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Report a Scam / Another 'You're a winner!!' Western Union Scam
« on: May 15, 2014, 12:09:38 PM »
Received this, this morning in my email inbox... amazing that so many people are STILL falling for this stuff....



                      A Division of financial Service provider.

Dear Sir/Madam

We are making our 160th year Anniversary 2014; we rolled out over USD$16, 000, 000, 00 (Sixteen Million United State Dollars ) for our 158th Anniversary draws. All participants were selected through computer ballot system drawn from 25,000,00 company email address, and 30,000,00 individual email address from over 40 networks from Australia, new Zealand, North America, South America Europe, all Asia and Africa as part of International promotion held in South Africa Pretoria Johannesburg.

We officially Announce to you that your email address has just Won the sum of USD$600, 000, 00 (Six Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) to begin the verification process of your prize; you are required to forward your bank account details to the transferring manager.

The Claim Transferring Agent Contact Details as Fellow:

Name: Mr.  Fred Richard
Email :( westernunionlotteryawardoffice@yahoo.co.za )
Telephone: +27 72565 4949.

You should establish contact with redeeming transferring manager via email or telephone with the particulars presented bellow for immediate payment to your bank account; please remember to quote your winning file number and your winning transferring identification code in your correspondence to him.
1. Bank Name:
2. Beneficiary:
3. Account Number:
4. Bank Address:
5. Swift Code or Routing Number:
6. Your Mobile Telephone Number:
7. Date of Birth:
8. Occupation:
9. Country:
10. Sex:

You will be contacted by western union transferring manager in the nest 24hours as soon as you forwarded your required bank account information to him for the transfer.

Save time, send money, earn rewards! Western Union is a service people trust.

                                                           ANNIVERSARY DAY:
                                 Thank You For Using Western Union!


Report a Scam / Re: Ridemow - ridemow.co.uk
« on: April 24, 2014, 05:11:28 PM »
Sorry to say, it's most certainly a scam that we detected some time ago

If you paid with creditcard or paypal then you should be able to issue a charge back..



that sounds terrible. Do you have the bank account details you sent the payment to.. perhaps listing it here will warn others not to do the same ?

Have you contacted your bank ?

 .. was the fraud with nbtimes.co or chrono24 ?

Report a Scam / Re: Wearimpressive.com ..is it real or a scam
« on: January 18, 2014, 01:02:14 PM »
Hi there,
well as the scamadviser site says, http://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/www.wearimpressive.com  it looks like its from China. So if you get anything - they will be fakes.

The website has only been renewed for a year and is new and these quite often are the profile of fake sites that tend to be scammers.

They also use western union and use a company called sslcreditpay.com to take their credit card payments which some people have had issues with in the past.

So on balance I would say it will be risky placing an order. You will most likely not get your goods and if you do then they will be fakes (many of which are poor quality) and if you have any issues with the transaction the payment processor will not respond.

Cheers - hope that helps.

Help and Advice / Re: raybanoutlet-spain.com SCAM
« on: January 16, 2014, 10:35:19 AM »

How did you make payment ?

If you made payment via your credit card, call the bank/card company and explain that you have been scammed and mention that it's a chinese company. if you paid via paypal then you can raise a dispute.

Help and Advice / 5 Quick Scam Markers
« on: January 07, 2014, 08:59:31 PM »
5 Easy Ways To Detect A Scam Site.

1. Fake Seals. These are the emblems at the bottom of the screen and often for  scam sites are the images have been copy/pasted and are not clickable or don’t have the correct dates on.

2. Too good to be true! .An offer that beats the likes of amazon or larger online stores by more than you would expect  by a site nobody has heard of should be regarded with caution. Nobody in their right mind is going to be selling the latest iPhone at a 50% discount !

3. Unusual Payment Methods. The method of payment is via a bank transfer, western union or similar. You will have zero protection if you do not use a credit card or Paypal.

4. Who is this? Missing business / address information from the contact or about us page or lots of poor english. If you can’t actually find the business name/address - why would you feel inclined to type in your credit card information?!

5. Too New. The Website is only a few days old (use http://scamadviser.com to check) and the life of the website/domain is just a year. Many scam sites pop up and close down in a matter of months. Don’t go buying a $2000 oled TV from a website 2 days old unless you have done your research.

Although these points might not always indicate a scam or fake site they are often the top “markers” commonly found in scam sites. As always be sure to checkout the website on http://scamadviser.com to get a more in-depth analysis of the website.

Take Care Out There !!

The Scamadviser.com team

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