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Unread post by Secret Agent Man » Wed Feb 20, 2019 6:10 pm

For further information on the Russian Oil Scam, please Read Russian Oil Scam Fraud, Identifying Scammmers and Scam Websites! and Never Wire Money to Strangers

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The Port of Rotterdam Cyber Security Centre posted details on the fake oil storage offers, Please Read... ... sh-version ... od-be-true

As an example of what you could be dealing with, here are West African scammers that has been identified as doing oil scams from Russia:

Richard Addo (2010 president of The National Union of Ghanaian Students in Russia - NUGS-Russia) and Stanley Uzeh

Mbega Steven Etienne, sentenced to 5 years in prison in Russia

Adeniyi Akinnuwa

Nelson Adesina Tosin and Olajumoke Mayaki

Alain Blaise Atah Tcheguie

Mbah Eugene Awah

Chukwunagorom Richard Chijioke

Dereak Graf Mela

Ilori Evans Johnson

Otuvie Otuojano Patrick

Momoh Jeffery Fidelis

Adebola Olayeye

Kingston Young/Obi

Details: List of Cameroon Scammers and
List of Nigerian Scammers (Russian Oil Scam)
OOO 'Bridge Terminal'
236028, Kaliningrad Oblast,
Shosse Mamonovskoye 15 km
Tel No: +7 499 341 4942,
+7 925 401 3917,
+1 832 604 5678 (Houston)
INN: 3907034399

Website claims “OOO 'Bridge Terminal' was registered on 14th February 2003, registered by INTER-REGIONAL INSPECTION OF THE FEDERAL TAX SERVICE № 1 IN KALININGRAD REGION.” yet Domain was not registered until April 2018?

The “Company Overview” which appears here:
Company Overview
The history of OOO Bridge Terminal goes back to the Oil Fleet Agency, which was established in 1923. In 1938, the agency was spun off into a separate state-owned company, called Bridge Terminal. Its mandate was to ship crude oil and oil products, primarily coming from the Baku oil fields, from the Caspian port of Astrakhan to Russia's industrial centers along the Volga and Kama. The service turned out to be highly important during the Second World War, when most of the railway lines connecting the Caucasus with Central Russia were cut by enemy action in 1942. Fifty-nine of the company's barges were sunk or damaged during the war, primarily by Luftwaffe's bombs and mines, with the loss of 123 sailors.
is copied from the Wikipedia entry on the now bankrupt company Volgotanker which appears here under “History”
org: Bridge-Terminal, LLC
registrar: REGRU-RU
created: 2018-04-01T16:00:55Z
paid-till: 2020-04-01T16:00:55Z
free-date: 2020-05-02
source: TCI

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