Fraudulent Use of the Evergreen Courier Brand
Attempts have been made to defraud people online by the unauthorized use of the Evergreen Courier name and brand via email communications which might appear to, on the surface, to have originated from Evergreen Courier - but in fact, do not.
Update: 02/16/22 We are getting reports of various scams originating from outside the U.S. where perpetrators are attempting to scam people using variations of the name of our company such as Evergreen Couriers (with an s) Evergreen Courier Company, Evergreen World Wide Couriers, etc.. The scams include but are not limited to Puppy scams, prize offerings, fake job postings, and more. If you are ever in doubt as to the legitimacy of a posting please note: We do not request money for job offerings, we do not accept gift cards and we do not have any offices outside of the U.S. We also do not outsource our workforce outside of the U.S.
Many communications concern prize offerings by parties claiming to be from publishers' clearing house, over the Internet where payment may be requested before the goods are delivered. We have gotten word that the persons may be located in India. We currently do not have any offices in India.
Please be advised that Evergreen Courier does not request payments via email, nor do we conduct business in this manner. Additionally, Evergreen Courier does not have any affiliation with Publishers Clearing House (PCH). Evergreen Courier only collects money due for official Evergreen Courier-related shipping expenses and services. Many of the scams claim to be from the Evergreen Courier Company. We are NOT Evergreen Courier Company and their website is fraudulent and fictitious. Our legal company name is Evergreen Courier LLC.
This security notice does not affect the obligation of a consignee to pay shipping, customs, or similar charges, where these are properly payable at the time of delivery.
Evergreen Courier accepts no responsibility for any costs, charges or payments made which were improperly incurred as a result of fraudulent activity.
If you are in any doubt as to the integrity of a website that uses the Evergreen Courier brand, please always access Evergreen Courier websites via our U.S. domains.
If you have received an email that you believe to be fraudulent or have actually been the victim of a scam email, you can report it to the department of justice via https://www.justice.gov/criminal-fraud/report-fraud
However, if you are unsure whether or not the email you have received is from Evergreen Courier or you wish to report other potentially fraudulent activity, please contact us for more information.
Spam and Viruses
Please be advised that if you received an email suggesting that Evergreen Courier is attempting to deliver a package requesting that you open the email attachment in order to affect delivery, this email is fraudulent, the package does not exist and the attachment may be a computer virus.
Please do not open the attachment or click any links. This email and attachment do not originate from Evergreen Courier.