Saturday, April 20, 2019

burgedykes@googlemail.com / Fake Grant Scam Fraud

This is a fake lottery scam! There is no lottery! You have not won anything! Do not send any personal details or identification documents or money! Any email or SMS you receive telling you have won a lottery is a scam! If you did not buy a ticket, you cannot win a lottery! Read Emails & SMS Lottery Win Notifications Are Scams and You Have Won a Lottery! Or Have You?

Google org <fhidalgo@ctmetal.es> Mon, Apr 15, 2019 at 4:45 PM
Reply-To: burgedykes@googlemail.com
Google.org
1-13 St Giles High Street
London WC2H 8AG
United Kingdom
Website: www.google.org

Our Ref: UK/019-11223/GFG

GOOGLE FOUNDATION 2019 GRANTS

We wish to congratulate you on this note for being selected as a major customer this year. This promotion was set-up to encourage active users of Google search engine and the Google ancillary services and confirmed by our co-sponsors Visa*/MasterCard* International. Google earns its profit mainly from advertising using their own Gmail, Gala, Sify e-mail services, Google Maps, Google Apps, Orkut social networking, You Tube video sharing, Google search engine and Google ancillary services which are all offered to the public for free. EACH YEAR, GOOGLE DONATES One Hundred Million United State Dollars IN GRANTS, and One Billion United State Dollars IN PRODUCTS.

Hence we do believe with your grant, you will continue to be active and patronize Google search engine. Google is now the biggest search engine Worldwide and in an effort to make sure that it remains the most widely used search engine, we ran an online e-mail beta test which your email address won Two Million Four Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great British Pound Sterling (2,450,000 GBP). We wish to formally inform you that you have successfully passed the requirements, statutory obligations, verification, validations and satisfactory report test conducted to all on-line winners. A bank draft of Two Million Four Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great British Pound Sterling (2,450,000 GBP) will be issued in your name by Google Foundation Board (UK).

Furthermore, your details falls within our UK representative office as indicated in our database and your grant will be released to you from our UK regional office in London United Kingdom.

You are required to Contact Google Foundation Board (UK), using below contact details for the documentation and processing of your grant.

CONTACT DETAILS

Name: Mr. Burge Dykes
Email: burgedykes@googlemail.com

Do e-mail the Foundation Board office at once with the Verification and Funds release form below for validation of your grant. You are also advised to contact our Google Payment Coordinator (Mr. Burge Dykes via the above email) with the following details below to avoid unnecessary delay and complications.

MANDATORY VERIFICATION AND FUNDS RELEASE FORM
-Residential Address:
-Tel (Mobile):
-Nationality/Country:
-Full Name:
-Age/Sex:
-E-mail Address:
-Occupation/Position:
-What is your comment on Google Foundation?

Google values your right to privacy! Your information is 100% secured and will be used exclusively for the purpose of this grant only.

Note: This is a FOUNDATION GRANT not a LOTTERY. Google is not into LOTTERY.

For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential till your claims are processed and your money remitted to you. This is part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous elements. Please be warned!

Congratulations from the Staffs & Members of Google and Google Foundation Board.

Sincerely,

Jacquelline Fuller
Director
©2019 Google Corporation  
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10 Fake Scam Websites

For further information on these Scams, please Read Identifying Scammers and Scam Websites! and Never Wire Money to Strangers! or click below on these images

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These fake websites fall into several scam categories including fake jobs, fake bank, fake law firm, non-delivery, fake shipper, fake tender, fake oil, fake loan, etc. Some of the websites only have index files. That indicates that the scammer purchased the domain so that he could send out emails that appear to be from a real company. Most are erected by West African scammers mainly from Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana etc.., living in various countries, most having entered those countries using student or working visas.

Here are some scammers that have been formerly identified ==>List of Cameroon Scammers and List of Nigerian Scammers

1. http://uaeaib.com/ 
173.214.177.126

2. http://witrustbnk.com/ 
173.214.177.127 

3. http://alzakhyinvestmentbank.com/ 
173.214.177.127 

4. http://swiftlinkint.com/ 
173.214.177.126 

5. http://royalatlanticbnk.com/ 
173.214.177.127

6. http://garrylawfirm.com/ 
173.214.177.126 

7. http://gatewayshipc.com/ 
173.214.177.126

8. http://globallinkscc.com/ 
173.214.177.126 

9. http://northerntrustsc.com/ 
173.214.177.126 

10. http://catterlen.com/ 
173.214.177.126

natialowry@gmail.com / Fake Loan Scam Fraud

For further information on these Scams, please Read Fake Loan Scams and Never Wire Money to Strangers and Identifying Scammmers and Scam Websites! 

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On Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 5:30 PM Loan Facility <shop@schneiderx.com> wrote:

Dear Sir,

Loan Facility Available:

We work with a reliable and efficient company in England that specialized on bank loan at a very reasonable rate of 4% per-annul which are far much better than securing financial instrument such as Bank Guarantee (BG) or Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC). The whole process from signing of contract and the application process and approval of loan can be completed as early as ten (10) banking days or less.

Contact me for further directives / information if you are interested.

Sincerely.
Ms. Natia Lowry
Global Finance & Capital Limited
(Registered No 05791391)
42 Upper Berkeley Street
London W1H 5PW
Great Britain

10 Fake Scam Websites

For further information on these Scams, please Read Identifying Scammers and Scam Websites! and Never Wire Money to Strangers! or click below on these images

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These fake websites fall into several scam categories including fake jobs, fake bank, fake law firm, non-delivery, fake shipper, fake tender, fake oil, fake loan, etc. Some of the websites only have index files. That indicates that the scammer purchased the domain so that he could send out emails that appear to be from a real company. Most are erected by West African scammers mainly from Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana etc.., living in various countries, most having entered those countries using student or working visas.

Here are some scammers that have been formerly identified ==>List of Cameroon Scammers and List of Nigerian Scammers

1. http://inexpresslogistics.com/ 
67.220.183.18
PDR 

2. https://www.xminerz.com/invest/ 
66.147.238.141 
PDR 

3. https://www.optionslite.com/new/invest/ 
66.147.238.141
PDR 

4. https://www.optionminers.com/ 
108.61.58.242 
PDR 

5. https://www.firstbirdexpress.com/ 
66.147.238.141 
PDR 

6. http://dtodxlogistics.com/ 
172.93.106.18
PDR 

content on http://dtodxlogistics.com/loomis/ https://dtodxlogistics.com/contact/ 

7. http://desirexpress.com/ 
108.61.58.242 
PDR 

8. https://www.bitminextra.com/invest/ 
108.61.58.242 
PDR 

9. https://www.alliantsavings.com/ 
172.93.106.18 
PDR 

10. http://alliancecredits.com/ 
67.220.183.18
PDR