New free clothes for scammers in Vietnam.

Discussion in '419 means jail time' started by De Master Yoda, May 14, 2017.

  1. De Master Yoda

    De Master Yoda Administrator Staff Member

    We know that the scammers like flash cars and flash new clothes. Here you go you low life scammers, here is where you can get some trendy new stripped threads for free! Just ask arrested scammers
    Michael Ikeechukwu Leonard, 44, Ihugba Augustine Chinonso, 30 and Onu Chinonso Peter, 31 For details on how you too can get these stylish clothes for free! :LOL:

    The downcast upset looks are also free.

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  2. The Doctor

    The Doctor Administrator Staff Member

    Is there some sort of news story that goes with this?
     
  3. De Master Yoda

    De Master Yoda Administrator Staff Member

    Sure is, a bit old but interesting.
    http://tuoitrenews.vn/society/34134/seven-arrested-as-africanled-scam-ring-busted-in-vietnam

    Seven arrested as African-led scam ring busted in Vietnam

    TUOI TRE NEWS

    Updated : 04/06/2016 15:26 GMT + 7

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    Seven members of a ring that conned Vietnamese women out of a total of VND10 billion (US$448,000) have been arrested, Ho Chi Minh City police said Tuesday.

    The ring is led by two Nigerian nationals, Ihuba Augustine Chinonso and Onu Chinonso Perter, according to officers of the economic crime investigation division (PC46).

    The Africans have many Vietnamese accomplices, among them are Tran Viet Hung, 34, and his wife, Le Thi Mai Phuong, who live in the city’s District 12.

    To conduct their cons, Chinonso and Perter would create fake Facebook profiles using photos of attractive and successful men, wooing Vietnamese women to have relationships with them.

    The scammers later promised to send gifts to their ‘girlfriends,’ which would be delivered by no one other than Hung and Phuong, according to police.

    The ‘deliverymen’ would tell the victims that the gifts were held by customs upon arrival to Vietnam because they contained money inside, which is against the law.

    The Vietnamese women thus had to churn out their money to clear customs and pay fine to get the gifts delivered.

    The money conned from these victims have in fact been transferred to an African-led transnational fraud ring, and the group of Chinonso and Perter only received part of the sum as commissions, according to police’s file.

    PC46 said the recently busted ring is only one of among hundreds of fraudulent groups with similar model to steal money from others around the world. Many of such rings are also operating in Vietnam, according to officers.
     

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