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24 September 2011, 18:38
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Elavion,

We don't do due diligence here. Fraudwatchers is a website that is run and operated by unpaid volunteers. We give our free time in order to help those like you learn to detect frauds with the free online tools that we use and would appreciate if you could take some time of you own and read through the articles that have been suggested, as well as this thread and do some basic research on your companies before coming here for help. Please have some respect for our time!

Elavion,

No hacemos trabajo de debida diligencia aquí. Fraudwatchers es un sitio web que esta operado por voluntarios no remunerados. Damos nuestro tiempo libre con el fin de ayudar a aquellos que, como ti, necesitan aprender a detectar fraudes con las herramientas gratuitas online que usamos. Seria muy apreciado si podría tomar algún tiempo para leer los artículos que le hemos sugerido, así como el hilo y hacer algo de investigación básica sobre sus empresas antes de venir aquí en busca de ayuda. Por favor, tenga un poco de respeto para nuestro tiempo y trabajo!
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Elavion,

We don't do due diligence here. Fraudwatchers is a website that is run and operated by unpaid volunteers. We give our free time in order to help those like you learn to detect frauds with the free online tools that we use and would appreciate if you could take some time of you own and read through the articles that have been suggested, as well as this thread and do some basic research on your companies before coming here for help. Please have some respect for our time!

Elavion,

No hacemos trabajo de debida diligencia aquí. Fraudwatchers es un sitio web que esta operado por voluntarios no remunerados. Damos nuestro tiempo libre con el fin de ayudar a aquellos que, como ti, necesitan aprender a detectar fraudes con las herramientas gratuitas online que usamos. Seria muy apreciado si podría tomar algún tiempo para leer los artículos que le hemos sugerido, así como el hilo y hacer algo de investigación básica sobre sus empresas antes de venir aquí en busca de ayuda. Por favor, tenga un poco de respeto para nuestro tiempo y trabajo!
Dodobird,
Firstly, I appreciate what you guys are doing by advising/helping the public about potential scams. Thank you very much for that. I do respect your work, and that is why I have kept posting inquiries. The fact of the matter is that what for you the experts is "basic" research, for newbies like me, is a lot of work. Please take into account that you have a lot of experience and knowledge about these things, and I (and probable most of people posting inquiries) are newbies like me which means that for us, it is not that simple.
So, I apologize if my requests have caused disturbances to you, but as my teachers used to say: it is better to ask a dumb question, rather to give a dumb answer!

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Old 26 September 2011, 06:31
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@ Elavion We volunteer our time to stop people from being scammed and the last thing we would want is for someone to be afraid to ask us a question and then get scammed However, we expect persons contemplating commercial deals to do some due diligence, investigation and "basic research" on their own especially considering the monumental financial undertaking and risks they are contemplating. The fact that this "is a lot of work" is certainly no excuse. You shouldn't even be considering purchasing oil from with unknown and suspicious companies if you're not willing to do what "is a lot of work."
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Old 26 September 2011, 07:26
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Wink Due diligence and BALTIC GAZ

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@ Elavion We volunteer our time to stop people from being scammed and the last thing we would want is for someone to be afraid to ask us a question and then get scammed However, we expect persons contemplating commercial deals to do some due diligence, investigation and "basic research" on their own especially considering the monumental financial undertaking and risks they are contemplating. The fact that this "is a lot of work" is certainly no excuse. You shouldn't even be considering purchasing oil from with unknown and suspicious companies if you're not willing to do what "is a lot of work."
Mysteryquest,
I can assure you that I have done a lot of work. The proof of that, is that I found you guys! You might not believe me, but I asked already the Russian Embassy in my country about those companies, and they said: "those companies are in Russia, we are not there, you might want to ask the Russian Police" Can you believe such dumb answer????
After that I mailed at least 10 times to my embassy in Moscow. They never even answered my questions !!!!
I have knocked many doors asking questions, and the only ones giving straight answers have been you guys!
So, thanks again.
I know I have done a lot of research (considering of course my limited knowledge about this).
But, on the other hand, I think that by posting my questions, many other people will be aware of things.
Just let me give you an example about an email received from Balticgaz, about which I will love to hear your educated opinion:

> Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 03:49:22 -0500
> Subject: Re: BALTIC GAZ.- urea N46%.- 109 Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk 660041, Siberia Russia.
> From: export@balticgaz.com
> To:
>
> Dear sir,
> You should know that Gazprom is a Government Company with its own
> procedures and that there are many endseller companes that are
> privately independent.
>> These private refineries are not affiliated to Gazprom but operate on
> their own and so long as they pay taxes to the Government, they draw
> their oen procedures and sales terms without intefrence from other
> refinery/Government as a legal entity.
>> The No6 is the registration of the contract and it is associated
> with a fee of USD85,000(Eighty Five Thousands United States Dollars)
>> So if you wish to have dealings with OAO Balticgaz, you should
> implement its procedures but if not you can contact Gazprom
> inresepct of your inquiries.
>> Regards,
> Natalie Ivanova.
>
> >
> > Dear sirs,
> > Please explain further what this part of your SCO means:
> >
> > "6, OAO Balticgaz issues a notice of registration to buyer for its
> > consignment
> > With OAO Balticgaz refinery"
> >
> > On the other hand, here is a warning from Gazprom:
> >
> > "GAZPROM FRAUD WARNING: GAZPROM DOES NOT CHARGE RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEE,
> > RUSSIAN MINISTRY FEE, PIPELINE FEE, URALTRANSNEFT FEE. "GAZPROM, the
> > Company, DOESN'T make a request to
> > register future contracts at various ministries and entities of the
> > Russian Federation as the Russian legislation doesn’t provide for such
> > a
> > procedure." Gazprom wishes to warn the public against transactions with
> > unscrupulous
> > market players, which disseminate fictitious commercial proposals for
> > petroleum products sales from Internet websites and via e-ma"
> >
> > Refinery Address:
> > 109 Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk 660041, Siberia Russia.
> >
> > Moscow Office Address:
> > Correspondence/Export unit ;702 pobedy street, korples 22, retovo, Moscow
> > Russia
> >
> >
> > Telephone: +7925-877-9038/+7495-796-6016
> > Fax: +7495-7274881/+7495-585-3955
> > E-mail address:
> > export@balticgaz.com
> > ceo@balticgaz.com
> > info@balticgaz.com
> >
> > From: zola.oil@mail.ru
> > To:
> > Subject: SOFT OFFER
> > Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2011 18:58:53 +0400
> >
> > Dear Sir,
> > Thanks,our endseller company is capable of supplying the said commodity
> > without any hitches, please not that our endseller company does not
> > compromise its working procedure for any reason this is not just to abide
> > by the rules in the Russian federation only, also to the success of any
> > transaction handle by our esteem endseller company.
> >
> > As per your inquiry kindly find our attached soft offer for your diligent
> > view.if you are ok with the terms and condition kindly revert back to us
> > with an official ICPO/LOI address to our endseller company for further
> > proceeding, we await your swift response asap
> >
> > Best Regards
> > Boris Yurivich 

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Old 26 September 2011, 07:47
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Elavion,

As Poirot stated in his last post to you, reading these 2 articles will help you to begin detecting these scams yourself;

Russian Oil Product Import/Export Scam

Identifying Obvious Scam Websites

You've posted quite a few requests here, in return for the answers you have received, we expect you to learn some of these search basics. If it's too much work, I'm sure that your local chamber of commerce could connect you with a company that will do this due diligence research for you...for a fee.
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Old 26 September 2011, 07:49
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$85,000 as an advance fee and you're asking us what we think of the company?! Well they're obviously scammers as the GAZPROM FRAUD WARNING cleared indicated! Let's look at the domain registration information which you should know how to do now as we have given you a link to an article I took the time to write: Identifying Obvious Scam Websites The domain registration date is May 26, 2011, 4 months ago. The "soft offer" came from a free email address: zola.oil@mail.ru. A scam doesn't really get much clearer.

Domain Name: BALTICGAZ.COM
Registrar: DIRECTI INTERNET SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. D/B/A PUBLICDOMAINREGISTRY.COM
Whois Server: whois.PublicDomainRegistry.com
Referral URL: http://www.PublicDomainRegistry.com
Name Server: NS72A.AVAHOST.NET
Name Server: NS72B.AVAHOST.NET
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 21-jun-2011
Creation Date: 26-may-2011
Expiration Date: 26-may-2012

http://balticgaz.com.hypestat.com/
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MX balticgaz.com 14400
SOA 86400
Mname ns1.ph-it.com
Rname pere4you.yandex.ru
Serial Number 2011052602

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Question Balticgaz server in Houston, U.S.A.???

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$85,000 as an advance fee and you're asking us what we think of the company?! Well they're obviously scammers as the GAZPROM FRAUD WARNING cleared indicated! Let's look at the domain registration information which you should know how to do now as we have given you a link to an article I took the time to write: Identifying Obvious Scam Websites The domain registration date is May 26, 2011, 4 months ago. The "soft offer" came from a free email address: zola.oil@mail.ru. A scam doesn't really get much clearer.

Domain Name: BALTICGAZ.COM
Registrar: DIRECTI INTERNET SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. D/B/A PUBLICDOMAINREGISTRY.COM
Whois Server: whois.PublicDomainRegistry.com
Referral URL: http://www.PublicDomainRegistry.com
Name Server: NS72A.AVAHOST.NET
Name Server: NS72B.AVAHOST.NET
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 21-jun-2011
Creation Date: 26-may-2011
Expiration Date: 26-may-2012
Mysteryquest,
I do not understand why this page says that the ISP of Balticgaz.com is in the U.S.A. Could you explain why, please?:
http://balticgaz.com.websitedetective.net/
balticgaz.com Update This Data Now
Website traffic and whois info for Balticgaz.com. The ISP of Balticgaz.com which is currently providing hosting service to this site is THEPLANET.COM INTERNET SERVICES, and the site Balticgaz.com is currently using the ip address 74.55.81.162. This IP address is currently being used by a server located in Houston, United States (US). The latitude and longitude coordinates of this site are 29.7523 and -95.367. The company which is behind all this setup is THEPLANET.COM INTERNET SERVICES. The Google's view of importance or Pagerank of Balticgaz.com is 0 and according to our information, the alexa rank of this site is 9855022.
Analysis of Balticgaz.com

Balticgaz.com Server Information & SEO
Google Pagerank :
Alexa Rank : 9855022 visit Alexa
Webserver : Apache/2.2.17 (Unix


Balticgaz.com Server Location

ISP: THEPLANET.COM INTERNET SERVICES
IP: 74.55.81.162
City: Houston
Country: United States(US)
Latitude: 29.7523
Longitude: -95.367

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Old 26 September 2011, 16:06
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@ Elavion It says the server is in the U.S. because it is! What is it that don't understand? Do you find it strange that a real Russian oil company would host their website in the United States. Yes, that's strange, and it might be a "red flag", however, companies are free to host their domains wherever they see fit. This particular site has been reported for abuse and will soon be gone. However, I'll be honest with you, considering your limited amount of knowledge regarding scams and scam sites, I wouldn't be delving into business with any Russian oil companies because there are more scammers than legitimate companies in that particular field.

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suspected Russia scam company

This company OJSC AZOT AGROCHEMICAL CORPORATION send offer to my buyers claiming that he is a refinery and will supply petroleum products. I looked at their name, there is nothing that shows they supply petroleum products. They have no websites where one can check them out. They are requesting for SBLC from my buyer to supply Automotive Gas Oil (AGO).
Kindly help me verify who this company is and what they are up to.

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suspected Russia scam company

Kindly help me verify this Russian seller/Refinery. They claim they are a refinery and will supply petroleum products

OAO KALMNEFT
www.oao-kalmneft.ru

29 September 2011, 09:54
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Kindly help me verify this Russian seller/Refinery. They claim they are a refinery and will supply petroleum products

OAO KALMNEFT
www.oao-kalmneft.ru
This company has already been identified as a fraud. A simple Google search of the name would have brought up this: http://forum.aa419.org/viewtopic.php...3b99ea50319203

If you are going to consider doing business with Russian oil companies you are going to have to display much more due diligence than you have so far. There are many more scammers than there are legitimate companies. Please read: Identifying Obvious Scam Websites and Russian Oil Company Scam

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Old 29 September 2011, 09:57
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This company OJSC AZOT AGROCHEMICAL CORPORATION send offer to my buyers claiming that he is a refinery and will supply petroleum products. I looked at their name, there is nothing that shows they supply petroleum products. They have no websites where one can check them out. They are requesting for SBLC from my buyer to supply Automotive Gas Oil (AGO).
Kindly help me verify who this company is and what they are up to.
Are you saying this company does not have a website? Please post the actual email containing the offer.

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http://www.balticgaz.com (Fake Russian Oil Company) Dead

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Question SOCIETY WITH LIIMIITED LIIABIILIITY «СИБИРСКАЯ ТОПЛИВНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ»

Mysteryquest,
I have done my research with this company but I have not found any indication that it is or would be a false company. I did the same with the name of the "representative".
The only discrepancy I found, is the phone numbers.
Since you are the experts, could you provide your input, please?
Elavion

SOCIETY WITH LIIMIITED LIIABIILIITY
«СИБИРСКАЯ ТОПЛИВНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ»

RUSSIA, 662150 KRASNOYARSK REGION ACHINSK OF STREET KRUPSKY, 28 ,
phone: 8-913-55-333-88, fax: 8 (39151) 7-89-77, 7-87-95, e-mail: *****, bae-*****
№ 18
FROM "20" AUGUST 2010
SOFT CORPORATE OFFER
WE, SOCIETY WITH LIMITED LIABILITY «СТК» , HEREBY CONFIRM THAT WE ARE READY,
WILLING, AND ABLE TO SELL, THE COMMODITY AS DETAILED BELOW SUBJECT TO
AGREEMENT ON TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND SUBJECT TO OUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE
FINAL CONTRACT .
PRODUCTS: UREA NO. 46 % FERTILIZERS (AGRICULTURE GRADE) GOST 2081/92
ORIGIN: UKRAINE, RUSSIAN FEDERATION, CIS COUNTRIES AT SELLER”S COST
* - POSSIBLY L/C AGAINST ADVANCE PAYMENT BG
TERMS OF LOADING: 30 – 45 DAYS AFTER PAYMENT APPROVAL AND ACCEPTANCE BY THE
SELLER”S BANK
CONTRACT PROCEDURES
1. BUYER ISSUES LOI SENDS TO THE SELLER.
2. SELLER ISSUES FCO AND SENDS TO THE BUYER
3. BUYER SIGNS AND SEALS FCO AND ISSUES AN ICPO WITH ALL BANKING COORDINATED,
AND BCL OR PREADVAICE BG AS APPROPRIATE, FROM A PRIME WORLD BANK CONFIRMING
THAT THE BUYER HAS THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE THE ONE YEAR QUANTITY
4. SELLER ISSUES DRAFT-CONTRACT AND SENDS TO THE BUYER
5. BUYER REQUEST ALL NECESSARY AMENDMENTS AND/OR ALTERATIONS TO DRAFTCONTRACT
AND FORWARDS THE SAME TO THE SELLER FOR APPROVAL
6. SELLER RETURNS BY FAX THE SIGNED DRAFT- CONTRACT TO THE BUYER FOR
SIGNATURE, AND IS TO BE CONSIDERED AS BINDING AGREEMENT
7. BUYER ISSUES 04 (FOUR) HARD COPIES OF CONTRACT TO BE SIGNED AND EXCHANGE BY
COURIER.
8. FURTHER THE BUYER WILL PRESENT TO THE SELLER THE DRAFT OF PAYMENT
INSTRUMENT FOR BANK”S ACCEPTANCE AND ONLY THEN BUYER WILL ISSUE PAYMENT BY
SWIFT.
9. DELIVERY AND SHIPMENT DUE TO SHIPMENT SCHEDULE COMMENCE AS AGREED.
BEST REGARDS,
DIRECTOR
ON WORK WITH CLIENTS
SOCIETY WITH LIMITED LIABILITY «СТК »
BRAZHNIKOV ANDREY
Company Society with Limited Liability Ctk
icon Address RUSSIA, 662150 KRASNOYARSK REGION ACHINSK OF STREET KRUPSKY, Achinsk Krasnoyarsk region Russia
icon Phone 7 - 913 - 8302006

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Thumbs up balticgaz.com dead

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http://www.balticgaz.com (Fake Russian Oil Company) Dead
Looks like they read my postings and your advices !!
Great !! This works !!
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Mysteryquest,
I have done my research with this company but I have not found any indication that it is or would be a false company. I did the same with the name of the "representative".
The only discrepancy I found, is the phone numbers.
Since you are the experts, could you provide your input, please?
Elavion

SOCIETY WITH LIIMIITED LIIABIILIITY
«СИБИРСКАЯ ТОПЛИВНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ»
What is the company's website?

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SOCIETY WITH LIIMIITED LIIABIILIITY «СИБИРСКАЯ ТОПЛИВНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ»

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What is the company's website?
They do not have any, just this: http://anahit04.en.ec21.com/company_info.jsp
and this: http://www.tradekey.com/product_view/id/1498977.htm
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Old 29 September 2011, 11:16
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Well they are almost surely scammers, as you would know if you had read the article I gave you to read:Identifying Obvious Scam Websites Below is an excerpt from that article:

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B2B Scammers

There are "companies" that join and advertise extensively on B2B networks such as Tradekey, Alibaba, Gmdu.net, EcPlaza, Tradeboss, to name just a few. Some of these companies claim to have thousands or hundreds of thousands in sales, 100 or more employees, yet don't have their own domain and website? That is a good indication they are scammers. B2B networks are infested with them. Many of these scammers will only use small B2B websites or appear in B2B directories.
Here is a quote from the other article we gave you to read: Russian Oil Company Scam

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Many of these fake oil companies advertise extensively on B2B networks such as Alibaba. Please note that NO LEGITIMATE RUSSIAN PETROLEUM COMPANY will ever search for new buyers at B2B sites or advertise elsewhere on the internet as they already have regular buyers and traders. If you receive an unsolicited offer from a Russian oil company, it is most likely a scam.
No legitimate Russian oil company would not have a website. As I stated before, if you persist in attempting to do business in this field with your lack of knowledge of even the most rudimentary scam and do not take steps to educate yourself, you will lose your money. We do not do due diligence here: Please read: Due Diligence and Request for Legitimate Businesses

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Due Diligence and Request for Legitimate Businesses

Ok, thanks.

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What about Blago LTD

We are able to sign a Draft contract with the Blago LTD of S.Peterburg. They are asking us to pay 74.000 USD$ to the Russian Minerals & Energy Marketers Association (RUMEMA) to obtain the "Purchas Approval".
- Is this Company Thrue or is a Fraud Company?
- It's thrue that we have to pay this amount to this RUMEMA?
- This amount of 74.000 USD$ will be refunded or not?
- How we pay this fee of 74.000 USD$?
Best regards
C.D.
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Russian Minerals & Energy Marketers Association (RUMEMA) doesn't exist, it's a fraud that was exposed here back in June http://www.fraudwatchers.org/forums/...=44495&page=19

This is the fake web site of these criminals: http://rumema.ru/

Such advance fees are always a sign of fraud. 

Here are the other details of this thief
http://www.alibaba.com/member/ru1002...ntactinfo.html
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Mr. Andre y victorovish
Company Name: BLAGO LTD
Street Address: nvogeriva
City: moscow
Province/State: Russia
Country/Region: Russian Federation
Zip: 101
Telephone: 7-965-40615
The phone number is also fake (incomplete)
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We are able to sign a Draft contract with the Blago LTD of S.Peterburg. They are asking us to pay 74.000 USD$ to the Russian Minerals & Energy Marketers Association (RUMEMA) to obtain the "Purchas Approval".
- Is this Company Thrue or is a Fraud Company?
- It's thrue that we have to pay this amount to this RUMEMA?
- This amount of 74.000 USD$ will be refunded or not?
- How we pay this fee of 74.000 USD$?
Best regards
C.D.
I did a search for "Blago LTD" and it appears not to have a website and only advertises on B2B networks which would indicate its a fraud. No real company doesn't have a domain and website. Please read: Identifying Obvious Scam Websites

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B2B Scammers

There are "companies" that join and advertise extensively on B2B networks such as Tradekey, Alibaba, Gmdu.net, EcPlaza, Tradeboss, to name just a few. Some of these companies claim to have thousands or hundreds of thousands in sales, 100 or more employees, yet don't have their own domain and website? That is a good indication they are scammers. B2B networks are infested with them. Many of these scammers will only use small B2B websites or appear in B2B directories.
The article to read is: Russian Oil Company Scam

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Many of these fake oil companies advertise extensively on B2B networks such as Alibaba. Please note that NO LEGITIMATE RUSSIAN PETROLEUM COMPANY will ever search for new buyers at B2B sites or advertise elsewhere on the internet as they already have regular buyers and traders. If you receive an unsolicited offer from a Russian oil company, it is most likely a scam.
No legitimate Russian oil company would not have a website.
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Thanks

Thanks a lot for you prompt replay and help us.
C.D.
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suspected Russia scam company

A buyer is mine received SCO from OAO Kalmneft and has signed their draft contract. They now want him to obtain "Transaction Passport Number" from the Russian Ministry stated below. Is this a genuine association? Is there anything called "Transaction Passport Number"?

RUSSIAN PETROLEUM REFINERS ASSOCIATION (RUPRA)
33/13 Bolshaya Yakimanka, Moscow 113813, Russia.
Tel.: +7 (495) 7226709
Fax: +7 (495) 7453682
Email: info@rupra.ru
rupra@rupra.ru
services@rupra.ru
Website: www.rupra.ru
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OAO.Kalmneft is a fraud as any Google search would quickly show:http://forum.aa419.org/viewtopic.php...1b6fb7abb3a803 In fact, we already told the company was a fraud!http://www.fraudwatchers.org/forums/...&postcount=574

Of course so is RUSSIAN PETROLEUM REFINERS ASSOCIATION (RUPRA) You really have no business considering purchasing Russian oil when this field is full of scammers and you don't see to have the whereabouts to realize a scam. Russian Oil Company Scam

Look at the domain registration for www.rupra.ru. This is something you should already know how to do.Identifying Obvious Scam Websites

domain: RUPRA.RU
nserver: ns10.hoster.ru.
nserver: ns11.hoster.ru.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, UNVERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: 1802212@regprivate.ru
registrar: REGRU-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.07.13
paid-till: 2012.07.13
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Obviously no real refinery association was created three months ago!
It's obviously fraudulent.
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A buyer is mine received SCO from OAO Kalmneft and has signed their draft contract. They now want him to obtain "Transaction Passport Number" from the Russian Ministry stated below. Is this a genuine association? Is there anything called "Transaction Passport Number"?

RUSSIAN PETROLEUM REFINERS ASSOCIATION (RUPRA)
33/13 Bolshaya Yakimanka, Moscow 113813, Russia.
Tel.: +7 (495) 7226709
Fax: +7 (495) 7453682
Email: info@rupra.ru
rupra@rupra.ru
services@rupra.ru
Website: www.rupra.ru
As MQ said, www.rupra.ru is a fraud. The text from http://rupra.ru/about.html was copied from this legitimate American association
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Mazut scam

Can you please verify the validity of this website mazut-100.com and PAWEENA OIL & GAS SA (no email available)? The agent from mazut-100.com claims that his mazut comes from Paweena Oil & Gas SA. However, I wasn't able to find anything on the latter. The agent requested for the LOI, has offered an opportunity to visit the refinery. Thank you very much!
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Can you please verify the validity of this website mazut-100.com and PAWEENA OIL & GAS SA (no email available)? The agent from mazut-100.com claims that his mazut comes from Paweena Oil & Gas SA. However, I wasn't able to find anything on the latter. The agent requested for the LOI, has offered an opportunity to visit the refinery. Thank you very much!
Well it is already sounding like a scam. I'm not sure that mazut-100.com is a legitimate website as it appears to not have a great deal of information on it. Even if it were legitimate that doesn't mean that these "persons" are connected to it. Many scammers use companies and websites that they are have nothing to do with. This blog is interesting: http://mazut-100.blogspot.com/ as I'm never none a legitimate company to "advertise" using a blog. It is important that you are doing due diligence especially considering the magnitude any commercial deal with an unknown company especially in a field as rife with scammers as Russian Oil is. Please read: Identifying Obvious Scam Websites and Russian Oil Company Scam
and Due Diligence and Request for Legitimate Businesses

As concerns "Paweena Oil & Gas SA" I googled it Click Here: and I saw no website, just ads in B2B networks. I know of no legitimate company that doesn't have a website! Please again read the links I gave you carefully!
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Oops I HAVE ANOTHER QUESTION

I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OAO ICONOIL AND MR Anton Shataev, i HAVE A FRIEND WHO IS MAKING A BUSINESS WITH THIS COMPANY............THANKS
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I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OAO ICONOIL AND MR Anton Shataev, i HAVE A FRIEND WHO IS MAKING A BUSINESS WITH THIS COMPANY............THANKS
What you need to do is learn how to use Google, you would have found this out

CLICK==> http://www.google.com/search?q=%22OA...ient=firefox-a

Reading the following thread will help you avoid Russian oil scammers...http://www.fraudwatchers.org/forums/...ad.php?t=49813
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Is Bong Trading Ltd a fraud?

I need to know these company are fraud or not? I receive their message in tradekey.com.

1-Company: Bong Trading Ltd
Email: bongtradingltd@gmail.com
Address: 41 Toby Street, Westbrigde Johannesburg 2092, South Africa
Phone: 27-820-843400
Fax: 27-866-212250
Web site: www.bongtradingltd.com
Email: bongtradingltd@gmail.com
They claim, they work in Vegetable oil market. They offer upfront payment for payment conditions.

2- Company: Diarora communications
Email: meshachmmola@gmail.com
Address: 316 south rand road, Risana Gauteng 0027, South Africa
Phone: 27-723-947986
Fax: 27-865-054715
Email: meshach.m01@gmail.com
Email: info@diarora.net
website: www.Diarora.net

Thank you so much.
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Well they are both most likely scammers. Please read: Identifying Obvious Scam Websites
and Africa Import/Export Scam
Both of these website were recently registered which is a big red flag and an indication that they are frauds. Keep in mind we do not do due diligence and we would advice you investigate the companies before interacting with them. Due Diligence and Request for Legitimate Businesses

Domain Name: BONGTRADINGLTD.COM
Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.enom.com
Referral URL: http://www.enom.com
Name Server: NS1.MY-SERVER8.CO.ZA
Name Server: NS2.MY-SERVER8.CO.ZA
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 10-jul-2011
Creation Date: 10-jul-2011
Expiration Date: 10-jul-2012

Domain Name: DIARORA.NET
Registrar: DIRECTI INTERNET SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. D/B/A PUBLICDOMAINREGISTRY.COM
Whois Server: whois.PublicDomainRegistry.com
Referral URL: http://www.PublicDomainRegistry.com
Name Server: NS3.ASPNETHOSTING.CO.UK
Name Server: NS4.ASPNETHOSTING.CO.UK
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 11-jul-2011
Creation Date: 11-jul-2011
Expiration Date: 11-jul-2012

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tere's more on diarora.net here http://www.cybercrimeops.com/forums/...ad.php?p=56644

I noticed that bongtradingltd.com was registered with info@mobiworx.co
mobiworx.co itself was registered only ten days earlier, Jun 30 2011 and the site is currently infected with malware.

Bong Trading Fax: 27-866-212250 is used here under another company name which is a sign of fraud.
http://k-i-e-import.tradenote.net/pr...y-Mangoes.html
Quote:
Company: K I & E Import Export
Address: 41 Cliam & Kaptein Street, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Telephone: 27-82-5047775
Fax: 27-86-6212250
27(0)825047775 was also used in pet scams http://www.fraudwatchers.org/forums/...t=33294&page=3

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Old 10 October 2011, 11:05
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i am trying to do business with osmk oil and gas i want to know if this is a real company for oil in Russia
thanks a lot
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Omsk Gas & Oil
HEAD OFFICE: Piatniskaya house 17a,
Moscow,Russia
TEL: +7 499 3900162
FAX: +7 499 3900162
Emails: company@omskgasoil.ru
info@omskgasoil.ru
sales@omskgasoil.ru
export@omskgasoil.ru
Омск газа и нефти
ГОЛОВНОЙ ОФИС: Piatniskaya дом 17а,
Москва, Россия
TEL: +7 499 3900162
Факс: +7 499 3900162
Электронная почта: company@omskgasoil.ru
info@omskgasoil.ru
sales@omskgasoil.ru
export@omskgasoil.ru
HEAD OFFICE: Piatniskaya house 17a,
Moscow,Russia Federation
Омск Газнефть Tel/Fax: +7 499 3900162
Омск Газнефть Email: info@omskgasoil.ru
sales@omskgasoil.ru
company@omskgasoil.ru
www.omskgasoil.ru

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Old 10 October 2011, 12:17
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They are scammers! A simply Google search would have told you that: Click If you don't know if enough to at least Google the name of a company to see if there are any scam hits you should be dabbling in a field which is full of scammers. Please read:
Identifying Obvious Scam Websites
Russian Oil Company Scam
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Old 13 October 2011, 07:23
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Hi, I've offer from http://resourceneft.ru/. can you let me know they are real or fake. thanks
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Old 13 October 2011, 07:28
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fraud check

please let me know on this website:
http://ysntgz.ru/
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Hi, I've offer from http://resourceneft.ru/. can you let me know they are real or fake. thanks
Well they are fake of course! You have no business in this field if you don't have the wherewithal to simply google a company's name to find out whether or not they are scammers: Clickhttp://www.google.com/search?q=%22re...ient=firefox-a

Identifying Obvious Scam Websites
Russian Oil Company Scam
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please let me know on this website:
http://ysntgz.ru/
The are scammers. You will see that their website was just registered a week ago! Again, please read: Russian Oil Company Scam
Identifying Obvious Scam Websites

RUSSIA 141006 MOSCOW PROVINCE MYTISHCHI OLIMPIYSKIY
PROSPEKT HOUSE 20
TEL +7 495 647 8632
FAX +7 495 583 8362
info@ysntgz.ru
sales@ysntgz.ru
legal@ysntgz.ru

domain: YSNTGZ.RU
nserver: ns63.hostia.name.
nserver: ns64.hostia.name.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, UNVERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: ysntgz@inbox.ru
registrar: NAUNET-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.10.02
paid-till: 2012.10.02
source: TCI
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Question MEDITERRANEA CONFORT

We just saw "Mediterreneaconfort2010sl.com is a scam. The website was put up for one year only and is copied from this legitimate site". Our buyer signed M100 with this company since mandate have got transaction records.Need for your cooperation wheather this company ie genuine or not!

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We just saw "Mediterreneaconfort2010sl.com is a scam. The website was put up for one year only and is copied from this legitimate site". Our buyer signed M100 with this company since mandate have got transaction records.Need for your cooperation wheather this company ie genuine or not!
If it's exposed here as a scam that's because it is. Mediterreneaconfort2010sl.com is a fraud setup by a Cameroon criminal living in Russia by the name of Alain Blaise Atah Tcheguie

In fact, a dozen Russian Oil scammers have been identified and all where West African criminals living in Russia. Details here: http://fraudwatchers.org/forums/showthread.php?t=49813
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These scammers used to try to sell oil they did not have. Now they are trying to sell arms they don't have. They claim to be arms manufacturer and exporter from Russia. Their modus is to claim that they need to register a client with the Russian Authorities and that costs US$300,000-00. They are NOT a manufacturer nor registered trader in military and controlled items.

This text is taken from their website:

"For over 40 years ZavodKansk has been part of the ex-Soviet Union on every level of arms and ammunition" Well that's an obvious lie since their website domain was only registered in May 2011!


http://www.zavodkansk.ru (Fake Russian Oil Scam)
Russia, 123100, Moscow,
Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment., 12
Tel : +7 495 764 7810
Fax : +7 495 764 7081
Email : zavodkansk@zavodkansk.ru
Information : info@zavodkansk.ru

domain: ZAVODKANSK.RU
nserver: ns1.jino.ru.
nserver: ns2.jino.ru.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, VERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: zavod.kansk@mail.ru
registrar: R01-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.05.13
paid-till: 2012.05.13
source: TCI

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http://kapotnyaneftebaza.ru/ (Fake Russian Oil Scam)
KAPOTNYANEFTEBAZA / KAPOTNYA NEFTEBAZA
Address: 14, Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment. Moscow, Russia. 123100
Telephone: +74993910198
Fax: +7495 660 4900
export@kapotnyaneftebaza.ru
info@kapotnyaneftebaz.ru
legal@kapotnyaneftebaza.ru
www.kapotnyaneftebaza.ru

domain: KAPOTNYANEFTEBAZA.RU
nserver: ns1.jino.ru.
nserver: ns2.jino.ru.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, VERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: mailto:kapotnya.neftebaza@mail.ru
registrar: R01-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.05.02
paid-till: 2012.05.02
source: TCI
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This site has been removed however for the record, from Google cache:
http://caspianoil.ru
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OJSC Caspian Oil Company (COC):
55% of Caspian Oil Company is state owned by (Gazprom), 45%
Mr Ruslan Maslovskiy
Acting General Director
E-mail of acting General Director: rmaslovskiy@caspianoil.ru
Caspian Oil Company
Address:Gazprom Building, 16 Nametkina St.,
Moscow
117997
GSP-7
E-mail: info@caspianoil.ru
Export Department
E-mail: export@caspianoil.ru
Procurement/Sales

Caspian Oil Company strives to ensure transparency of procurement procedures, expand the circle of their participants, and enhance the quality of purchased goods and services. To achieve these objectives, the Company has a procurement system for selection of a purchaser by different competitive ways.


Selection of purchaser of products/ works/ services is performed by commercial department based on open and negotiated tenders, tenders with preliminary qualification selection and survey of current prices. The Company operates the centralized supplier information management system and applies different ways to pay for supplies, including factoring.

Information about procedures for products/ works/ services procurement is published on the Companys site in the relevant sections. Besides, notifications on open tenders holding are published on the website of the Union of Oil and Gas Equipment Producers.

All offers on cooperation shall be sent to the e-mail: export@caspianoil.ru. In your letter you shall specify the basic characteristics of inventory and contact information. The letter shall contain the name of proposed products.

Sales operations have been performed in compliance with International personnel, operations, safety, environmental and financial policies.

In order to receive invitation for participation in preliminary qualification, and other questions related to participation in competitive procurement procedures, you shall address to the commercial department of the company.
Quote:
caspianoil.ru
Владелец домена: R01 Personal Data Operator protected
Тел.: +7 903 1134874
Факс: +7 903 1134874
Email: swallowsfc@gmail.com
DNS сервера: ns1.hc.ru.;ns2.hc.ru.
Дата регистрации: 2011.04.02
Домен оплачен до: 2012.04.02

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FRAUD

http://minneftegaz.ru
MINNEFTEGAZ, LTD.
4/1A, 2ya Roshinskaya street,
115191, Moscow, Russia
Web: www.minneftegaz.ru
Email: info@minneftegaz.ru
Phone/Fax: +7 (495) 646-61-63

domain: MINNEFTEGAZ.RU
nserver: ns1.peterhost.ru.
nserver: ns2.peterhost.ru.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, VERIFIED
org: MINNEFTEGAZ, LTD.
phone: +7 495 6466163
fax-no: +7 495 6466163
e-mail: mailto:minneftegaz@mail.ru
registrar: R01-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.02.24
paid-till: 2012.02.24
source: TCI
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FRAUD

http://www.kalintransneft.net/
"Kalintransneft"
23 Tangaskaya street
Zhigunov
Russia. sales.kalintransneft@mail.ru
Telephone:+7(926)221-7233
Dmitry Salenko
Telephone: +7(925)375-3665 Email:export.kalintransneft@mail.ru
Telephone: +7(499)253-1537
Fax: +7 (926) 221-7233 admin.kalintransneft@mail.ru

Domain Name: KALINTRANSNEFT.NET
Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
Whois Server: whois.networksolutions.com
Referral URL: http://www.networksolutions.com
Name Server: NS1.WIX.COM
Name Server: NS2.WIX.COM
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 12-aug-2011
Creation Date: 12-aug-2011
Expiration Date: 12-aug-2012
Registrant:
Molchanova, Yulia
ATTN KALINTRANSNEFT.NET
mailto:tq9fh6wt8f5@networksolutionsprivateregistration.com
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FRAUD

http://www.sibinterneftegaz.ru/
"Sibinterneftegaz"
Main office:
Moscow
Alex Kololenko Zhigunov
5th Magistralnaya 20 sales@sibinterneftegaz.ru
Telephone:+7(926)221-7233
Dmitry Salenko
Telephone: +7(925)375-3665 Email:export@sibinterneftegaz.ru
Telephone: +7(499)253-1537
Fax: +7 (926) 221-7233 admin@sibinterneftegaz.ru

domain: SIBINTERNEFTEGAZ.RU
nserver: ns1.wix.com.
nserver: ns2.wix.com.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, VERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: mailto:dima.kilcho@yandex.ru
registrar: REGRU-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.08.26
paid-till: 2012.08.26
source: TCI
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http://www.wix.com/dimakilcho/slavneftgaz#! (Fake Russian Oil Scam)
Sibinterneftegaz

Main office:
4 W 64Th St. ,New York, NY 12003
Phone: 1-800-800-4567
Fax: 1 (212) 661 0001

Dallas office:
4 W 64Th St. ,Dallas , NY 12003
Phone: 1-800-800-4567
Fax: 1 (212) 661 0001

Customer Support:
Phone: 1-800-800-4567
Fax: 1 (212) 661 0001

Project Managers:
Phone: 1-800-800-4567
Fax: 1 (212) 661 0001
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http://www.volgaresource.com (Fake Russian Oil Scam)
OAO Balticgaz
Refinery Address:
109 Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk 660041, Siberia Russia.
Moscow Office Address:
Correspondence/Export unit ;702 pobedy street, korples 22, retovo, Moscow Russia
Telephone:+7925-877-9038/+7495-796-6016
Fax:+7495-7274881/+7495-585-3955
export@volgaresource.com
ceo@volgaresource.com
info@volgaresource.com

Domain Name: VOLGARESOURCE.COM
Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.enom.com
Referral URL: http://www.enom.com
Name Server: NS72A.AVAHOST.NET
Name Server: NS72B.AVAHOST.NET
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 27-sep-2011
Creation Date: 27-sep-2011
Expiration Date: 27-sep-2012

Registrant Contact:

Ivan Kozolova (latvo@yahoo.com)
+7.70653837293
Fax:
Lenina 45
Moskov, Moskov 126889
RU
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http://erazrez.com
ООО "Energo- Razrez" (General inquiries)
141209, Republic of Kzakhstan, Ekibastuz , Stroitelnaya Str 23/308 Office 37
Тel/Fax: +7(916)09-663-08
Email: info@erazrez.com
ООО «Mozek Trading» (Sales department, Pocurement issues)
112454 RF. Moscow . Petrovskaya Street 49/3. к 37
Director Valter Konstantin Villievich.
Tel/Fax: +7(495)649-93-28
Email: mtrade@erazrez.com

Text here was copied from here

Domain Name: ERAZREZ.COM
Registrar: FASTDOMAIN, INC.
Whois Server: whois.fastdomain.com
Referral URL: http://www.fastdomain.com
Name Server: NS1.PIPEDNS.COM
Name Server: NS2.PIPEDNS.COM
Name Server: NS3.PIPEDNS.COM
Status: ok
Updated Date: 23-jun-2011
Creation Date: 13-jun-2011
Expiration Date: 13-jun-2012
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Site mainly copied from here

http://www.jsckrugol.ru/
Mining
PIONERSKY BOULEVARD,KEMEROVO , 650054, RUSSIA.
Office / Export Department
Moskovskaya oblast' T. Klin, Mira street h.25
Smirnov Nikolay Stepanovich (Chief Executive Officer)
Sidorov Konstantin Vladimirovich ( Administrative Manager)
Pronin Andrey Nikolaevich (Sales Manager)
Tel +7 495 4102186
Fax +7 495 6751496
krugolcompany@inbox.ru

domain: JSCKRUGOL.RU
nserver: ns1.agava.net.ru.
nserver: ns2.agava.net.ru.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, UNVERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: mailto: krugoljsc@gmail.com
registrar: AGAVA-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.09.08
paid-till: 2012.09.08
source: TCI
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ROMALIMITED.COM

I am doing business with Roma Enterprises Ltd-UK for used rails from Russia .
He is asking buyer company to issue ICPO & LC/BG to ROMA LIMITED.I am a bit curious when he is asking to issue to another company.
Their email arun@romalimited.com , rosltd1@aol.com , a.malhotra111@yahoo.com.br
Can help to check about this company?
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I am doing business with Roma Enterprises Ltd-UK for used rails from Russia .
He is asking buyer company to issue ICPO & LC/BG to ROMA LIMITED.I am a bit curious when he is asking to issue to another company.
Their email arun@romalimited.com , rosltd1@aol.com , a.malhotra111@yahoo.com.br
Can help to check about this company?
I see that there is no website at www.romalimited.com and it was registered on January 3, 2011, less than one year ago, and only registered for one year. Those are all red flags. It is also using free email addresses, another red flag. What is the phone number of this company and do they have a website? Please read:Identifying Obvious Scam Websites and Russian Oil Company Scam
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Deal with russian Urea N 46 % supplier

Dear All,

We are a consulting company in Oman (Middle east) and we have buyer ready to buy for Urea N 46 %, got many SCO but later on found they many of them are scam. Thanks to fraud watchers.

But now the question is from where we find the real genuine sellers of Urea from Russia?

Is there any ways to find our either they are genuine or not ?

Please provide us some useful information in regards.

Thanks & Best Regards
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Deal with russian Urea N 46 % supplier

is this supplier is genuine ?

Evgeny Dmitry agromynes@gmail.com

Dear Sameer,

Below is our seller terms and procedures as requested.

1. COMMODITY:

Urea 46% Nitrogen Prilled/Granular Price: $280 USD Gross/ $270 USD Net.


2. ORIGIN: RUSSIA

3. QUANTITY Minimum: 2,000 MT x 12 Months

4. DESTINATION: CIF AWSP.



5. By irrevocable, confirmed, transferable, revolving documentary letter of credit or bank guarantee for the monthly delivery payable 100% at sight at seller’s bank (subject to UCP 1993 rev. – ICC publ. n°600) against presentation of shipping documents as per contract, and the documentary letter of credit shall be negotiable and payable at the buyer’s bank and shall be transferred by buyer’s bank directly to seller’s bank. The letter of credit / bank guarantee will be issued for the sum of covering the total monthly quantity (± 5%).



6. INSPECTIONS: SGS,

7. PERFORMANCE BOND - The seller will issue to the Buyer’s Bank an Operative Performance

Bond in the amount of TWO (2) percent of the value of ONE (1) month’s supply of the said

Commodity based on INCONTERM ICC600



PROCEDURE



1. Buyer issue ICPO to seller with permission for soft probe.

2. Seller issue FCO, Buyer signs and returns FCO with an acceptance letter on the procedures.

3. SELLER issues Draft Contract, open for amendments Buyer returns the Contract signed and sealed.

4. Contract is lodged with the Local authority [Komi Inland revenue Service] to approve the required allocation quantity for export, against which Buyer liquidates the calculated variable inland allocation tax for the total quantity to be exported of which a pro-forma invoice will be presented by the Inland revenue service.

5. Both parties signs NCNDA/IMFPA for Intermediaries NCND and IMFPA to protect commission.

6. Both parties lodge contract in their respective bank, (Seller) issues final banking coordinates to
buyer for the issuance of POF, upon confirmation, seller through it holding bank confirms by swift
to buyers Full proof of product (POP) and authorization to dip test.

7. Upon confirmation of the POP, the Buyer Issues a 100% at sight SBLC/Irrevocable, Non-Transferable Stand by L/C for each cargo shipment of monthly delivery not later than 48 hours.

8. Seller bank issues to buyer's bank 2% PB to activate instrument.

9. Delivery of the product shall commence 10-15 days upon receipt of Bank operative instrument.

10. Seller release commissions to all Brokers and Facilitators





Payment for Each Monthly Shipment upon Every Shipment of the Goods Being Loaded



Notice: Procedures are not negotiable and must be given in the Buyers ICPO/LOI
Please confirm and get back to me.
Best regards,
Evgeny Dmitry
Tel: +7 926 801 9788
Address:102 Kitaygorodskiy,
109074 Moscow, Russia
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Old 19 October 2011, 06:30
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Deal with russian Urea N 46 % supplier

Other Urea Suppliers from Russia, are those genuine ?

1 - E-mail from bellow

Andrey Voskoboynikov andrey.voskoboynikov@yahoo.com
Mr Andrey Voskoboynikov
Tel: +74993402615
Mobile: +79651733689
Skype Andrey.voskoboynikov1

2 - SCO letterhead details

S.V. CAPITAL
HOUSE 42 / 1
KREMENCHUGSKAYA
STREET 121357 MOSCOW
RUSSIA.
TEL: +7-499-343-5691
FAX: +7-499-343-5692
Email: pochta@capitalsv.net

Kamalov Viktor Ivanovich
Sales Director
“S.V CAPITAL LTD”

Please advise us

Best Regards
Sameer
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Old 19 October 2011, 06:42
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Deal with russian Urea N 46 % supplier

more supplier from russia for Urea N 46 %

are those genuine ?

Alex selivanov infoatalgon@gmail.com

ALGON ENERGY
32, Kurskoe Ulitsa, Moscow, Russia
Federation
Email: infoatalgon@gmail.com
infoatalgon@mail.ru
Tel: +79654058123

Alex Selivanov Director, Algon Energy.
____________________________________________________

perovex Dimitry perovex.super-agrochem@yandex.ru

OOO «Vitronefteprom Group»
Юр. адрес: 121096, г Москва, ул кастанаевская, дом 5,
Г. Москва Студенческая дом 22
Тел: +7-495-364-2804
Факс: +7-495-364-3805
э-почта: info@vitronpg.ruvitro-agro@vitronpg.ru
веб-сайте: www.vitronpg.ru

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______________________________________________________

anton malenkov ritek-international@bk.ru

RITEKOIL INTERNATIONAL

Malenkov Anton

Managing Director


Please advise us in this regards

thanks & Regards
Sameer
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Old 19 October 2011, 07:39
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[quote=sameerzeeni;140933]Dear All,

We are a consulting company in Oman (Middle east) and we have buyer ready to buy for Urea N 46 %, got many SCO but later on found they many of them are scam. Thanks to fraud watchers.

But now the question is from where we find the real genuine sellers of Urea from Russia?

Is there any ways to find our either they are genuine or not ?

Please provide us some useful information in regards.

Thanks & Best Regards
Sameer
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