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I have a similar experience as another lady. The person who I spoke to was Daniel Cheung. 'He' was very caring and sweet. Every day, he would WhatsApp me day & night after asking me the contact him via Facebook messager. It's started 25 January 2019. Just a few days of communication, asking me to go to the next level of relationship. I told him I 'm not ready, and needed some time. Last week before Valentine's day. He told me he won a usd5mil contract. 

He said that my prayers for him worked and he was so happy that he bought iPhone x, Mac, high heels, jewellery & cash 20k for me to spend. He showed me airway bill & photo of the items he bought. He asked me to pay for courier CHRG by using the cash he sent over. 10% would go to a charity and the rest for me to keep. Then, I received call from a courier located in Malaysia asking sgd2500 before they could make the delivery. They provided a Malaysian bank account. I went to the bank to do the transfer. The officer sensed something was not right. Advised me not to make any payment & the officer rejected my request. I told him about it. He said he will ask the courier for a local bank acct. An UOB savings bank acct was provided to me. I did an internet transfer to this UOB account as told. But they claimed the funds was not in. I called my bank & confirmed the funds is out frm my bank acct. They told me to send a screenshot of my bank acct. I'm careful to show them only the transactions Not my bank acct no. They provided me another bank acct, this time a Maybank account, and  asked me to deposit cash in it. I was frustrated. I told them I won't be paying them, but  they kept asking me to deposit cash now. I finally woke up & sensed something was not right. I called the bank & lucky for me, the previous UOB bank acct they provided was invalid acct & the funds have returned back to me. 

I sent an lengthy WhatsApp  message to Daniel and told him he was not the real person in what he wanted me to believe. 

By the way, more details on "Daniel": he claimed to be born in Beijing but after his parents passed away, he was raised by an Uncle in USA He was widowed with a 15 year-old son. He owns two house cost abt 350k and 450k each. He works in the marine line as engineerer, and earns a lot.   I have learnt alot from this experience and sincerely hope that others won't fall into the devious traps.

During my job search a woman contacted me and asked if I was interested in being a purchase Agent. She (Teri White) said they would use my credit cards during the "probation period". She offered a big salary and bonuses a laptop and cell phone. She gave me a bank account number and I was to pay off my credit cards with it and use those cards to buy with untell the full hire was complete. I varified that the card was paid down and now I was to buy . They gave exact instructions-iphones, tool. Then I shipped and advanced the TN. Each time the payment varified. Then the payments got reversed and I was left holding the bag.

I talked around and another guy lost $200K this same way and BofA is trying to prosecute him as if he was a part of the scam not a victim, a real nightmare.

On january 4, 2019, I saw a part time employment ad on gumtree for a flexible admin job which requires just surveying the supermarkets within 2km of your house residence. i was to be paid $28/hr, with a maximum commitment of 20 hours/ week. and so given that i lack the time but was in need of money, i applied.

I first got into contact with "arnold smith" who claims to be a human resource manager (, then got into contact with "erika andersen" (, the order support manager once i was "accepted". i also got into contact with "christian markovic" who claimed to be the hr director, asking for my bank details where you want the salary to be transferred.

I was four days into doing the "order reports" when they asked me to register in an e-currency website. that's when i started doubting their legitimacy, and started to search for derby f&b. to my horror, this company has been scamming people from different parts of the world, targeting people to be their money mules.

lesson learnt - Do not disclose your bank details and personal details even in an email interview. i had to quickly close down my bank account to prevent any criminal money from getting into my bank account.


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