Complaint / review text:
When I was looking for a career with the Post Office I got on my computer and punched up USPS on a search, then under Post Office jobs I punched up USPS Careers, then 2009 Post Office Jobs, which under USPS a screen
said Apply Today by calling 1-800-910-9941 for the post Office. I called the number a Mrs. Matkins answered and said I could register for the Postal
Exam. I gave her my information and then she said there is a $109.50 charge for the Exam that was refundable if you didn't score well enough on the test or you did not get the Post Office Job. I asked her if she was the Post Office and she said was the Postal Service. She said it was something new to make sure applicants were serious. I then asked her if they were testing in Pennsylvania and she said they were testing every two weeks or
so. I gave her my Check Card Info and other personal information. I told a friend who worked at the post Office the following day and she said it sounded like a rip off and she never heard of charging to take the Postal Exam. I was on the alert and when I saw a charge to my account for $129.45 for Netspan Group, not USPS, I punched up what is the Netspan Group and a
consumer complaints came up, by Cary from Illinois, after I read her report to my chagrin I immediately called the bank and put my Bill in dispute. I hope this
will help people not to get ripped off in these bad times. The Post Office site is vague and people can fall easy prey to con artists. Be Carefull!