Monday, April 30, 2018

25 fake (non-delivery) websites selling paper

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****ALL websites below are fake / SCAMS**** +66909974855 +66653417716 +66863337049 +66 94-634-2588 Skype : live:gadot.mahammad +49 15735999674 +66 9021 935 30 +91.7008513474 +66646318226  +66638813321 +66 908 979 751 +66639538233 +639494810917 +66 809054209 +66946853630 +49 1573 5984908  +66 +27 788 679 295 Dzungamanzi Papers 02181396290866624442 0834067193 +27218139629 +27 (0) 218 3777 89 +27834067193 +27 (0) 218 3777 89 :+27 629739208 +27.0629739208 0027 617 20 4698  0027 789 42 6013  +27.629739208 +27 717 905 013  +27 (0) 031 813 5907

Most of these fake websites claiming to sell various commodities along with fake shipping websites are setup by West African scammers mainly from Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana etc.., living in various countries, most having entered those countries using student or working visas. 

As an example of what you could be dealing with, here are some Cameroon scammers that have been identified as living in Thailand:
NKENFACK YANNICK, teacher at Thailand's Wiengmok Wittaya School
VINCENT MUKONG KWUSALU (Vince Mukong) currently in Bangkok
Tcheuo Pemewa Mirabeau
Gabila Bertrand Banguket, teaching at Mahidol University
NWANKWO BRIGHT NKEMUKAMA (#12 on Thailand's NONG KHAI football club)
Bibila Gideon
Fon Lovet Anye
Kolle Sone Mbwoge (Mbwo)
Mukong Roland Fru
Bless Ngala
Tcheuo Pemewa Mirabeau from Thailand ever since he got a teaching job in Chiang-Mai in 2013)
Bemsi donald

scammers that have been identified as living in South Africa:
Clarence Ndoh Tiku
Daflex Flezi
Fru Terence Chi
Foncha Michael Foleng
Akam Bertrand Fonyonga
Nji Abang Collins
Petit Elvis
Conrad Fonyuy
Mfor Hans
Chamo Mofor Ngati
AKEM John Paul / AKEM Maximilian Sangtum
Jude Tangmoh Zechia

If you have been victim of such scams from South Africa, you should file a complaint with
your local police with the request that it be forwarded to the South African Police Service, Cybercrime Division. This is their website:
Report the scam to the South African Cyber Security Hub.
You could also send a detailed complaint to the following email address **
Information on how to file a complaint with the South African Police Service (SAPS):
If you live in South Africa report it to your nearest SAPS police station immediately

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