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The one condition was that a partial pre-payment was required.My friend took it upon himself to find the Facebook account of the blogger and wrote him personally about the offer.The person claiming to be him had co-opted his name simply for the recognition.Employment scams can be particularly brutal as they target vulnerable, desperate populations: the unemployed or those who live on the edge of job security, such as freelancers.A popular You Tube blogger was offering to make a film about his current work.Their channel had thousands of subscribers and millions of views, and the blogger was offering all this publicity for an incredibly low amount.
Global Reach Group is an FCA-regulated money transfer provider who is permitted to receive clients funds and transfer them to a third party.The blogger replied that he had no idea what he was talking about.It turned out he never did commercial video offers, and there was no buying access to subscribers.Oftentimes scam artists will use a familiar email address, such as one that might look like your boss’s or a friend’s.
They will ask for money to be urgently transferred, and the request will come with very specific instructions or emotional pleas.
Online money transfer scams are still a popular way for Internet criminals to extract money from unsuspecting individuals and corporations.