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Name: Kelvin Fury


Email: Kelvin_Fury@yahoo.com


Address:
Syracuse NY


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Started emailing me from a dating site stating he was an wealthy Italian that moved to Syracuse NY 3 yrs ago. Went to Holland to track to containers for his shop in Syracuse. Containers were filled with gold diamonds, gems and antiques. He and his son Steven was in a car accident and passports were lost and he needed money to get new ones to get back to US and also needed money to secure his containers from Nigeria to NY port. Many love emails to me along with telephone calls. Long story/short after I lended him $8,800.00 I never heard back from him. Beware he is very believable. States his son's name is Steven and he is 13. He is 53 years old, birthday Dec 15th. Also involves people by the name of Georgina Cottingham, John Spencer, and the Nigeria Customs. States his shop name is Kelvin Golds Store at 2111 Grant Blvd. Number 858-672-9501 (address and number invalid) He also states both parents died when he was young. He has an acsent and IM everyday. number that appears on text message is 924-665-03 (what ever that means)


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2010-04-22, 00:58:29   (updated: )
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2011-11-03, 14:13:36
anonymous from United States  
This is a for sure scam. I have a friend who is being scammed by someone texting from this same number. He calls himself Mark Forest. He say's he's a German national currently from Indiana Stuck in Indonesia because his Visa expired and needed money to get it back. (we all know that would mean he would be deported not kept there....anyway), after my friend sent him over $5,000 to get him back to the states there were more excuses why he was still stuck over seas and the need for more money. His last story was that he was now in Washington State but needed bus fare to get back to Indiana. He says he's a high profile international car dealer but is always broke and needing money. We all know he's fake and a scammer becuse if he wasn't he wouldn't have to ask for money even one time let alone multiple times.
2012-04-10, 20:42:04
anonymous from United States  
By the way, he is using puppies now. I found an ad on a certain site so I responded to the post. The first guy was Mik Hason (still the same guy). Right off the bat I recognized that he was indeed a scammer. Then, my 2nd encounter was with Mack Tony (Same guy). This guy gave me a pretty good spiel about how great his puppies were but one he had one thing I noticed from the last guy. Crazy amounts of typing errors making it look like he just copy/pasted it onto the email. I'm pretty sure he's been using women's names as well because another thing I noticed was him saying 'ok' all the time. The supposedly legit courier service for the puppies called me up, and guess what? He had an accent and said 'ok' at the end of every sentence. The site that he sent me to try to prove that the courier service was real had a 'create a free web page' button on the last page.

I didn't actually get scammed out of anything but time. My son was really excited about the puppy too then this type of shit has to happen. Hopefully others read this post in case they run into the same situation.
2012-05-09, 10:53:56
anonymous from Portugal  
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I'm glad we have the technology these days, my mom found his add about a golden retriever in the name of Mik Hason, we live in Portugal and he said he would send the puppy for 100€, but he started sounding a bit fishy, looked him up on google and found this site, thanks so much for putting it up.
2014-04-25, 22:45:35   (updated: 2014-04-25, 22:48:40)
anonymous from New Zealand  
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I have just been contacted by this guy.. well the pic anyway.. on match.com... he says he's from Wellington New Zealand... no mention of puppies... just interested in contact... at this stage... but having been contacted by attempted scammers before, thought this pic way too cute to be true... and I told him so, but he still continued to message me...lol calls himself Robert!!


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