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|Name||Mr. Barry Phillip ⇒|
|Email Address||Customer service Director ⇒|
|Alternate Email||Lilianah Bettencourt ⇒|
|Alternate Email||Mr Barry Phillip ⇒|
|Scam Websiteemail@example.com ⇒|
|Telephone||+44 7937629019 ⇒ Reverse Phone Lookup (by Spokeo|
I received an email saying Ms. Bettencourt wished to bestow a large amount of money. I was directed to contact Mr. Barry Phillip of Lloyds Bank Plc. I was told not to mention this to anyone. I was sent a form to fill out with all my personal details as well as wire a FEE dependent on the type of account I wished to open. When I asked if there was someone at the bank who could verify his id and employment, he said he would send me a copy of Mrs. Bettencourt expired passport as well as his "badge from Lloyds" He did send a copy of someone on a Lloyd's with the name of Barry Phillips on it. At this point I asked why there was a fee to open an account, there are no fees to open a bank account in the USA. When I began to really question things, he became a little mean with his directions. He changed from having my fees sent to Lloyd's to a lady in California. Her name was Bernadette Gaviola at "American Canyon" California. He said I had to wire the fees before he could forward the funds. I was already a little on edge but this really felt like theft to me. Needless to say I called the Lloy's bank and no one could assure me whether he was indeed an employee of Lloyds. Then I started research the web and found this page. I pray you find him. I have cancer and if we had gone through this it would cripple our savings. Please do what you can to catch this man, he is evil. He gave me a phone number that maybe you could do a reverse directory search and find him. The number is: 011(+44 7937629019)
I am sorry, I am not very good on the computer. I send emails and watch a little social media. If you give me an address, I could mail all the original emails that went back an forth. Just let me know who to send it to. "Attention" of ........I pray this person is caught and not allowed to do this to anyone else.
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Follow Ups/Extra Information
Details of Scam Report
|2016-02-03 18:03:21, |
I GOT SAME EMAIL FROM THIS SCAMMER.
YOU CAN SEND THE EMAIL TO : firstname.lastname@example.org
THEY WILL RESPOND AND LET YOU KN OW IF IT IS A SCAM.....
HERE IS WHAT I WAS SENT.:
Thank you for taking the time to alert us to the suspicious e-mail you have received; please delete it immediately without responding or clicking on any links.
Please note this is an automated response, therefore you will not receive a reply to your email, however any phishing related content will be investigated â€“ for any other general queries please visit our websiteâ€™s help section at http://www.lloydsbank.com/contact-us.asp?wt.ac=fascu1012
Regarding the suspicious email you received please donâ€™t be alarmed, these are often random attempts to collect your information and the best course of action in such situations is to delete the email without responding or accessing the links provided. We also recommend running an anti-malware scan to ensure your PC has not been infected.
If you are concerned that you may have divulged any details please contact us by following instructions found on our website http://www.lloydsbank.com/help-guidance/security/phishing.asp
If you receive any suspected phishing emails in future, please continue to forward them to us for investigation. This information will be used to help reduce fraud.
Thank you for your support and best regards
Important Security Information
We will never send you an email asking for your log on details, or direct you to a web page that asks for this information.
Visit our security pages at www.lloydsbank.com/security for more details.
Fraudsters may try to imitate our emails. If you receive an email that doesn't feature your name and the last four digits of your account number, then don't click on any links it may contain - please forward it to us immediately for investigation at email@example.com