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Contacted by. Sunni Wallace on Facebook wanting to tell me about a money giveaway from Texaco global. I didn’t fall for it
I received a FB request from a old time school associate. I checked to see if he was in our group of middle/high school friends and yes he was so I granted his request and shortly there after I received these messages. At the end of the messaging I ended up sending this what I found on your website about phishing. I also attached the picture of my old time school friend.
“ Hello how are you doing today
Am doing great and am here busy with what i will invest with my Texaco winning money, Did you head about it ?
i won $250.000.00 from texaco global company company award promo they are on three years promo they picks people randomly on there social network.
This is the why i add you because I saw your name and your profile pics on texaco global company winning list . when they come to my house and deliver me my winning money did you get yours?”
Por la presente , y luego de leer atentamente el artículo quiero poner en vuestro conocimiento lo que me sucedió hace pocas semanas. Conocí a traves de Instagram a una persona que se presentó así : franklylucas 08. Así decía se perfil en dicha red.-Luego de las presentaciones sugirió que luego el contacto fuera vía whatsaap al no. + 1 ( 225) 414-2442 , siendo así hasta el día de hoy.Se presentó como ciudadano de Houston , y que se encontraba en el Reino Unido con un contrato de trabajo. QUE TRABAJABA PARA TEXACO GLOBAL COMPANY OFF ABERDEEN as oil rig Engineer.
En pocos días me pidió que le mandara a su agente de nombre :
L , Santa Fé , Tx 77510 USAl
la cantidad de 500 dólares. Lecontesté que era mucho dinero en mi pais , y que por los tanto no podía.-
Insistió y accedí a remitir 100 dólares. vía Western Union.- enseguida me contestó que su agente no lo había cobrado en razón de que era muy poco dinero.- De manera que con el aviso que él me mandó , volví a la oficina de western union y lo cobré. De manera que no sufrí ninguna pérdida.-
Mencionó que es viudo, que lo unico que tiene es su hijo de nombre LEONARD FRANKLY de casi 10 años que está en un colegio internado el tel. es + 1 ( 620) 979 7196 . Le pregunté porque el niño entonces no estaba con sus abuelos , a lo que contestó que ellos habían fallecidos y que él era su unico hijo.- Pasaron pocos días más y volvió a pedir que le mandase 500 dólares para de esa forma él podía regresar a USA , estar con su hijo y luego viajar a Uruguay para comprar una casa junto a la mía y quedarse a vivir , ya que él cobraría al final de su contrato muy buena cantidad de dólares.- Nuewvamente le contesté que me es imposible remitir ese dinero , y también le preguntaba cómo era posible que tan prestigiosa empresa tuviera una conducta así con sus empleados , y que además había una cantidad de hechos que sinceramente no los podía entender y tampoco me quedaban muy claros.- A partir de ese momento me culpo de su situación, y me dijo Adiós-
Yo aún no lo quité de whatsaap justamente para ver , cúales serían sus proximos pasos, ya que sus planes eran estar en Uruguay alrededor del 15 de setiembre.- Desde ya muchas gracias. Tengo fotos de esta persona, pero siempre dude´de que su nombre fuese Lucas Franckly. Deseo recibir si es que corresponde, información acerca de la veracidad de esta persona , o si por el contrario efectivamente es empleado correcto de Texaco y así se llama. Saludos desde Uruguay,.Blanca
Victim Location 76542
Type of a scam Phishing
I received a facebook notice from a (supposed) friend. He tells me that he's got some good news for me. I ask, what's up? He tells me he just received $80,000 from a company called Texaco Global. They contacted him and asked if he's ready to receive his money. He said yes. So he tells me that they asked him to fill out some info, and send a small processing fee, and he would get the money within 24 hours. He says this is legit and he's got the money. I asked to see it and he sends me a picture of the cash in plastic bags. So, I asked him has he spent any of this money yet? He says he's not gotten it yet. I told him this sounds fishy and not a good sign. He informs me that it's all good and I just need to call that number he gave me and they will ask me what to do next. Okay, I called the number, and later on some individual facebooks me back and gives me a form to fill out. I fill out the info, and then he asks if I'm ready to proceed. I said sure. He states I'll need to send a moneygram of $400 to complete the transaction. I told the person, "Hold one minute." I then googled the company and it turned out to be a scam. I get back on line with this person, who again I think is my friend, and tell him, I don't want this, cancel my request and just take me off your recipient list. I then contacted my friend via phone, and informed him of what's going on and he's going to check this out later. I did tell the fake person that I was dealing with that I am currently on with the FBI and his scam is being reported. So far, I have not heard back from this person.
Victim Location 45133
Total money lost $1,500
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes
I was on Facebook in the evening December 31st. A friend of mine I thought was sending me a message. And she said she saw my name on a list, and I was supposed to be the winner of $150,000 cash and a computer. Then, she told me to go to a website, so I checked it out, and then another lady came on on the website named Middleton Barbara Ray and told me that I was the winner, and that you were randomly selected from a lot of people on Facebook, and she said that Texaco Global Company this was their promotion, and that they do that yearly, and then she just talked to me about a bunch of stuff she asked me my name, address, email address. Then she advised me that my name was randomly selected and that I needed to wire $1,000 through Money Gram to a cashier at UPS, then she gave me a delivery date and time and when it was close to that time she contacted me again, and told me that they need another $500 and I sent that by Western Union to another cashier at UPS and the lady told me it went through the UPS in Canton, OH. She told me to wire the money to: Denise Woodus in Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71603 and the second cashier Lawrence Middleton Temple Hills, Maryland 20748. The first one, Denise I sent $1,000 to and Lawrence I sent $500 to. Then it was supposed to be delivered to me this morning at 9a.m. And they never showed up and I contacted Middleton Barbara on private messenger on Facebook and asked her what was going on, and she said that they would not deliver unless I came up with another $5,750. And I told her there was no way, and I told her I don’t know how many times I want my $1,500 back, and she keeps coming back and telling me “Please have patience, and God wants you to have this.” And she told me that I was being rude, because I told her like it was. So, she told me I have a meeting today, and it will be for 5 hours, and I told her ok that’s until 2:10pm, right? And she said, yes. And she said she would contact me after that. Just a second ago, she just wrote me, Hello Madam, I am here now, and I want to let you know am just coming from meeting now.” And I typed what did you find out? And she went back offline. She even sent me a picture of UPS man delivering to someone else. When I went to send $500, Money Gram blocked it, because they said it wasn’t supposed to go through a person’s name, that it was only supposed to go through a business name. They said it wasn’t in a business name, but Money Gram took the first money that I sent in a person’s name.
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