Thomas hamilton online dating scam
Claims to be a private lending firm offering urgent loans for various purposes--business expansion or company investment, lending rate is based at 3% percentage. Claims to be in Belfast, United Kingdom, phone 447024035549.Claims address: New Caledonia Street, 2, WV 25801, USA; Vermont; New York 10001. Tried to get money wired by Western Union to KOTO ROMY MARIE LOUISE, 15 logistics ave., Pudong, Shanghai, China. Claims to be selling an Addams Family pinball machine for under 50% market value. Claims that he is into making of sculptures which is also called art and craft, that his son (20 years old) had the serious injury with his spinal cord and needs an operation, he begs for help and money.02/2011, CVV code: 465; Visa #xxxxxxxx50071015, Exp.02/2011, CVV code: 428; VISA #xxxxxxxx54120800, Exp. Runs overpayment cashiers check scam and medical emergency scam and then wants a refund! Claims John's address: 1101 Monroe Ave, Memphis, TN 38103.
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TEL: 61 243 607 320, FAX: 61 243 636 801Also claims address of DDN Store International, 15 Broadway, Terrigal, New South Wales 2260, Sydney, Australia. Also claims address of 101 Smith Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3010, Australia; and phone: 61 2 9498 6830.
And claims address of 184 Darley Street (or 90 West Gray Street), Mona Vale, NSW 2103, Australia. Also claims shipping address: Attention to: Mrs ann, 43134 Calvery St Hammond, LA 70403Also claims phone: 61 243 607 865, fax: 61 2.
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