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Old 09-06-2016, 10:10 AM
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Beware of Online fraud

Today I just want to share a serious post

I visited my client he called me for an emergency purpose I met him and said he was cheated $53000 through online, let me share how.

He explained that his company use to supply Leather shoes to UK client from India usually the transaction happen through email and they make order though email. And client send money through online.

How cheater use to cheat?

I just posting this to be aware of those cheater online, He used a domain name similar to the client email for example

peter(at)amazonunitedkingdom.com is a original email

peter(at)amazonunitadkingdom.com is used by cheater

Can you identify the difference between both email ID?

it's just 'e' differs.

He used to mail from that email ID like client and just said the person to send the money through a bank account by saying some transaction and they have sent the money though online. After few days they found that they have been cheated. The shoe supplier reported in cyber crime and they still in search and I went to find out how he did and I took is domain detail which was booked in the name and gave to my client and said to provide this detail to cyber-crime department it would be helpful to trace him out.

The cheater booked domain name in fake details
 

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Old 09-08-2016, 03:27 PM
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This is sad, you should be more careful next time...
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Old 09-08-2016, 03:32 PM
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Scam Text msg

Beware of unsolicited 'text msgs'

Several days ago, I received a text msg that stated 'a friend of mines submitted a photo of me' ... a link was attached that would expire in 24 hours

... I did not visit the link
... I did lookup the phone number online and it is rated SCAM

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Today I just want to share a serious post

I visited my client he called me for an emergency purpose I met him and said he was cheated $53000 through online, let me share how.

He explained that his company use to supply Leather shoes to UK client from India usually the transaction happen through email and they make order though email. And client send money through online.

How cheater use to cheat?

I just posting this to be aware of those cheater online, He used a domain name similar to the client email for example

peter(at)amazonunitedkingdom.com is a original email

peter(at)amazonunitadkingdom.com is used by cheater

Can you identify the difference between both email ID?

it's just 'e' differs.

He used to mail from that email ID like client and just said the person to send the money through a bank account by saying some transaction and they have sent the money though online. After few days they found that they have been cheated. The shoe supplier reported in cyber crime and they still in search and I went to find out how he did and I took is domain detail which was booked in the name and gave to my client and said to provide this detail to cyber-crime department it would be helpful to trace him out.

The cheater booked domain name in fake details
 
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Old 09-09-2016, 03:37 PM
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Sharing a phone call scam:

Caller identified himself as the manager of UPS
He wanted an address to deliver a package

Caller was asked "What name is on the package"

Caller repeated his title and wanted an address

Caller was asked again: "What's the name on the package"

Caller asked: "Is this your phone number"

Caller was told: "Do not call this number again" ~~ hang up

That was shared with me a couple weeks ago ...
We both laughed ... why would a UPS manager call and ask for an address?
 
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Old 09-16-2016, 04:43 AM
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Ahh too bad. Excellent example hat you have to be amazingly vigilant during online transaction, especially if you buy something for such a high amount.
 
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