Do Not Call 44-753-718-3302 - it is being used by Scammers

Do Not Call 44-753-718-3302 - it is being used by Scammers

Here's another number from a scam or a spam that requested me to send him money via the Western Union: 44-753-718-3302. And another one that claims to be the number of a diplomatic agent is: 1-410-514-3098. Beware of these scammers or cybercriminals who are preying on gullible online users.

Never send money via the Western Union or MoneyGram, or send personal information, to anyone who claims that you have won some so-called lottery, promotional offer, or has been chosen to receive a donation. This is because the people who are requesting the money or information are scammers, who were able to illegally harvest your telephone number, email address, or other personal information using phishing scams, social media like-farming or like-harvesting scams. Once scammers have gotten your information, they will attempt to convince you that you are a winner in some lottery game or you have been chosen to receive thousands of dollars in donation, and ask you to send them money that they claim are for taxes, delivery or processing fees, in order to receive your so-called prize.

Once you are asked to send money in order to receive some form of prize or donation, without a doubt, it is a scammer attempting to rob you of your hard-earned money. So, don't be fooled, think before sending that little money you have worked so hard for, to some despicable scammer who will live comfortably from your hard work.

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  • May 3, 2018 at 4:45 AM by an anonymous user from: Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia


    Suspicious modus operandi

    The individual (suspected scammer) will join a job platform and ask for a quote to translate documents.

    Once they have your rates they will send a confirmation with attached confidential policy in English - which they request you to translate FIRST.

    And then invoice them for 50% after which they will send 'hardcopy' of the rest of the documents to translate.

    At the end of the email they will ask for a whatsapp number for easier communication. Sounds downright dodgy.

    I do home work on the company Havarn Engineering. Not very informative website.

    Website has spelling and grammatical errors and the content is c**p - for a UK based company? Fishy.

    Top management profile is non existent. Just loads of images.

    I see differences in their logo in email and on the website. Fishy.

    Their links to their instagram and fb are non existent. Fishy.

    Their CEO has a linkedin but when you google, the profile is no longer available. Fishy.

    So if one is gullible and actually translates the d**n 11 page confidential policy and gives a whatsapp number.

    What if the scammer sends questionable material which could get you into trouble and you have already signed the document.

    What if they never pay up the 50%.

    What if they conveniently say the documents have been sent but stuck in customs and you have to send money to release?

    So hold on to all the suspicious emails. It may be your saving grace if you fall for this.

    Sometimes I play along just to see what loopholes they will dig for themselves.

    • June 4, 2018 at 8:50 AM by an anonymous user from: Riyadh, Ar Riya?, Saudi Arabia

      Everything in the comment is right. I received the same message to translate documents through my LinkedIn profile. Thank God I did not fall for that.

  • January 29, 2018 at 2:44 PM by an anonymous user from: Dusseldorf, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

    This is very important and good information. Thank you!

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Do Not Call 44-753-718-3302 - it is being used by Scammers