IS HE A SCAMMER?

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  1. I put your comments together as one-Honest Guv
    1.Gooday. Luan Bega. Viem need to find out it has more names. Email [email protected] from Great Britain comes from Italy. The woman died in car crash. Ma daughter. It is a major player. Now the ship broke down in Malaisii. He wants to send money because sending documents.

    2. It may also be K.Sternberg Adam? According to letter writing I am like I got me. Writes: I never imagined that I would ever meets a woman like you. Sweet and loving wife like you. I love you so much, I miss you so much. I love you, need you, want you ….

    3. It can also be with a different name. In a post writes: In the morning it is always a way to move closer to me and not to look in his cabin windows and the sun is Such a pervert and a new morning is a new beginning, a new struggle, a new effort, but with the Lord by our side, we can overcome any problems and turn obstacles into stepping stones. I pray that the joy and happiness flow with a new day and every day day passes I much appreciate it if you’re mine and mine only but knowing you are the reasons for my smiles, those are the reasons for my tears, and the reasons for my concerns.

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    1. Sounds like all a typical scam. He is in love very fast! We have a Luan Bega in this post here- http://www.scampolicegroup.com/congrats-youre-busted-1/.
      Also with the mention of a ship stuck near Malaysia he sounds just like our pirate scammer again- http://www.scampolicegroup.com/scammer-messages-database-44/.
      So anyway you know he is a scammer and deprive him of money of course.

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  2. OH my goodness, this is an interesting site . I need similar help.This person is called Ferreira Luis.Have any of you heard of him? His email address is [email protected] We used to chat on Skype in May and then he went quiet and mentioned that he was working in Chile in a place with barely any network connection which I found weird.The time he started chatting with me,he started telling me how much he loves me and how much he misses me etc. Even told me he would come to visit me in my country. But, there were things he’d mention that raised flags. E.g he is half Brazilian and half American but his grammar is wanting. Says he speaks English and a bit of Spanish. I would think he would at least say he is fluent in Spanish or Portugese etc. He gave me this address 701 E Palmer St Compton, CA. What was interesting is that when I asked him for his address, he said he would need to go home first and send it. Claiming he was still busy at work. Wouldn’t one know their home address off head?I have tried googling and doing all sorts of things but can’t find him. I asked why I can’t find him on the net and he said he doesn’t like interaction on the net a lot. Question is,if he is a Chemical Engineering consultant like he mentioned,wouldn’t he be on a professional site like Linked In orsomething? Thankfully,he has not asked for any money. We have been chatting since May 2016. Please let me know your thoughts.

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    1. We entirely agree with you. Our thoughts are that he is scammer as hell. We hope you found our tool kit page

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    2. Yes a scammer.
      Name: Jeffrey Wellinton
      Aka: Ferreira Luis
      Age: 48
      Location: USA, Compton, Carlifornia
      Address: 701 E Palmer St. Compton, CA
      Phone: +1 213-344-4626
      Email: [email protected]
      On web sites: Skype, Gmail

      Report: He initiated contact on Skype. We have corresponded for three months with a six week break somewhere in there. He immediately started telling me how he loves me, he lost his wife 7 years ago, has an 11 year old daughter who lives in Ecuador with her uncle. Says he is a consultant in Chemical Engineering and works for a company in Canada that is currently doing soil tests in the Atacama desert in Chile. Consistently mentioned that the phone network in Chile is bad but is able to send Skype messages. Says he is a consultant but is no where to be found on the internet. Not even professional websites like LinkedIn. Mentioned he is half American and half Brazilian and yet his grammar is off! Mentioned he speaks a bit of Spanish which I found weird for a person from Brazil. I would think that he can either speak Spanish or Portugese. Offered to take me away on holiday! Guess what his budget was…USD 50,000!!!! Who spends such copious amounts of money on a holiday? He never once mentioned my name during our chats. So I pushed the button further by telling him I don’t trust him etc and he blew his top saying,

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  3. Ok so he goes by the name Alex Bill, first sign. His email is alexbill378 @gmail.com. Like I said he first contacted me on FB why I accepted is beyond me cause I never do that but then again I wasn’t that informed on these sorts of scams. So my second clue was that he asked me to contact him on Google hangouts instead of FB shortly after that happened he said his FB account got hacked & that we could only talk on hangout. This sent me into a panic so I started doing research & I’m not a very trusting person so I had a lot of doubt but I’m trying to turn over a new leaf with regarda to men and trust. So I thought maybe I was being over cautious because aside from that he had been consistent in messaging and what he would say. He never really sounded like different people as in other cases. One thing that I thought was weird was he sent a picture of supposedly himself with his BMW which he said was taken in the US but the streets looked different, not paved & second the license plate was more like a European plate. So I did some more research and I believe it’s a German plate. So I don’t know if the guy in the picture is the real guy or a poor guy that they stole his photos because they had a total of about 5 to 7 all different but of the same guy. So before I saw your message I finally blocked him because he was unable to talk because he had said something happened but when he started talking again he seemed different. Mind you we’ve never talked on the phone or Skype because he said he couldn’t because of his location which I thought was strange but who am I to say what goes on. So I decided to ask him about cars again because he said that he loves cars and seemed knowledgeable & that was the tipping point for me because I have some knowledge of cars as well and he said that he liked a rose royce which I knew what he meant but I said to my self someone who loves cars should know that & I asked him again & he replied with a similar answer but still wrong. The funniest thing was that he said he also liked a BMW alligator, which was funny as heck. So I had to laugh & wonder why the heck you would try to be a scammer and not know your stuff. Either way Imore glad to know, which I would never have sent money or done anything else because I’ve heard of other scams going on, just not on FB & dating sites. So it’s a lesson learned & I just don’t want anyone else to get scammed. I also did a reverse search of the pictures & nothing came up & I did a reverse search for the email & it came up on some sites & not others but on one it said that it was an email account listed in the US. I could send the pictures for your records. My only mistake is that before I realized what was going on in sent some of my photos. Mind the first person was pretty good & consistent so it was a little hard to catch & he always tried to cover his or her tracks. Which was pretty good for a months worth of chatting.

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    1. PlusGoogle.com profile created with alexbill378 @gmail.com:
      https://plus.google.com/u/0/102556611241519918335/posts
      (Female)

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  4. Thank you realy so much. Thanks to your help I finaly manage to get him/her. Presents as Karel Timmermans by the photo of General Tom Middendorp. Please posted. I didn’t send money.

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    1. You are welcome. Sorry for delays in replying to messages. We took a month out. Hardly surprising for us, since we work 365 days a year and families do need to come first sometimes

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  5. My scammer has taken the name Clifford benson, using the image of John mageau.. whose image has been used many times with many names
    mr. benson says he works on an oil rig in w. Perth, Australia..
    he wants money to get his gold out of a security company in Swizerland, the security company even sent someone to meet me where i live in Sri lanka..
    He is very convincing.. so in love with me, wants to die in my arms, sings to me on viber.. that is the only contact number i have for him
    He looks so innocent.. how can these people do it..
    i have told him i think he is a scammer.. but is always so convincing with his messages of love..

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    1. Of course and this true love involves sending large amounts of money. Best not to tell them you know they are fakes since it makes them better at scamming . Vanishing is more fun because it confuses them. Sorry for delays in replying to messages. We took a month out. Hardly surprising for us, since we work 365 days a year and families do need to come first sometimes

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  6. He is a scammer. We have no real Military men online on any social or dating sites.
    Real Military men are not allowed to wear their Uniforms online on any sites.
    Military scammers steal photos of our real Military men. Sometimes use their real name or another name. Check the profile to any name on the Uniform. Military scammers use false locations and ages.
    Check spelling and wording in emails and Skype any pic and wording sure you are communicating with the scammer.
    If you are allowing a scammer your phone listen for a heavy accent to hard to understand what they are saying.
    Scammers just about immediately you they love you, marry you, come to see you, will live with you for the rest of his life, tries to get you to buy a house, to open a business and other fishy wishes, hoping you will believe him and fall hook, line and sinker.
    Do never fall for love, romantic letters and romantic poems.
    Scammers use sites to copy.
    Never send money for any Leaves, Departments pay for all Leaves and only the Military man can ask for Leaves. (Scam)
    Scammer will tell you that you need a Special phone to talk to him and will send you a form to fill out. There is no phone. Never fill out form and never send any money. (Scam)
    Never send money, clothes, watches, rings, phones, TV’s, jewelry, or any other kind of items, its not their Birthday or their kids Birthday. (Scam)
    Never fall for the Trunk Scam. You are the only one they trust, the trunk has millions of dollars or gold. He is sending the trunk for when he is coming to live with you for the rest of his life NOT.
    The scam begins when he emails you that you have to pay Shipping charges and then tell you it’s tied up until you pay all kinds of charges and there is no end.
    Never send any money to this scam.
    Women have lost thousands of dollars on this (Scam).
    A newest scam is to pay for a Marriage License (Fake). All Passports, Licenses, Documents Military and other are made by scammers. All Forms, Marriage license, Bank Sites (fake) but look real beware., Air Flight confirmations are fake .
    Scammers say anything and everything you want to hear .
    They do anything and everything to scam you.
    They are no shows in meeting you as many other women found out sadly.
    Fake profiles you do not know who you are talking to on the other end.
    If you do not want to get scammed, lose all your finances and go Bankrupt by falling and believing any scammers and their love and promises to you are all false. Scammers have all the words you want to steal all your money. Scammers do not care about the woman.
    The only way to protect yourself from a nightmare of a Scam is to never send money to anyone that you meet online ever.
    Beware, be cautious and stay safe and all your money and personal information safe and secure.
    Skype and any other pic chats and communication does not prove that the scammer is not a scanner.

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  7. Hi!

    I would like to know, who is he. Johnny Fox, [email protected] This is his email address. Please, write. Give you more information. Thanks

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  8. Hi i think i have a scamer in my skype , He namie wIlliam on the Skype , but he’s sed he’s rel name is hi am be call Lieutenant Commander Dr.Baldwin Andrew Andy William James’s email is mailto:[email protected] . I want to know he’s is real or not ? Thank you

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    1. We have caught him. He is a scammer impersonating a real celebrity, However If we use the email address to search in Facebook we find a profile. he has his name wrong and adds some names and turns it all round Nigerian style. SCAMMER– https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011197236331

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  9. We are flattered that you feel our toolset is your ‘Favourite IP and Whois checker’ however you should give credit where credit is due. These tools are courtesy of NextWebSecurity.com and you are welcome to use them. Find the toolset here.

    Your visitors are also welcome to use our scam email parser to discover the origination of the emails and often locate known scammers. First obtain the full email header (instructions are on the page) and paste that header and the email text into the tool.
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    1. Of course we do give you credit for this. You do a great job. We have mutual acquaintances and we are all singing from the same hymn sheet. I will post you to our likes page.

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  10. I’ll give you more information, what do you need??

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  11. Hello! I think, i have a scammer. His name is Johnny Fox. I want to know, he is real or not. His email address : [email protected]

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  12. Please contact me via email. Some questions to ask you

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  13. I’m very glad that have found this site through a Rxxx Gxxxe’s posting on FB. Could you please, inform me if there are some American militaries in Syria, Damascus on a UN peacekeeping mission. I’m almost certain in your negative answer, but would like to know for sure. Thank you.

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    1. I have had a similar experience. I got a friend request on FB from a guy who had 3 different pictures of himself but virtually no info. He said he is from the US Austin, TX to be exact & that he works for the UN in Damascus, Syria on a peacekeeping mission. I’m pretty sure it’s a scam & have tried to verify what he has said with varying degrees of success. How do I know for sure?

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      1. Because no UN soldiers are in Syria on peacekeeping and especially US soldiers. It is not a zone that intermediaries can get involved in and it is a bloody civil conflict involving DAESH terrorists, and rebels trying to remove the corrupt dictator president. It is 100% a scammer and you can give us his details

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        1. Can you let me know if you got the emails I sent with his info. Also what i should do anout the situation of him putting my picture as his profile image & what should I do if they use my pictures to scam other people.

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  14. Dear Sir, I read about you from FB. I have few questions to ask you. May I write you personally? Thank you.

    Best regards,
    Esther Choo

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    1. Yes Esther. As you know we are answering your request.

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  15. No the address is
    House 13 sprinter road

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  16. He does not ask for leave money. Thank you for all your help, just let me know what you find out this time then I leave you alone

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    1. Posted here- http://www.scampolicegroup.com/scammer-messages-data-base-40/

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    2. Susan! I read  your questions and I read the responses from Began Steele and all I get is the cold shivers down the spine. I met a man in 2010 on a site called woome, a man who claimed to be US military on duty in Iraq, Baghdad. I believed in everything he said and was completely charmed by this man. I loved him more than anything and we planned his return. He also had a son whom I loved as much as my own children. Susan this lasted for 8 months before I woke up from the nightmare and realized that everything was a lie and that I had been scammed. I lost the approximate numbers 20,000 for that I believed everything he said, the money I sent in two rounds and did not understand even after the first time that I had been the victim of a fraud. There were periods during this time that I did not know how I would find the strength to continue living Susan. but my children and grandchildren and friends did that I could get through the hell that he had put me through. Susan I  hope you wake up and realize that this is nothing but an impostor who only want to access your money, all that you have confirmed is true, and I hope you drop all contact with this man before it’s too late. would you write to me so please feel free to do it. I also want to give you an advice. Visit scamwarners.com a site I found when I realized what was going on, a page that saved my life and friends that I found and that all of us  have been through the same thing. Hugs from Anki

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      1. Thank you Anki. We hope you are alright now. Thanks for coming here and helping to make a difference.

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  17. Our “admin Martin” has found your scammer and another email address. He is from Lagos, Nigeria on his fake military profile. We will post this shortly, once our team have taken him to pieces. He is as dumb as a bucket of excrement, and you seem to have difficulty accepting what we tell you. He is nowhere near Mali, and as we said the Accra address does not exist.

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  18. That is not his phone number. That is a phone number where the boy is staying. Have you check on his email for me

    [email protected]

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    1. He isn’t a boy. Odd how he has so many phone numbers. He is a liar.

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    2. About phone number above: +233-230-256954:
      Number billable as mobile number
      Country or destination Ghana
      Original network provider* Glo Ghana

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  19. Thank you very much, I believe everything you told me. When I told him there was no more military in Mali, he got upset and if I believe that I should come and talk to his boss, He still says he will be here the end of May. To Denver Colorado. Is there anyway you can check in Mai for sure for me. Please or at 13 house on sprinter st in accra for a while boy. The boys phone 233_544_743_413 if that can help in anyway. Please. I want to confront him so bad.

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    1. You are consistently lied to. 10 US Special Forces were deployed to Mali as trainers, but they would not be discussing their secret ops with you. They would not be sending their sons to be educated in Africa.
      The phone number is a Ghana mobile number that is untraceable and will go back to him. He will pretend to be his son. 13 Sprinter Street does not exist. There is a 13 Sprintex Road and that’s an industrial building and is not it. It sounds like he wants you to pay for leave and to send you fake forms to apply for it. There is never a payment for a soldier to go on leave, and only the soldier himself can ask for leave. He will not be coming to the USA. He is a Ghanian sewer rat.
      Where did you find this sub human pond life? You can publish this openly here.
      Please don’t discuss what we tell you with this scammer. Block him and depart without a word more.

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  20. How do we know for sure if you didn’t find anything. He has a son going to
    International high school in accra ghana staying at 13 house on sprinter st in accra

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    1. That just confirms him as a scammer from Ghana and that he has no son at school in Africa. The military have the best facilities in the USA for child care and education. This is a stupid scammer story. Never send anyone money. Soldiers do not need your money and if you get any form of request for money it is a scam. I can see this fake son getting ill and needing medical treatment you have to pay for. Of course soldiers and families get free medical treatment. They are paid wherever they are. You can’t ask for a soldier to get leave, and neither does a soldier have to pay anything for it. Expensive satellite phone links are a scam. I think you just need to face the fact that you are dealing with an African criminal. It is not a case of IF you will be asked for money but WHEN.

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    1. I did check and find nothing but he is a liar as we know aleady.

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