Email Scam: Mrs. Cassandra Chandler – FBI

Mrs. Cassandra Chandler - FBI
Mrs. Cassandra Chandler - FBI
Mrs. Cassandra Chandler – FBI

This is an email received about “Mrs. Cassandra Chandler Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)” is a phishing scam and why not try to contact these people or log onto these sites and enter your data because you risk being stolen.

 

 


 

Mrs. Cassandra Chandler Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Anti-Terrorist And Monetary Crime Division.
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
J.Edgar.Hoover Building Washington Dc

Dear Beneficiary,
Series of meetings have been held over the past 7 months with the secretary general of the United Nations Organization. This ended 3 days ago. It is obvious that you have not received your fund which is to the tune of $2,500,000.00 due to past corrupt Governmental Officials who almost held the fund to themselves for their selfish reason and some individuals who have taken advantage of your fund all in an attempt to swindle your fund which has led to so many losses from your end and unnecessary delay in the receipt of your fund.

The National Central Bureau of Interpol enhanced by the United Nations and Federal Bureau of Investigation have successfully passed a mandate to the current president of Nigeria his Excellency President Good luck Jonathan to boost the exercise of clearing all foreign debts owed to you and other individuals and organizations who have been found not to have receive their Contract Sum, Lottery/Gambling, Inheritance and the likes. Now how would you like to receive your payment? Because we have two method of payment which is by Cheque or by ATM card?
ATM Card: We will be issuing you a custom pin based ATM card which you will use to withdraw up to $3,000 per day from any ATM machine that has the Master Card Logo on it and the card have to be renewed in 3 years time which is 2017. Also with the ATM card you will be able to transfer your funds to your local bank account. The ATM card comes with a handbook or manual to enlighten you about how to use it. Even if you do not have a bank account.

Cheque: To be deposited in your bank for it to be cleared within three working days. Your payment would be sent to you via any of your preferred option and would be mailed to you via FedEx. Because we have signed a contract with FedEx which should expire by October 31st 2014 you will only need to pay $280 instead of $500 saving you $220 So if you pay before November 10th 2014 you save $220 Take note that anyone asking you for some kind of money above the usual fee is definitely a fraudsters and you will have to stop communication with every other person if you have been in contact with any. Also remember that all you will ever have to spend is $280 nothing more! Nothing less! And we guarantee the receipt of your fund to be successfully delivered to you within the next 24hrs after the receipt of payment has been confirmed.

Note: Everything has been taken care of by the Federal Government of Nigeria, the United Nation and also the FBI and including taxes, custom paper and clearance duty so all you will ever need to pay is $280.

 

DO NOT SEND MONEY TO ANYONE UNTIL YOU READ THIS: The actual fees for shipping your ATM card is $500 but because FedEx have temporarily discontinued the C.O.D which gives you the chance to pay when package is delivered for international shipping We had to sign contract with them for bulk shipping which makes the fees reduce from the actual fee of $500 to $280 nothing more and no hidden fees of any sort!

To effect the release of your fund valued at $2,500,000.00 you are advised to contact our correspondent in Africa the delivery officer Mr. Samuel Idowu with the information below,

Mr. Samuel Idowu
Email: drsamuelidowu@yahoo.com.hk

You are advised to contact him with the informations as stated below:

Your full Name…………
Your Address:…………..

Your Occupation……..

Your Age…………
Home/Cell Phone:…………..
Preferred Payment Method (ATM / Cashier Check)

Upon receipt of payment the delivery officer will ensure that your package is sent within 24 working hours. Because we are so sure of everything we are giving you a 100% money back guarantee if you do not receive payment/package within the next 24hrs after you have made the payment for shipping.

Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. Cassandra Chandler
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535

FBI
FBI

Note: Do disregard any email you get from any impostors or offices claiming to be in possession of your ATM CARD, you are hereby advice only to be in contact with Mr. Samuel Idowu of the ATM CARD CENTRE who is the rightful person to deal with in regards to your ATM CARD PAYMENT and forward any emails you get from impostors to this office so we could act upon and commence investigation.

Email Scam Example: Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

This is an email received about “Federal Reserve Bank of New York” is a phishing scam and why not try to contact these people or log onto these sites and enter your data because you risk being stolen.

Letter About “Federal Reserve Bank of New York” From Scammer:

Atten:Beneficiary!!Payment Notification of Your $22.5m inf

Head Office
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Atten:Beneficiary,

We apologies for the delay of your payment and all the inconveniences we might put you through, while we were having some minor problems with our payment system which in all case not meeting up with fund beneficiary payments, we apologies once again.

From the records of outstanding contractors due for payment with federal Government of U.S.A your name was discovered as next on the list out of the 11 outstanding contractors who have not yet received their payments during the 3 years tenure of the previous administration in office please bear with us for making this initial contact through email. Meanwhile, a woman came to this bank a few days ago with a letter claiming to be your true representative and is willing to pay $95 the wire/transfer charge to have the fund delivered to her. Here is her information’s below.

Name: Mrs.Annette stillman
Bank name: Citibank , Arizona , USA .
Account Number: 6503809008
Routing number: 322271627
Swift code#:WMSBUS66
Address: 1723 Palmdale Bulv
Palmdale ca..93550

Please do reconfirm to this bank as a matter of urgency if this woman is from you or not so that the federal government will not beheld responsible for paying into wrong account, if this woman is not your representative, you requested to fill and send this information’s for verification purpose so that your fund valued ($22.5m usd) will be remitted in to your nominated bank account.

Kindly reconfirm to the bank the following

1. Bank Name:
2. Bank account number:
3. Route number:
4. Swift code:
5. Bank name:
6. Company name:
7. Position:
8. Address:
9. Working Id/ int’l Passport
10. Age:
11. Your telephone number

Secondly,the only money you pay for the transfer to take place is just $95 being the approval payment certification from the government and you are  giving a limited time to send the payment and please be advise that you are to send the payment to American Embassy office in Nigeria .Do contact us immediately,for the payment details.

As soon as the Payment information is received, your funds will be wired to your bank account directly from Federal Reserve Bank New York USA,We shall proceed to issue all payments details to the said Mrs. Annette Stillman if we do not hear from you within the next three working days from today. We are sorry for any inconvenience the delay in transferring of your fund must have caused you.

Awaiting your urgent response.

Janet L. Yellen
Chairman Board of Governors,
Federal Reserve Bank

 

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Federal Reserve Bank

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to:
date:Sat, Oct 31, 2015 at 7:49 AM
subject:Atten:Beneficiary!!Payment Notification of Your $22.5m inf

Email Scam: Mr. William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve Bank New York USA)

Mr. William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve Bank New York USA)

This is an email received about “Mr. William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve Bank New York USA)” is a phishing scam and why not try to contact these people or log onto these sites and enter your data because you risk being stolen.

Here Can See How Is Mr.William C. Dudley

Mr. William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve Bank New York USA)
Mr. William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve Bank New York USA)

President
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

William C. Dudley took office on January 27, 2009, as the tenth president and chief executive officer of the Second District Federal Reserve Bank, at New York. In that capacity, he serves as the vice chairman and a permanent member of the Federal Open Market Committee, the group responsible for formulating the nation’s monetary policy.

Prior to being named president and chief executive officer, Mr. Dudley had been executive vice president of the Markets Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he also managed the System Open Market Account for the Federal Open Market Committee. The Markets Group oversees domestic open market and foreign exchange trading operations and the provisions of account services to foreign central banks.

Prior to joining the Bank in 2007, Mr. Dudley was a partner and managing director at Goldman, Sachs & Company and served as the firm’s chief U.S. economist for a decade. Earlier in his career at Goldman Sachs, he had a variety of roles including a period when he was responsible for the firm’s foreign exchange forecasts. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs in 1986, he was a vice president at the former Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. Mr. Dudley was an economist at the Federal Reserve Board from 1981 to 1983.

He was a member of the Technical Consultants Group to the Congressional Budget Office from 1999 to 2005.

Mr. Dudley received his doctorate in economics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1982 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from New College, Sarasota, Florida in 1974.

Letter From Mr. William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve Bank New York USA)  Scam

Headquarters: New York, NY, United States of America
Founded: 1914, New York City, New York, United States
ADDRESS: 33 Liberty St New York , NY 10045-0001

From the desk of Mr William C.Dudley

We apologies for the delay of your payment and all the inconveniences we might put you through, while we were having some minor problems with our payment system which in all case not meeting up with fund beneficiary payments, we apologies once again.

From the records of outstanding contractors due for payment with federal Government of U.S.A your name was discovered as next on the list out of the 11 outstanding contractors who have not yet received their payments during the 3 years tenure of the previous administration in office please bear with us for making this initial contact through email. Meanwhile, a woman came to this bank a few days ago with a letter claiming to be your true representative and is willing to pay $1000 the wire/transfer charge of $1000 to have the fund delivered to her. Here is her information’s below.

Name: Mrs. Annette Stillman
Bank name: Citibank , Arizona , USA .
Account Number: 6503809008
Routing number: 322271627
Swift code#:WMSBUS66
Address: 1723 Palmdale Bulv
Palmdale ca..93550

Please do reconfirm to this bank as a matter of urgency if this woman is from you or not so that the federal government will not beheld responsible for paying into wrong account, if this woman is not your representative, you requested to fill and send this information’s for verification purpose so that your fund valued ($4.700, 000.00 usd) will be remitted in to your nominated bank account.

Kindly reconfirm to the bank the following

1. Bank Name:
2. Bank account number:
3. Route number:
4. Swift code:
5. Bank name:
6. Company name:
7. Position:
8. Address:
9. Working Id/ int’l Passport
10. Age:
11. Your telephone number

As soon as this information is received, your funds will be wired to your bank account directly from Federal Reserve Bank New York USA . We shall proceed to issue all payments details to the said Mrs. Annette Stillman if we do not hear from you within the next three working days from today. We are sorry for any inconvenience the delay in transferring of your fund must have caused you.

You alerted reply urgent

sincerely.
Mr. William C. Dudley
Director Federal Reserve Bank
33 Liberty St New York , NY 10045-0001

Email Scam Examples: BMW Lottery Department

BMW Lottery Department: Email Scam Examples

This is an email received about “BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT” is a phishing scam and why not try to contact these people or log onto these sites and enter your data because you risk being stolen.




Letter :

BMW Lottery Department: Email Scam Examples
BMW Lottery Department: Email Scam Examples

BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT
5070 WILSHIRE BLVD
LOS ANGELES. CA 90036
NEIGHORHOOD: MID WILSHIRE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
EMAIL: michaelfennell@qq.com

Dear Winner

This is to inform you that you have been selected for a prize of a brand new 2015 Model BMW Hydrogen 7 Series Car, a Check of $850,000.00 USD from the international balloting programs held on the 1st section of the 2015 annual award promo in the UNITED STATE OF AMERICA.

The selection process was carried out through a random computerized email selection system (ESS) from a database of over 250,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world, which your email address was selected.

The BMW Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR). To begin the processing of your

prize claim, You are to contact our fiduciary claim department for more information as regards to the procedures on  the claim of your prize.

Name: Mr. Michael Fennell
Email: michaelfennell@qq.com

Contact him by providing him with your secret pin code Number BMW:2541256004/25. You are also advised to provide him with the under listed information as soon as possible:

1. Name In Full :
2. Residential Address :
3. Nationality :
4. Age :
5. Occupation :
6. Direct Phone :
7. Present Country :
8. Email address :
9. pin code Number BMW:2541256004/25

 

MRS Rachael Adams.

THE DIRECTOR PROMOTIONS
BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

DOC Feck From BMW Lottery Department:

BMW Lottery Department: Email Scam Examples
BMW Lottery Department: Email Scam Examples

Second Letter From Fake BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT

BMW LOTTERY DEPARTMENT
5070 WILSHIRE BLVD
LOS ANGELES. CA 90036
NEIGHORHOOD: MID WILSHIRE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Email: stevenwangfang6505@gmail.com
Telephone +1408 659 7995

Dear Gladis Rubio . Your mail is quite noted,it hurt me so bad that you fell in the hands of the wrong ones in the past,it is quite obvious that those are the illegal people that are impersonating the department and the BMW. serious investigation is all around to apprehend those illegal people.

Please forward to me all the email of those people that scam you of your money,they must be apprehended

I must be honest to you that time is seriously against your transaction and at this moment,the International finance department is complaining that your $1.500,000.00 USD funds is causing huge congestion and it may likely be confiscated any moment from now if you do not act very fast to claim it,i advise you to proceed right now to do the needful.

The essence of the Insurance and Vat document is because when your check and car get to the Airport,the Customs department will demand for the Insurance and Vat document before they will allow your check and car pass through the airport.

Without the Insurance and Vat document,they will not allow your check and car pass through the airport.

It is obvious that you vehemently did not want to follow up issues concerning your $1.500,000.00 USD Check and BMW 7 Series Car otherwise you would have responded to the fee required.

As advised I am of the opinion that your funds should be confiscated and forwarded to Government purse therefore I am using this medium as a final means of notification and warning.

Please feel free as you are secured as far as this transaction is concerned.

I know you are some way skeptical about this transaction,i am telling you not to have doubt about this,out of many bad ones,there is still few good ones,i am standing on my words today that you are dealing with the right transaction.

I am too religious and legitimate to rip off my fellow human,i was raised legally,so i can not do anything to deceive you because it is against the law’s of financial department and the BMW Group.

To be candid with you,i want you to understand clearly that as far as i am concerned you have nothing to risk about regarding this transaction.

I can not be here wasting my time or yours if this is not true,i am too legal for that,you have absolutely nothing to worry about.

I will equally take some step further to assist allay your fears that you have nothing to fear,obviously scam exist but this is not one of them,take my words,which is my bond and honor.

Don’t be deceive by anybody,if this is not real,i wouldn’t have be here emailing you.

You have everything to loose if you close your eyes to let this Golden opportunity pass you by because you are the rightful owner of the $1,500,000.00 USD certified check and your brand new 7 series BMW car.

Following the trends of events concerning the upheavals facing the payment of your transaction, it is crystal clear that you are the stumbling block against yourself therefore the BMW Department will not be liable to any confiscated benefit if you refuse to adhere to our advise.

If anything goes wrong which i doubt to a Great Extent,i will set everything possible to refund all your money to you but i am assuring you that Nothing will go wrong.

Be rest assured that you will have nothing to regret in regards sending the $320, the $320 is the only amount of money that you will send and if anything goes wrong which i doubt to a great extent,i will file up a process for your $320 to be refund back to you,but i strongly assured you nothing will go wrong.

Below is the payment information that you will use to send the required fee to Colorado which is the Administrative Department through MoneyGram and Western Union.

Receiver Name..James Mallory dediare
Address..6830 Mableton parkway se Mableton GA 30126
Text Question..Favor Color
Text Answer..Blue

This company declined reverse payment for these charges, stating that it is against their professional policy towards ensuring the safe delivery of the $1.500,000.00 USD international certified check and your brand new 7 series BMW car.

Your are also required to reconfirm to us the below information to avoid wrong delivery.

Your full name::
Direct delivery address::
Direct telephone number::

Send your response to indicate your option and also the payment for the insurance and vat.

 

Be cheerful as you will Not Regret Knowing me

I look forward to your response

Yours Sincerely.
Mr. Steven Wang Fang
Fiduciary Agent.
Verification/Logistic Department
The BMW, North America LLC.
California Field Office.

Note. It’s important that you keep your winnings very confidential as we have received several bogus emails from persons using winner’s identity to press for claims. We have paid several impostor’s who successfully present themselves as winners probably because they have winner’s information and identity. It’s important you

I have been contacted to claim a prize with the BMW and $ 1,500,000 and it is perfectly a fraud, so I sent them the emails I received with the relevant information, I hope they can put a stop to these scammers

Riceve From Gladis Rubio Report: Thanks!

Scam Email: Curtis Butler

Scammer

My mom was the recipient of an attempted scam – luckily she asked for my help in processing a credit card and so I was able to stop it before she actually lost any real money!

Curtis Butler was the name used in these scam – 2 different email addresses
(see below)

Here is the original email:

Received: by 10.96.25.9 with HTTP; Fri, 25 Jul 2014 16:14:48 -0700 (PDT)
Reply-To: curbutler@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2014 00:14:48 +0100
Subject: Order enquiry
From: Curtis BUTLER [pete11cooper@gmail.com]

Hello,
I am emailing to inquire about availability of artwork for sale in
your gallery, if you can ship international and also if you are able
to process Electronically Visa and Master Card Number/Expiry date/Cvv
as payment. Let me know so that i can communicate with you on the
artworks that interest me,you can also indicate to me which of the
arts are sold and which are available on your website.
I will be looking forward to reading from you.
Sincerely

Curtis Butler

During their conversations he also changed his email address (my mom
didn’t even notice because GMail just showed his name) – here is a
follow up email:

Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2014 10:31:08 +0100
Subject: Re: Order enquiry
From: Curtis Butler [curbutler@gmail.com>]

Hello,
Good to hear from you,
Below are the artworks that interest me so i want you to get back to
me with the cost price of each so that i can give you the  payment

[name of each piece]

I want you to get back to me with the cost of  the above so that you
can have the payment .
I will be looking forward to hear from you asap.
Thanks
>
> On Jul 25, 2014, at 6:14 PM, Curtis BUTLER [pete11cooper@gmail.com] wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>> I am emailing to inquire about availability of artwork for sale in
>> your gallery, if you can ship international and also if you are able
>> to process Electronically Visa and Master Card Number/Expiry date/Cvv
>> as payment. Let me know so that i can communicate with you on the
>> artworks that interest me,you can also indicate to me which of the
>> arts are sold and which are available on your website.
>> I will be looking forward to reading from you.
>> Sincerely
>>
>> Curtis Butler
>>
>

Scam Email: Max Gardner

Scammer

Dear Kathleen,

This is the first email from a series from this person.
It is definitely a scam.
Please post his name on your site.
Any further advice for how I can report this, etc… would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Max Gardner [maxgardner402@yahoo.com]
> Subject: artwork
> Date: September 3, 2013 4:13:18 AM EDT
> Reply-To: Max Gardner [maxgardner402@yahoo.com]>
> Hello,
>
> My name is Max Gardner.  I found your profile on the internet. I am interested in purchasing an artwork from you for the decoration of my guest room at my new residence in Munich, Germany. Would appreciate if you can send me few pictures of the works you have available for sale so that I can make an easy choice of mine. Better still, send me a web link where I can have a view of your recent works.
>
> I look forward to read back from you.
> Thanks.
> Max.

Scam Email: Don Fisher

Scammer

On Jul 19, 2013, at 5:30 PM, Don Fisher wrote:

Hello,

These  particular artwork of yours that you have for sale, is it still available and detailed price.
Don.

From: Don Fisher [bestofdonfisher@gmail.com]
Date: July 20, 2013 2:45:51 AM PDT
Subject: Re: Payment……………….

Hello,

Thanks for your prompt reply.

Unfortunately, Im on my way to Mexico on an official trip(I’m a marketing Executive) and wont be back for another two weeks, I would have come to inspect the piece personally. Im taking your word for true on It though.

I’m okay with the price $2,000, I think it worth it anyway. If you’d like to know, Im relocating to the South Africa soon and I’m trying to gather some good stuff for my new abode. Im buying yours amongst others,quickly! before someone else grabs it.So, I’ll arrange to send you payment ASAP.

However, I’ll have to notify my shipper who’s helping me move my stuff to get set for the pickup of the piece from your place as I MIGHT be delayed depending on how things goes.
Thanks,

PS: In the mean time, kindly get back to me with your Full Name,Contact Address and also your phone# so I can get a check prepared and have it sent out to you ASAP.

Don.

Scam Email: Cindy Dickson

Scammer

It’s when scammers make lame mistakes that most people get suspicious that the purchase is not actually for real. This scammer using this fake name made several mistakes, but the obvious one that tipped the scales for the artist was saying they do not use PayPal. Then the artist got suspicious. But some scammer say they use PayPal and then send a faked payment confirmation email  hoping the artist will not manually check their account before wiring money to a non-existent shipper. So be careful. And google things that don’t make sense.

On Aug 1, 2013, at 5:58 PM, Cindy Dickson [cindy.dicksonshop@gmail.com] wrote:

Good Day,

I am Cindy Dickson from Norway, I want to informed you that your items are most creative & desirable, so much talent! I am interested in purchasing some of your unique items to my shop in Norway,but before i do i want to inform if i can make the payment with my credit card because presently my best form of payment is via credit card,that is where i put all my money for any international transaction.So kindly reconfirm your website/contact details and get back to me with it so as to know if I’m right with the site.

Concerning the shipment,my shipping company will be coming to pickup the items because i already have some merchandise with them in which they will be shipping together to me here in Norway.So you don’t need to be worried about the shipment nor handling fee.

Cindy-Za-Dicksonshop
Niels Juels gate 43
0257 Oslo,
Norway.
phone: + 47 20 13 31 00
fax:   + 47 23 28 49 51
Email: cindy.dicksonshop@gmail.com

Best Regard,
Cindy Dickson.

second email:

On Aug 2, 2013, at 12:14 PM, Cindy Dickson [cindy.dicksonshop@gmail.com] wrote:

Hello Carmen,

Thanks for getting back to me with a feedback,So below here is what i need.

[Name of Painting]
Qty….1  $3000

[Name of Painting]
Qty….1 $3800

[Name of Painting]
Qty….1 $1800

[Name of Painting]
Qty….1 $3200

[Name of Painting]
Qty….$700

Please kindly calculate the total cost of the items,so that you can get the order processed for me.i will email you my Credit Card account information for the payment of the order.

Concerning the shipment, i will be having my shipping agent coming to pickup the order directly from you because i already have some large merchandise with them in which after picking up the items they will then deliver it to me here in Norway.So i want you to get back to me with the size and weight items.

Regards,
Cindy Dickson.

third email:

On Aug 7, 2013, at 2:03 AM, Cindy Dickson [cindy.dicksonshop@gmail.com] wrote:

Hello Carmen,

Thanks for getting back to me with the total, i will like to know cost of each one of the listed work i’ve selected.

Regards,
Cindy Dickson.

fourth email:

On Aug 8, 2013, at 8:49 AM, Cindy Dickson [cindy.dicksonshop@gmail.com] wrote:

Carmen,

Concerning the payment,i will like to inform you that i DON’T use Pay pal for payment,so it will be best if you can look for a  colleague that has manual terminal charging machine so as to  assist you in charging my credit card details.If it’s okay by  you kindly get back  to me so as to know if i will be proceeding with the order or not.

Thanks,
Cindy.

Scam Email: Steve Wood

scammer

Yup, Tom – it’s a scam. Delete it and do not respond.

Hi Kathleen,

Its been 2 years since my last email about the scam I was in the middle of – and got out of with your help. I received another email yesterday from ‘Steve Wood’. The punctuation in his message is strange, and he only
answered one of two questions I first asked him, in his response. He didn’t tell me how he ran across my work:

*I want to have the beautiful painting (“name here”) purchased immediately for my wife as a gift for our anniversary.I’m presently on deployment in Afghanistan,so i have limited access to communication,i will only be able to respond through email at the moment. I would have personally appreciate to have it purchased in person and to meet with you could have also been a great privilege The price is totally acceptable by me $2,000  i’m sure its framed? i will authorized a check payment to you immediately i can get hold of your information,and i want it to be delivered as a surprise to our new home.Please consider the beautiful piece of the artwork sold to me.

However,you don’t have to worry about shipment,my shipper will handle it.I’ll notify my shipping agent who’s moving my belongings from our old home in Florida to get ready for the pickup of the artwork from your
address. I will appreciate if you can forward to me your Full details,(which you want the check payable to ) such as your Full name,contact address and mobile number.The payment will be sent to the address provided,i will not want any delay due to my inability to access to easy communication.I expect your prompt response.Thank you
Best Regards*

I’m not going to respond as I think its a scam. Two years ago, the other scammer spoke in an inflated way about my work, was unavailable to talk by phone, was ‘in transition’ between homes, has a ‘shipper’ who would handle delivery, and asking me for too much info… (who asks for a mobile number?). And the interest sounds ‘urgent’ and he doesn’t want ‘any delay’.

Your thoughts?

thanks, Tom

Scam Email: Greg Hembree

scammer

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This was an obvious miss on the scammer’s part but they could care less – they play a numbers game. They send out thousands of these emails seeking that small percentage that reply so that they can funnel those people closer to the heart of the scam – stealing their money by pretending to overpay and asking the “extra” be sent via wire (either back to them or to some non-existent shipper).

Heartbreaking and annoying for this husband, though.

Hey Kathleen….my name is Craig. My late wife was a very accomplished artist before cancer took her at a young age. This person below is clearly a scammer. He emailed her account. It’s clearly a scam. I did not email back. Thanks for your blog post on the topic of scammers. Feel free to add this scum bag to your list.
Thanks…you have a great site and blog….
Craig 

Sent from my iPad
> On Oct 14, 2015, at 5:43 PM, Greg Hembree [greghembree01111@gmail.com] wrote:
>
> Hello,
>  I actually observed my wife has been viewing your website (piece in subject field above) on my laptop and i guess she likes that piece, I must also say you are doing a great job. I would like to know what inspired that work. I am very much interested in the purchase to surprise my wife. Kindly confirm the availability for immediate sales.
>
>  Peace and blessings,
>  Greg

Scam Email: James Chavez

scammer

type=”html”>Yes, even someone who hosts a blog and Facebook page about scammers, warning people how not to fall victim, receives these stupid emails as well.

To entertain myself, I removed the name of my art piece from the subject line and replied and asked which piece they were interested in. Now they won’t be able to match what they said before. They may decide who cares and just pick another piece and see if I fall for it. Obviously I won’t.

So I wonder to myself – are we all getting smarter? Are we googling names and emails before we send anyone money for any reason (particularly when WE are the seller!)? Are we making the scammer’s life a harder one?

While I ponder this, here is the email I just received:

From: james chavez (jameschavez@gmail.com)
Subject: [Name of Piece] 

Greetings!
My name is James chavaz from south carolina. I actually observed my wife
has been viewing your website on my laptop and i guess she likes your piece
of work, I’m also impressed and amazed to have seen your various works too,
: )  You are doing a great job. I would like to receive further information
about your piece of work and what inspires you.

I am very much interested in the purchase of the piece (in subject field
above) to surprise my wife. Kindly confirm the availability for immediate
sales.
Thanks and best regards,
James.

In so many ways these emails haven’t change over the years. Lately, it’s a little less about them moving to some obscure country or that they are out of the country on “assignment” but you’ll always know it’s a scam if they overpay the amount (saying some scenario about a shipper) and ask the “difference” be sent via wire transfer. Your transferred money will be good but their money will be a counterfeit check or stolen credit card. That’s the crux of the scam. They could care less about your art and they disappear with your money long before it even gets to the shipping stage.

So never accept over-payments, no matter what and NEVER ever ever wire money to anyone when you are the seller. No matter what their story is.

‘Nuff said.

Scam Email: Paul Newman

scammer

type=”html”>The use of a famous name like Paul Newman doesn’t make this any less of a scam.

Kathleen, Thank you for your post about scammers trying to buy artwork. I have received an email before from someone saying that they were in the process of moving from California to Africa and listed several piece of art work that they wanted to purchase. The way it was worded from the beginning made me question it. However, recently got another email that I think should be added to your list.

[mailto:paulnewman946@gmail.com]  “do you still have this artwork for sale? (a specific piece was mentioned). I responded, “Hi Paul. I do still have this piece. Feel free to give me a call. (Telephone number included). Thank you for your interest in my work. Laura.

He responded, “Thanks for the message, I am very happy to know that the item is available for sale. i must tell you that my wife  browse through the net and saw your artwork (  Title of Artwork 24″ x 36” Acrylic on Canvas $300) now, and we are very much interested in the immediate purchase because we need it for our new apartment,we will like to  buy it before someone else requested for it, and I know this is worth more than the price, So i agree your selling offer I agree that After payment clears, Then shipping agent will do the pick up of it and collection at your location. I will be paying through a Certified Bank Check so once you have it clear and you have your funds at hand the shipping agent will be coming to pick it up. Here is the information needed, Kindly Text me Your,

Full Name:

Home Address
Cell phone number
total cost
kindly get back to me So that i can proceed with the payment arrangement and relay it to you, consider it sold and get back to me with the details of yours in which the Check  will be written,i await your quick response…

Thanks & Regards
 
So I responded, “give your full name and address. So I can calcuate shipping)

They responded, “Kindly text me your….” (Above information)

I wish I had come across your blog the first day that I tried researching this!!!!

Scam Email: Frank Bernard

scammer

type=”html”>Here is the text of yet another scammer with another fake name and disposable email account:

Hi Cheryl,

Good to hear back from you.I will like to proceed with the purchase of the piece. I think it is a lovely work  and i hope to give it a good home.

I will be leaving soon to Bermuda for a Reform Project Work even though it comes at a time when i am preparing for a big move to Toronto but it means so much to her (My Wife) and i should be back in few days.

Meanwhile, i will like you to forward me your Full Name,Full Mailing Address And Phone Number so i can inform my Financier Assistance on where to forward the payment Via a Certified Check.

He will have Payment Handled Immediately i have instructions given to him since his in Canada Handling Official Duties and can handle the shipping as well just to ease your stress and make things faster for the delivery and us.

The shipping address is Below…

Mary Simmons
1008 Washington street,
Beaufort,29902 South Carolina USA.

I will look forward to hearing from you so i can know how best to proceed. Cheers.

Best Regards,
Frank Bernard
inc.inwent@outlook.com

Scam Email: Carolyn Jovanni

scammer

To Kathleen or whom it may concern:

I was almost caught up in this scam, until a red flag went up. The series of emails as follows:

Received an email yesterday reading:

Congratulations! Someone expressed interest in buying your work,
name of piece, at the url: website url

The intested party listed their name and email address as:
carolyn (carolynjovanni@-collector.org)

Message from buyer:
Hello Seller I came accross your Painting posted on the site and am really intersting in purchase it and i will like to ask the question below.
1.How long have you own it?
2.it’s new or used?
3.what is the final asking price?
4.did you accept Paypal as mode of my Payment?
Get back to me asap.
Carolyn
Response from so called Collector:

Thank so much for your response am okay with your final asking price but the problem is that i have a private shipping company that will come for the pick up in your location because i have some item that i want to ship along with the paiting so i don’t want you to bother yourself about the shipment am going to handle that on my own if you agree my terms let me know and get back to me.
Carolyn.

Response from Collector:

You don’t have  to worry yourself about i saw i want on the site so get back to me with your Paypal account

Action:

I send the Collector a Paypal Invoice for $500

That also lets them know to schedule the pick up from who ever they are using for as their shipment company to pick up after the 27th of August.

I get a response about an hour after I sent out the invoice….this is when the red flag goes up.

RESPONSE from Collector:
Hello ,
I was just about to book the pick up schedule with the pick up agent when i had a problem about their payment method.They are only accepting payment through western union money transfer but i am currently on sea due to my status of work,so i want to add the pick up agent  fee to your item cost price credited to your paypal account and he pick up fee is ($400.00) so i will be crediting the total amount of ($1,000.00), the extra ($50.00) is for the western union transfer fee for you to transfer the pick up agent fee
through western union.extra ($50.00) for compensation.Once i have these done and you have pick up agent fee sent to them,the pick up arrangement will be scheduled,just wanted to let you know before i proceed with the payment, please advice and i will be looking forward to read from you.get back to me
with your Paypal invoice
Carolyn

My Response to collector after I research scams directed towards artists on the internet:

I am Sorry. I can not adjust the invoice to increase the amount for any reason. The payment reflects the price of the artwork, which is a taxable income that I need to claim.  I also am too busy to make arrangements through Western Union for your shipping needs. I am very sorry, the request seems very difficult to handle. I am sorry we could not make a deal.

This morning I received another email…not in response from the series of emails talking with this collector but again from the site where the name originally generated:

Congratulations! Someone expressed interest in buying your work,
name of piece, at the url: website url

The intested party listed their name and email address as:
carolyn (carolynjovanni@-collector.org)

Message from buyer:
Hello Seller I came accross your Painting posted on the site and am really intersting in purchase it and i will like to ask the question below.
1.How long have you own it?
2.it’s new or used?
3.what is the final asking price?
4.did you accept Paypal as mode of my Payment?
Get back to me asap.
Carolyn

Anyways,

That is all the information I have. Although I did not get scammed, I feel like the time and effort I went through I can empathize with those who have. I really hope that this is something that can be stopped before it really becomes a major issue, before it becomes an issue of artists not wanting to trust such a great means of being able to sell, trade, or promote their works. We should not be afraid of such a powerful tool because of a few that misuse, redirect, or take advantage of our standard practices. Thank you for helping in the fight to protect our daily rights as artists!

Scam Email: Steve Borgatti

Steve Borgatti

How many years have I been doing this blog. How many personal emails have I sent for years before I started the blog. Really, this scam has changed VERY LITTLE since it began. Why? Because it is still working for the scammers. Because they are still making money. If it wasn’t, it would have changed long ago.

It’s simple:

1. DO NOT use wire transfers very ANY reason in your business dealings. Period. This one tip will destroy the effectiveness of 99% of this type of scam. They need you to wire your good money to them so they can disappear with it without a trace – before you’ve discovered their payment is a faked check or stolen credit card or faked paypal payment.

2. DO NOT do any one any favors in selling your work. Don’t forward money for them to some non-existent shipper. Let them pay their shipper themselves (there is no shipper so the scam will end here).

3. DO NOT accept overpayments. Just don’t. If a buyer overpays, offer to void their check and have them send a check of the right amount (and remember, no favors for forwarding money to a non-existent shipper) or if it’s a credit card – call the card company first and verify that the card number matches the billing address (it almost never does), and if it’s a paypal payment – actually manually log into your paypal account in a brand new browser and double check that they’ve paid anything at all. What scammers do with paypal is they fake a payment confirmation email and hope the victim never logs into their account (in time) to check.

And this bit about moving to Russia or moving to Malaysia or they are at sea or in Afghanistan or out of the country for some other odd reason…huge tip-offs that a scam is in progress. It helps setup why they are asking you wire them (or a shipper) money. But don’t do it.

Okay, here’s another one I receive today:

Hello Kathleen, my artist husband was almost scammed.  I was suspicious and finally went to the Internet to do some research and found you.  Please add the Steve Borgatti name to your list of despicable characters. I’m going to make a donation to you!

At the very bottom is the scammer’s message.  When mail is sent to my husband’s art address, a blind copy goes to my Gmail account so I copied the header info.

Thank you,Nancy

Delivered-To: twohadaways@gmail.com
Received: by 10.170.118.80 with SMTP id k77csp28622ykb;
Sat, 5 Apr 2014 07:41:26 -0700 (PDT)
X-Received: by 10.140.33.244 with SMTP id j107mr2728669qgj.81.1396708873079;
Sat, 05 Apr 2014 07:41:13 -0700 (PDT)
Received: by 10.224.79.80 with HTTP; Sat, 5 Apr 2014 07:41:13 -0700 (PDT)
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2014 15:41:13 +0100
Subject: Payment and pick-up…
From: Steve Borgatti (analytictechnologies01@gmail.com)
To:
Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=001a113aa9803c108704f64ca0df

–001a113aa9803c108704f64ca0df
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

Hello Mrs. [last name],
Hope you are good. I’m just reading your email now as I have been so busy.Thanks for the details which I’ve noted down and I hope to visit your studio with my wife in the nearest future after our anniversary. Also in order not to leave any clue to my wife for the surprise, I’ve contacted a client of mine to issue out a check which will include my shipping agent fees to you, so please you may have to help remit the balance to the shipping agent as soon as the check clears your bank. I would have handled this much differently if I’d been at home but am a bit pressed for time myself and do not have access to a lot of cash over here to expedite this transaction… trying to kill two birds with a stone.

Moreover, they are not sending any bill or hold you responsible for the payment of the contract between us. all I’m asking from you is a favor to help me send the extra funds on the check to the shipping agent who will be coming over to your location to pick-up the piece and have it delivered safely to me at my residential address.

Mrs. [last name], I want you to understand that I’m concluding you are a responsible person and I can therefore entrust you with this arrangement.please i will appreciate if you get back to me asap to know if i can entrust you with this transaction.
Many thanks and talk to you soon,
Steve.

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Hello
From: Steve Borgatti (analytictechnologies01@gmail.com)
Date: Thu, April 03, 2014 9:33 am
To:

Dear [last name],  Thanks for the message, I must tell you I am very much interested in the immediate purchase of the piece to surprise my wife.  I can be reached at (323) 374-5218 (feel free to leave a voice mail or text message if am not available but E-mail would be the fastest way to reach me though).If you’d like to know, I’m relocating to the Russia soon and our anniversary is fast approaching. So I’m trying to gather some good stuff to make this event a surprise one. I am buying yours as part of gifts to her (quickly before someone else grabs it). I’m okay with the price, I think it’s worth it anyway, so I’ll be sending a check.
As regarding shipping, you don’t have to worry about that in order not to leave any clue to my wife for the surprise. as soon as you receive and cash the check, my shipping agent (who is also moving my personal effect) will contact you to arrange pick-up.

I would have come to purchase the piece myself but, I’m currently out of the country on a conference trip and won’t be back for another couple of weeks. Regards,Steve.

PS: In the meantime, kindly get back to me with your full name (you want the check payable to) and contact address (preferably for fedEx not P.O box) where a check can be mailed to, so I can get the check prepared and have it mailed out to you right away.

——– Original Message ——–

Greetings!
My name is Steve Borgatti from Nevada. I’m reaching you to inquire about your works. I actually observed my wife has been viewing your website on my laptop and i guess she likes that piece, I’m so impressed and amazed to have seen your various works too, : )  I must also say you are doing a great job. I would like to know what inspired that work.

I am very much interested in the purchase of the piece (in subject field above) to surprise my wife. Kindly confirm the availability for immediate sales.  Thanks and best regards,
Steve.

Scam Email: Luiza Kwiatkowska

scammer

Scammers are not above grabbing the names of real people online and using them for their own criminal purposes. Also notice how, in the below scam, the scammer begins by asking about PayPal (thus trying to establish some credibility with their victim) but then switches, using some trumped up story, to what they actually need for their scam to succeed: a wire transfer via some service like Western Union or MoneyGram.

Hello Kathleen,

Well, it’s the first time it’s happening to me. I’m glad I found your site, thank you for doing this. The name was not on your list, it’s luiza kwiatkowska, e-mail luiza.kwiatkowska@o2.pl. When I look for the name on the internet it seems to be a renowned graphic designer and illustrator in Poland but I’m pretty sure it’s not her…

She contacted me via a website where I sell some artwork. In her profile at that site, she mentions she
is from Miami.

Here’s the conversation (and LOTS of warning signs). I replied to her first e-mail only, to see if she was serious. And then her second e-mail just raised some major suspicions and was just plainly ridiculous. I  didn’t reply to her and I’m going to delete the e-mail :

*luizakwiatkows*

offers 600 CAD on your artwork Modèle au corbeau

Hello,
I have read very about your item.
Am okay with the condition of the item. But before i proceed with the payment i will to ask about the item..
I have a private shipping company that will come for the pick up of the item in your location

Do you accept PAYPAL as you mode of payment?
What is the final price of the item without shipping cost?
Get back to me in my private mail at : luiza.kwiatkowska@o2.pl
Best Regards

My reply :

Hello,

> I have a private shipping company that will come for the pick up the item in your location

We are in Montreal, Canada. I can have the painting available at my usual gallery here at a time of your choice.

> Do you accept PAYPAL as you mode of payment?

Yes, you may address the payment to [paypal e-mail]

> What is the final price of the item without shipping cost?

600$ is fine.

Thank you for your interest.

Hello
I’m about to make the payments when i had this little problem with the picking up agent of the Item,I think you remember what i said in my previous mail that I’m working presently on the sea,so i tried to secure  booking with my pick up agent,but they asked me to pay first before they can make the booking, and they only accept Western Union Money Transfer for payments and they don’t accept PayPal or bank transfer, So i tried to send the money online but it’s not going through and i am  on the sea, there is no way i can find a western union agent to make the transfer to my pick up agent, so i wanted to ask if it will be OK for me to include my pick up agent’s fees together with your payments through PayPal,So you will help me wire the pick up fee to them via western Union Money Transfer immediately i pay you,i don’t mean to bother you I’m sure you understand that I’m presently on the sea and there is nothing i can do to that,The bottom line is after I have made the payments via PayPal,you will help me wire my pick up agent fee to them through western union money transfer, I just wanted to seek your consent before going ahead with the payments,I will be very happy if my offer is given a favorable consideration,Respond as soon as possible so that i can send out your Payment.
Regards.

Scam Email: Thanh Nguyen

scammer

hello

i wish i had come across your site earlier! ive been working on an art sale with  a “thanh nguyen” with the email “mrknumb@gmail.com” . i researched him, his company, the bank the check was sent from, etc. i didnt know to look up art specific check fraud, so i wasnt aware this was an ongoing problem. anyways, i stopped the process before anything could happen. heres the original message:
“–
Hi there,my name is Thanh im an art collector from Hawaii ,was
browsing through the internet and my eyes caught this particular work
on the subject,will like to have it for my new apartment probably this
month.please let me know if the piece is available and if yes let me
have the detailed price and more information about it.kindly reply me
with your phone#.
Regards.”

and a few  later to discuss shipping arrangements:

“Hello,Thanks for the details which Ive noted down and have also
forwarded it to my shipper.He’s due in the US sometime next week and
will definitely be getting in touch with you for the pickup.The truth
is,i would have handled this much differently if i would be at home
but Im a bit pressed for time myself. Im moving to Cairo this month as
im being transferred.As it is, I’m sending you an overdraft which will
include my shippers fees as well.He has asked for an upfront before
coming and since I have no access to a lot of cash, Im trying to kill
two birds with a stone.So, once you’ve received and cashed the
check,deduct your funds and PLEASE help me send the remaining funds to
him(shipper).I’ll forward his contact details to you once you’ve
received the payment.Now I’m concluding you are a responsible person
and I can therefore entrust you with this arrangement.Ill let you know
Immediately the check is sent out
to you so you should be looking out for it.P.S:I`ll require that a
reconfirmation of your address is done for me now. I await your reply.”

then this after receiving a check

“Yes you got it Rebecca,Im so glad you finally received the payment,the
payment should clear to your account within 24hours.
Below is the shipper’s information in sending the remaining fund via
Western union;

Curtis  A Westbrook
6232 Greenwood Pl
Huntsville Al 35702

Once you have the money sent, do email me all the necessary
information which will be needed for the collection of the money I.e;

Sender’s name
Amount sent after Western union charges
MTCN#

Once he receives the money, he will get in touch with you and set up
the best time and date with you for pick up this week.

Thanks for your help and understanding and I await your quick response.”

yikes! another to add to your list! thanks!

Scam Email: Adrian Hermes

scammer

Here is a scam that is so telling – sent to an “undisclosed list of recipients” (aka huge spam list) and apologizing upfront for not remember your website (they have no way to track the websites of hundreds of thousands of people they spam every day, and really they are not visiting the websites in this case anyway).

What they need for the scam are people to reply to the email and say that’s okay… here is my website url. And THAT way when the scammer continues on the steps of the scam, they can make Round 2 of email exchanges a lot more personalized so you believe they are a real buyer when they are not. Then they WILL go to your website and pick out specific artwork to “buy”.

In this way, they keep their own efforts efficient and the least amount of work for maximum gain.

What is their gain? With a fake story they will eventually overpay for something and ask the money be forwarded to their [fake] shipper, because they are moving or temporarily out of the country or whatever. And (here comes the kicker), it will need to be wired to them. Hard untraceble cash wired directly to the scammer, who then disappears. While the victim then learns, too late, the original money was either a counterfeit check or a stolen credit card.

How do you avoid this scam? Two simple rules:

1. NEVER accept overpayment for any reason. Just don’t.
2. NEVER EVER EVER (can I throw one more in for good measure?) NEVER send money via wire transfer – for any reason. This is the crux of the scam and if you don’t do this, you’ll be safe from at least this scam.

Check out this scam email:

—–Original Message—–
From: Adrian Hermes [adrianhermes@outlook.com]
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Sent: Thu, Jun 5, 2014 2:19 pm
Subject: Inquiry and request about your work of Art

Good morning,
I was able to view your work from the website you had it displayed in and unfortunately for me i kind of lost the website but i stored your contact,i will like to ask if you have a piece(s) for sale and can you kindly re-direct me to your website. i will be awaiting to read from you soon.
Thanks
Adrian

Scam Email: Andrew Hembree

scammer

Hi Kathleen,
Thank you for doing this.  I received a similar email back in August which is what made me suspicious of this one.  It was a different name, Steve Levitt, but the phrasing was almost word for word the same.  The first one I received is on your list, but this one is not.  In August I did not respond, but this time I wrote back and said I was in contact with the Federal Trade Commission.  It will probably not do any good, but it made me feel better.

Thanks again,
Elizabeth

On Dec 2, 2013, at 5:46 AM, andrew hembree (andrewhembree01@gmail.com) wrote:

Hello,
I actually observed my wife has been viewing your website (piece in subject field above) on my laptop and i guess she likes that piece, I must also say you are doing a great job. I would like to know what inspired that work.
I am very much interested in the purchase to surprise my wife.  Kindly confirm the availability for immediate sale.
Peace and blessings
Andrew

Scam Email: Rebecca Wallace

Rebecca Wallace

Hi Kathleen, I was wondering if you might have heard of this person Rebecca Wallace from Guernsey UK.
At first I thought it was a legitimate purchase inquiry… but now I  think not.

Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks, Matthew

I think it’s GREAT that you are putting in the effort to help your fellow artists!

Here are the emails (from latest to first):

from Rebecca Wallace:

Thank you so much for the urgent information provided I want you to
get them ready for shipment and get shipping quote ASAP
On the shipping one will have to pay additional fees at the delivery
point here, because they will never bring to ones house, Courier like
FedEx, UPS and DHL are not worth it here especially USPS probably
because they already known very well.
I want you can contact this shipping company:
www.expressparcelsdelivery.net
contact address: epdsdelivery@mac.hush.com

They will need dimension for the package weight and Value of the
artwork for the shipping and insurance Quote to my billing address,
they offer door to door shipment and deliver safely without paying
any extra money before collecting the goods unlike some other courier
where it will not be delivered to your address and you will still
have to go to their office to pick it up and you will be told to pay
other money like custom duties before collecting it really sick of them.
I will be looking forward to hearing from you soon so that you can
have credit card information to charge for the total payment without
any further delay.

234 Rue Du Fort Sark
Guernsey,
Postcode:GY10 1SF
United Kingdom

—- On Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:57:56 -0700 Matthew wrote
—-

Hi Rebecca,
The prices for these 3 framed paintings are:
[names, prices]

It looks like shipping would be $200 for all three
Total Art $5,100 plus $200 ship is $5,300 and could ship within the
next couple of days.

Getting the three paintings I could give you a 15% discount bringing
the total including shipping  $4,500 usd

I use PayPal for online payments which you can use your credit card
( you don’t need a PayPal account)

You can use this page for payment

Let me know how this sounds and we can go from there!

A note on these 3 paintings, they were all done plein-air on location
with my wife and family present and they all hold a special place in
my life and heart.

I hope sometime to come to Guernsey with my family to paint and enjoy
the fresh breeze!

All the best, sincerely,

Matthew

On Jul 21, 2014, at 11:29 AM, Rebecca_wallace1960 wrote:

How are you doing today and family?and great to hear from you,
Below are the artworks that interest me and I want you to get back to
me with the price of each pieces listed bellow:
[name of pieces]

I want you to get back to me with the cost of  the above pieces then
we can figure out about shipping,and insurance cost
I will be awaiting,so that you can have my credit card number to run
for the payment

Best

Rebecca Wallace
234 Rue Du Fort Sark
Guernsey,
Postcode:GY10 1SF
United Kingdom

—- On Mon, 21 Jul 2014 11:06:57 -0700  matthew wrote —-

Hi Rebecca, Thanks for your interest in my artwork, and sorry about
the delay in getting back to you I have been away from my computer.

Yes shipping to the UK is fine, though unlike the old days where
wasn’t so costly I now have to check on the cost.

If you let me know some of the work, style and sizes you are
interested in I can give you a up to date selection of avail work.
Please reference some of the specific paintings from my website
[url listed]

I very much look forward to having my artwork enhance your home and
life!

All the best,

Matthew

On Jul 12, 2014, at 6:36 PM, rebecca wallace wrote:

Hi there,

I am captivating on your artwork to equip, and beautify my home town
In United Kingdom.
I don’t know, if you internationally shipped Out of your region and
Your on-line portfolio or inventory would give me more details of
available works only if you send me more details.
I will wait for your swift response.
Regard

Rebecca Wallace

234 Rue Du Fort Sark
Guernsey,
Postcode:GY10 1SF
United Kingdom