Itochu Corp LtdRep scam

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from [protected]@wideopenwest.com
reply-to mr.[protected]@yahoo.com.hk
date Thu, Dec 4, 2008
subject RE
mailed-by wideopenwest.com

Our company is in need of a representative, You will receive $4, 000.00 monthly salary. send me promptly by email, Names, Contact Address, Phone/Mobil Fax

Name: Mr. Eizo Kobayishi
E-mail:mr.[protected]@yahoo.com.hk
PRESIDENT-ITOCHU CORPORATION LTD.

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    BBOSAK2143 Nov 10, 2014

    This man is a real fraud. First he will call you by phone but always has a restricted phone number. He claims he is CEO and you need to open up a bank account so you can receive payments for Itochu Corporation. You then do this, a few times money is wired into your account which you then have to transfer to an employee in another country. You never get the promised 10% and lucky to get $20 per transaction. Eventually, this man claims more money will come in and you must open up another bank account. Next thing you know Itochu is trying to cash rubber checks. For me they paid one off and now have finally left me with 2 bank accounts shut down and $500 in the hole. Here is some proof here. People need to boycott buying products from Itochu until they investigate these crimes to prove they are not part of it. I firmly believe they are at this point, since all correspondence was labeled Itochu Corporation.

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