Logistics Position for Recap Distribution

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Somewhere in United States
2013-02-10 13:46:08
Job Scam
Logistics Position for Recap Distribution   
Antony Lundy
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Scam Website:

This is Antony Lundy from Recap Distribution (http://recapdist.com/).
I am responsible for your employment application. You got this
message as a reply to your interest in our job opportunity (Logistics

You can read more about our company on our website http://recapdist.com

The next step towards your future career with us is registering at the
user panel, located here (http://cp.recapdist.com/user/register.php).

Afterwards, our representative will review the information provided and
contact you in the nearest 3 business days by e-mail or by phone.

Please don\'t hesitate to contact me if you need any further
information about this position!


Antony Lundy
Recap Distribution

Then you receive your TASK. It may be through PayPal if you have a PayPal account. This TASK was to take the $6400 that an eBay buyer deposited into my PayPal account for the purchase of a Rolex watch. Then follow the instructions below.

Here are the transfer processing instructions for you:
1. Go to your local branch and withdraw the PayPal transfer $6223.
Both the PayPal fees and wire fees are paid by our company.
2. Take out $311. This is your 5% commission for processing.
3. You will need to process the rest of the money using bank wire from the Chase (!) bank to the following credentials.
Please, visit the nearest Chase branch: 3005 E Riggs Rd, Chandler, AZ 85249-5130 to complete the transfer.

Make sure to write all the data correctly. Double-check it, so there are no mistakes and therefore no delay in processing.
Credentials for the bank wire transfer:

Beneficiary’s bank: Alfa-Bank, 27, Kalanchevskaya, Moscow, Russia
Beneficiary Bank SWIFT: ALFARUMM
Account with correspondent bank: 04413603
Beneficiary\'s account: 40817840504360002638;
Beneficiary\'s name: Komaristov Dmitriy
Benificary address :Russia, Lubertsy, Kalinina 87-3

Correspondent bank of beneficiary’s bank: WELLS FARGO BANK N.A., New York, International Branch, 375 Park Ave, New York 10152, USA
Acc. With corresp Bank â„– : 2000193651652

You are sending the money to one of our local managers in CIS.
Please do specify that the receiver is known by you personally and also note that these funds are your own money.
Reason for this request is financial regulations in receiver’s country, so be serious and reply to teller’s questions very carefully because some answers could cause a significant delay for the wire to be sent and received.
Please, when done, provide me with a scanned copy of bank wire transaction. So we can provide this document to our managers.

All of this was a scam. The person who bought the watch cancelled the order because he did not receive the merchandize. He did not wait 10 days to cancel the order. He was in on the scam also.

I checked the name of the seller on eBay and they had good credentials. I did not think that it was a scam. The seller had sold many items since 2008. EBay was not interested in what I had to say or the paperwork or names I had to prove fraud.

PayPal is expecting me to pay the $6400 and is not even interested in hearing it was a scam. They do not care if it was fraud and they only want their money. Be very careful on who you trust and do not even trust your own judgment.
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