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163 Comments

  1. ED13 says:

    G2A.com has a scam going where you pay for buyer protection which does nothing. I bought a digital product with their so called “G2A Shield” buyer protection and a few days later it was REVOKED from my account because it was stolen goods. They are a online store that lets people sell stolen digital goods without checking. Even if you pay for their buyer protection, send in proof of what happened their support does nothing. Im up to day 4 so far after supplying ALL PROOF that the item was REVOKED from my account, yet their support chooses to ignore me or just keeps me going round in circles. To sum it up “G2A Shield” is a scam for them to make a little extra $$ as it does nothing. So Buyers Be Warned!!!!

  2. HVD9378 says:

    Please be aware of a widespread and elaborate fraudulent check scheme targeting law firms. While it has been around for several years, we have recently seen an increase in cases in which a fraudster impersonates a Swiss supplier claiming that US company owes it a substantial sum. The fraudster often contacts by email a small law firm specializing in debt collection or bankruptcy and attempts to engage the firm to represent it in its claim. The claim is supported by realistic looking contracts and email exchanges with various members of the company’s senior management team. If the lawyer agrees to take the case, shortly thereafter he will receive a letter purportedly from the company’s CFO accompanied by a fraudulent cashier’s check in settlement of the claim. After the check is deposited into the lawyer’s client trust account but before it finally clears, the “client” asks that the funds, less a generous fee, be wired to a foreign account. Subsequently, the lawyer discovers the check is worthless, but the funds have been disbursed, and the lawyer may be out several hundred thousands of dollars.

    Lately, the fraud has been conducted in the name of Edmond Baud, S.A. with fraudulent claims against W.W. Grainger, Inc.

    Here is an example of the initial email the targets of the fraud receives

    From: Franz Montagnon [mailto:montagnonfranzoffice@gmail.com]
    Sent: Wednesday, February 4, 2015 3:44 AM

    Subject: Agreement and Contract – Franz Montagnon – Agreement and Contract

    Name:
    Franz Montagnon

    E-mail:
    montagnonfranzoffice@gmail.com

    Phone:
    12125641212

    Subject:
    Agreement and Contract

    Legal Question:
    I am looking for legal representation with respect to business / commercial litigation. I look forward to hearing from you if you are in position to assist us.
    Warmest Regards,
    Franz Montagnon
    montagnonfranzoffice@gmail.com

    From: Lulzim Dermaku. [mailto:dam.lulzim@gmail.com]
    Sent: Friday, October 17, 2014 9:02 PM

    Subject: – Lulzim Dermaku. –

    Name:
    Lulzim Dermaku.

    E-mail:
    dam.lulzim@gmail.com

    Phone:
    4197728281

    Subject:

    Legal Question:
    I am looking for legal representation with respect to litigation. Are you in position to assist our organization?
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Lulzim Dermaku.

  3. david says:

    laurelhosting.com is another scam it rents out ptc sites and takes your members money and they have even sold the same website at the same time to 2 people true scamers

  4. Jimmy says:

    Be careful of this idiot. Does not have insurance liability although advertise he has £1m cover. First class liar scumbag.
    Use at your own risks. We use him and f*** our things up. A total useless idiot.

    One man team who advertise as a company. Should change his name to rent-a-total-loser

    rentahubby.co.uk

    We specialise in odd jobs, small jobs and medium sized jobs in Brighton handyman, Hove handyman, crawley handyman, Eastbourne handyman, handyman …
    Google+ page · Be the first to review

    Newhaven, East Sussex, United Kingdom
    +44 1273 510689

    Beware he has many more pathetic website.

    check his review on yell too

    Sloooow

    20/06/2014 by Mrsgemini

    Got lost, two hours late several phone calls to find my address, then parked in neighbours private space and wondered why he got asked to move. Achingly slow took two hours to put up three blinds and he charges an hourly rate. Would never use again as so slow and he wants to stand and chat, take phone calls from other customers when you’re paying by the hour.

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