New Scammers on the block

deecee

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Been contacted by Global Mergers Corp (Global Mergers Corporation) as a follow up to an earlier scam. They are now referring me to 'the regulators' in Japan, named Intercontinental Mergers & Acquisitions Agency (Welcome to the Intercontinental Mergers & Acquisitions Agency). Note anything similar between the two websites, or should I say any differences ? Both suspiciously similar in design. Both domain names only purchased this year and due to expire next year. Don't entertain them.
 
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member275544

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Been contacted by Global Mergers Corp (Global Mergers Corporation) as a follow up to an earlier scam. They are now referring me to 'the regulators' in Japan, named Intercontinental Mergers & Acquisitions Agency (Welcome to the Intercontinental Mergers & Acquisitions Agency). Note anything similar between the two websites, or should I say any differences ? Both suspiciously similar in design. Both domain names only purchased this year and due to expire next year. Don't entertain them.

what were they contacting you for if you mind me asking
 

Lightning McQueen

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Been contacted by Global Mergers Corp (Global Mergers Corporation) as a follow up to an earlier scam. They are now referring me to 'the regulators' in Japan, named Intercontinental Mergers & Acquisitions Agency (Welcome to the Intercontinental Mergers & Acquisitions Agency). Note anything similar between the two websites, or should I say any differences ? Both suspiciously similar in design. Both domain names only purchased this year and due to expire next year. Don't entertain them.

i'd say there is a high chance both sites owned/operated by same outfit. both sites use "robots.txt" to block web search spiders. both sites registration identity is hidden through PrivacyProtect.org, of nobby beach australia.

if you google interconma.org there's nothing, so obviously they're a total non-entity and not a real regulator of anything. if nothing else, the one thing that screams scam site straight away is their Unlicensed Company Check function, try putting any old nonsense in there and it'll always come with the same page result. eg hnshrtgaf46 got "The following companies match your search criteria" as will anything you type in, there's just one page, totally bogus.

google globalmergerscorp.com and all sorts of red flags appear, eg they are advanced fee scammers etc. but before the googling the big one is they say on their site they have been "m&a specialists since 1995" but unbelievably have only just this year decided to go online... what a bunch of muppets :LOL:
 
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rsh01

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when regulators are co-conspiring (not talking here) with dodgy 'legit' outfits is it any wonder we have so many scammers? i can see with everyone chasing fewer and fewer bucks (amongst the 99%), and those on the 'legit' side of the fence too busy kissing TBTF butt to care that being long scammers is a good bet.

i heard that you can invest in somali pirates, ex pirates wanting to put their feet up wld stick some of their illicit gains into upcoming operations - often they wld come back with nothing but occasionally wld hit the jackpot. happy days.

will there be a scammers index we can invest in? perhaps t2w can regulate them & create an exchange. pboyles cld be the PR director.
 
 
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