FRAUD ADDS

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  • carlo1969

    Hello......on your classified adv ( telephone section ) there is one person I was in contact with , who is for sure a scammers ( someone that is doing a fraud ) 

    He is selling Iphone 6  unlocked 64 Gb at 540 $ , new. Almost 200 USD less than Apple.  There is a Qatar Ph Number and a mail. I wrote an email and immediately they reply . Listen to me very well .

    This man pretend a transaction where I have to send money to him via money transfer and then he will send me the item , from USA. Thrust him means for sure to be cheated .

    Im going to paste the email he sent me after I wrote about guaranties against fraud .

     

    " I am  a Muslim and we don't do fraud here i am a business

    man so once i confirm your payment the next email you receive is the tracking number for your order
    Okay Below is the Western Union information to make the payment and you can walk down to any nearest walmart or store near you and wire the payment via there Western Union
     
    Name - zakaria ilboudu
    address : 101 Industrial Avenue
    City - broadway
    State - New York
    Zipcode : 10029
    and get back to me with the Western Union Confirmation like:
    Senders Full name:
    senders full shipping address:
    Total Amount send:?
    MTCN number:?
    i will be waiting the Western Union confirmation and the shipping information
    Regards
    Just for your info from Wikipedia

    419 scams are a type of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, which the fraudster requires a small up-front payment to obtain. If a victim makes the payment, the fraudster either invents a series of further fees for the victim, or simply disappears.

    There are many variations on this type of scam, including advance-fee fraud, Fifo's Fraud, Spanish Prisoner Scam, theblack money scam, and the Detroit-Buffalo scam. The number "419" refers to the article of the Nigerian Criminal Code dealing with fraud.[1] The scam has been used with fax and traditional mail, and is now used with the Internet.

    Online versions of the scam originate primarily in the United States, the United Kingdom and Nigeria, with Ivory Coast, Togo, South Africa, the Netherlands and Spain also having high incidences of such fraud.

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