Discussion in 'Passports' started by Godzilla, Feb 8, 2007.
Scammer: Martin Benjamin or Benjamin Martin
it looks like the real thing how do know its fake
The numbers at the bottom are not real computer read numbers. The picture and the name may be stolen from a real victim. Scammers can use a stolen passport as a template. However, this scan of a passport is a complete fake.
Can anyone advise if this looks like a fake passport? Jan Cambier
The picture looks fake but the rest of the details check out ok , I think it is stolen, or the copy of a victims passport ?
Please can someone tell me if this is fake???
Please i need to know if this is a scam because is for an apartment in the hague (holland), and she said to send a deposit to [email@example.com] that is her lawyer in London!!!!
:welcome: Thank you for your post.
The email address given, if corrected to <firstname.lastname@example.org>, shows as being related to a known fake job scam on a website in the Czech Republic.
The picture is too small and the definition not good enough to see the details. Do you have a better resolution image?
If you have any emails, especially with headers, which you can post it would be very helpful.
This passport says USA, it is supposed to say the place of birth not country
Besides a dutchpassport requires that you see the ears of the person on the picture, so this picture would not be accepted
Johann van der Vaart, http://antifraudintl.org/threads/johann-van-der-vaart-netherlands.118730/
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