Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Stuart Popham Barclays Wealth / Fake Bank Scam Fraud

Dear Valued Client,
Attention:
Further to your email correspondence. Your account is "On Hold". We received the attached correspondence from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Please read through the correspondence, it is self explanatory. You are required to immediately secure a FATF International Transfer Certificate. The statutory fee for the certificate is 0.029% of your total investment funds i.e. US$8,700.00.

You are therefore advised to send immediately the certificate fee of US$8,700.00 via bank wire transfer to the below account so you can meet with the deadline of Tuesday 4th June 2013.

BANK NAME: HSBC BANK
BANK ADDRESS: LIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOM
A/C NAME: MS. FAITH MONKWUYE
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 51362488
IBAN: GB17MIDL40050051362488
BRANCH IDENTIFIER CODE (BIC): MIDLGB2173E
SORT CODE: 400500

After sending, forward to us immediately the wire transfer receipt of payment.

Remain advised.

Regards,
Stuart Popham
Barclays Wealth
43 Brook Street
London W1K 4HJ
Tel:44 203 455 6212
Fax:44 871 247 3453
Email: customerservice@brlywthgrp.com
Email: stuartpopham@brlywthgrp.com
************************************************************ ************************************************************ ******************
This email is from Barclays Bank Plc London. Its contents are confidential to the intended recipient(s) at the email address(es) to which it has been addressed. It may not be disclosed to or used by anyone other than the addressee(s), nor may it be copied in anyway. If received in error, please contact the sender, then delete it from your system. Although this email and attachments are believed to be free of virus, or any other defect which might affect any computer or IT system into which they are received and opened, it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that they are virus free and no responsibility is accepted by Barclays Bank for any loss or damage arising in any way from receipt or use thereof. ************************************************************ ************************************************************ ***

1 comment:

  1. I fell for it too. Right in 2014. Popham calls himself now Stuartt (added second t at the end) and works in collaboration with a certain Darren McKay. The new domain the are using is e-brlywthgrp.com The fraudulent scheme is connected to an alleged former Syrian government official. Watch out. They deprived me of a quarter million bucks!

    ReplyDelete

Do not include identifying or contact information in your comment! Scammers read this blog. It is quicker to use the contact form if you have questions! Do not ask if a company or a job is a scam when it is already listed as a scam!