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Check Scam reported on Dec 4, 2013 to Waterford Twp. Police

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What I am about to expose here is probably the world's only PERFECT CRIME. Because of the technology involved, the perpetrators of these scams are able to employ what the TV show "Criminal Minds" would refer to as "Forensic counter-measures" to make getting caught next to impossible.

 

In the text below, I have redacted my personal information, and the URL of the Dropbox folder where I have uploaded un-redacted information for law-enforcement access. If you are a Law Enforcement agency wishing to have access to the un-redacted files, which include recordings of phone conversations with the scammer in question, please email me with a phone number and address that is verifiable as an LEO number via a Google Internet search, and I will reply with the Dropbox URL. If you are NOT Law Enforcement, don't bother to request the information, as I will report all bogus request attempts to police.

 

The perpetrators of these scams, which are ubiquitous, it seems, all have one thing in common; they use Moneygram or Western Union to get the money they steal from innocent people who, in this economy, are perhaps more emotionally vulnerable to this sort of thing.

 

The scams start off with a bunch of stolen checks. These are REAL CHECKS from REAL COMPANIES, with REAL MONEY in the bank. The thieves take the checks from the center of a checkbook, from the center of a box of pin-fed printer checks, or from the center of the next checkbook, where no-one will notice them missing.

 

The thieves then go (or have gone) on the Internet and concocted a legitimate-sounding business proposition, send thousands upon thousands of emails, until they receive enough replies to be able to send checks to each person who replied. The collection of potential victim's email and mailing addresses takes some time, which may account for the lapse of time between initial contact and receipt of the check. The check will arrive by Fed-ex, UPS, DHL, or some other courier - but NEVER the US Postal Service - usually using a "hacked" account from another company. This way, the sender does not even pay for the postage, and the investigation starts with the company whose parcel delivery account was "hacked", and avoids US Government postmasters, the FBI, Interpol, and a host of 'alphabet soup' agencies with unlimited resources and investigative tenacity.

 

The thieves can't deposit the stolen checks, because they would need a valid bank account to cash the checks against, and even if they were to obtain bogus IDs, banks and check-cashing establishments have cameras. The companies who own the checks would discover that a block of them had been stolen and deposited to the same account, and the funds would never become 'available' to the thieves. This is why they send these checks to YOU (and me).

 

Using Moneygram or Western Union enables the thieves to obtain their stolen money anywhere in the world in un-traceable CASH, and out of the jurisdiction of the police in the country / town / district where the crime of {initially} stealing the checks occurred.

 

The recipients of these checks are instructed to deposit them, and indeed, these checks will clear because they are drawn on valid accounts. The recipient (victim) of the scam will see the money in his or her account statement, and think he has run across a great deal.

 

The scammer will then (if he hasn't already) instruct the victim to keep a portion of the money as a "deposit" or "advance payment" for whatever "business arrangement" or service was agreed upon, and send the majority of the funds to a third party to pay for whatever services (in this case, 'wrapping' of my vehicle with ads). The victim then purchases the Moneygram, or sends the funds by Western Union, and sends the thief the 'code' to retrieve the funds, which can be done anywhere in the world. Some scammers instruct their victims to purchase 'soft' debit cards or other monetary instruments that can be redeemed with a code or numerical sequence. Ubiquitous on the Internet are the 'Mystery Shopper' deals. Total bullshit - there is no such thing as a 'mystery shopper' that gets paid to buy shit and rate a 'shopping experience'.

 

A few days - and as much as a week later, the victim's bank gets notified of the stolen checks, and deducts the full amount from the victim's account, plus a hefty fee for a 'bounced check'. The victim could also be initially charged with check fraud, or with receipt of stolen funds. By the time all the shit is sorted out, the poor bastard cashing the check could be out a few thousand dollars, and may even have spent a few days in jail eating bologna and barbeque sauce for breakfast. If he was bailed out, the bail fee is also part of the cost to the victim.

 

I have contacted my local police, the FBI (at www.IC3.gov), the State Police, Western Union, TV News, the company whose Fed-ex account was 'hacked', and everyone else who would listen, and as of today (Dec 7, 2013), no-one is able to catch this piece of shit, because there is (apparently) no way to locate him, and the matter of jurisdiction is subject to debate.
 

As an aside note here, the scammer is working on a very tight ‘timetable’. He must have all of the stolen checks delivered simultaneously on the same day, and deposited to the victim’s accounts as quickly as possible (hence, they are delivered by FedEx
or UPS with ‘next day’ service). He also must get as many of the victims as he can to wire funds by Moneygram or Western Union before the company who owns the stolen checks discovers they are missing. Once even ONE of the checks ‘bounces’, or comes to the attention of the police, the ‘block’ of stolen checks is discovered, and the owner of those checks will call his bank and issue a STOP PAYMENT on the checks that are missing. All of the recipients of the checks will NOT get the funds posted to their account, and the scammer’s scheme gets stopped DEAD in its tracks. This is why the particular scumbag I was dealing with made terroristic threats to KILL ME and feed my heart to the dogs in texts and phone conversations, which I had digitally recorded from the outset. I had called the sender of the checks (return address on the envelope) and once I found that their FedEx
account was ‘hacked”, I notified the police within 20 minutes of the FedEx
delivery. The scammer probably didn’t retrieve a DIME from this particular check theft, as once the company that owned the checks discovered them missing, they issued STOP PAYMENTS, and all of the checks the scammer sent out, ‘bounced’. Although it is possible, I think it highly unlikely that any of the recipients of those stolen checks sent funds to the scammer before funds from the check they received actually posted to their account.

 

To add insult to ATTEMPTED injury, this scumbag got pissed off when I didn't send him any money, and learned that instead of depositing his stolen check, I turned it over to my local police within 20 minutes of receiving it. Time was of the essence for his scam to work, because if the victim's bank 'bounces' the check, the scammer is not only NOT getting the money he expected, but his scam could be compromised by a bulldog son-of-a-bitch like me.

 

THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN DO TO AVOID BECOMING A VICTIM OF A SCAM

  • Companies inspect all of your checkbooks and pin-feed checks for missing checks. Large companies using pin-feed or LASER checks are vulnerable to theft of checks 'in the stack', or in the middle of a box of printer-feed checks.

  • If you get a check in the mail, compare the sender's address on the envelope with the company address on the check. If it is different, red flags should go up, and klaxon horns should go off.

  • REPORT CHECK SCAMS TO POLICE IMMEDIATELY. It would also be prudent to call the company whose name and address is on the check, and advise them to issue STOP PAYMENTS on any checks they find missing. TIMING is CRITICAL. The quicker you act, the less money the scammer is able to collect before other victims find out the deal is bogus.

  • If there is suspicion, DO NOT HANDLE the package or the check. CALL POLICE. They may be able to lift fingerprints from the check or packaging.

  • If you have already deposited such a check, call your bank and the police IMMEDIATELY.

  • Download a 'Voice Recorder" app for your Smartphone, or use a digital recorder to record all phone conversations with a suspected scammer.

  • Keep all emails and text messages.

  • DO NOT send any money by Moneygram or Western Union to anyone you don't personally know.

  • File a report with the FBI at www.IC3.gov - see INSTRUCTIONS on how to report scams:
    www.AssholesAmongUs.com/scams/reportscams.htm

 

 




 


 

DESCRIPTION OF THE SCAM


In early November 2013 I remember getting an email offering to rent ad space on my car for over $400 / week. I have seen such cars on the road, and so I responded thinking it was a legitimate offer. After replying to the email, I heard no more of it and forgot about it.

On December 4, 2013 I received a $1,950 check by FedEx
next day. There were no instructions about what the check was for, and the company name and address on the check was completely different than the sender’s address, so I immediately figured it was a scam. I called the sender, and they told me that their FedEx
account was “hacked”, but close inspection of the check (which did not originate with the sender) revealed it was a real check, but the sender had never heard of the company whose name and address was on the check. I IMMEDIATELY reported the scam to the Waterford NJ Township Police and turned over the packaging and the check.

At approximately 10:55PM I got a call from (651) 321 4012. I missed the call, and when I called back, a recoding said it was a “Google Subscriber”. I left a message to call me back. At 11:20 PM I recorded the conversation, and the person I was talking to (a man with a heavy African-ish accent) identifying himself as “Harry Sanchez”, told me it was “a deposit for ads to be displayed on [my] car”. That is when I learned where these people got my address from (my response to the email back in November).


I went to: http://www.peoplefinders.com and did a reverse phone number lookup, and the number came up as a landline located in St Croix Beach (near Oakdale) in Minnesota, and the carrier is TCG MINNESOTA, Inc.

I went to www.WhitePages.com and www.spokeo.com and these searches gave me essentially the same information.
http://reverse-phonelookup.net/ found nothing.
http://www.truecaller.com  found no matches for this phone number in Minnesota.
 


He told me he sent me an email with instructions, but I said I didn’t get it, so he re-sent it.
Recordings of these conversations and all materials (including this document) related to this case are available for law-enforcement use in my Dropbox: {URL redacted}
 
This is the email he sent me:



Hello,

Find the attached 30% down payment and will send balance after receiving BL.

Please, update about production timing and all as its a re-order.

Best regards,
Regards,
Greg Alison
Greg Trading Company Ltd
500 Rising sun circle
Moonwood CA,USA


I cannot make out any instructions from this email, or from the Zipped attachment which contained an xxxx.scr file which my firewall flagged as “malicious”, and Malware Fighter program flagged and deleted. To be on the safe side, I ran all my virus and malware software to ensure no viruses or Trojans were installed on my PC.

I Googled “Greg Trading Company Ltd” and got this:
And so my initial suspicions were confirmed.

 

I also made an entry on the Scamdex Web site: http://www.scamdex.com/ScamTipReports/14593  with links to my own Web page where the entirety of this document {with redactions} is posted: http://www.assholesamongus.com/scams/adsonyourcar.htm

 

 
ANAYSIS

It is difficult to determine how the mechanism for this particular scam works. What is apparent is that the sender of the FedEx
package has “hacked” the FedEx
account of the sender (which is a real company) in order to send stolen checks to the people who responded to the “we pay to put our ads on your vehicle” emails; one of which I received and responded to back in November, 2013. I did not keep a copy of the original email. A brief explanation of the scam can be found on the Internet: http://www.bbb.org/blog/2012/05/putting-ads-on-your-car-scam-says-carol/

I was confused about this scam, since I was NOT instructed to “cash the check” or send money to third parties – which is how the majority of these ripoffs work. I decided to call the scammer back (651) 321 4012 and record the conversation to see if he would reveal more information that could be used in his apprehension. I have uploaded the recordings to my Dropbox at: {URL redacted}to give law enforcement access to evidence.


I reported the scam to the Waterford NJ Town Police on Dec 4, 2013, and filed a report with the Internet Crime Complaint Center: www.IC3.gov  Complaint Id: I1312051202398721 Password: {redacted}

Thank you for filing a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

Your complaint has been successfully submitted. Please retain the following information for future contacts with the IC3:

Complaint Id: I1312051202398721 Password: {redacted)

If you wish to view/download your complaint or have any additional information to provide to the IC3, please use the following link and login with the above complaint id and password.
http://complaint.ic3.gov/update

The IC3's mission is to serve as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding the rapidly expanding arena of cyber crime. The IC3 aims to give the victims of cyber crime a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism.

Complaint Status
The IC3 receives thousands of complaints each month and does not have the resources to respond to inquiries regarding the status of complaints. It is the IC3's intention to review all complaints and refer them to law enforcement and regulatory agencies having jurisdiction. Ultimately, investigation and prosecution are at the discretion of the receiving agencies.

Evidence
It is important that you maintain any evidence you may have relating to your complaint. Evidence may include canceled checks, credit card receipts, phone bills, mailing envelopes, mail receipts, a printed copy of a website, copies of emails, or similar items. Please keep the items in a safe location, in case you are requested to provide them for investigative purposes.

Additionally, to learn more about Internet schemes and ways to protect yourself, please visit
www.lookstoogoodtobetrue.com

On December 5, 2013, at 12:15PM, I called (651) 321 4012 and left a message for the scammer to call me back with instructions, stating (falsely) that I had deposited the check. I had my Tablet voice recorder at the ready, waiting for the call-back and “instructions” that could lead police to this criminal’s apprehension, but as of 3PM, he did not call back.
 


THIS IS A TYPICAL EMAIL FROM THE “AUTO WRAPS” SCAMMERS SIMILAR TO THE ONE I RECEIVED

Hello,
We are currently seeking to employ individual’s world wide. How would you like to make money by simply driving your car advertising for SONY PLAY STATION 4.

How it works?
Here’s the basic premise of the “paid to drive” concept: Sony seeks people — regular citizens, professional drivers to go about their normal routine as they usually do, only with a big advert for “SONY PLAY STATION 4″ plastered on your car. The ads are typically vinyl decals, also known as “auto wraps, ”that almost seem to be painted on the vehicle, and which will cover any portion of your car’s exterior surface.

What does the company get out of this type of ad strategy? Lots of exposure and awareness. The auto wraps tend to be colorful, eye-catching and attract lots of attention. Plus, it’s a form of advertising with a captive audience, meaning people who are stuck in traffic can’t avoid seeing the wrapped car alongside them. This program will last for 8 months and the minimum you can participate is 1 month.

You will be compensated with $500 per week which is essentially a “rental “payment for letting our company use the space no fee is required from you SONY shall provide experts that would handle the advert placing on your car. You will receive an up front payment of $200 inform of check via courier service for accepting to carry this advert on your car.

It is very easy and simple, no application fees required contact email along with the following you are interested in these offer.
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip code:
Country:
Age:
Make of car/ year:
Telephone numbers:

Obviously, the scammer is using a ‘hacked’ FedEx
account to mail stolen checks to potential victims
. Using the compromised FedEx
account is a forensic counter-measure to avoid FEDERAL investigation by the FBI which would be the case if US Postal Service was used to send the checks. Also, a compromised FedEx
account allowed the scammer to send these overnight packages free of cost. It is unlikely, but possible that the perpetrator has access to the bank account the checks were written from; otherwise it would be much easier to directly deplete the account by wire transfer during non-business hours, instead of engaging in this somewhat elaborate scam. The phone number used by the scammer is apparently a Google Voice account. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Voice for explanation of the service. Google Voice provides no direct phone support contact number, however, users can access the Google Voice Help Center FAQ, and use the free Google Groups official Google Voice product forumfor support. The Google Corporation may be able to assist law enforcement to physically locate the owner of phone number (651) 321 4012.

EMAILED INSTRUCTIONS ON WHAT TO DO WITH FUNDS FROM CHECK

Hello David,

Please find below instruction for the delivery of the funds to the Wrap Experts. This is for the purchase of the wrap kits and vinyl, transportation from Florida to your location and payment for their services.

You will send the funds via MONEYGRAM. I hope there is a Moneygram store close to you. They are usually found at Walmart. You will transfer the money using 10 MINUTES SERVICE - US DOLLAR option. When you are done sending off the money, you will obtain the Eight-Digit Reference Number which you will text to me or send to my email.

The information you need are:

COMPUTATIONS:

Amount Received: = $1,950

Less: Your rental deposit = - 300

Gross sum for Wrap Experts = $1,650

Less Moneygram transfer fees estimate = - 140

NET SUM YOU'LL SEND TO WRAP EXPERTS $1,510

Receiver Details:

At the Moneygram store, you will inform the Agent you wish to make a money transfer. A form will be presented to you. You will enter your names as the Sender and then enter the following names for the Receiver:

Receiver = : First Name: SHANNON
Last name: DUFFY
Address: street: 223 HWY 90 city: MILTON state: FLORIDA zip code: 32583

Sender: {My name & Address}

Amount: $1,510

Ref #: XXXX-XXXX

Please confirm if the instructions are understood and let me know if you have questions. You will email/text me the Reference Number when you are done. I expect to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,
Harry



At approximately 11:30 AM on December 6, 2013, the scammer called me on my cell phone. The connection was intermittent and unintelligible. I was able to make out his question “....have you checked with your bank this morning?” I replied that I did not, but am unable to know if he heard and understood. I sent him a text message. The text messages are transcribed below.

Now that I have an address, I Googled the phone number for the Milton Florida Police Department (850) 983 5420 and found their Web site: http://www.ci.milton.fl.us/city_services/police/police.htm On Dec 6, 2013 at 12:46PM I called, and the address is not in their jurisdiction, but was referred to Sherriff’s office (850) 983-1190. I spoke with Sgt. Thomas via patch to his cell. I recorded the conversation and uploaded the file to the Dropbox. It seems that the address in the email is NOT a valid address for Highway 90 in Milton, Florida, and so the mechanism by which the scammer has access to the money sent by the victim is through MoneyGram, which can be collected anywhere in the world with the 8-digit number he requested in the email (see email above).

I emailed a complaint with reference to the Dropbox folder to the NJ State Police from their contact page on their Web site at: https://www.state.nj.us/contact.shtml The following was returned to me via email a few hours later:

From: NJHOME@oit.state.nj.us {2:25PM, Dec 6, 2013}

We cannot assist you in anyway with this matter only your local police can assist you.
NJ Feedback

-----Original Message-----
From: {email REDACTED}
 [mailto:{email REDACTED}

Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 2:14 PM
To: feedback@state.nj.us
Subject: Stolen Check Scam [WEBMAIL.OIT]

Affiliation Code: WEBMAIL.OIT
Prefix: Monsignor
First Name: {Name REDACTED}
Last Name: {Name REDACTED}
Suffix:
Address1: {Address REDACTED}
Address2: {Address REDACTED}
City: {Address REDACTED}
County:
State:
Zip:
Zip:
Country: US
Area Code:
Exchange:
Phone:
Extension:
E-mail: {email REDACTED}

Comments: Check Scam reported on Dec 4, 2013 to Waterford Twp. Police by:
{Address REDACTED} My VOIP Number or My Cell Number


At 3:30 PM, December 6, 2013, after getting the above email, I contacted the New Jersey State Police in Buena, NJ (609) 561 1800. Spoke with State Trooper Garvey and he told me that there is nothing they could do; that Waterford PD has to run the investigation.

At 5:25 PM, December 6, 2013, I sent this as a news story tip to NBC 10 News in Philadelphia via their contact page:
http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/contact-us/  I called their Newsroom {610-668-5705} and left a phone mail message with the Investigative News Team.


MONEYGAM INVOLVEMENT

Since Moneygram is the vehicle by which the scammers get their money, contacting Moneygram’s World Headquarters in Dallas, TX (800) 328 5678 may be the way to initiate an investigation in cooperation with Law Enforcement agencies.

At 3:45 PM, December 6, 2013, I Called Moneygram 800 666 3947 {select 2, 6} and selected report fraud option. I recorded the conversation. I explained the scam and gave the agent {Heather} the Waterford PD numbers. (856) 767 2134 or 783 4900. She said she would report this to their Law enforcement liaison. I sent the Dropbox link to the documentation for this case to the email address she gave me: mglkw_compliance@moneygram.com

As per our conversation on use of Moneygram in check fraud scam at 4:10 PM EST December 6, 2013
I have uploaded the documentation, emails, text messages and phone recordings to my Dropbox at: {URL redacted}

Reported to Waterford PD on Dec 4, 2013 Their numbers are: (856) 767 2134 or 783 4900.
www.IC3.gov Complaint Id: I1312051202398721 Password: {REDACTED}

Please contact me at My VOIP Number or My Cell Number with any questions or updates.

Thank you.
 


TERRORISTIC THREATS

On December 7, 2013 the scammer called, and got belligerent when I told him I had NOT sent any funds back as per his instructions. His remarks in the phone call devolved into insults, and terroristic threats, which I engaged him in, because when idiots like him get angry, they make mistakes that lead to them divulging some information, or doing something really stupid that leads to their apprehension.

On December 7, at 1:45PM, I contacted my cell phone carrier (Consumer Cellular) to inform them of this scam, and have them either trace or block the scammer’s number from calling my phone, and the phones of other Consumer Cellular customers.

TRANSCRIPT OF TEXT MESSAGES FROM SCAMMER to My Cell Number


Thursday 3:33 PM (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
David, I don’t know why we are having a hard time communicating with each other. Our server crashed and we lost your contacts. Can you please text your email address so we can forward instructions to you? Thank you. Harry.

Thursday 3:37 PM {12/05/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
My email is {email REDACTED}. Thanks.
 
Thursday 3:51 PM {12/05/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
Sending instructions shortly.

Thursday 4:21 PM {12/05/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
Please check your email for the instructions

Thursday 4:35 PM {12/05/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
Have you checked your email David?

Friday 11:31 AM {12/06/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
Please check with your bank this morning and then email or text me back. Did you get the instructions I sent?

Friday 11:37 AM {12/06/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
I received the instructions. The check was deposited late yesterday and has not cleared yet. Your phone has a very bad connection and then I am unable to call you back on that number.

Friday 11:44 AM {12/06/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
Ok. check with your bank tomorrow.

Friday 11:44 AM {12/06/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Will do.

Friday 12:28 PM {12/06/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
Thank you.

Saturday 12:17 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
David, when are you sending the funds?

Saturday 12:24 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
David, I need you to get back with me.

Saturday 1:03 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
YOU ARE A MOTHERFUCKING THIEF. YOU ARE NOW ACTING STUPID BECAUSE YOU HAVE THE FUNDS. THUNDER FIRE YOU BASTARD. TAMPER WITH A DIME OF THAT MONEY YOU WILL

Saturday 1:03 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
GO TO JAIL. IDIOT.

Saturday 1:08 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Your the fucking nigger that's going to jail cocksucker. The fucking police have the check.

Saturday 1:08 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
As soon as you go to catch {cash} any fucking more checks on that account your fucking ass is going to be arrested how you like that you cocksucker piece of shit.

Saturday 1:08 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
And don’t threaten me you scumbag mother fucker because if you show up here I got something for your fucking ass how you like that?

Saturday 1:09 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
I AM GOING TO RIP YOUR HEART OUT AND FEED IT TO THE PIGS. YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHO YOU ARE DEALING WITH. YOU ARE YOUR MOTHERFUCKING FAMILY ARE DEAD. COCKSUCKER.

Saturday 1:10 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
I would love for you to show up here cause I got a fucking shotgun I’m going to fucking blow your fucking balls off with it you scumbag nigger mother fucker.

Saturday 1:10 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
I know exactly who I am dealing with. I’m dealing with a little midget nigger mother fucker who doesn’t even know how to speak English.

Saturday 1:12 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
YOU WILL SEE ME DICK HEAD. WATCH YOUR BACK FROM NOW ON MOTHERFUCKER.

Saturday 1:12 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Oh I’m really fucking scared.... fuck you nigger wait for the FBI

Saturday 1:14 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
YOU ARE DEAD. A PITY YOU DON’T KNOW. ON A LONELY NIGHT, YOU WILL WALK INTO A BULLET. I AM A PATIENT MAN, MY ASSOCIATES TOO.

Saturday 1:16 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Your associates are a bunch of fucking pussies just like you are.

Saturday 1:17 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
You are a fucking scumbag piece of shit trying to steal money from people. Go suck on a fucking dick you faggot motherfucker.

Saturday 1:18 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
And now I’m going to pleased {the police} to have you arrested for terroristic threats high {how you like} that you stupid fuck {?}

Saturday 1:18 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012)
DON’T BEG FOR YOUR LIFE. HOPE YOU DON’T HAVE KIDS AROUND. HAVE YOUR ADDRESS MOTHERFUCKER.

Saturday 1:19 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Your mother fucking to be back come over here motherfucker, come over here. Come over here at all (and I’ll} blow your fucking brains out.

Saturday 1:20 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
OK. GOOD. GLAD YOU HAVE BALLS. WE’LL SEE WHOSE HEAD WILL BE BLOWN OFF. HOPE YOUR BALLS ARE WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS.

Saturday 1:24 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Fuck off asshole

Saturday 1:24 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
You’re in fucking Nigeria come here and you’re in my fucking territory mother fucker.

Saturday 1:25 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Go fuck a giraffe or something.

Saturday 1:20 PM {12/07/2013}  (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Wanna know the truth? I gave the cops that fucking check today {the day} I got it you dumb stupid nigger motherfucker.

Saturday 1:26 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
I am where? You are so ignorant IDIOT. You are so much way over your head. But you will suffer for your stupidity.

Saturday 1:28 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
Looking {look here} stupid mother fucker go suck somebody’s dick. You’re the one whose going to suffer for his stupidity. www.IC3.gov has all of our communications....

Saturday 1:28 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Including recordings of the phone calls. You’re toast asshole.

Saturday 1:31 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
I have our communications. You are a dead man walking

Saturday 1:32 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
You have my dick in your mouth go suck it

Saturday 1:32 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
We’ll ser {see}

Saturday 1:35 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
www.AssholesAmongUs.com/PhishersOfMen.htm  ... you will be posted on there shortly

Saturday 1:38 PM {12/07/2013} (from the SCAMMER: 651-321-4012
Ok. Your death will be extremely painful. You have become my life passion.

Saturday 2:16 PM {12/07/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)
Don’t worry.... you get anger management in prison.

 

Sunday 12:38 AM {12/08/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)

http://www.assholesamongus.com/scams/adsonyourcar.htm

 

Sunday 12:42 AM {12/08/2013} (from MY CELL NUMBER)

The world knows.... the Jibeep is famous. Merry Christmas dipshit.

 

 



 

On December 21, 2013, I received an email (unrelated to the above case) which used the same 'plot' as the one above. I immediately reported it to the FBI at www.IC3.gov referencing the report number I used for the above case.

 


 

We are currently seeking to employ individual’s world wide. How would you like to make money by simply driving your car advertising for RED BULL. If you are interested,

 

Click Here to signup

 

Copyright 2013 Red Bull North America, Inc

 




TEXT BELOW FROM http://www.bbb.org/blog/2012/05/putting-ads-on-your-car-scam-says-carol/

There are legitimate companies that pay you to put their logo on your personal vehicle and drive around. I personally don’t know of any, but they tell me they exist. Unfortunately, there are some scams in this business. The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) reports they are receiving several complaints depicting these scams. Not surprisingly, the offers are made via online ad postings. To make the offer seem more believable, the fraudsters use the name of well-known companies, such as Coca Cola or Heineken Beer and “sweeten the pot” by offering $400 – $600 per week. Not bad, when supposedly all you have to do is drive around with vinyl advertising signs wrapped around your vehicle. The offer begins to “unwrap” when they send an up-front payment by cash or money order for more than the promised amount. They ask you to cash the check and wire the “excess” money to a third party whom they say is the graphic designer for the project. By this time, red flags should be waving for you. Any time you are sent a check or money order and asked to cash it and write a check to send to someone else, it is almost always a scam. Unfortunately, the checks the fraudsters send look so authentic some people do become victims and take a financial loss.

I received one for Hype Energy Drink. These folks are good at the scam, at least until you receive the “certified” check. UPS delivery too. Came from Hawaii, but the check was “written” from a bank in Virginia. Instructed to deposit into my account and send money to two different people through two different wire services. Now, if you go as far as I did, if you or your bank checks for the watermark on the certified check, you will unlikely find one. If you follow the scammer’s instructions, you will be out quite a sum of money when the “certified” check doesn’t clear and you have wired money to these folks. The bank holds you responsible for the funds. The FBI advises people to sever all communication with the scammers. Don’t respond to any of the scammers mails regardless of the threats. Honest ad-wrap firms have you sign an agreement. These folks don’t.

My husband received a check yesterday via Fed Ex for $2950.00. I put it in my bank account yesterday, came to work today to find that it cleared. Decided to Google some information and came across this blog….thank God! I called my bank who is saying that the check passed the initial phase of clearing, but, it takes approx 4 days to clear. To be safe I changed my bank account number and froze the account the check was put in. My husband just emailed the “people” that this originated and lied stating that the check cleared, they want him to wire $900 to NYC to a foreign name…this is incredible. I can’t believe that we fell for this. It seemed authentic. I now have $2950 sitting in my account, waiting and praying that it comes back out with no problems. What a scam. BTW, my husband found this on Craigslist as well. Beware! Thanks to everyone who posted comments on here, I think you just saved my only little savings I have!

 




Anyone wanting to educate themselves on Internet email scams should visit one of my Web sites, where I have posted numerous examples and commentaries on the prolific crime of Internet fraud:
http://www.AssholesAmongUs.com/PhishersOfMen.htm  
 

 

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