Be aware buyers, new medical marijuana delivery service are offering overnight marijuana delivery . They ship it via UPS !
Do you know what is going to happen to you when USPS find out what in the package with your address? It is Federal Government and you’ll be in jail for a long time even for buying it.
You should know that all delivery businesses should be licensed by the city and list of licensed deliveries can be found online.
So how do MMJ TRAIN Delivery scam work?
They collect thousands of patients at their`s mmj evaluations scam (mmjdoctoronline and 420evaluationsonline) and push all patients to mmjtrain.com to buy weed from them. Of course it is easy, just enter your card info , choose weed and wait. They do not guarantee that you receive it because it can be lost or seized by USPS. Its better to be lost otherwise you’ll be in jail.
How do they ship weed?
Kirill Brezanskiy successfully implemented his shipping potential from his previous scams such as mmjdoctoronline.com and 420evaluationsonline.com where he anonymously hired people to ship fake medical marijuana recommendations. Now he established cannabis shipping operations. From stolen credit cards he buys prepaid shipping labels. Shipping agent form orders, packs them and ship by dropping of at blue USP shipping boxes. This boxes can be found almost everywhere and anyone can ship anything.
How do they accept payments?
Probably the same scheme as at mmjdoctoronline and 420evaluationsonline. We all know that banks do not accept money for Cannabis so Kirill Brezanski developed his own payment scheme where he created fake companies and when payment accrues bank see as it was for some goods or services not associated with marijuana. Usually buyer is being informed that payment will occur from suspicious account. Feel free to call your bank and cancel your transaction or you might loose your money.
Kirill Brezansky and his new MMJ TRAIN start up again braking all news .
As of today Kirill Brezansky created a network of fraudulent marijuana businesses :
And today mmjtrain.com scam – busted!