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Beware of Scammers

In Everyday, Fandom, Life, Personal on October 16, 2013 by lexie-chan Tagged: , , ,

FOR MORE NGUYEN MINH HIEP SCAM EVIDENCE PLEASE READ HERE.

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Hello.

I am writing something quite the contrary from usual, to bring to your attention a certain uneventful experience I have encountered a few weeks ago.

It was around September when my family and I decided to go to Singapore. It was a trip to see my sister but more than that, it was a golden opportunity for me to go see SNSD’s solo concert (coincidentally, they will have a concert in SG as part of their world tour). Since everything was a last minute call, I wasn’t able to buy tickets from the official distributor. To be honest, I was rather sad that it was a missed opportunity for me when all of a sudden, a stranger contacted me via Twitter [_dorkytaeny] and told me if I’ll be interested to buy her extra concert ticket.

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At the time, I was just really desperate to get any kind of miracle to allow me to witness SNSD in a solo concert so of course, without enough investigation, I had made a deal with this random person.  It never even occurred to me that this person would bite me in the ass in the end. I trusted too soon, blinded about her too good to be true offer.

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It was very late when I realized that I was scammed by this person who calls herself Jenny. Days before we fly to Singapore, a fellow K-Pop fan messaged me on Twitter and asked me if I bought my tickets from this person that calls herself “Jenny Haruki“. As soon as she asked, I knew I was doomed. Still, I held on and believed this person until I came to Singapore, went to the meeting place we arranged and then waited for nothing. We gave her the benefit of the doubt but she failed us obviously.

It’s unfortunate that I was robbed by a person who claimed herself as a SONE but more than that, we are very concerned about the amount of people she scammed. These poor people who just wants to enjoy this once in a lifetime opportunity to see their bias.

And so, in joint cooperation with my friends in different Asian countries and connections with the proper authorities who are also investigating this case as of the moment, we would like to spread the word so we can stop this abusive crime these people (we believe that it’s not just one person who operates in this scam) have been doing. There shouldn’t be any more victims!

Herein are the following pieces of evidences we’ve gathered that pinpoints to these scammers:

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The person who claims to be Jenny Haruki

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The person who claims to be Jenny Haruki

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NGUYEN MINH HIEP – The person who picked up the money

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NGUYEN MINH HIEP – The person who picked up the money

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Western Union receipt

We also researched more about this person and these are a few of the links that pinpoints to her. Apparently, she’s involved in more scams by using Kpop fans as a leverage to her crimes.

http://forums.soompi.com/discussion/2019821/vn-dbsk-bigbang-b-a-p-items-shipping-worldwide

http://t-aravn.net/forum/threads/vt-tq-can-ban-vai-albs-pk-linh-tinh-cua-gai.26316/
(she added a few information: Liên hệ mình qua email barbiematoki@gmail.com (coi hình thật)/SMS 01647912550 để đặt chỗ và hỏi thông tin. Thanks!!!)

http://t-aravn.net/forum/members/orionen.40715/recent-content

 

 

BEWARE OF THIS PERSON! DON’T LET HER ROB YOU OFF YOUR HAPPINESS BY TRUSTING HER AND NGUYEN MINH HIEP.

This post was made to let her know that nothing good will come out deceiving other people. This is a wake up call and a warning to all of you. Never trust too easily. Always ask for proper identification and credentials before going forth with the “deal”. People like her still exists somewhere. But rest assured, we will not let this ever happen again.

I would like to drill deeper into this but I’ll leave all the necessary steps to the police authorities. Instead, this will be my part in all this. SPREAD THE WORD!

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6 Responses to “Beware of Scammers”

  1. Man! I’ve been scammed by her too now! 😥

  2. OMG Lex!! D:>
    Ingat ka sa susunod!

  3. Hey, I believe we met the same scammer.

    It is safe to assume that they now have more people scamming. Would wanna help with the info I have, how did you go about reporting the case?

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