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"OIPCS in Switzerland" Scam Victims Fraudulent Emails

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"OIPCS in Switzerland" Scam Victims Fraudulent Emails

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Recipients of the so-called OIPCS email below, especially those who are victims of scams, are asked not to follow instructions in it. The fraudulent email, which claims victims of online scams should contact them, is being sent by scammers who want their potential victims to contact them using free email addresses that are provided by free email providers, where anyone can go a register an email address. Also, the so-called OIPCS doesn't exist.

Scammers know that most victims will do anything to recover money that they have loss to other scammers. And, this why they are attempting to scam people who have already been scammed.

A Sample of an "OIPCS in Switzerland" Email Scam

Info urgent to victims of scams on the internet

An association referred to as (oipcs), based in Switzerland, and some African countries in the world, in collaboration with the French police has registered a considerable number of complaints where some scammers scams of our peaceful people through dating sites and advertisement.Interpol is a federal organization of the police of the world, with the objective to stop criminals of any kind and, therefore, cannot intervene in favour of victims of all forms of scams on the net.

So, if you have been a victim of a scam on the web : a great sum of money, the purchases do not conform to the picture, bank transfer, of blackmail on the net, fake marabout activities has coloured and fake paypal account, fake love story to make money, selling car, gay and lesbian and fake lottery, Please contact us by following this link below to help you.

Phone : EUROPE : 33644698567 / AFRICA : 22962405867

E-mail : organisme.int@tutanota.com / signal.oipcs@netc.fr

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • May 27, 2019 at 9:23 AM by an anonymous user from Cotonou, Littoral, Benin

    I am the victim of the following scam:

    "Emails: interpol.victimearnaque@gmail.com

    My name is Marie Carmen I was a victim of scam meeting in Africa at a price of 30,000 €

    it was a man named Michel Montagnier that I met on the internet on Darling.fr. We sympathize via skype, via whatsapp and then after a while he told me that he was going to africa for work because he worked in real estate, we always keep in touch to the point where I fell in love with him and I too, after two weeks spent in this country in Africa he asked me to give him the sum of 5000 € because his rental car was a stolen car and we had apprehended him with gold he needed this sum I had paid, the week after he had just been mugged he still needed money and again until I was totally ruined and I realized that it was scam It could never happen in France because each time he rejected the trip.

    I was downcast, confused, I no longer had a taste for life because all my relatives wanted me. Since then I have met an inspector who is an Interpol police officer, thanks to a friend, and he helped me a lot to get his hands on his ill-intentioned individuals and I had confidence in myself. Even then I have been reimbursed for all my losses with compensation because he has used his power by being in collaboration with other countries. So if you have been scammed on the web of a: big sum of money, non-compliant purchases, bank transfers, blackmail on the net, false maraboutage and fake PayPal account, fake love affair to extract money, car sales, gay and lesbian and fake raffle lottery etc ..., if you contact him, he will easily find your swindler and once they are arrested, you will be reimbursed for all your expenses followed by the costs of compensation or any organization contributing to insecurity on your territory via In ternet some please contact the inspector Mr. Marc Vercaine on his next email address they can help you then I give you their address so that justice is returned to you. I assure you that they have been really smart and effective.

    Emails: interpol.victimearnaque@gmail.com

    Sincerely, Mrs. Marie Carmen"

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"OIPCS in Switzerland" Scam Victims Fraudulent Emails