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Fraud Awareness


Official Notice: 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.

Please do not open the attachment or click any links. This email and attachment do not originate from Evergreen Courier.

Evergreen Courier Security and Fraud Awareness FAQs

Q: How can I spot a fraudulent website or email claiming to be Evergreen Courier?

A: Fraudulent schemes often use variations of the Evergreen Courier name, such as Evergreen Couriers or Evergreen Courier Company, to deceive people. Be wary of communications asking for payments before delivery or offering jobs that require payment or gift cards. Evergreen Courier does not operate outside the U.S., nor do we request money for job offers or accept gift cards​


Q: What should I do if I receive a suspicious email or come across a dubious website using the Evergreen Courier brand?

A: If you encounter an email or website you suspect is fraudulent, do not engage or make payments. Instead, report the scam to the Department of Justice at For emails, avoid opening attachments or clicking links, as they may contain viruses​


Q: Are there known scams involving the Evergreen Courier brand name?

A: Yes, there have been reports of scams, including puppy scams, prize offerings, and fake job postings, originating from outside the U.S. These scams may use variations of our name and ask for payments related to non-existent deliveries​.

Q: How can I ensure I am accessing the legitimate Evergreen Courier website?

A: Always access Evergreen Courier websites through our official U.S. domains: & or This precaution helps ensure you are not visiting a counterfeit site designed to mimic our brand​.

Q: Can Evergreen Courier verify the legitimacy of websites or emails claiming to be part of your service?

A: Evergreen Courier advises customers to be cautious and verify the authenticity of any communication claiming to be from us. If you're unsure, please contact us directly for confirmation. Remember, Evergreen Courier does not solicit payments through email or conduct business in ways that seem unconventional, such as requesting payment for job applications or using gift cards​.

Additional Tips to Avoid Scams

  • Verify Before You Trust: Always double-check the URLs and email addresses for any communication claiming to be from Evergreen Courier. Our official communications will come from our verified domains.

  • Report Suspicious Activities: If you come across a scam or receive a fraudulent email, reporting it helps prevent others from falling victim. Use the channels mentioned above to report scams.

  • Educate Yourself: Familiarize yourself with common scam tactics reported by organizations like the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). Awareness is your first line of defense against fraud​.

Stay informed and vigilant to keep your information and finances safe.

Q: What should I do if I find a website impersonating Evergreen Courier?

A: If you encounter a website that you suspect is falsely using the Evergreen Courier name or brand, do not engage with it or provide any personal or financial information. Report the website to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) at, and the Department of Justice at


Q: How can I differentiate between the official Evergreen Courier website and fraudulent ones?

A: Always verify that you are accessing Evergreen Courier through our official domains: & Be cautious of websites that have slight variations in spelling or additional words, as these are common tactics used by scammers.


Q: I’ve come across a suspicious site. How can I check its legitimacy?

A: You can use tools like WHOIS ( to find out who owns the website. Often, fraudulent sites have owners listed in countries known for hosting scam operations or use privacy protection services to hide their identity. Additionally, websites like ScamAdviser ( can provide a trust score based on various factors, including website age, location of the server, and reviews.


Q: What are common signs of a fraudulent courier website? Common red flags include:

  • Requests for payment before delivering a package, especially via unconventional methods like gift cards or wire transfers.

  • Poor website design with spelling and grammatical errors.

  • Use of high-pressure tactics urging immediate action.

  • Offers that seem too good to be true, like winning an unexpected prize.

  • Lack of verifiable contact information or physical address.


Q: Can Evergreen Courier verify if a website or communication is genuinely from you?

A: If you receive a communication (email, text message, or phone call) or find a website claiming to be associated with Evergreen Courier and are unsure of its legitimacy, please contact us directly through our official contact channels listed on our website. We can help verify whether a communication is from us and provide guidance on what to do next.

Remember, staying informed and cautious is the best way to protect yourself from scams. Evergreen Courier is committed to helping our customers navigate these challenges safely. If you have any concerns or need assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.

Q: How does Evergreen Courier address fraudulent websites claiming to be associated with your brand?

A: Evergreen Courier is committed to protecting our customers and the integrity of our services. We have been alerted to the existence of several fraudulent websites that falsely claim to represent our brand. These sites may offer unrealistic job opportunities, solicit payments for non-existent deliveries, or engage in other deceptive practices.

Websites that have been either report to us as or recognized as, fraudulent websites include but not limited to:







Key Actions Taken:

  • Reporting: We have reported these sites to the relevant authorities for fraudulent activities.

  • Customer Education: We are actively working to educate our customers through our official channels about how to identify and avoid fraudulent schemes.

  • Verification: Customers are encouraged to verify any suspicious communications by contacting us directly through our official website or customer service channels.


Safety Tips:

  • Verify the URL: Always check the web address of any site claiming to be Evergreen Courier. Our official website is

  • Look for Secure Connections: Ensure the website uses a secure connection (https://) before entering any personal or payment information.

  • Be Wary of Unsolicited Requests: Evergreen Courier will never ask for personal information, payment for job applications, or payment for prize deliveries through unsolicited emails or calls.

  • Report Suspicious Activities: If you encounter a suspicious site or communication, please report it to, the Internet Crime Complaint Center.


Contact Us: If you're unsure about the legitimacy of a communication or website claiming to be Evergreen Courier, please contact us immediately through our official contact details listed on our website. Your security is our top priority, and we are here to help you navigate these concerns.

For more information and updates, please visit our official website or contact our customer service team.

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