April 15, 2016
There are many companies which are not giving proper services after taking service money from clients.
October 31, 2015
MILLER SARAH or Sarah Miller SCAM…
firstname.lastname@example.org skype sarah.miller703 STAY AWAY FROM THIS USER
Hi, Please read this if you don’t want to loose all your hard earned money to this person. This is all bases on my experience with contacting Sarah Miller. I first contacted Sarah as i was fed up of loosing on trading all of the time plus I was completely in debt so after reading here message on here i decide what have i got to loose. I emailed her and she soon replied asking me my financial situation so i told her. She then replies with an email telling me that she can make me rich in just 4 days trading on my behalf. (£20.000 richer in 4 days). I asked her what was the catch and she replied “no catch, all i ask is that you never forget about me”. (don’t worry i wont lol) I asked her why she would do this for people and she replied “i just like to make people happy”. Anyway moving on. Once you decide to take up her amazing offer she then tells you that she’s getting to work opening up an account with a broker for you and doing it all in my name. I think to my self what an amazing woman doing this for me. Next once its set up she then adds you on skype as its easier to chat with each other. Now the account is supposedly set up she needs you to deposit $250/£147 but not into the trading account but instead you need to send it to an agent using WESTERN UNION. So i did. Next she’s says to give her 4 days to build up the account so that’s what i did. After the four days she contacted me with a screeshot(possibly fake one) of the trading account balance that was now on $20000……. wow!!!!. She now tells you that your rich. I was so happy for all of 2 minutes.Next she says you need to make payment to her for £1000. I told her that i didn’t have that amount of money and that’s shed never mentioned this cost before. I asked what is the reason i need to send her money and she replied that its the cost of the software that allows her to win when trading for me. She then asks how much could i afford to pay, i said £200 is all i have so she excepts as a good will gesture. She then tells me to send money over again to a different agent again using WESTURN UNION SO STUPIDLY I DID. Next she then takes your bank details so that she can quickly send over your $20000 to you. Now comes the next part where she contacts me to say i need to send £1000 which is the cost of the transfer fee and this must be sent through WESTURN UNION again to an agent. Of course i cant pay that so she excepts £147 again as good will gesture(nice lady). She makes you feel like you must pay it straight away as money is held up at bank trying to be sent over. So again i pay it. Then after not receiving this money after a few days i contact Sarah to ask what’s going on and she replies that its held up at the bank still and i need to send one very last payment through WESTURN UNION again and then it will be sent instantly to me. She’s says that’s all that is stopping me from being $20000 richer. This time i must send £235 through WESTURN UNION and that will be the last payment ever needed. I agree to send it for 2 reasons. 1- ive gone this far and i could be $20000 richer, 2- Its the only way to tell if she’s genuine or if this is a scam. The next morning i wake to a message on skype saying that the payment had been sent(instantly) so i rush to log into my bank account to check my balance and surprise, surprise its not in there???. I quickly contacted Sarah and asked what’s going on and she replied that she had received a message from the bank and that she now needed another payment of 550 euros/£400 for a OTC fee to complete the transfer. She tells me i must send it straight away to her agent through WESTURN UNION and then i would receive the money. So that’s where i left it. Alarm bells where ringing but the thought of $20000 makes you do stupid things. So lesson learned after i sent over a total of £784 is that this is a clear SCAM. I have lost that money but at least i can help others from not falling into her trap.
October 31, 2015
this is how it works. You pay her
any amount £250 or more to Western Union to
fund a broker account. She sends a
fake screenshot of your account. She will
tell you no catches and at the end of
her trading week/Month she will pass over
all the username and passwords to the
broker account for you to make withdraw
and send over her share of the % she
asked for all out of the profits she made.
Anyway you will never get the
account username or password instead she will tell
you she can't trust you
enough to send over the details so instead she will ask
for some cash up front.
Don't do it. I sent over £200 and now she's demanding
more .Another £350 more
to get the details.. Then unless you send over more
money she will suddenly
stop answering your emails. She may even offer you a
refund which I said yes to
but of course she had no intensions of sending this
back to me. Another £450
lost to a heartless scammer. By the way she will try
to get you to buy the
software as well for another $550. Don't do it!
Betty will tell you she works
for a company called TAC (trading assistance calculator ) and that you need to
email them and tell them this…
I was referred by the membership name:
bettyrattenbury. Membership code: TAC7664. This is all part of the same scam.
This is actually Betty just using another email address. Once you send over
money you will never see your money again or the software and all communications
will then stop. This is all my own experience so I feel it that I owe it to warn
everyone on here to keep well clear.
Clear scam. You've been
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