Global-Express Logistics

Advanced Fee Scams for various products including pet adoption

This is a fake shipping site used for advanced fee scams involving many products but especially pet adoption scams.

The victim thinks that they purchased a product or pet and the scammer uses this fake site to make it appear that the product or pet is being shipped by this fake shipping company.

This fake company will then contact the victim saying that more money is required for various import permits, licences or insurance costs that will be refunded when it is all just a scam.

Is Global-Express Logistics a scam?
Global-Express Logistics is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Global-Express Logistics legit?
First Global-Express Logistics is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Global-Express Logistics’s consumers?
There is/are 3 review(s) posted about Global-Express Logistics and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Global-Express Logistics located?
Global-Express Logistics is located at Sacramento, CA, USA. You can contact Global-Express Logistics by dialing N/A or visit their website before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Global-Express Logistics’s customers?
According to the report(s), US N/A was the total loss incurred by Global-Express Logistics’s customers.

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3 Reviews on Global-Express Logistics

  1. I was just scammed by Delta Global Logistics

    i bought something online, I thought it was legit. They said they used Delta global logistics, emailed me from [email protected]

    kept saying my package need me to pay 1500 in insurance for it to be released. The guy took 2K from me in bitcoin. LOW LIFE SCUM

    I feel so stupid about the situation.


  2. 100% scam AVOID AT ALL COSTS

    Yes, unfortunately the same thing happened to me. I was thinking I was getting a dog from Los Angeles. I paid the guy, he sent me some pictures. I even reversed Google searched to make sure. I paid $500 through zelle. the next day the guy sends me an email from [email protected] saying the shipment is in my state and I have to pay a $750 “refundable” insurance fee. The seller is assuring me that they will refund it same day/next day. So I move money around and zelle $750.
    Well guess what. Then they said “you need to another $350 late payment fee and that point I realized it was a scam.
    The website at first glance looked real, deltaglobalexpress .com. Had contact info, had a tracking number with info that matched what the seller told me. It was so realistic, but looking back I should have realized it was a scam as soon as the first $750 payment was required 😭

  3. Not me but a friend

    I was not a victim but I was privy to the emails of a friend of mine and it appeared as if she was being scammed by an individual who was associating his self with this company. The emails were semi cryptic. I could not get an understanding of the transaction. It appeared as if this company was to be responsible for shipping some type of precious metals out of Iraq and she was the buyer. The individual was sending reports on the process and problems that were causing delays . He was requesting monies to be sent so that the items could enter the country ( Mexico). I short, this I dividial was trying to get her to send him monies before she received any product. Now was Global Express behind this transaction? I cannot say.

  4. Supposed to be a victim

    Hi, i am supposed to be a victim of this online delivery scam, but luckily im noticed that this is a scam. The sender wants to send a gift to me, iphone 11pro max, luxury bags and he told me that he put $75000 on the box. He sent a receipt but the tracking number wasnt there.. He told me he is from manchester but he even sends the parcel to London, thats confusing right. Some tips I want to share why i recognized it as a scam. There is no tracking no.for the parcel, the receipt was only hand written, be wise if its international and legit it should be printed not had written. Check on google the courrier they are using. I easily know because he used main global logistics, he said he was from UK but the address of the courrier is from Los Angeles.

Reported Loss :0 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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