For some time ago I come an across to a company and Dr.Jamal from South Africa. After some contact via mail he convinced me that he had powerful health products that would work within a few days, with no doubt or delay. As I am within health care with my business I become curious with the time being to buy some samples. After some mail contact and co-operation talk about long term business Dr. Jamal persuaded me to do a deposit payment of USD 270 for the sample order, the remaining payment we agreed that I will transfer after testing and evaluation the consignment. Dr. Jamal also insisted that the payment must be done via Western Union. Unfortunately I transferred the agreed money and hoped for a good start to our co-operation. I did the Payment 2013.09.19 according to the instructions received to account number owned by: Names; muwonge Isaac ?88 11th street park more sandton Johannesburg South Africa! I transferred the money on a Thursday evening (MTCN Number 6121162123) and he collected the money the day after from the Western Union office. After the deposit payment Dr. Jamal told me that he will send the consignment on Monday after the weekend as he did not want to do it on a Friday. I accepted his explanation and agreed to this. When Monday came, Dr. Jamal was hard to get hold on. When he finally replied on one of my e-mails he said that the money I sent to him was not sufficient to the sample order. He wanted urgently USD 200 more! I obviously refused to pay Dr. Jamal more money as this whole thing began to feel as SCAM and big time bullshit. The responses to my emails ended almost entirely after this. I visited one of he’s website and noticed that the product was for sale for 800 South African Rand. So the transferred money covered this amount without any problem. I informed Dr. Jamal about this, but no reply. I believe he was just looking to squeeze as much money as possible from me without sending out anything. I also asked for a re-found but no reply! I noticed that this is however a very common way of handling from a scammer and once I visited some forums I could see several cases like mine; Where the called “Doctor” is asking for advance payment for the services and after this claims for more money. They are also very manipulative and it is very easy to believe in their explanations and talk. Therefore I decided to take the time needed to share my story as to do a local Police report, Interpol Cybercrime report, Western Union report to close down this kind of criminal activity. I really hope this will help someone out there from not doing the same mistake as I did, when believed on this fake Dr / Prof. or whatever he calls himself. What concerns the address connected to the Bank-account number above I could quickly notice that there are NO “Dr. Jamal” on this address! Dr. Jamal is most likely a made up name used online.   BEST SPELL CASTER? PROF MASAI 88 11th St Sandton 2196 South Africa ?   On Google Map:,88+11th+St,+Sandton+2196,+South+Africa&ei=hGxAUtTWFKq24AT-3oCoDw&ved=0CCwQ8gEwAA I could also see an organized criminality and network behind this all as they are running many websites, several telephone numbers, different Dr. names, ads etc. connected to the same home address (or Western Union account number):  Here below a few of them:   Most Used: +27727030702   He/they are probably using this too as I have seen a connection: +27728808634 +27783450519 +27719485434 I really hope that you, the police, the authorities and Western Union takes care of this criminal league as soon as possible so no more people have to face them. The information I have developed for you is good so the case should be easy to handle why I expect instant case management from your side. I also want to be up to date regarding the case and how it is handled as progress. Thank you.
Br,  Mikael Greus from Sweden
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Report ID: 4697
Crime Category: Fraud
Province: Gauteng
Suburb: sandton
Address: 88 11th St, Sandton 2196, South Africa ?
Crime Date/Time: 19 Sep 2013, 00:09 AM
Reported By: Username4697
Reported Date: 27 Sep 2013, 16:09 PM
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  • Username4944 9 Oct 2013, 10:39 AM

    The above message from the "Lottery verification centre" and the "Cyber Investigation Bureau" is a scammer so do not reply to them or give them any information.

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