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Some of the main Gold scams are: 1) The most common is sellers asking you to pay upfront costs for shipping of your Gold, Shipping is expensive and this can be many 1000's of dollars.

You will most likely receive your parcel but don't expect to find much Gold in it. I have known of this happening from 1kg up to a multi BILLION dollar deal. 2) Asking for a ticket to escort the Gold direct to you or for an agent to do so.

We had one recently where we signed contracts, told the shipment was in Dubai and they needed 00 to release the goods from customs. 3) Asking for a letter of introduction to business.

An advance-fee scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick.

We have had every gold scam tried on us time and time again.

We have lists and emails of 1000's of fraudulent companies and scammers, we couldnt hope to list them all here.

One of Willocks' former co-defendants, Sanjay Ashani Williams, was convicted after a trial in North Dakota in 2015 and sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for selling victim lead lists used in international cyber-fraud.

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Barnaby Milbourn, the Director, is a Level 4 trained Fraud Investigator Cert IFCI (Incident, Fraud & Claims Investigation) and Member of the Association of IFCI, as well as having 2 Degrees and a Masters in Engineering and Geology.They are Dahlia Elaine Hunter, Kimberly Carlo-Jean Hudson, Kazrae Gray, Dario Palmer aka 'Innocent Palmer', Jason Joseph Jahalal, O'Neil Brown, Alrick Mc Leod aka 'Birdman' or 'Z-Bird', and Xanu Ann Morgan.Lavrick Willocks is said to be the ringleader in the alleged scam that has bilked at least 90 mostly elderly US residents out of more than US.7 million.The number "419" refers to the section of the Nigerian Criminal Code dealing with fraud, the charges and penalties for offenders.In that con, businessmen were contacted by an individual allegedly trying to smuggle someone connected to a wealthy family out of a prison in Spain.

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