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#111014 by scam warner 123 Sat Jun 30, 2012 12:35 pm
Ok, if anyone receives an email from a Lynda Boulais please scroll over her her name and the email address should be a bunch of random letters and numbers, she claims to work for Toho bank and the job offer is a scam, probably to get you to money launder as they need you to give them your bank details and the anonymous donators to the charity they claim they have will send them to your bank account. After that happens you supposedly have to send the money they transfer to your account to the company or one their ''couriers'' through money gram or western union.The big million dollar question is why do they need you to collect the money from the sponsors first therefore being put into the equation and possibly handling illegal money, then you give it to them which makes it legal, for them i mean not for you ofcourse for all you know that money could have come from anywhere and as far as the law is concerned you will be the one who goes to jail for it as you are the one money laundering. This is why they need you in the equation because otherwise the donations would transfer straight to their supposedly legitimate company. Also who would trust a random person to actually be sent money and actually trust people to send it back and only keep their so called commission from it. This is a dirty scam and could possibly result to you ending up in jail or in huge debt. Please be careful people, i just thought i would warn you.
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#112074 by jhob Sun Jul 08, 2012 3:53 am
She is now calling herself Jessica Davies but it is the same scam. Look at the English grammar in the text. It's not quite right is it? For me that's a sure sign of a scam.

jhob
#150049 by bill_b3llo Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:02 pm
OK I'm still around. Emmanuel Ekhator has pleaded guilty and is up for sentencing. That is not to say that there are not others around the globe still working these scams. There are, but the North American market for these scams has pretty much dried up. There is work in progress on those others.

http://www.law360.com/whitecollar/artic ... at-lawyers

Write me at scamspook at gmail.com
#150075 by Jillian Tue Feb 12, 2013 1:10 am
Glad to hear the progress, and good to see you, Bill.

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#164245 by bill_b3llo Thu May 02, 2013 7:02 pm
Good to see you too and I'm happy to see this site still working hard to stop theses bastard scammers. Thanks you all so much.

Here's some better and more recent links to Ekhator, it seems the one I posted before wants a subscription:

http://www.justice.gov/usao/pam/news/20 ... 8_2013.htm

http://news.ca.msn.com/ontario/mississa ... fraud-case

http://www.abajournal.com/mobile/articl ... takes_plea

There is still a lot of these lawyer scams going on. I'm not gone yet.

Thanks again for keeping up the good fight.

Bill

Write me at scamspook at gmail.com
#186016 by bill_b3llo Thu Jan 02, 2014 8:34 pm
Another suspect is due to start trial tomorrow, 1/3/14, Kingsley Osagie in the central Penn federal court, the same that took down Ekhator. He has pleaded NG but was listed as a co-conspirator in the original indictment.

http://www.justice.gov/usao/pam/news/20 ... 5_2013.htm

He was arrested at the Atlanta GA airport after returning from Nigeria.

Hope everyone here is well and I wish you the best. Wish I could do more.

Bill

Write me at scamspook at gmail.com
#201602 by drzafar.medgen Thu May 15, 2014 9:55 am
Air-cheapflights.com: They are fraud. I paid them USD 2000 but did not get tickets and they are not replying email or phone call. They are currently asking to send money to following address:
Please find the transfer instructions below:

Recipient First Name: Ayca
Recipient Last Name: Kesrikoglu
Recipient City: Istanbul
Recipient Country: Turkey

Can Anybody tell where to report it in Turkey or internationally to get police help?
#232712 by Grandma Grim Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:02 am
JANUARY 2015 AND SAME EMAIL ADDRESS:

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