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Central Scrutinizer

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Fake check used in the Hino Motors scam format (Chris Taylor as scammer) Real Scammer: Kenneth Idumwonyi
http://antifraudintl.org/threads/shoji-kondo-hino-motors-ltd-japan.2037/
http://antifraudintl.org/threads/hino-motors-ltd-japan.7486/
http://antifraudintl.org/threads/tadaaki-jagawa-hino-motors-ltd-malaysia.19906/
http://antifraudintl.org/threads/anthony-abu-hino-motors-japan.27321/


So, math time.
You send 90% of this check, $80,775 to a scammer's buddy in Asia plus wire transfer fees.
You owe $89,750.12 to your bank plus returned check charges when the check bounces.
Add in an aggressive prosecutor who wants to put you in prison for passing a fake check
= ???

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Will Konsider

Emeritus
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This check was sent from Melbourne Florida and the only thing atypical about it is the routing, account and check number at the very bottom i.e. those numbers are usually in the order of routing then account and then check number. However, this is not a hard rule as I have seen real checks which vary in the order.

All other aspects of the check are valid e.g. there is an Irving Community Development Corp and that address is correct; the routing number is that of Bank Of The West and that address is correct.
 
Forged American Express Euro Traveller's Cheque.

Nice Micr numbers. Not!

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And the reverse with real Micr numbers, upside down across the top and a string of numbers on the bottom that mean nothing. Also spelling errors.

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