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Title: Scammer Alerted
Post by: ck77 on October 21, 2016, 08:56:14 AM
Opening this thread for alerting any scamming watch trade.

From Paneristi forum,

Hate to be the bearer of bad news especially for myself.
I was in discussions for a timepiece with Anton' at Gloria Fine Watches in Indonesia. I did all my reference checks and he was totally trustworthy etc
After the second email the genuine sellers email [email protected] was hacked and on the side of this email was a "tick" and a very similar email [email protected] that managed to divert all the email traffic to and from Anton and myself to the scammer. The scam email was hidden and if you have eye trouble like myself it is an easy trap to fall into.
All the important banking details and contact info from the genuine Anton were kept from me and replaced with the bogus accounts. The M£ucker kept me entertained with fake pictures and really impressive watch knowledge.
I sent funds $11550 to Bank of America in Phoenix to "James Williamson" account
Routing 122101706
Acct 457030805637
Swift BOFAUS3N
Address 4605 East Chandler Blvd
Phoenix AZ 85048
USA
I have reported this fraud to my bank but they have told me already that the funds have been cleaned out. Banks do not offer debit card customers any protection whatsoever even with the name of the scammer on the account. Everyone knows you need to declare social security card, passport, photo ID etc to open bank account!!! Does this apply in the US? Im sure? Where are our RIGHTS to prosecute these bas£ards????????? Do we have to rely on the authorities completely???
I have reported the scam to the FBI, Police over here in UK (actionfraud),Financial Ombudsman. Financial Commission and Yahoo moderator as well gmail. IP address in sunnyvale CA
I lost £9000 and im mad and i will make this my project in life to track the worthless piece of 'sh&t' down.
Just wanted to warn anyone out there to double check the emails and do not fall into the trap i fell into
Thanks for listening anyway and take care out there.
Regards Clive R Joel in UK
Title: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Dexter Morgan on September 18, 2017, 06:51:02 AM
http://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+16610-58725746.htm

This guy here going by the name of Mr.Ram been using a lot of other people's Rolex ads on mudah. Doesn't take cod. Please beware.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Everdying on September 18, 2017, 08:37:22 AM
this guy again.
as usual mudah sux.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: T816B on September 18, 2017, 09:52:21 AM
When it comes to online ads, always buy-the-seller. There are too many scammers out there, sometimes just beyond our imagination. One word of advice, if it is too good to be true, then don't take the risk. :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: HNaka7a on September 18, 2017, 12:57:02 PM
this guy been putting up lots of post. i reported a few of them and got them removed.

Mr.Ram = Raman Nadasan. not sure if he is stealing someone else's profile
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 18, 2017, 01:29:54 PM
or any other number that is from Nigeria.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Yoda on September 18, 2017, 06:02:46 PM
About 10 years ago saw one ad for sale in mudah for a land rover with much lower price. Contacted the seller. The seller politely said she drove the car to Vietnam for humantarian purpose and later decide to settle down there with the family and sell the car. If I want the car I need to pay for the carriage to bring back the car without seeing the car.

So i did not bite.

After several months she put up again now different car and different location, same story same contact.

I warned her but then dunno what happened later. I believe some used cars dealers got cheater.

They prey on human weakness, greed and ignorant.



Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Dexter Morgan on September 18, 2017, 07:08:00 PM
 :Scolding:
Here comes Mr.Ram again with a mint exp2 for sale
http://m.mudah.my/view?ad_id=58762434

What's dangerous here is that since he is copying the ad as it is, it sounded convincing
 :Laughing_on_floor:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: HNaka7a on September 18, 2017, 08:04:44 PM
funny how he mentioned COD only...  :-\
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Cocas on September 18, 2017, 09:20:43 PM
How come Mudah doing nothing to prevent the scammer? :Blue:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 19, 2017, 07:05:28 AM
perhaps he really does have this Rolex?

funny how he mentioned COD only...  :-\
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Cocas on September 19, 2017, 07:08:29 AM
perhaps he really does have this Rolex?

funny how he mentioned COD only...  :-\

After many times in cheating victims successfully?!? :Laughing_on_floor:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 19, 2017, 07:11:20 AM
I should contact him as ask to meet for COD at the local police station.

See what his response would be.

perhaps he really does have this Rolex?

funny how he mentioned COD only...  :-\

After many times in cheating victims successfully?!? :Laughing_on_floor:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: nuartogel on September 19, 2017, 07:13:35 AM
This idiot using my ad from this forum, then sell watches as if its his

Please shoot this scammer in the head please!

Wtf
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: HNaka7a on September 19, 2017, 07:20:17 AM
perhaps he really does have this Rolex?

funny how he mentioned COD only...  :-\

all of the watches that he posted are not his la.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: CKL1213 on September 19, 2017, 07:24:34 AM
anyone successfully counter scam the scammers ?

like making him an offer he can't resist and asking him to transfer some fund for you to make the clearance for banks.
Title: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 19, 2017, 07:51:14 AM
Mr Ram. Mobile number 014 9300739.

Just messaged him pretending to be a potential buyer. Let's see what happens.

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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: D'Andy on September 19, 2017, 08:26:42 AM
Lots of such fellas on Mudah, that's why I go with the buy-the-seller principle. I have also flipped some 60+ watches, so I have had seen some of these scammers too. Most of the time, they would go with the :

1) Overseas or outstation purchase and funds already transferred (with some kind of receipt), and need you to send over immediately due to (insert whatsoever reason here). Counter : Unless I am comfortable with the buyer (check out references, etc), I would wait until the funds clear before courier.

2) Offer was so good that seller wants you to pay a deposit or in full, prior to checking out the watch. Counter : Ask for the current time and date pictures of said watch. Normally, they would back off when you require so as they would only have a couple of pictures lifted off the Net.

3) Good price but only has watch, no box or papers. Counter : Ask to deal at the authorised SC for verification purposes at my own cost. They would back off if they have a fake on hand. Certain brands are easier to tell- for instance, Rolex and Omega would be pretty evident once the caseback was off, and there has not been a fake Ball with the real Ball-renown tritium tubes.

Wherever possible, I would prefer to deal by COD within KL area, or at my housing estate if it involves anything more than RM10k. The way I reason, my place was well-known for its security and the buyer/seller would have to register first at the guard house (so I could retrieve any such details if something went wrong) and the other party also know my address so they could see that I am a genuine party.

As for this Ram chap, he has been operating under various guises but same phone no. and used to sell Seiko watches on the cheap (you could expect no delivery after payment) before moving up to Rolex recently. Quite a known party if you go through the Seiko forum, but there are still people who would get conned by him.

Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: nuartogel on September 19, 2017, 09:02:23 AM
This dude has threatened me after i sounded him for using my ad from this forum

Nasty words coming from him. He also said something is coming my way, just wait and see

Im pretty sure he is browsing this thread as well, as we speak
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: HNaka7a on September 19, 2017, 09:05:06 AM
i'm sure. cause just a few minutes ago i got a weird message from some unknown number.

**disclaimer, no i did not call to kejut someone else's husband. I'm a straight guy. lol
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Olkuu0205 on September 19, 2017, 09:38:31 AM
Have a seller from sabah/Sarawak too also scam but the advertisement look very very true.. Becareful, the advertisement only have one watch photo and no leave any contact and only can chat through email by mudah. Once u ask more question and photo he will scold u directly and ask me to just bankin don't so many question. He say if many question just go buy with other... I still have keep all the email evidence in my mail box
Becareful guys
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Cocas on September 19, 2017, 09:52:05 AM
I went to the Mudah website and found out that all the low priced Rolex sellers are Mr. Ram :HammerHead:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Dexter Morgan on September 19, 2017, 11:41:59 AM
Here comes Mr.Ram again with a nice 14270 for 9k :HammerHead:
http://m.mudah.my/view?ad_id=58766849
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 19, 2017, 02:30:09 PM
Guess his SOP is RM1000  upfront payment before meeting up.

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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: asimo on September 19, 2017, 03:45:18 PM
I thought Mudah have a function for "reporting " any scam or fraudulent ads?


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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: KennyH on September 19, 2017, 03:50:18 PM
I did make a report to mudah one of it and was told that the suspicious ad has been removed.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: thickface on September 19, 2017, 03:52:37 PM
Walao got people still fall for this type of scam? sometimes buying an expensive seller is better than buying a cheap seller ;D
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: D'Andy on September 19, 2017, 04:20:12 PM
I did make a report to mudah one of it and was told that the suspicious ad has been removed.

Mudah can't afford to check through all the adverts to ensure the authenticity, although they could attempt to do so. I lost count of how many times pictures of watches in my blog were used by other sellers (genuine or otherwise) in their adverts. Tried reporting but it would just be re-inserted again. Then I started putting watermark on my pictures and I saw such action being stopped to a certain extent. Apparently, Mudah does not allow pictures with watermark to be featured in the adverts.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Cocas on September 19, 2017, 04:40:44 PM
I did make a report to mudah one of it and was told that the suspicious ad has been removed.

Mudah can't afford to check through all the adverts to ensure the authenticity, although they could attempt to do so. I lost count of how many times pictures of watches in my blog were used by other sellers (genuine or otherwise) in their adverts. Tried reporting but it would just be re-inserted again. Then I started putting watermark on my pictures and I saw such action being stopped to a certain extent. Apparently, Mudah does not allow pictures with watermark to be featured in the adverts.

Oic. That's why your watch photos always have the tiny mini wording. :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Dexter Morgan on September 19, 2017, 04:41:51 PM
Don't think it will help, tomorrow he's just gonna post a double red Sea dweller for rm18k with "only COD"  :Laughing_on_floor: :Laughing_on_floor:
Mudah just don't want to ban him for some reason.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Everdying on September 19, 2017, 05:31:37 PM
I did make a report to mudah one of it and was told that the suspicious ad has been removed.

Mudah can't afford to check through all the adverts to ensure the authenticity, although they could attempt to do so. I lost count of how many times pictures of watches in my blog were used by other sellers (genuine or otherwise) in their adverts. Tried reporting but it would just be re-inserted again. Then I started putting watermark on my pictures and I saw such action being stopped to a certain extent. Apparently, Mudah does not allow pictures with watermark to be featured in the adverts.

actually mudah can, just that they dont bother unless the complaint is from an official source such as microsoft reporting pirated software...this is as told to me from someone working in mudah.
as u say if they actually do not allow pics with watermarks, that would imply they actually take the time to check listings.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: D'Andy on September 20, 2017, 08:27:21 AM
I think that it was more like after I inserted the watermark (of my blog page), the scammers find that it was too evident so they would just pick an easier picture off the net. After all, there're loads out there.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: thickface on September 20, 2017, 08:31:40 AM
Sometimes I dont understand how mudah works. Got once, I posted a very old kancil for sale since my mum doesn't need it anymore. Then, mudah reported my post as too cheap. Yea maybe it's dirt cheap and much cheaper than other money sucking car agent since they jack up their prices. In the end, it got deleted.

Luckily I found a lot of interested buyers in carl#ist and sold to the first relative buyer. Not sure if it's related but sometimes I think the management need to set a stricter rules and regulations.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: dpkong on September 20, 2017, 10:23:44 PM
funny how he mentioned COD only...  :-\


Sellers can always post an item for sale as COD only. This would distract the ad checkers. When a potential buyer calls with interest, the seller will ask for a deposit to be bank-in before COD. He's not after 10,000 and he's happy with even 500.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: ck77 on September 21, 2017, 09:05:52 AM
Not only mudah, please be cautious when buying online.

My approach,
1. If its too good to be true, run!
2. Buy the seller
3. Always ask for more pictures, ensure he has the watch, i.e watch with today newspaper, set the time to 4.30 etc
4. COD
5. Only transact online if you willing to lose
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: CKL1213 on September 21, 2017, 09:12:22 AM
buying and selling in MWF is the safest
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: ck77 on September 21, 2017, 09:20:04 AM
buying and selling in MWF is the safest
Disclaimer:
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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: qazsiz on September 21, 2017, 10:43:48 AM
Not only mudah, please be cautious when buying online.

My approach,
1. If its too good to be true, run!
2. Buy the seller
3. Always ask for more pictures, ensure he has the watch, i.e watch with today newspaper, set the time to 4.30 etc
4. COD
5. Only transact online if you willing to lose


Sorry if it's a stupid question but why set the time to 4.30?
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: ck77 on September 21, 2017, 10:48:29 AM
Not only mudah, please be cautious when buying online.

My approach,
1. If its too good to be true, run!
2. Buy the seller
3. Always ask for more pictures, ensure he has the watch, i.e watch with today newspaper, set the time to 4.30 etc
4. COD
5. Only transact online if you willing to lose


Sorry if it's a stupid question but why set the time to 4.30?
Just random, you can request 10.10 1230 up to you.
Importantly is to show you he got the watch.


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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Dexter Morgan on September 21, 2017, 11:03:06 AM
I have some successes from mudah and buying online in general. I always ask alot of questions on the watch and in watch collecting in general, such as watch calibre, time keeping, general automatic watch and brand knowledge etc. What I'm always looking for a seller whom is also a watch collector or a watch enthusiast. I wouldn't buy from someone who knows nothing about what he or she is selling. I guess that would filter out some scammers or sellers of stolen goods etc.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Cocas on September 21, 2017, 11:26:46 AM
I never try eBay or Mudah.

I always purchase from Catawiki online. More than 10 times, I always can block the payment to the seller if I don't receive the item that I purchase by dropping the email to Catawiki Customer service.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 21, 2017, 12:14:27 PM
I never try eBay or Mudah.

I always purchase from Catawiki online. More than 10 times, I always can block the payment to the seller if I don't receive the item that I purchase by dropping the email to Catawiki Customer service.
They keep the money in escrow till you give them the okay to release?

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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Cocas on September 21, 2017, 12:43:22 PM
I never try eBay or Mudah.

I always purchase from Catawiki online. More than 10 times, I always can block the payment to the seller if I don't receive the item that I purchase by dropping the email to Catawiki Customer service.
They keep the money in escrow till you give them the okay to release?

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Yes, if you don't receive your item within 10 days, you just need to email CS to hold the payment till such time you receive your purchase. It also has the courier company parcel tracking information updates, so both parties cannot lie too.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: qazsiz on September 21, 2017, 01:50:00 PM
Not only mudah, please be cautious when buying online.

My approach,
1. If its too good to be true, run!
2. Buy the seller
3. Always ask for more pictures, ensure he has the watch, i.e watch with today newspaper, set the time to 4.30 etc
4. COD
5. Only transact online if you willing to lose


Sorry if it's a stupid question but why set the time to 4.30?
Just random, you can request 10.10 1230 up to you.
Importantly is to show you he got the watch.


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Ahh! Got it. Thanks. :Cheers:
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Dexter Morgan on September 24, 2017, 07:11:23 AM
Mr.Ram is back, this time with a Pepsi GMT. Please beware and help to report if possible.

http://m.mudah.my/view?ad_id=58923586
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Danielo on September 24, 2017, 08:26:08 AM
Mr.Ram is back, this time with a Pepsi GMT. Please beware and help to report if possible.

http://m.mudah.my/view?ad_id=58923586
How about this Lisa selling a Batman for RM10k.

http://m.mudah.my/view?ad_id=58621916

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Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: bloodlegion on September 25, 2017, 01:41:28 PM
Quote
Tried reporting but it would just be re-inserted again.
Tell me about it. These days I prefer to just sell on Mudah.
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: callmechung on September 25, 2017, 02:38:28 PM
 :thumbsup: thanks for the alert
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: dpkong on September 26, 2017, 08:29:07 PM
There are so many scammer it's not even funny anymore
Title: Re: Mudah scammer alert!
Post by: Everdying on September 27, 2017, 07:26:37 AM
Quote
Tried reporting but it would just be re-inserted again.
Tell me about it. These days I prefer to just sell on Mudah.

i'm confused as to how this makes sense?
Title: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Olkuu0205 on October 11, 2017, 03:44:12 PM
I warn him after I seeing this scammer use my info, but he trying to threaten me. Be careful guys! Now he block me. I believe he might use fake photo too. And always new account too I guess. (I will go do a police report!)

(http://i1181.photobucket.com/albums/x421/olkuu0205/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2017-10-11-17-13-58-36_zpsxozpmtc0.png) (http://s1181.photobucket.com/user/olkuu0205/media/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2017-10-11-17-13-58-36_zpsxozpmtc0.png.html)

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Title: Re: Mudah and FB scam!. The fellow Threaten me After I warn him (pls share)
Post by: r3kahsttub on October 11, 2017, 04:04:17 PM
The name strikes up a memory. I believe this character has had history before in the past. Try to Google his name. Make a police report, and contact his supposed place of work and lodge a complaint.
Title: Re: Mudah and FB scam!. The fellow Threaten me After I warn him (pls share)
Post by: r3kahsttub on October 11, 2017, 04:05:48 PM
Found this after a quick search.

http://scomapp.com/profile/seller/145
Title: Re: Mudah and FB scam!. The fellow Threaten me After I warn him (pls share)
Post by: Olkuu0205 on October 11, 2017, 04:06:02 PM
Yes correct,  is the ID Mr.Ram in mudah!
Title: Re: Mudah and FB scam!. The fellow Threaten me After I warn him (pls share)
Post by: r3kahsttub on October 11, 2017, 04:09:30 PM
If it is any consolation, the pictures look familiar so I believe it is still the same person. Make a police report and get his accounts frozen. Someone has to do it.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: r3kahsttub on October 12, 2017, 10:16:36 PM
All due respect, but I've also seen members in here making a sale using my picture(s). Also, similar scenarios on some other forums. Due diligence always advised.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: r3kahsttub on October 19, 2017, 09:25:48 AM
So it turns out my Pelagos pic was stolen (again) and listed on Mudah by this Ram character. Reported it and believe the ad has now been removed.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: wristlux on October 20, 2017, 08:22:04 PM
This guy is happily scamming in mudah. still alive & active. latest post on Seiko Turtle Padi Fullset
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: cklim on October 22, 2017, 08:49:35 AM
This guy is happily scamming in mudah. still alive & active. latest post on Seiko Turtle Padi Fullset
He is using my photos posted in MWF.
When i asked for details regarding the watch, this was the result (refer below):

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Danielo on October 22, 2017, 10:08:46 AM
Hasn't the police looked into this?
I mean hw can't possibly run away esp when he would have provided his full name and bank account number.

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Cocas on October 22, 2017, 11:21:56 AM
Will mudah.com take action if the above WhatsApp messages send to them?

Mudah.com should handle this case and block the scammer to continue using mudah.com as his platform to cheat not once not twice but continuously .... :Scolding:

Being a reputable dot com company, Mudah must have the social responsibility conscience and be courageous to block this con man!
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Danielo on October 22, 2017, 12:58:06 PM
This guy is happily scamming in mudah. still alive & active. latest post on Seiko Turtle Padi Fullset
He is using my photos posted in MWF.
When i asked for details regarding the watch, this was the result (refer below):

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His vocabulary definitely is limited. He know seems to know 'cina babi'. I mean in this day and age, it that supposed to be insulting?

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: cklim on October 23, 2017, 09:13:21 PM
This guy is happily scamming in mudah. still alive & active. latest post on Seiko Turtle Padi Fullset
He is using my photos posted in MWF.
When i asked for details regarding the watch, this was the result (refer below):

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His vocabulary definitely is limited. He know seems to know 'cina babi'. I mean in this day and age, it that supposed to be insulting?

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Looks like "cina babi" is the only word he knows... wonder what is he gonna say if I'm Indian or "Guai Lou"

Btw, i noticed all his ads in Mudah had dissappeared, perhaps Mudah had taken action?

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Kchuun on November 09, 2017, 05:15:53 PM
Guys what do u think about the below posts in Mudah, too good to be true?

https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+Date+116610LN+Black+Ceramic-58686710.htm

https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submarine+116610-60092255.htm

https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+116610LN-59135347.htm

https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+Date+Two+Tone+Black+Dial+116613LN-60267730.htm
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: akl on November 21, 2017, 12:06:25 PM
Got a friend who wanted to buy a Rolex Submariner from Mudah. Price of the watch was way below the market price. The buyer wanted RM1,000 as transportation fees to come to Kuala Lumpur. Advised the friend better not give.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: silkhannas on November 21, 2017, 10:35:32 PM
https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+16610+Fullset-60894423.htm


He's back at it again. There are two police reports against him already.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Danielo on November 25, 2017, 10:23:49 AM
https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+16610+Fullset-60894423.htm


He's back at it again. There are two police reports against him already.
Was gonna go further with the intent to buy that blue Samurai till I noticed who was selling it.

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: ck77 on November 25, 2017, 02:17:36 PM
https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+16610+Fullset-60894423.htm


He's back at it again. There are two police reports against him already.
Was gonna go further with the intent to buy that blue Samurai till I noticed who was selling it.

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Whoever the seller is, you knew that’s something wrong with that price offered.


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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: kobu on November 28, 2017, 07:02:53 AM
i noticed got a dedicated thread for him here
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4463996
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: bedazzle44 on January 09, 2018, 08:56:56 PM
The forum admin should ban him for humanity.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: nuartogel on January 10, 2018, 04:12:13 AM
This guy on a roll again. My ad again. Idiot

https://m.mudah.my/view?ad_id=62497172
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: downsouth on January 11, 2018, 12:25:25 PM
Buyer beware:

My friend was looking for an Omega Speedmaster The Legend Collection and we found a seller at Mudah.my

https://www.mudah.my/Omega+Speedmaster+Schumacher+LE-62121919.htm

(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180111/a150c33df0548de5bc9486b2dee6cf17.jpg)

The funny thing is even though it claimed to have a store in KK, there are no contact details (address nor phone). So we contacted it thru mudah asking for address and more details of the watch.

The seller then gave the address of a Hypermarket in Lahad Datu. I asked my associate near the area to check out the shop, which he could not find. Then my friend asked the seller to send a pick of the watch at a nine o'clock position.

And this is the watch at nine o'clock position. What a dumb con-man.  :HammerHead: :Laughing_on_floor:

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: thickface on January 17, 2018, 05:55:06 AM
Beware guys, today was scrolling around found out that Mr. Ravi/Scammer is using my sold seiko samurai blue lagoon pictures as his to scam.  :Mad:
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Danielo on February 06, 2018, 05:44:45 AM
Better you guys have a watermark on your pictures.

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: ash140397 on May 18, 2018, 02:24:11 AM
Hi Guys. Just posting some information. Me and a group of his victims are currently working together to try and find this individual. From our investigation so far, we've managed to discover that this is actually a syndicate headed by an individual named Raman A/L Nadasan. He has 2 known associates namely Ravi Chandran a/l Supraminiam, and Ravisandaran Govindan.

The details are as follows :-

Raman a/l Nadasan
631226-02-5819
No 148, Lorong 1 Jln Tun Abd Razak Johor Bahru.

Ravi Chandaran a/l Supramaniam
730801-07-5585
12P, Lorong bilibis 17, Taman bilibis Simpang Ampat, Pulau Pinang

For Ravidaran, his details are irrelevant as this particular individual will only lead us to a dead end. Progress can only be made through these two names headed by Raman a/l Nadasan. If you wish to join us in exposing and finding these individuals and get your money back,  reply this thread and i will put you into our group along with the others. We're making quick progress. I will also share the pictures of these individuals soon for recognition.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: Danielo on May 18, 2018, 07:44:19 AM
Great Stuff!

Keep us updated. :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: ebertho on June 22, 2018, 10:18:36 AM
Buyer beware:

My friend was looking for an Omega Speedmaster The Legend Collection and we found a seller at Mudah.my

https://www.mudah.my/Omega+Speedmaster+Schumacher+LE-62121919.htm

(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180111/a150c33df0548de5bc9486b2dee6cf17.jpg)

The funny thing is even though it claimed to have a store in KK, there are no contact details (address nor phone). So we contacted it thru mudah asking for address and more details of the watch.

The seller then gave the address of a Hypermarket in Lahad Datu. I asked my associate near the area to check out the shop, which he could not find. Then my friend asked the seller to send a pick of the watch at a nine o'clock position.

And this is the watch at nine o'clock position. What a dumb con-man.  :HammerHead: :Laughing_on_floor:

(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180111/c2153ac212e1caa251fae3c2b312405e.jpg)

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Just wondering if anyone has been scam by this seller GTK STORES?
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: ebertho on June 23, 2018, 12:55:15 PM
Hi Guys. Just posting some information. Me and a group of his victims are currently working together to try and find this individual. From our investigation so far, we've managed to discover that this is actually a syndicate headed by an individual named Raman A/L Nadasan. He has 2 known associates namely Ravi Chandran a/l Supraminiam, and Ravisandaran Govindan.

The details are as follows :-

Raman a/l Nadasan
631226-02-5819
No 148, Lorong 1 Jln Tun Abd Razak Johor Bahru.

Ravi Chandaran a/l Supramaniam
730801-07-5585
12P, Lorong bilibis 17, Taman bilibis Simpang Ampat, Pulau Pinang

For Ravidaran, his details are irrelevant as this particular individual will only lead us to a dead end. Progress can only be made through these two names headed by Raman a/l Nadasan. If you wish to join us in exposing and finding these individuals and get your money back,  reply this thread and i will put you into our group along with the others. We're making quick progress. I will also share the pictures of these individuals soon for recognition.

Err,..seems like you guys are carrying out own PI job ..but where are the police in this?
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: ash140397 on June 23, 2018, 04:05:56 PM
The police department have "bigger" issues to handle. Apparrently us commoners are not as important as some other individuals.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: KYtime on June 23, 2018, 08:10:20 PM
Very odd why Mudah still allows the scammer to post up his ads ?
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: wateveritis on July 28, 2018, 09:37:11 PM
Very odd why Mudah still allows the scammer to post up his ads ?

Mudah just can't scan through all the ads thoroughly. I guess everyone here can put in some tiny effort to prevent scammer from scamming people.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: irmavep23 on August 01, 2018, 12:07:08 PM
i never trust mudah always kena con
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: phantom99 on September 03, 2018, 11:48:35 AM
Beware guys! Same con men from GTK Stores are back disguising as "Unique Watches". Now they claimed to have a store in Kuching. The phone number is unreachable and the WhatsApp avatar is the same with the WhatsApp avatar of the people reported by downsouth. (https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180903/0e366d9540e05be6f60e294f8cdac87f.jpg)

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Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: dpkong on October 03, 2018, 10:17:15 PM

https://www.mudah.my/Rolex+Submariner+Stainless+Steel+116610LV-69641757.htm


cheapest ever
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: dpkong on October 04, 2018, 07:33:08 PM
https://www.mudah.my/Rolex-69673658.htm


looks fishy
Title: Plenty of Scammers in the Net
Post by: dcssb on November 08, 2018, 03:16:25 PM
I have found that there are many scammers in the Internet, especially in websites like Carousell.  The scammers in Carousell will tell you that they are interested to buy your products, but always ask to communicate using Whatsapp with a number starting with "011".  In the first time I was scammed, and communicated using Whatsapp, I was "threatened" to pay money to a bank account.  I reported that person to Carousell, but later found that Carousell account does not exist there anymore.  I also lodged a report to that Telco & Whatsapp.

If you decide to post any item/product for sale in Mudah, Carousell, Ebay, etc. suggest to not communicate using Whatsapp or to give your mobile number (if can avoid to do so), which you may get some phone calls or voicemails or SMS after that, saying that you may be charged with "corruption" from so-called "Police Dept." or "BNM", etc.

I am bringing this up here as a topic, in case you may get people who may be scammers to get money from you.  :(
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: diabloxster on December 10, 2018, 12:01:32 PM
Hi there, I would like to add to my experience. Still have not figured what they are doing, so anybody here who has knowledge please enlighten.

I run a natural product company with my wife and we have a Squarespace website with online store. Recently we received several emails from Europe, mainly Switzerland, Finland and Norway, through the online form on our site. The emails are inquiries about buying our products.

The first on, from Switzerland, asked whether we accpet credit card, I said yes as Squarespace accepts all credit, debit and paypal payments. I answered taht we do and if they have any problems using the online store do contact us. After that no order, no more inquiries.

The second one is from Norway and asked the same question AND then asked what credit card merchant we were using. I answered that Squarespace takes care of our payments and I do not know who they use, then added Squarespace's custoer service email and suggest she ask them. Yes all three emails are female with gmail and English sounding names.

The third one, all these mails came within a four day period, is from Finlabd with another gmail account and English female name. This time they said that they would like to arrange for a larger order and would like alternative payment and not Squarespace. She asked for a quotation and gave me a an address.

I thought about it and decided to play along, who knows, it may be a genuine buyer. I sent the quotation and at the same time checked the address on Google Maps. The location was a place in the middle of no where. Like the nearest city is 250 km away. Alarm bells started to ring!

Two days later Finland lady replied wanted to increase the order quantity, asked for a new quotation and gave instructions for me to contact, via email, her shipping company to arrange for payment and shipping. The email was from the domain @fastservice.com and when I checked, it came up as a phishing / scam email address.

I replied to lady about her location and the scam email and said that I would like to terminate contact and until now, one week later, no more emails from her.

So what is the deal here? Are they trying to phish for my details by sending an email to [email protected] .com or is it a more elaborate scam?

ANyway, just sharing. Thanks
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: nikdanny on February 28, 2019, 06:41:29 PM
Freakin scammer would text me everytime i posted a watch ad on Mudah! 2-3 scammers on 1 watch..#trolltime
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: dcssb on March 01, 2019, 05:42:31 AM
Yes, there are alot of scammers in Mudah... I did a few adverts there, and so many of the scammers send me messages to chat with them in whatsapp...  I asked them for details, and almost all of them either provide rubbish answers or no answers at all.
Title: Re: Scammer Alerted
Post by: gather12345 on March 03, 2019, 04:12:42 PM
Freakin scammer would text me everytime i posted a watch ad on Mudah! 2-3 scammers on 1 watch..#trolltime

Common nigerian scammer. Number starts with +214. I usually ignore them
Title: Scammer Alerted
Post by: scannee on October 08, 2019, 05:23:27 PM
Freakin scammer would text me everytime i posted a watch ad on Mudah! 2-3 scammers on 1 watch..#trolltime

The sad aspect is, this happens 90% of the time when actually trying to spend cash in this country.

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