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Gen. Charles L. Moore jun. - charlesmoore594@yahoo.com

Postby Happy69 » Thu Mar 06, 2014 8:24 am

Pictures stolen from the real Brig. Gen. Charles L. Moore Jr., scammers are even using his name.
http://www.nellis.af.mil/photos/mediaga ... 54&page=76" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; (top right)

ATTENTION!
He send me over Skype a request and Emails (charlesmoore594@yahoo.com). His helping hands are rolandk.wilson@yahoo.com and eshanomi eta stanley (barclays.bank1@aol.com).
The last mail was from Barclays Bank Ghana and an order to pay 5000 Euro for the Transfer Activation Code:

Barclays Bank Official Website barclays.onlgrs.co.uk/en
Dear Esteem Customer: Mrs.xxxx
We have come to the conclusion of your account set up. We once again want to congratulate you that your account has been created with this account details. and the fund has be activated.
Please note we have be able to get you new account information's because your husband ask us to transfer his total fund to you so we created a new account for you please find it below.
Account Name: xxx
Account Number: 390088733000
Country: Austria
INSTRUCTIONS ON YOUR FUND TRANSFER PROCESS
Step One: login to our bank site: barclays.onlgrs.co.uk/en and click on online banking, then login in with this information below
Username: xxx
Password: 0000
Customer Login Area barclays.onlgrs.co.uk/en/~/login.php
Step Two: Click on "login" and wait for your account details/summary to appear, then click on "Transfer Funds" and input your banking details appropriately to avoid errors and downtime of your fund transfer process.
this literally stands that your fund transfer process will be completed in two hours on the transfer process.
Step Three: Click on Submit button and wait while your fund is been transfer to your nominated bank account which you have inputted on the Online Platform.
Step Four: Print Out the summary when your fund transfer has been completed and send to the account department for further processes on your telex copy and please do remember that your fund transfer process will take up to 5hrs before it can hit your bank account via swift wire transfer process.
If your have any difficulties on this procedures/instructions on your transfer process, kindly write to the account department via email.
Yours in service,
Happy banking to all our customers in Barclay's Bank Group Plc.
Yours in service.
On behalf of Barclays Bank Group, we thank you for banking with us and hope you will enjoy all benefits for a safe and more secure experience with Barclay's.Bank Plc. Our Customer satisfaction is our main goal.

Distinguished Regards,
Mr.Eshanomi Eta Stanley.
Managing Director Barclays Bank Group Plc
Accra Ghana.
+233244815354

I wrote a Mail to Barclays Bank UK and got the answer:
Dear xx ,
Thank you for your email dated 4/3/14.
Please be advised that the e-mail(s) did NOT originate from Barclays and Barclays are in no way connected with this issue which is an attempted fraud.
You should cease any further contact with these individuals and report the matter to your local police force.
From time to time fraudsters use the name of Barclays and other well-known financial institutions to try to con people out of money. Such scams have been around for many years but unfortunately criminals still continue their efforts to defraud people. Use of the Internet is just another means that the criminals use given that it has made it easier for them to reach large numbers of potential victims around the world.
E-mail messages are sent out by the fraudsters to tempt people with promises of large cash pay-outs in exchange for a small advance payment. This is known as an advanced fee fraud or a 419 scam.
The email may appear to be from a foreign government, agency or lottery fund that offers to transfer millions of pounds into the persons bank account. Often the email will appear to come from a senior bank executive. The fraudsters may also provide copies of documents or cheques as proof of authenticity, these are fakes and were produced fraudulently.
If you or your company believe you have received an email of this type:
- Do not assume that the senders email address is genuine. The fraudsters will often use an account at a free email provider, which you can tell by reviewing the properties of the address.
- Do not respond to the sender.
- Do not pay any money.
- If a telephone number, account number or address is provided within the e-mail forward the details to the police
- If you have paid money report the matter to your local police station.
- Further information on these type of e-mails and what you can do to help combat fraud can be obtained from our web site:
.barclays.co.uk/security/
- If you think you have received a fraudulent email that looks like it is from Barclays, please forward the entire email including the header and footer to internetsecurity@barclays.co.uk and then delete it from your email account.

And now i know whats happend. So please take attention at this, that no other wil getting hurt!!
Last edited by FrumpyBB on Thu Mar 06, 2014 11:58 am, edited 6 times in total.
Reason: Fake bank url unclickified. Edited out poster´s full name. Highlighted the email that later came from the real bank, to seperate it from the scam report ;)

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Re: Gen. Charles L. Moore jun. and helpers

Postby FrumpyBB » Thu Mar 06, 2014 11:34 am

=>.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100007073410847
Charles Moore
Worked at Army General
Studied at STIKES BINAWAN
Lives in Texas, Queensland
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fake bank info:
onlgrs.co.uk registry whois
Domain name:
onlgrs.co.uk
Registrant:
onlgrs.co.uk
Trading as:
GeekNigeria
Registrant type:
UK Individual
Registrant's address:
The registrant is a non-trading individual who has opted to have their
address omitted from the WHOIS service. :roll: :roll:
Relevant dates:
Registered on: 13-Feb-2014
Expiry date: 13-Feb-2015
Last updated: 13-Feb-2014
^^Registered by (from what I see) a Nigerian individual/gang/company (lying "UK") but parts of the gang having a Ghana phone number.
Do you still have "his" exact Skype nick?
Please try your best to block ALL your scammer´s still incoming messages and calls!

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Re: Gen. Charles L. Moore jun. - charlesmoore594@yahoo.com

Postby Happy69 » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:02 pm

yes frumpy, here it is...xxx.
I kicked him off skype and now he wrote a few mails. Begin to put him back and blablabla...and please ask when you need help!..greets Happy

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Re: Gen. Charles L. Moore jun. - charlesmoore594@yahoo.com

Postby FrumpyBB » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:12 pm

Excuse me but are you sure this was the exact spelling? :)
Please try your best to block ALL your scammer´s still incoming messages and calls!

What is all this? => The FAQ

The scammers vs. Why is "he" still doing it?

Why is alerting the man in the pictures DANGEROUS?

Please click why confronting my scammer is terribly wrong :)

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Re: Gen. Charles L. Moore jun. - charlesmoore594@yahoo.com

Postby Igulinka » Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:22 pm

SKYPE ID: peter.samir50
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