After targeting the victims on social media or dating sites, the scammers ask for financial help. As a proof they can repay the money they are asking for, they share with the victims the credentials for their so called bank accounts on their fake banks. The victim is asked to pay fees for receiving parcels, with the promise of recovering the money when the scammer will travel to the victim country for a personal meeting, before building a future together.
To clarify: those "business men" are not real. Their companies websites they appear on are not real. The banks where they show you how much money they have, are not real. The parcels they are sending are not real. The only real part is the money you will lose while believing their lies.
The fake site claims to be Transglobal Express. The fraudsters stole the identity of a legit UK business using that name, created a fictitious site for it and are using it to commit online fraud.
From the fake site:
Founded in 1993, Transglobal Express has been providing door-to-door courier services and air and sea freight forwarding services for over 20 years. Our mission is to provide high-quality, value for money, worldwide deliveries through a range of top carriers and suppliers.
Unit 5, The Gateway
Wirral International Business Park
"Founded in 1993" is a lie - the fake site was created 10 days ago.
This is what the fake site looks like: