If you found this web page while searching for a specific Person then you are almost certainly dealing with an scammer. You better stop all communication immediately since this person is dangerous and will probably try to get you bankrupt within shortest time, if not even worse. By the way, the smarter the scammer, the longer he will wait before he begs you for money or something else.

Online Scammers like to “steal” and use the identities of real persons or companies, or abuse their email  addresses as their own sender-addresses, in order to appear more legitimate towards their victims and gain  their trust. I do not have any influence on that. Please understand that the rightful owners of abused names  or email addresses mentioned in my blog, are not connected with any unlawful activities of criminal email  scammers.

If you can, block the SCAMMER. You will live much safer with that.
If you need further help, get in touch.

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European Anti-fraud Office (OLAF)


European Comission

OLAF investigates fraud against the EU budget, corruption and serious misconduct within the European institutions, and develops anti-fraud policy for the European Commission

Languages: All EU member states languages

How to report to OLAF

You can contact us anonymously. There are no formalities. Just give as precise and detailed information as possible, including documents when available. You can communicate with OLAF in any of the 24 official EU languages.
It is possible to report as follows:

Online via the Fraud
Notification System
(anonymous, with secured
document transmission)
Go to Fraud Notification
(available in English, French,
German, Dutch)More about the Fraud
Notification System
Online via webform
(non-anonymous, ie.
name and email address
are required,
with no
possibility to transmit
documents)Go to webform
(available in all official EU
Report by post
European Commission
European Anti-Fraud Office
1049 Brussels

EU staff members reporting fraud
If you are an EU staff member you have an obligation to report possible cases of fraud, corruption, other illegal activity, or professional conduct which may constitute a serious failure to comply with the obligations of EU staff members.
You can either inform a member of management in your institution or OLAF about your suspicions. If you want to inform OLAF directly, please send us an e-mail.
For more information about the rights and obligations of whistleblower within the EU Institutions, please see Article 22a and 22b of the Staff Regulations.
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Federal-Bureau of Investigation
Internet Crime Complaint Center-(IC3)

 Report Threats and Crime
General Public

Members of the public can report violations of U.S. federal law or suspected terrorism or criminal activity as follows:

Law Enforcement – (Secure Portal Access)
Vetted members of law enforcement can report cyber or terrorist incidents through eGuardian on the Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP). -Access is restricted to authorized users.
FBI Industry Partners – (Secure Portal Access)
Trusted industry partners are able to submit information on cyber, criminal, and terrorist incidents through iGuardian via a secure portal.
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Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC)
Canadian-Anti-Fraud-CentreThe Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on such matters as mass marketing fraud (i.e.: telemarketing), advance fee fraud (i.e.: West African letters), Internet fraud and identification theft complaints.

How do I report spam?

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre advises consumers not to open unsolicited emails or when the sender is unknown. Spam and related violations (for example: phishing, malware, deceptive marketing, etc.) can be reported to the enforcement agencies (the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the Competition Bureau, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada) through the Spam Reporting Centre at .

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Metropolitan Police Service

Metropolitan-Police-Total-PolicingOnline Crime Reporting

Certain categories of crime or incidents committed in the Greater London area can now be reported over the internet, as long as an urgent response is not required.
Reporting fraud
In an emergency you should phone 999. You should use the 999 service to contact police when you need an immediate response – if a crime is happening now or if anyone is in immediate danger. The national local police number is now 101.
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  1. Zoe L. 22. January 2016 Reply

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