410-469-1243

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  • 2 months ago

    Hay una persona que usurpó la identidad de un varón el que supuestamente se llama Dr. John Petterson Karlson y es propietario de este teléfono con cuenta instagram john.petterson1234 me intentó estafar vía online o también conocido como cybercrimen (estafa caliente). Su facebook fue cerrado por la compañía busca víctimas de otra latitudes Me envió un supuesto collar por barco, por el cual yo debía pagar 2.150 dólares por impuestos. afortunadamente me di cuenta por un error de el... Se le cruzaron las historias y me hablaba de un anillo. Seguramente a otra mujer le había regalado el anillo y perdió el hilo de mi historia. espero que encuentren a la banda organizada. estos datos alcancé a averiguar por mi cuenta... No se si serán verdaderos 410-469-1243 State: Maryland Rate Center: BALTIMORE City: Baltimore Halethorpe ocn: m071F clli: ARBTMDARDS0 Switch Name: ARBUTUS Prefix Type: CLEC Lata: 238 Company: VERIZON MARYLAND, INC. Usage: Landline Time Zone: Eastern (UTC-05:00) (1:42PM) @smartmart61 (cuenta instagram vinculada a una cuenta parecida a la de johnpetterson en instagram... existen varias) De: Melaha Cargo Express <[email protected]> Enviado: lunes, 10 de diciembre de 2018 15:40 Your package is ON HOLD in its destination country (CHILE) for customs clearance. You are required to pay the sum of $2150 USD duty fee to Attention ...............................,clear your package; once package is cleared, delivery will progress immediately to the your preferred address. Kindly get back to us promptly for the payment details. Thanks -- MELAHA CARGO (c) 2018 Mersin 10, Turkey Mamara Kutup Sok. Favor ocúpese del tema es muy delicado

  • 2 months ago

    https://www.instagram.com/john.petterson1234/ 6 publicaciones 44 seguidores 48 seguidos Dr John Petterson Karlsson [email protected] -Orthopedic surgeon -Live and be happy

  • 2 months ago

    410-469-1243 es un número de teléfono fijo operado por VERIZON MARYLAND, INC. Y está ubicado en la ciudad de Halethorpe en Maryland 410-469-1243 Hitoshi Jess**** - Roland Ave, Halethorpe, Maryland 410-469-7309, Hitoshi J**** - Charlcote Rd, Halethorpe, Maryland 410-469-1243 Adalina Juna - N Kenwood Ave, Baltimore, MD

  • 2 months ago

    410-469-1243 Codigo de AREA: 410 Prefijo: 469 País: Estados Unidos Provincia del estado: Maryland Condado: Baltimore Ciudad: Halethorpe Portador: VERIZON MARYLAND, INC. Tipo: Línea fija Formato internacional: +14104691243 Zona horaria: Este (UTC-05: 00) (2:51 PM)

  • 2 months ago

    Lizeth tenía 53 años cuando conoció por Tinder a este sujeto, un hombre de la misma edad que decía ser escocés. Trabajaba en la industria del petróleo, era viudo –su mujer había fallecido de cáncer– y tenía un niño de 5 años. La colombiana empezó a intercambiar mensajes con él. Al poco tiempo, este hombre le dijo que la amaba y que iba a viajar a Colombia para casarse con ella. Le indicó que por este motivo le mandaría un paquete con dinero para que organizara la boda. Todo iba bien hasta que Lizeth recibió una llamada de una supuesta empresa de envíos en la que le informaban que el paquete sobrepasaba el dinero en efectivo permitido y debía pagar una multa de 1.500 dólares. Él trató de convencerla de que pagara la multa; la chantajeó y reprendió con dureza en varias ocasiones. Ella nunca consignó el dinero. Primero porque no lo tenía, y segundo, porque su sobrina, Angie Peñaranda Rey, fue más lista que el: “Le pareció raro y se puso a investigar en internet, hasta que encontró una historia igualita y luego otra y otra más. Si hubiera tenido la plata, su tía la pagaba. Ella estaba muy ilusionada”, dijo la joven. El tipo desapareció de las redes y dejó de contestar los mensajes. “Ya tiene una foto nueva en WhatsApp que no coincide con la anterior”, cuenta Angie. El periódico El Tiempo contactó al malhechor para conocer su versión. Tras notificarle el motivo de la llamada y reconocer los hechos, dijo con total cinismo: “Sí, es verdad. ¿Y qué vas a hacer al respecto?”. Luego bloqueó las comunicaciones.

  • 2 months ago

    Es un estafador sentimental: "Parásito, manipulador y sin remordimientos"

  • 2 months ago

    Es un hombre manipulador, egocéntrico, narcisista y emocionalmente plano. No tienen remordimientos", es un delincuente,con claros rasgos "psicopáticos" con una "alta inteligencia social y de comunicación y percibe a los demás como si fueran elementos de quienes sacar un beneficio... Su mayor habilidad consiste en "enamorar a la victima en el menos tiempo posible... "Finge querer, pero es solo el personaje"... modus operandi. Identificó a la víctima a través de redes sociales después de analizarme en detalles, entabló dialogo conmigo, quería saber mis gustos y aficiones y tras la primera conversación desplegó todos sus encantos. "Se presenta como alguien perfecto, un personaje por el que sentir atracción. Empieza la fase de adulación". Poco después comenzó a exigir dinero por el pago de impuestos por un costoso regalo y de ahí en adelante comenzó a pedir las primeras cantidades.Las principales trabas judiciales es que ofrecen identidades falsas, de modo que las denuncias se interponen contra gente que no existe; facilitan domicilios falsos, por lo que nadie recibe las notificaciones judiciales; y también porque suelen llevarse consigo los dispositivos para borrar evidencias.

  • 2 months ago

    Ana dijo que Dr. John Petterson Karlson le endulzó el oído y se ilusionó. https://www.instagram.com/john.petterson1234 Orthopedic surgeon ¡¡¡CUIDADO ES UN ESTAFADOR!!!

  • 2 months ago

    Estafan en 5.000 euros a una mujer con el timo del 'novio americano' La familia de la víctima contactó con la Embajada de EE UU, que confirmó que el supuesto enamorado era una falsificación y recomendó que no enviasen dinero a esa persona

  • 2 months ago

    Amor online Cuando el ciber amor termina en estafa ESTE HOMBRE ME ESTAFÓ!!!!

  • 2 months ago

    Este teléfono es de red fija que es operada por un Hacker y estafador desde su computadora personal, su aplicación genera llamadas de teléfono, tiene instagram, whatsapp y mensajería de texto. ENAMORA A SUS VICTIMAS PARA TIMARLAS CON SUS CUENTAS BANCARIAS, USA EL CHANTAJE EMOCIONAL

  • 2 months ago

    Este hombre es un PELIGROSO ESTAFADOR CUENTA INSTAGRAM john.petterson1234 @john.petterson1234 6 publicaciones 44 seguidores 48 seguidos Dr John Petterson Karlsson [email protected] -Orthopedic surgeon -Live and be happy

  • 1 month ago

    [email protected] CORREO FALSO!!!

  • 1 month ago

    es un número de teléfono fijo operado por VERIZON MARYLAND, INC. Y está ubicado en la ciudad de Halethorpe en Maryland 410-469-1243 Hitoshi Jess**** - Roland Ave, Halethorpe, Maryland 410-469-7309, Hitoshi J**** - Charlcote Rd, Halethorpe, Maryland 410-469-1243 Adalina Juna - N Kenwood Ave, Baltimore, MD State: Maryland Rate Center: BALTIMORE City: Baltimore Halethorpe ocn: m071F clli: ARBTMDARDS0 Switch Name: ARBUTUS Prefix Type: CLEC Lata: 238 Company: VERIZON MARYLAND, INC. Usage: Landline Time Zone: Eastern (UTC-05:00) (1:42PM) Código postal:: 21229 BALTIMORE Query ID: 1553178820 ESTAFADOR

  • 1 month ago

    Este teléfono es de red fija que es operada por un Hacker y estafador desde su computadora personal, su aplicación genera llamadas de teléfono, tiene instagram, whatsapp y mensajería de texto. ENAMORA A SUS VÍCTIMAS PARA TIMARLAS CON SUS TARJETAS DE CRÉDITO

  • 1 month ago

    https://www.instagram.com/john.petterson1234 6 publicaciones 44 seguidores 49 seguidos Dr John Petterson Karlsson [email protected] FAKE EMAIL -Orthopedic surgeon -Live and be happy Melaha Cargo Express [email protected] https://apility.io/list/AA419-ORG-LATEST-DOMAINS/type/baddomain Artist Against 419 latest fraudulent domain blacklist They offer a complete database of fake bank entries and companies. Advance Fee Fraud has been around, in various forms, for centuries. The basic technique is to convince a victim that they are going to receive a large reward in return for little or no effort on their part. Once the victim is 'hooked', the fraudster(s) will gradually reveal various fees that must be paid before the victim can access the fortune that they believe is waiting for them. These fees may be in the form of bribes to officials, duties, taxes, account fees, etc. As each charge is paid by the gullible victim, a new fee arises. Naturally, there is never any reward, and this process continues until the victim realises what is happening, or simply runs out of money. In modern times this form of fraud has become a major 'industry' in Nigeria, so much so that it is now commonly referred to as 'Nigerian Fraud', even when perpetrated by citizens of other countries. Another common name is '419 fraud' after Section 419 of the Nigerian Penal code, the section that specifically prohibits this type of crime. Whereas they originally sent handwritten letters with forged postage stamps, they now make use of the Internet to reach their victims. This blacklist is composed of the most recently-caught content of the site aa419.org. We discourage any form of communication with these websites. If you chose to communicate with them you do so at your own risk.

  • 1 month ago

    https://www.instagram.com/john.petterson1234 6 publicaciones 44 seguidores 49 seguidos Dr John Petterson Karlsson [email protected] FAKE EMAIL -Orthopedic surgeon -Live and be happy Melaha Cargo Express [email protected] https://apility.io/list/AA419-ORG-LATEST-DOMAINS/type/baddomain Artist Against 419 latest fraudulent domain blacklist They offer a complete database of fake bank entries and companies. Advance Fee Fraud has been around, in various forms, for centuries. The basic technique is to convince a victim that they are going to receive a large reward in return for little or no effort on their part. Once the victim is 'hooked', the fraudster(s) will gradually reveal various fees that must be paid before the victim can access the fortune that they believe is waiting for them. These fees may be in the form of bribes to officials, duties, taxes, account fees, etc. As each charge is paid by the gullible victim, a new fee arises. Naturally, there is never any reward, and this process continues until the victim realises what is happening, or simply runs out of money. In modern times this form of fraud has become a major 'industry' in Nigeria, so much so that it is now commonly referred to as 'Nigerian Fraud', even when perpetrated by citizens of other countries. Another common name is '419 fraud' after Section 419 of the Nigerian Penal code, the section that specifically prohibits this type of crime. Whereas they originally sent handwritten letters with forged postage stamps, they now make use of the Internet to reach their victims. This blacklist is composed of the most recently-caught content of the site aa419.org. We discourage any form of communication with these websites. If you chose to communicate with them you do so at your own risk.

  • 1 month ago

    https://medium.com/s/world-wide-wtf/am-i-the-face-of-a-nigerian-online-romance-scammer-2278bcfd1da5 If it hasn’t happened already, it’s likely that each of us will be the mark of an attempted online scam of one kind or another. You may imagine some shadowy cabal of Nigerian gangsters targeting naïve senior citizens unschooled in internet security or anonymous-style hackers trolling for credit card information, and you probably wouldn’t be too far off. But what does it mean when the face on the other end of the scam looks a bit more familiar? What if it’s your own? That’s a question I was confronted with when I was contacted out of the blue by a recently divorced German woman on Facebook claiming to have been involved in a months-long burgeoning romance with a man she had never met. That man was me—sort of. Her broken English only served to heighten the sense of disconnect from reality as she explained the details of her affair: “normally it is not my way to contact an absolut strange man at facebook, but it might be, that this i want you to tell is a little bit interresting for you. first sorry, because of my bad english, but i am a german and not otfen using english words. so, now the little story i want you to tell. you are not really a stranger for me, okay only your fotos are not strange, because a few month ago i got a friendship request from a man at facebook. i was a little bit curious to know more about this man, he sent me some fotos, fotos from you. now, four month later i found out the real identity of the man showing at this fotos are you and i found out that the man, who uses your fotos is an nigerian scammer.” My initial reaction to reading this was one of bemusement. Naturally someone would use a photo of me in a situation like this, I thought. Aren’t I the handsome fellow? The role of the scammer in these ploys is to engender sympathy from the victim in order to convince them to send money. What better way to inspire sympathy than through personal guilt? But after going back and forth with the woman over Facebook, it occurred to me that maybe I was actually the mark of a meta-scam wherein the real scammer is falsely claiming to have been scammed by someone claiming to look like me in order to get the type of sympathy that these sorts of romance scams rely on. Although none of the internet security experts I asked had ever heard of that approach in particular, there was a perverted sort of logic to it. The role of the scammer in these ploys is to engender sympathy from the victim in order to convince them to send money. What better way to inspire sympathy than through personal guilt? After all, wasn’t it my fault in a way, for making this woman fall in love? This poor, heartbroken woman had convinced herself she was in love with a man who looked exactly like me. Did that implicate me in her predicament? It’s vanity, after all, that makes any of us susceptible to these crimes in the first place. What else besides that and loneliness would compel us to believe that someone across the world we’d never met would fall head over heels in love with us over email? Romance gambits are one of the fastest growing and, sadly, most effective scams on the internet, responsible for well over $50 million in losses in the United States alone in 2011 as reported to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center. And those are just the 5,663 crimes that were reported. The ensuing shame that can result from realizing you were a victim of such a crime or the stubbornly romantic nature of the broken-hearted dupes, ensures that many more instances go unreported. In other countries, like Australia, investigations have found some $10 million a month lost to online dating scammers. As the ICC explains, the nature of the scam preys on the loneliness of online singles, the majority of whom are over 40 and divorced or widowed, in order to lure them into a complicated scheme that begins with declarations of love but soon shifts to requests for money to overcome financial emergencies. It’s an offshoot of the classic Nigerian prince gambit, where many of these schemes are believed to originate from. Even the least internet savvy among us are wise to that unrealistic con by this point, but love — that greatest con of them all — seems to be too hard to resist. That’s what makes them particularly sinister. A 2012 University of Leicester study on the psychology of online romance scams points out “victims of the romance scam receive a ‘double hit’ from this crime: the loss of money as well as the loss of a relationship.” One of the easiest ways to affect this sort of scam has been through Facebook, where—despite constant reminders to the contrary—many of us still operate on an all-are-welcome approach when it comes to who we let into our social circles. Facebook issued a report in early 2018 noting it had disabled a combined 1.3 billion fake accounts in the previous two quarters, and the company has estimated that up to 4 percent of its monthly users are fake. That’s where my convoluted brush with this scam began, in a vertigo-inducing online fake-identity existential crisis. In my case, however, it wasn’t my information or identity that were being stolen in the traditional sense of the crime but rather were used, hypothetically, to steal others’ identities and money. I continued trading messages with her all the same, though, in a sort of perverse mirroring of her ordeal. Here I was confronted with evidence of my vanity at work. I was the equivalent of one of those bikini babes you see on fake Facebook profiles used to lure horny dudes to accept their friend requests. Then again, a really savvy criminal probably wouldn’t want to use the image of someone too good-looking—so, wait, does that mean I’m only average-looking after all? You can see how this has played havoc with my sense of self. Not anywhere near as much, however, as it did for her... https://www.instagram.com/john.petterson1234 For more like this subscribe to Luke O’Neil’s newsletter Welcome to Hell World.

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