Wednesday, August 3, 2016 (Cameroonian non-delivery scam)

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Most of these fake websites claiming to internationally wholesale commodities such as beer, soft drinks and energy drinks, a4 paper,  powdered milk and baby formula etc.., are scams from West African scammers mainly from Cameroon, living in various countries, most having entered those countries using student or working visas.
Here are some that have been formerly identified ==> (Cameroonian non-delivery scam)
Phetpadit Paper industry Co.,Ltd
All payments for goods must be made via international wire transfer directly to our bank account, the order will ship after the payment received in our bank account, and to handle any misunderstanding both of sales and customer, please you contact us through phone/email after you have make a payment.
And email us with the scan proof of the payment by your bank, so we can released your order immediately to shipped. You are responsible for all bank transfer fees, shipping costs and insurance. we will ship your order once your payment is received. (Please note that we cannot accept payment by Amex, Mastercard, Visa or Maestro except for local order).
There will be no delivery until cleared funds are received.

As an example of what you could be dealing with, here are some Cameroon scammers that have been identified as living in Thailand:
Gabila Bertrand Banguket ((got a teaching job at Mahidol University
and has been scamming from Thailand ever since)
Bibila Gideon
Fon Lovet Anye
Kolle Sone Mbwoge (Mbwo)
Mukong Roland Fru
Bless Ngala
Tcheuo Pemewa Mirabeau from Cameroon and continued in Thailand after he got a teaching job in Chiang-Mai in 2013)
Bemsi donald
   Registrar: NAMESILO, LLC
   Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 1479
   Whois Server:
   Referral URL:
   Name Server: US81.HOSTBLAST.NET
   Name Server: US82.HOSTBLAST.NET
   Updated Date: 19-may-2016
   Creation Date: 29-apr-2016
   Expiration Date: 29-apr-2017

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