone, but by email.  Hounding me!  Stating I quality for a Work Experience Degree Program.  Sounded fishy so I googled the number and came up with this site.  I appreciate this site!
206-203-0258
206-203-0258
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
they have called me every weekday for about a week now. not sure why. have not sent any resumes or request of info for a while
james
james
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
found in a spam email stating that i can get a non-accredited degree in 2-4 weeks online using my work experience... blah blah blah.  Just crap.  Hope they're doing something illegal and get busted.  That'd be cool.
arton
arton
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
so do i, i got mail from them that i qualify to get  non-accredited degree in 2-4 weeks online using my work experience... but i thought never send mail to them... who they are ? just spam or they're doing something illegal....
arton
arton
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
so do i, i got mail from them that i qualify to get  non-accredited degree in 2-4 weeks online using my work experience... but i thought never send mail to them... who they are ? just spam or they're doing something illegal....
JG
JG
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
I did a little bit more research on this scam. The area code is out of DC, but the email states from NY. The originator of the email is from some a**hole named Robert Mcginnis" <deregulateClaude@aalsmeer-blumen.de>
That domain is out of Germany....
Clearly this is just another attempt from scammers to get you to send money to them..
206-350-2943 was the number given to me..I called it an its a recorded message.
This is a major scam!!!
Leilei Jean
Leilei Jean
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
This phone numberr showed up on my checking account as making a charge to me that I never made. The banking system is investigating them, and another fraudulant charge this past week that is probably related. I agree with all the others writing messages here. This is a scam artist that should be the toughest of consequences.
Steve
Steve
2011-06-06 20:42:02
Unknown
That # was on my Citi bank Statement from a Company called www.The1electronics which billed my account for $7.67
I was called by CitiBank three weeks ago,  and notified of this as a suspicious charge and instructed me look at my next statement and file fraudulent charges if necessary ,which I have done
bondo
bondo
2011-03-22 23:04:44
Debt Collector
i have received several threateaning phones calls at work and my personal cell from this.....................
and I reported to several agencys and nothing stop this a.......................every week is 3 0r 4 calls
the is goeng to send mmi to jail the i have to pay $758.59 to stop the court process and no only this
i have to closed mi bank account bicouse this Jaeme Koncae and Keventh hall soon whao  wenth into mi and charge one time $545.70 and in other opportunity $400.00 my bank retun the money
Tammy
Tammy
2010-09-01 18:30:43
Unknown
This has happened to me three times in five months!  The first two times I contacted my bank and they credited the funds back to my account and marked it as "disputed".  Then, they researched the charge saying they would call back if the company in question disagrees with my story.  I've never heard back from anyone after I complained yet.  I'm heading to the bank today to see about changing my account - this is getting ridiculous!  I've seen "The 1 Electronics",  "The Best Electronics", and now "Digi Shop Online".
lilly
lilly
2010-05-06 19:35:54
Unknown
I got my gift card swep 10 dollars off which I didn't do, I check on the website of the card information, it was done on the web site of www.the1electronic rochester nyus, which didn't exactly exist at all.
How can I get my money back!
Larry
Larry
2010-05-04 23:56:53
Unknown
This  SCAM co is charging your credit card {mine was Visa} $6.97 when I ordered some other equipment  from a very popular national mail order co.  I called the co and they said they would take the charge off, but said I had to contact the Card Holder also.  I did and they said they would take care of it, but now they send me a letter that says I have to contact the people that is listed on the bill.  OK.  I call this # 206-203-0258.  Yep! You guessed it.  The name that was on the bill was "THE 1 ELECTRONICS'.  The recorded message said that they were all to busy to talk to me, so leave a short message on their "bogas" website.     Im sure you-all do this anyway, but check each and everyone of the charges on your bills.
C C Nickerson
C C Nickerson
2010-04-27 22:49:09
Unknown
I did not receive a phone call, but my credit card was billed for $7.62.  The credit card company gave me this number and when I called it, it told me to e-mail them at support\the1electronics.com.  Watch your credit cards carefully.  The amount isn't much, but its the principle of the thing.
Jeri
Jeri
2010-04-19 21:53:16
Unknown
I have not recieved any phone calls from this number but had a charge on my account for $6.91 and when I checked with our bank this is the phone number that they had and the co. name was the1electronics. It sounds like some sort of scam and when I called the number they were not available and they send you to their none excisting sight.
Terri
Terri
2010-03-24 19:35:09
Unknown
I just got a charge on my PayPal account connected to this phone number!  Beware!
The companythe charge originated from is listed as:
www.The1Electronics
therev
therev
2008-02-20 22:41:39
Unknown
I got one of those emails today. Didn't solicit this, or send out any resume either. So what gives?
Anyway here it is . . .
Hello, we have been trying to reach you over the telephone at home
but have been unsuccessful in our attempts. Our counselors are confident
you will qualify for our Work Experience Degree Program - WEDP.

This unique 2-4 week Online program will earn you a full and complete  non-
accredited degree based on your work experience and past/present knowledge.
Our enrollment offices are open 24 hours. Please call one of our counselors
immediately to discuss this limited time opening regarding the program.

Sincerely,
Ken Colvin, BA  
WEDP Global Educational Institute

Please call our information/inquiry number below:

1-206-203-0258 (worldwide)
JG
JG
2008-01-16 03:54:47
Unknown
I did a little bit more research on this scam. The area code is out of DC, but the email states from NY. The originator of the email is from some a***ole named Robert Mcginnis" <deregulateClaude@aalsmeer-blumen.de>
That domain is out of Germany....
Clearly this is just another attempt from scammers to get you to send money to them..
206-350-2943 was the number given to me..I called it an its a recorded message.
This is a major scam!!!
Lee Mason, Vancouver Canada
Lee Mason, Vancouver Canada
2008-01-14 22:44:29
Unknown
I just bounced the email back to them asking why anybody in their right mind would waste money on a full non accredited degree. Only to have the email returned as
Your message cannot be delivered to the following recipients:

 Recipient address: solidarityDeidre@a-acar.com
 Reason: Remote SMTP server has rejected address

What this tells me is the thing is a scam and a ripoff, wonder what the a-acar stands for, almost ripped enough people off to buy a car???
kit
kit
2008-01-10 15:22:25
Unknown
received the same email..checked the web and all referencing say call out number.  a degree program would have a website giving details.

I never applied for anything.

Email was from  Jami Stovall [axonAmy@redrock.net]


SPAM SCAM.....
gen
gen
2008-01-06 19:39:25
Unknown
What do you mean this "School" does not exist?
Ailp19
Ailp19
2008-01-04 23:52:38
Unknown
Best and only thing to do is to mark it as SPAM that it is, and simply ignore it !!!
k
k
2008-01-03 21:01:26
Unknown
Hi they been trying to reach me to a couple of times. I'm from Denmark and got this ---


Hello, we have been trying to reach you over the telephone at home but have been unsuccessful in our attempts. Our counselors are confident you will qualify for our Work Experience Degree Program - WEDP.

This unique 2-4 week Online program will earn you a full and complete  non- accredited degree based on your work experience and past/present knowledge.
Our enrollment offices are open 24 hours. Please call one of our counselors immediately to discuss this limited time opening regarding the program.

Sincerely,
Stephan Wade, BA
WEDP Global Educational Instituteget

Please call our information/inquiry number below:

1-206-203-0258 (worldwide)

--- End

If you try to answer the emails doesnt exist and in the mail header i get russian and dutch servers and a harvard.edu mail!!!
DAC
DAC
2007-12-18 16:32:21
Unknown
Like others I did not get a call but rather an email on my business account.  Thanks for all of the posts.  I definitely will not be calling.  A degree in 2 weeks sounded a little (lot) shady any way.
JeffK
JeffK
2007-12-17 21:44:52
Unknown
I did a check on the email header and found a reference to harvard.edu - Microsoft Mail Internet Headers Version 2.0
<snip>
17 Dec 2007 13:01:09 -0700 (MST)
Received: from smtp.x005.net (helo=smtp.grate.net)    by smtp2grate.nl with lsmtp (Exim 3.35 #5 (Debian))    id 1AGZO1-0000d1-00
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 11:57:25 -0800
From: WEDP Inc <Luke_Eason54@ace-corporation.com>
Subject: Re: Employment Options
In-reply-to: "Luke_Eason54@ace-corporation.com" <Luke_Eason54@ace-corporation.com>
To: jeffrey<snip>.com
Message-id: <7801204655.ZM374728@G5k1.harvard.edu>
Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT
X-MessageGate-spam: 115
X-MessageGate-virus: 6
X-Quarantine: Accepted from Quarantine on Monday, December 17, 2007 2:33:51 PM MST
Return-Path: luke_eason54@ace-corporation.com
X-OriginalArrivalTime: 17 Dec 2007 21:34:24.0334 (UTC) FILETIME=[97D166E0:01C840F4]
bill
bill
2007-12-14 16:22:00
Unknown
As a professor I can tell you that (1)non-accredited degrees have no value; (2)non-accredited programs do not quality for financial aid (loans, grants); and (3)the range of comments about the WEDP National Institute should tell you they offer nothing of value but WILL take your money.
TK
TK
2007-12-13 17:47:57
Unknown
I am getting this via email:


PLEASE REPLY

We have been trying to reach you via phone but have been unsuccessful.
Our counselors are confident you will qualify for our Work Experience Degree Program (WEDP).

This special 2-4 week Online program that will earn you a full non-accredited degree based on your work experience and past/present knowledge.Our enrollment offices are open 24 hours.

Please call one of our counselors to discuss this further.

Sincerely,

Doug Curtis, BA
WEDP National Institute
NY, NY, USA

Please call our number below:
(206) 203-0258
Fred
Fred
2007-12-11 19:27:15
Unknown
got the same thing. how about a "do not email" list, like the national "do not call" list? Is it possible? anybody know of anything already in the works?
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