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SCAM: Metallic Star Vacation Prizes – Identity Theft Hackers

In Crime-Reports, Financial Scams on July 22, 2016 at 11:56 am

BEWARE: If You Received¬† “Scratch & Win” Prize Cards From Malaysia By Postal Mail IT IS A SCAM

You probably scratched and received an instant $180,000.00 prize. But, the prize card instructs you to call a Malaysian phone number, this is just an elaborate, full colour SCAM to steal your identity. DO NOT GIVE OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION to these scammer/hackers!

Note, the scammers website was only created in may 2016 through an untraceable proxy domain registration service.

They even impersonate the Malaysian Police Service by placing a Police Seal on the envelope. As if the police would officially send out free Scratch & Win cards?!?!

SCAM: Metallic Star Vacation Prizes - Identity Theft Hackers

SCAM: Metallic Star Vacation Prizes – Identity Theft Hackers

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STOCK SCAM? CHARIOT ASSET MANAGEMENT CHARIOTASSETMANAGEMENT.COM SolarWindow Technologies Stock

In Financial Scams on July 18, 2016 at 11:57 am

BEWARE: Chariot Asset Management Smells Bad Pitching “SolarWindow Technologies”

Chariot Asset Management SolarWindow Technologies Possible Scam

Chariot Asset Management SolarWindow Technologies Possible Scam

We have not yet concluded if Chariot Asset Management’s claims that it is authorized to sell stock in “SolarWindow Technologies” are true or false. But you are cautioned to do your homework. Just because their template emails link to all kinds of Yahoo finance boards, it does not mean they are legitimate.

Do you due diligence, contact Solar Wind DIRECTLY and ask if it is legitimate: SolarWind Contact Form

SOME CONCERNS:

  1. CHARIOTASSETMANAGEMENT.COM was only registered on May 2016
  2. The domain was registered through an anonymous offshore domain registration service (in Panama) that accepts CASH payments through the mail, so that website operators cannot be identified, and that does not respond to subpoenas.
  3. Why would a legitimate stock broker or investment agency use the same domain registration services and thousands of gambling, pornography and other illegal or questionable “businesses”?