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Then we needed to get sample. To do this we would have to pay a deposit. And this is where it got odd. Both Companies Northern Cape Guaranteed buy back etc etc . Seems like this has happened before.: 2015-09-07, Naomi Venter added: Scammer Information Name Edward Shamuyarira â‡’ Email Address email@example.com â‡’ Scam Website Shamva Mining Resources â‡’ Telephone +263 77 246 5175 â‡’ Reverse Phone Lookup (by Spokeo Fax +263-4 79 6081 â‡’ Details of Scam Report Bohrmann Diamond Stone Cutting Blades 100 blades per month Only one company in SA can supply, they want to pay once goods is inspected. Supplier is normally somewhere in Cape Province in SA and will deliver free of charge, but you have to pay a huge deposit Scam Email Subject: Request for quotation From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] sent: 07 September 2015 02:32 PM 2014-10-31, Anonymous added: Scammer Information Name Travis Dlamini â‡’ Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com â‡’ Scam Website za.berto-eng.com/ â‡’ Telephone (+27 61 734 6139 Cell: +27 78 884 8167) â‡’ Reverse Phone Lookup (by Spokeo Details of Scam Report We were approached by a reputable company to assist with a tender that they had received and were unable to assist due to company policy. It was from a "Zimbabwean mining company" that goes by the name of Mupawose Metal Resources, looking for a quotation on 3 specific items related to the mining industry. Mupawose Metal Resources supplied us with part numbers of the goods they needed. We Google'd these part numbers and one particular "supplier" that goes by the name of Bert Maybery & Sons popped up after searching each individual item. Going through their website, it looked legitimate. We requested prices on the requested items and within an hour we had a phone call from a "Travis Dlamini" : (+27 61 734 6139 Cell: +27 78 884 8167) and we received their quote shortly afterwards. We had requested prices from other suppliers, none of which were able to assist with the specified products, thus, we sent through our quotation based on the prices quoted from Bert Maybery & Sons. Shortly after submitting our quote we had a call from a "Stanley Mandaza" (' +263 (7) 7801 9035 / ' +263 (73) 533 4940) The Group Operations Director from Mupawose Metal Resources in Zimbabwe. We were told that our prices were within their budget and that a Vendor form be completed in order for a purchase order to be drawn up after approval. Two days later we received Mupawose's purchase order. However, they insisted on meeting with our supplier in South Africa in order to view the goods for inspection prior to making payment. We agreed and placed our purchase order for one of each item with Bert Maybery & Sons After lengthly negotiations, we agreed that we would take a sample of each to Zimbabwe for inspection and testing. Bert Maybery insisted that a deposit was needed to release the goods, prior to shipping the goods to our offices. So we paid via Credit Card through an eft transaction into an Absa Account and forwarded them the proof of payment. Bert Maybery promised to deliver by the Monday afternoon, but, since then have been unable to contact either them or the â€œclientâ€. Upon closer inspection of the emails from the two parties concerned, they were in fact identical in their layout, font etc. We have contacted both our bank and Absa Bank advising of the fraudulent activity, and are awaiting an outcome on the matter. We have also enlisted the services of a private investigator and have a case with the SAPS. - See more at: http://www.scamdex.com/ScamTipReports/18619#sthash.xJeJ8dPp.dpuf So we left it