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    Default Warning all partners - false representation - scam attempt

    Hi guys,

    yet another scam attempt.

    watch out for this email ( in case you were already contacted please drop me a line at zuga @ latestcasinobonuses.com ) :

    Hi there,

    Our team is back in offices following what we considered a very successful

    event. We saw lots of old friends and made many new contacts. We are

    looking to start off June with a bang and are always looking for new and

    exciting brands to work with.


    Give me a ring or shoot me an email and let's get something going!

    --
    Best Regards,


    Jeremy Carnemolla

    Affiliate Advertising

    LatestCasinosBonuses.com
    Tel: +44 (0) 203 239 0452
    Skype: jeremyclcb
    Email: jeremy@latestcasinosbonuses.com

    .................................................. ...............................





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    Hi Affiliate managers,

    We have a bit more info on this scammer. They have managed to contact a lot of programs.

    Here are the banking details, company name seems to be Aegis Marketing LLC, 1100 S. Green Valley Pkwy Henderson, NV, 89012

    Payment Details
    Please note: All payments should be made in U.S. dollars. When payments are made by wire transfer, please include a $30 wire processing fee.
    Wire Routing Transit Number: 123000220 SWIFT Code: USBKUS44IM
    Bank Name: US BANCORP
    City, State: Henderson, NV
    Beneficiary Account Number: 153693771955
    Beneficiary Name: Aegis Marketing LLC

    If anyone has more info, please post it here.

    Thanks
    Last edited by melcb; 6 June 2012 at 12:42 pm. Reason: Add more info

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    Ive just learnt that one of our partners actually got scammed by this ****** ( pardon my French ).

    Please do your research before making any deals. Most of you know our contact details. In case you are not sure you can find all info here : http://www.latestcasinobonuses.com/contact/

    This is about us page, where you can find info on our staff members, including genuine emails for Josh, Mel ( our marketing mngr who's in charge of dealing with affiliates ) and Me.

    Also make sure to double check the urls and sender emails for any discrepancies.

    cheers
    Zuga
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    We now have a lot more information on this 'Jeremy' character from a victim.

    Aegis Consulting Inc / dba ACG Ltd.
    6220 Eldora
    Las Vegas, NV 89146 map
    Phone:
    (702) 556-8604

    ADDRESS:
    2505 Anthem Village Dr E-484
    Henderson, NV 89052-5505
    COUNTY: Clark

    The victim is in the process of trying to get the money back that that was stolen from him. He has been so kind to contact me and provide me with this info that could help prevent anyone else from possibly being conned.
    We at LCB appreciate his help.

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    This is terrible, thank you for letting us know.

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    If the address is valid I would consider contacting their local police department and write a letter to the receiving bank ,at the very minimum they bank can shut them down .

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