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Unread postby Big Al » Thu Jan 23, 2020 12:10 am

Lloyds Bank Plc.
399 Oxford Street, Mayfair
London W1C 2BU
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 345 602 1997

Attention:

There is no information of you printed on the application letter forwarded by yourself.

We wait information as per proper approach for processing your Inheritance fund release.

Yours in service,

Dr. Gregory Speed

(Operations Manager)

Account Department Head

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seems scammed by UK Barrister Karl Berge

Unread postby jc3dcx » Sat Feb 01, 2020 10:32 am

I am posting in behalf of a family member.

They recieved a message about a late relative that were living in Europe (UK) and died without a will.

Long story short, they checked with family and indeed there were a relative that died in Europe and all seemed legit.

They paid R5000.00 and then R21 000.00 and then recieved this letter, asking for R39 000.00 becuase of a fine by the Bank of England.

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Other documents received since first contact. Sorry for poor quality, its screen grabs.

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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby firefly » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:34 pm

Thank you for sharing these details with us, jc3dcx. Can your relative forward to me the emails and documents received? My email address is below.

We strongly advise your relative to contact the police and file a complain about this fraud, asking for a case number. With that case number, your relative bank need to be also contacted, and your relative need to report for fraud the bank accounts used to receive the money paid during this fraud. Time is of importance - any delay will decrease the chances of recovering the lost amount, if any chance at all.
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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby Mkhizel1 » Mon Mar 02, 2020 10:53 pm

His new name is Karl kenneth belt
Working with a so cold operations manager Dr Gregory Speed, claiming hos from lloyds operations@mylloydsbk.com, using this email

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Text from the above:

Attorney Karl Belt
to me
23:10 View details

BELT LLP
30 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD
LONDON SE3 7BD
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
http:/ /www.beltllp.co.uk

Dear

I have received the Bank's letter and must say that I am extremely delighted to know that they have approved the funds release. This is the money that I have always prayed for and I am glad the claim has gone from uncertainty to confirmation. The Bank attached a funds transfer application form which you need to complete and return to them as soon as possible. The IBAN is not applicable to you so just leave It.

The Bank needs a copy of the Awarding Certificate of Inheritance Claim from Her Majesty's Crown Court and this document will be obtained by us paying 0.1% of the Inheritance sum (0.1% of £3.500.000.00) = £3.500.00 + VAT of 20% • £700.00 • £4200.00 (Approximately R80.000.00). This Is the total amount that needs to be paid at the Court in order to get the document.

Lloyds Bank also needs you to come to the UK In


Phone:
+442037691398
Number billable as geographic number
Country or destination United Kingdom
City or exchange location
Original network provider* DIDWW Ireland Limited
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Re: operations@mylloydsbk.com

Unread postby firefly » Sun Mar 15, 2020 2:32 pm

The real Lloyds Bank is a British financial institution founded in 1765.

The fake one was registered in October 2019 in South Africa.

The only content of the fake website shows:

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The domain name is used only for the email address, as in operations@mylloydsbk.com.

Entry in the aa419 Database of fraudulent websites: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=142595.

Domain Name: mylloydsbk.com
Updated Date: 2019-10-10
Creation Date: 2019-10-10
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2020-10-10
Registrar: ENOM, INC.

Registrant Name: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Registrant Organization: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Registrant Street: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Registrant Street:
Registrant City: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Registrant State/Province: Gauteng
Registrant Postal Code: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Registrant Country: ZA
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Re: beltllp.co.uk

Unread postby firefly » Sun Mar 15, 2020 2:34 pm

The fake website is a clone of bergellp.co.uk:

Belt LLP is a full service law firm with over 30 specialist solicitors and lawyers and a total staff of 70, based in London and Nicosia.
We provide a complete range of legal services for people who simply want to find a solicitor, and for corporate, commercial and public sector clients including Exxon Mobil, British Petroleum, The Bank of England, Cobalt Air and the Heathrow Airport .
Belt Solicitors was the first law firm in London to achieve ISO 9001 certification. We were also voted 3rd in 100 Best Companies to Work For Survey 2007 (the highest placed law firm in the history of the survey) and was most recently voted 'Enterprising Law Firm of the Year 20017'.


Contact details:

Belt LLP.
30 Shooters Hill road
London SE3 7BD
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
E-mail: info@beltllp.co.uk
Cyprus Correspondent Office.
Stasinos Building, 4th Floor
Nicosia 1060
Republic of Cyprus
Tel: +357 22 052 779
E-mail: cy@beltllp.co.uk


+442037691398 / +35722052779 - the same phone numbers were previously reported here while being used with bergellp.co.uk.

Entry in the aa419 Database of fraudulent websites: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=142596.

From the domain name registration:

Domain name:
beltllp.co.uk

Data validation:
Nominet was not able to match the registrant's name and/or address against a 3rd party source on 11-Feb-2020

Registrar:
eNom LLC

Relevant dates:
Registered on: 11-Feb-2020
Expiry date: 11-Feb-2021
Last updated: 11-Feb-2020

Registration status:
Registered until expiry date.

Name servers:
cdns1.hkdns.co.za

This is what the fake website looks like:

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karlberge20@outlook.com

Unread postby firefly » Sun Mar 15, 2020 2:52 pm

Someone else contacted us after receiving a text message saying that his late relative left him money. The sender claimed to be a lawyer willing to help the victim obtain those money for 50% of the funds. The same fake lawyer previously reported here changed his email address, while the rest of the story and the fake documents used are the same. The only difference is the family name of the "dead relative" tailored to fit the victim's family name.

The fraudster also changed the phone number:

+447937441602
Number billable as mobile number
Country or destination Jersey
Original network provider* JT (Jersey) Limited

Emails received:

From: Karl Berge <karlberge20@outlook.com>
Date: Wed, 04 Mar 2020
Subject: Dear xxx
To:


BERGE LLP
18-36 WELLINGTON STREET
LONDON SE18 6PF UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 793 744 1602

Dear xxx.

Thank you for your prompt response to my SMS. I would like you to
kindly read my introductory e-mail with patience. I am Attorney Karl
Berge, the legal assistant to late Engr. Rohi xxx hereinafter
referred to as My Client a South African who died 4 years ago from
a Heart Attack. I got your contact details after an exhaustive search
online for my client's relatives in order to retrieve the £3.5 Million
that he deposited with Lloyds Bank, UK before his untimely death.

I approach you on a personal conviction of trust, to partner with me
in receiving the money. As his attorney, I have all key documents
relating to the deposit and his death. The Bank has asked me to
present his relatives to claim the funds within 30 days or forfeit it
permanently in line with the laws of United Kingdom. My wish is for
this money to be invested in South Africa in areas that will create
jobs and be of benefit to the ordinary citizens. It could also be used
for live-changing charity works and our joint effort will ensure that.
By this letter, I request your consent to present you to the Lloyds
Bank as a close relation of my client, so that the funds can be
transferred directly to you. Once you receive the funds, you will use
50% of it for any charitable cause that you like, then keep 30% to
yourself and the remaining 20% will be transferred to me. I will
invest my share in a profitable venture in your country using your
guidance.

This claim is straightforward and will be carried out under proper
directives that will protect you from breaking any laws. I kindly
request you to keep details of my proposal confidential because of its
nature for total success. Further information about the process and
documents will be provided to you upon your reply. You may visit our
website above to lean more about our Law firm.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Berge
Principal Attorney, Berge LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Re: karlberge20@outlook.com

Unread postby firefly » Sun Mar 15, 2020 2:54 pm

From: Karl Berge <karlberge20@outlook.com>
Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2020
Subject: Cash Deposit Contract.
To:


BERGE LLP
18-36 WELLINGTON STREET
LONDON SE18 6PF
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 793 744 1602

Dear xxx.

I would like to thank you once more for writing me concerning my
proposal to you. I wish to explain further the steps involved in this
process and assure you that the funds will be transferred to you
within 14 days provided you follow my guidelines. The fund is
deposited with Lloyds Bank Plc. for over 5 years. All I need from you
is sincere cooperation and we will accomplish this in no time.

The first step now is for me to obtain the Letter of Administration
from Her Majesty's Crown Court here in England. A Letter of
Administration is a legal document that is issued by the Courts to
prove who has legal authority to deal with the Estate of the person
that has passed away without a Will. Once I obtain it, I will send it
to you alongside an application letter for inheritance claim which you
will have to print, sign and send to the Head of Operations of Lloyds
Bank so that they can start the fund release process. Upon their
receipt of the application letter, they will contact you to ascertain
your claims of relationship to the deceased and all you need to do is
forward their correspondence to me so that I can take care of it. I
will provide all the requested information. The bank will then go
through the submitted details and once they confirm them to be
accurate, an approval will be given for the funds to be released to
you.

I hope we have established a memorandum of understanding binding this
transaction as per the share ratio for the funds as it will be
disheartening if you default. Since this is a transaction of mutual
benefit, our mutual understanding, cooperation and effort is required
to ensure it's realization. I also need you to check your e-mails
regularly as this will help us to complete the transaction in a timely
manner. If you have any questions regarding the process, you can ask
me directly but I do wish to assure you that everything will run
smoothly.

Note: I obtained a copy of the Certificate of Death 2 years ago for
the purpose of this claim and have attached it to this e-mail
alongside the proof of fund deposit and work identity card for your
perusal. I will now wait for your response in order to proceed.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Berge
Principal Attorney, Berge LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby warchylde » Thu Mar 19, 2020 1:57 pm

Please note that I have submitted a take down notice on the website for fraud/scam

Reference
ISPA Take-Down Notice TDN.#3207

I have also reported the IP address to the hosting provider
Ticket number: 193464

I have requested that they escalate this through their fraud department to the South African Police Service (SAPS) for further investigations as well as maintain the integrity of the content of the site for digital forensics to be performed.

For future reference:
For any site in South Africa that is suspected of criminal activity you can request a take down by completing the following form.
https:/ /ispa.org.za/tdn/take-down-form/

The majority of hosting providers in South Africa conform with the ISPA regulations and will investigate any requests.
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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby firefly » Thu Mar 19, 2020 10:27 pm

Thank you for your help, warchylde.
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