Santa is very busy this season and any help he can get is appreciated. This hectic activity in his workshop creates an opportunity for some organized and creative people to find employment. The email messages and online ads offer temporary money-making positions for gift wrapping specialists. However, some of those jobs may not be legitimate as several Santa's Helpers reported in the BBB Scam Tracker - www.bbb.org/scamtracker/us . One of the Gift Wrapping Specialist employed by Ward & Torres Printing Services, allegedly in Hackensack, NJ writes: "Once I would receive the packages, ward and Torres would send me a shipping label. Once I wrapped the package, I would take a picture and send it to my supervisor. He would then send me a shipping label and I would take it to usps and send it. Then the supervisor would update my dashboard would all the mileage and send me the total I would get at the end of the month." The good pay of $1500 a month agreed upon would allegedly never materialize, though. The dashboard gets blocked and the Santa's Helper is shocked. The unpleasant reality of being duped sets in. "But what happens to all my personal information exchanged with the employer whom I cannot contact anymore." - he asks.Some Gift Wrapping Specialists file a complaint with the BBB Serving New Jersey, since Hackensack is in that BBB's servicing area. Ward & Torres' complaints cannot be processed by the BBB as the company's address on its website is fake. The website itself is less than 5 months old, created July 29, 2017 and registered for one year only. According to the BBB files Ward & Torres Printing Services is not registered with the State of NJ Division of Revenue to do business.The Postal Inspection Service and the BBB reminds consumers that by participating in reshipping merchandise or gift wrapping and reshipping, one may become an unwitting accomplice to the federal crime. " If you believe you are a victim of a phony job opportunity where U.S. Mail was used, report the incident to Postal Inspectors online or to your nearest Postal Inspection Service office."The U.S. Postal Inspection Service attn: Mail Fraud433 W Harrison St., Rm 3255Chicago, IL 60699-3255Phone Number 877-876-2455website: https://postinspectors.usips.gov/In season, and out of season, it is prudent to protect your personally identifiable information, to make sure that it is shared only with a reputable business. The BBB Scam Tracker may assist consumers in vetting a job offer, or submitting a suspicious entity for investigation.