imesh/bearshare lottery scam
Complaint 139357 Details

  • Date Occurred: 07/26/2014
  • Reported Damages: $20.00
  • Username: imesh/bearshare inc
  • Email:
  • Location: malaysia
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The complaint is against an online dating profile

The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity

The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity

The company or person contact no longer exists

International boundaries

same as all the rest that i have been reading so far,just a diffrent number.
it is true that you have won on the imesh/bearshareinc. online promotion held in kuala lumpur-malaysia 2012 and you stand as one of our lucky winners,attached to this email, you will find a copy of our VERIFICATION FORM AND PROCESSING CLAIM FORM fill according so as to proceed with your winning validation and attach blah bla blah
i even called the dude and he said that it does not cost me a thing ,so this is the scam (Inappropriate Content Removed) man i thought for a moment that i was a winner

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  • heybell_rockz
  • heybell_rockz SBID #73b8c9406a
  • Posted 07/26/2014
  • yeah i do currently receiving emails same with this, that i won $500,000.00 USD man lucky boy i am, and we re on the process of how to make payment..that is when i search this co, and i found this similar stories, with the same ref # and batch #..boy am glad that i found you for im about to deal with these it ain't true eh!!!
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  • iMesh_Support
  • iMesh_Support SBID #cc779c3169
  • Posted 10/25/2014
  • You have not won the "iMesh Lottery".
    iMesh customers might be targets of a scam that uses email messages to falsely promise money. Victims receive messages claiming "You have won the iMesh Lottery!" There is no iMesh Lottery. Delete the message.
    The iMesh lottery scam is a fraud that usually starts with an email messages that claim the recipient has won "The iMesh Lottery."
    There is no iMesh lottery and if you receive this kind of email it has been sent by cybercriminals in an attempt to steal money from you.
    These email messages are designed to engage you in a dialogue with the goal of persuading you to send them money. Once you've sent the money, the perpetrator will often re-contact you with a different story to convince you to pay more money to access the cash prize.
    Cybercriminals often use the names of well-known companies, like ours, in their scams. They think it will convince you to give them money or your personal information. While they usually use email to trick you, they sometimes use the telephone instead.
    If you receive an unsolicited email message that purports to be from iMesh and requests that you send personal information or click links, delete the message.
    We do not send unsolicited email messages to request personal or financial information.
    If you have lost money to this scam, send the police report to iMesh and we will use it to help law enforcement catch the criminals who send out these e-mail messages.
    Please note that our team is constantly fighting these cybercriminals and will appreciate your help in the matter. Please send us any information which may be relevant, such as the website address, email address or any email you have received.
    In case you have filed a police report, please send it to iMesh and we will use it to help law enforcement catch the criminals who send out these e-mail messages.
    If you have any further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
    Best regards,
    The iMesh Team
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  • Complaint Against iMesh
  • Complaints Filed: 31
  • Reported Damages: $1,473,372.79
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