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Scammer: newworldmobiledistribution@gmail.com - +447024088308

Discussion in 'Bad Supplier Experiences' started by mdsltd, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. mdsltd

    mdsltd

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    Messages:
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    Today (16/01/2014) a person Seyitan Olaniyonu of Pixels Consulting Services Ltd newworldmobiledistribution@gmail.com attempted to fraudulently supply iPhone handsets by passing himself off as ourselves (MDSLTD)

    The following information was provided:

    newworldmobiledistribution@gmail.com
    Pixels Consulting Services
    Lloyds Tsb
    772709
    66568460
    Eastgate St, Gloucester, GL1 1NU
    Tel: +447024088308
    Email - newworldmobiledistribution@gmail.com

    It would appear the following person maybe responsible (according to the detailed research we have):

    http://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/pixels-consulting-services
    http://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/director/8120083/seyitan-olaniyonu

    This type of cloning fraud is quite common but fortunately the scam did not succeed on this occasion. We ask ANYONE who has been contacted by this person claiming to represent us (MDSLTD) or any other company for that matter to please call the number listed on our website. The POLICE are now involved & hopefully this person will be caught & made accountable!
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2014
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  2. UKbuyer1

    UKbuyer1

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    And again, it highlights one of the most basic, one of the most fundamental things one should look for when dealing with any supplier:

    The email address suffix. Any legitimate company or business will NOT utilise a FREE email account from gmail, hotmail et al, and certainly not in professional correspondence.

    Hope you get this sorted, nothing worse than chasing about after things like this when there is real work to do. Which reminds me, I really shouldn't be on here right now...
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