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SubmitterTitle/SubjectCategory
2013-09-11
Pete
Reston, VA UNITED STATES
 
pierreomid300302n@yahoo.comEmail Attached
Fake/Counterfeit Goods

Scammer Source was email
Scammer Information
NamePierre Omidyar More Like This
Email Addresspierreomid300302n@yahoo.com More Like This
Scam Details I was asked to reply and if I did I would get 1.3 million in return and before all that he was talking about a personal journal
Scam Email
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2014-01-06: Followup Information Added By Cory B From Herndon, VA UNITED STATES 
Scammer Information
NamePierre Omidyar More Like This
Email Addresspierre3452m8@yahoo.com More Like This
Scam Details I received this email just two days ago, made it up to where i was sent the attached document asking for banking information. Then I did further research. payments@b-financialintlplc.com <-- thats the email for the "banker" i replied to and received the attachment .pdf. Original sender, or first email was from pierre3452m8@yahoo.com . Second email came from pierre_omidyar@aol.com .


2013-10-08: Followup Information Added By Laurie P From Atlanta, GA UNITED STATES 
Scammer Information
Name Pierre Omidyar More Like This
Email Addresspierre.omidyar@aol.com More Like This
Scam Details I also received the email offering to send me 1.3 million dollars. I did reply to the "lawyer's" email given - johnsunderland@b-bankinternational.net - just to see what response I would get. I received the same email mentioned earlier with a form attached to fill out my personal information, also suggesting I open a separate account if I wasn't comfortable giving my own information. I did further research, found this site and took no further action.
So, thank you for the advance warning. It's true; if it looks too good to be true, it is!


2013-09-24: Followup Information Added By Anonymous From  
Scammer Information
NameJewells More Like This
Scam Details I also got that email. I replyed and was sent another email to contact John Sunderland of Barclays Bank in the UK to recieve my $1.3 million. This John fellow sent me a Re-routing form to fill out and send back. The form wanted routing number, Swift code, and Account number. The email also said that if I was concerned I could open a new account just so to recieve this transfer. So that is what I did and the next email said that I had to pay 500 british pounds so the transfer can go through. Now I dont know what to think but some is having a laugh at my expence. This is very wrong.If you are relly going to give money away to help people, then do it with asking for them to come up with money.