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Luth mills - travelgirls

Unread postby SlapHappy » Sun May 19, 2019 4:04 pm

Form received 2019-05-18 18:53:41

What name did the scammer use?:
Luth mills

How old did the scammer say they were?:
47

What site/app did you first meet the scammer on? Please provide a link if
possible.:
Travelgirls

Who made the first contact?:
They contacted me first.

If they asked you to leave the site/app and go elsewhere, where did they
take you?:
Email

Any other social media profile links used by the scammer.:
WhatsApp

Scammer's email address if you have it.:
luthmills4u@gmail.com

If they gave you a phone number, please add it here.:
+1 (585) 628-3177

Scammer's Skype name.:
I don't know

Scammer's Skype username (right click their photo/avatar and click "view
profile").:
I don't know

How much money did they demand?:
11120 usd and more

Name you were told to send the money to.:
account name: NUSARA K-N. ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6397-1288-xx Bangkok bank,
Thailand

What country/city were you told to send the money to?:
Thailand

How were you to send the money ?:
Bangkok bank

What steps, if any, have you already taken to block the scammer?:
Stop exchanging emails

Are there any other details you wish to share? Anything you say may help
prevent someone else from being scammed.:
Yes they trick me, I didn't know I was targeted by scammers I thought it's
was real and I also send them some money

The guy told me that he's in love with me and he want to come my country to
visit me and also went to engage with me, I was thinking it was real
because I don't know about scammers before and he told me he is navy and he
is going to offshore for a month but before that he told me he want to send
me some gifts to grant his love and the gift was some materials and lots of
cash, after he told me he is sending the items he going offshore, after one
day I have received emails from called cargolux italia limited and it was
say my luggage is captured at Bangkok airport cargo because of the valuable
items and tell me that I have to pay $ usd for release my luggage , I was
trying to tell him(sender) to pay them and he told me he is in offshore so
he has no access to pay the payment and beg me not to ignore the luggage
and I send them the money because I didn't know it was fake and they asked
me again if I have insurance paper , if not i have to pay them $usd to
get my luggage, i also sent them the money and for 3rd time they ask me
anti terrorist certificate and if i don't have the paper they told me i
have to pay $ usd for the country police to get the certificate but i
refuse and ask some people about the case and they told me it's fake , I
can send you all emails sent by them if you want also they were sent me
fake receipt for the payment and fake insurance paper

If they posted your video on a website rather than simply show it as part
of the chat, please include the link.:
No i don't send them any such photo or video

If you sent money via money transfer, please provide the transaction
number. This can help in getting the scammer arrested.:
account name: NUSARA K-N. ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6397-1288-xx Bangkok bank,
Thailand or Name: SUCHART P. Address: Office #05 Ground Floor
Suvernabhumi International Airport Bangkok Thailand
=
+15856283177
Number billable as geographic
Country or destination United States
City or exchange location New York
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Re: luthmills4u@gmail.com

Unread postby firefly » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:35 am

Stolen pictures from the same gallery used on active fake profiles online:

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Mike Ferdinand - mike38267@gmail.com

Unread postby SlapHappy » Thu Nov 07, 2019 3:35 pm

Form received 2019-11-07 14:22:31

What name did the scammer use?:
Mike Ferdinand

How old did the scammer say they were?:
43

What site/app did you first meet the scammer on? Please provide a link if
possible.:
Tagged

Who made the first contact?:
They contacted me first.

If they asked you to leave the site/app and go elsewhere, where did they
take you?:
on Gmail

Any other social media profile links used by the scammer.:
whatsApp

Scammer's email address if you have it.:
mike38267@gmail.com

If they gave you a phone number, please add it here.:
+31687721487

Scammer's Skype name.:
no

Scammer's Skype username (right click their photo/avatar and click "view
profile").:
no

How much money did they demand?:
$350

Name you were told to send the money to.:
depense courier services

What country/city were you told to send the money to?:
cote d'ivore
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