19 Fake shipping websites linked to Nigerian scammers

Scammers use these fake companies to "ship" and “store” your non-existent goods. Read Scam Websites, Never Wire Money to Strangers and How to Avoid a Non-Delivery Scam
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19 Fake shipping websites linked to Nigerian scammers

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Unread post by Secret Agent Man » Fri May 24, 2019 9:37 am

For further information on these Scams, please Read Identifying Scammers and Scam Websites! and Never Wire Money to Strangers! or click below on these images

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These fake shipping company websites work in conjunction with the fake websites claiming to sell internationally wholesale commodities such as beer, soft drinks and energy drinks, a4 paper, powdered milk and baby formula, even illegal drugs and prescription medicines, etc. which of course, do not exist. The fake shipping sites that “ship” these non-existent goods to you, are also scams from West African scammers mainly from Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana etc.., living in various countries, most having entered those countries using student or working visas.

Most non-delivery scammers request a “downpayment” for goods, usually via Western Union/MoneyGram or some other money transfer service or via bank to bank transfer and then simply never deliver the goods. Both of those methods of payment are irreversible and effectively untraceable even after the victim realizes he has been scammed. Some non-delivery scammers employ the use of fake shipping companies to attempt to extract even more money. They will pretend to ship your goods, sending you official looking manifests and invoices. However, they will claim that the goods are stuck in some port and require additional, unanticipated custom duties or fees. Of course, if you pay these, another “snafu” will develop and this will continue until your funds are exhausted or you realize you are being scammed. Any request for additional funds is a clear indication that you are dealing with a scammer.

Read Avoiding Non-Delivery Scams

Here are some scammers that have been formerly identified ==> List of Cameroon Scammers

The following are all fake shipping websites setup for scammers to be used with various 419 scams, advance fee frauds, lottery scams, job scams, non-delivery scams, money mule scams etc.., These sites have all been linked to Nigeria
The same Nigerian scammers also setup dozens of fake bank websites that are currently active impersonating banks from all over the world.

SCAM mansardexpress.com +1 (323) 409-0041 info@mansardexpress.com
SCAM mansarddelivery.com +1 (323) 409-0041 info@mansarddelivery.com
SCAM logicartexpress.com +1 (323) 409-0041 info@logicartexpress.com
SCAM airtrustexpress.com +1 (323) 409-0041 info@airtrustexpress.com
SCAM hiferkswift.com info@hiferkswift.com +1 (781) 656-7407
SCAM starlinedelivery.com +1 (415)-799-2760 info@starlinedelivery.com
SCAM flyseacourier.com +1 (415)-799-2760 info@flyseacourier.com
SCAM fastchainexpress.com +1(415)-799-2760 info@fastchainexpress.com
SCAM airloftexp.com +1 (213) 347 5592 info@airloftexp.com
SCAM mycountry-express.com +1 (206) 928 6256 support@mycountry-express.com
SCAM fastlinkweb.com +1 (206)-928-6256 info@fastlinkweb.com
SCAM united-delivery.com info@united-delivery.com
SCAM airtrustsecurityexpress.com +1 (857) 309-9762 info@airtrustsecurityexpress.com
SCAM servionexpress.com +1 (502) 388 3636 info@servionexpress.com
SCAM expressdlcc.com +971521364077-9 support@expressdlcc.com +9715213640
SCAM atlanticfreights.com freightexpressmailcourier@atlanticfreights.com +9715213640
SCAM summitelogistic.com admin@summitelogistic.com
SCAM comcastdelivery.com +1 (502) 388 3636 info@comcastdelivery.com
SCAM worldexpresspost.com +628673907789 info@worldexpresspost.com



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