Saturday, March 28, 2015

Oszustwa po chińsku

Oszustwa po chińsku

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Мошенничество с использованием компании из Польши

В Польше, как и в других странах, все записи о компаниях, так  юридических лицах (общества с ограниченной ответственностью), к и частных компаниях опубликованы в Интернете для публичного использования. Эти регистры включают в себя все элементы, которые в последнее время используются мошенниками. Им очень нравится продукты агропромышленного комплекса, особенно мясо. Таким образом, они используют экономические санкции, наложенные на Россию. Они предлагают российским компании доставку этих продуктов, например, бразильского мяса. Для этого, с одной стороны, они заменяют сайт существующей бразильской компании, занимающейся производством мяса, обеспечивают сайт всей информацией о компании, и т.д., но контакты такие как адрес электронной почты или номер телефона перенаправляются на мошенников. Затем они предлагают потенциальному клиенту доставки товаров от компании, которая "имеет соответствующие сертификаты для экспорта в Россию", и предают контактные данные компании. Конечно, доставка товаров требуется предоплаты в размере 30-70%  в соответствии с «выданной" польской компанией "счётом-проформа. Контрагент платит деньги на указанный счёт, якобы польской компании и с тех пор начинаются проблемы ...


Мой Кабинет работает последний раз в несколько подобных случаев. Мы предлагаем помощь для пострадавших компаний.

Fraud with the use of the company from Poland

In Poland, as in other countries, all the records of the companies, both legal (limited liability companies) and private companies are published online for the public use. These registers include all details, which are recently used by scammers. They like very much the agro industry - food, especially meat. Thus they use the economic sanctions imposed on Russia. They  offer to Russian companies a delivery of such products, for example Brazilian meat. For this purpose, on the one hand they replace a website of an existing Brazilian company dealing with meat production, provide contact details of the company, etc., but the contacts like e-mail address or phone number are redirected to the scammers. Next they offer to a potential customer a delivery of goods by a company that "has the appropriate certificates for export to Russia," and provide contact details of the a company. Of course, the delivery of goods requires a deposit of 30-70% in advance in accordance with issued by the  "Polish company" pro forma invoice. Counterparty pays the money to the specified account  of the allegedly Polish company and since then the problems begin ...


My Law Office operates last time in a few similar cases. We offer help for the victims companies.

Oszustwo na polską firmę


W Polsce, podobnie jak w innych krajach, ogólnodostępne są on-line wszelkie rejestry dotyczące firm, zarówno osób prawnych (spółek z o.o.), jak i firm prywatnych. Zawarte w nich są szczegółowe dane rejestrowe, które są ostatnio wykorzystywane nagminnie przez oszustów. Szczególnie upodobały sobie branżę rolno - spożywczą, a zwłaszcza mięsną. Wykorzystują w ten sposób sankcje gospodarcze nałożone na Rosję i oferują firmom rosyjskim dostawę np. brazylijskiego mięsa. W tym celu z jednej strony podstawiają stronę internetową istniejącej firmy brazylijskiej zajmującej się produkcja mięsną, podają dane adresowe tej firmy itp., ale w kontaktach podają już adres mailowy do siebie lub telefon z przekierowaniem na siebie. Następnie potencjalnemu klientowi oferują dostawę towaru przez firmę, która „ma stosowne certyfikaty na eksport do Rosji” i podają dane adresowe polskiej firmy. Oczywiście dostawa wymaga wpłaty 30-70% zaliczki zgodnie z wystawioną przez „polską firmę” fakturą proforma. Kontrahent wpłaca pieniądze na podane konto rzekomo polskiej firmy i od tego momentu zaczynają się problemy…

Kancelaria prowadzi w ostaniem czasie kilka podobnych spraw. Oferujemy pomoc dla poszkodowanych firm.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Breach of Contract scam using the name Masaru Osamu

Mail sent by Masuru <dblackwe@mail.umw.edu>; w imieniu; Masaru Osamu <masaru_osamu@outlook.com>


I wish to request for your legal services and possible representation on a legal matter involving failure to fulfill contractual obligations. Please do let me know if your office is currently accepting new clients.

Regards,
Masaru Osamu
Daisuke Holdings Ltd

Monday, September 29, 2014

Breach of Contract scam using the name Anthony Kawasaki

Scam sent to law firms by Anthony Kawasaki using the address: stevejoy@iprimus.com.au

Dear Counsel,
  
    I wish to inquire for your legal services and possible representation
on a legal matter involving failure to fulfill contractual obligations. Please
do let me know if your office is currently accepting new clients.

Regards,

Anthony Kawasaki

More info on: http://avoidaclaim.com/2014/commercial-debt-collection-scam-using-the-name-anthony-kawasaki/comment-page-1/#comment-320469

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

“Working together to beat fraud”

“Working together to beat fraud”
Fraud Conference – Wednesday 8th October – London update
 
A one day conference for those involved in fraud prevention and risk management in the payments industry this event on Wednesday 8th October is an addition to the successful annual Banking Fraud Conference held in spring each year. The event takes place at the Grange Hotel Tower Bridge.

Delegates will hear from top line speakers talking about ways in which the industry are cooperating to tackle fraud including: Jon Williams, Director of Strategic Development at Experian, Nick Sutton at MasterCard, Simon Gordon, Chairman at Facewatch, Charles Brookson chair of the security committee for the mobile phone companies GSMA, Jamie Byles, General Manager EMEA at Ethoca, Adrian Nish Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence at BAE Systems applied Intelligence, Vaughan Collie Partner at Accourt. 
 
Networking
The event will be followed by a payments industry networking evening free to the delegates and available to others to join at a special cost of £30 +VAT including drinks and canapés.
 
Programme
Full conference details at www.fraudconference.co.uk/agenda 
 
Training in Fraud Risk and Operational Risk
Expert training associated with the conference is available on the days before and after the conference – please see the website, plan your trip to add value accordingly and enjoy special discounts for combination bookings. Training is being offered in Fraud and Risk management by FICO and in Operational Risk by London Risk.

The conference sponsored by Ethoca – www.ethoca.com 




Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Fraud Conference 2014

Don’t Miss the Fraud Conference 2014
London - 8th and 9th April 2014

 
Conference Sponsors




This year's conference is just two weeks away with leading international speakers across banking, cards and payments. The presenters will be looking at the challenges of multi payment channels, ever diverse payment products, complex services and devices and how to tackle big data; what is the best way to fight fraud and protect your organisation and its customers… Ensure you don’t miss this key strategic update.
Visit the Fraud Conference web site for up to the minute agenda, confirmed speaker list and speakers' profiles: www.fraudconference.co.uk.
Mention seeing this promotion and quote ref: CCR for a £100 discount plus booking 2 or more people from the same business will save a further 10% on the total.
The speaker list includes the following:
  • HSBC - Senior Fraud Manager Alastair Sheen.
  • Peter Bayley - Head of Fraud at VISA Europe.
  • Mark Cobbett of The UK Cards Association
  • Mark Sullivan of Interac on the Canadian experience in managing fraud
  • Electronics security expert, Andrew Churchill.
  • Jackie Barwell of Retail Decisions.
  • Mark Pack of Blue Rubicon on social media and financial services.
  • Riten Gohil - CEO of Sphonic - new data sources.
  • Brian Kinch, Senior Manager of FICO.
  • Chris Jarman, CEO of Secure Electrans on POS innovations.
  • Tom Robins - COO of BIPB on data analytics.
  • Ron Atzmon - CEO AU10TIX - on identity verification.
  • Dan Solomon - Cyber Director at Optimal Risk on protecting against cyber crime.
  • Alice Tickle and Heidi Short of Eversheds with a legal update.
  • Jim Marsh - Senior Manager at WIPRO technology.
  • Kieran Hines – Senior Analyst at Datamonitor.
  • Andre Arink, Fraud Manager at Equens SE.
Conference sponsors include CA Technologies, Ethoca, BIPB, Protectoria AS, Facebanx, Vendorcom and Bandwidth...
Advance date for your diaries – 8th October – six monthly fraud update – one day seminar with speakers from Experian, MasterCard, FaceWatch and Ethoca more details soon.