- Report: #838330
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Complaint Review: American Express
American Express700 Wishire Blvd #700 los angeles, California United States of America
American Express Benjamin Beckham, Benny Hunt, Benny Beckham, Julia Hines, Lorenzo Valentine, Anthony Valentine, Valerie Southern, Matthew Southern, Lorenzo Constatino american express black card, $700K limit, centurion card los angeles, California
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Benjamin claims he works for Amex in the LA area. Lorenzo or Anthony claims he's the assistant. They have you send the money to a Valerie Southern in San Diego, supposedly it's the wife of Matthew or Tyler Southern who also supposedly works at Amex and is Benjamin's boss. Normally they prefer Monegram but also will give a Chase bank account to deposit into Valerie's account.
They use an address of 700 Wilshire Blvd #700 in LA 90008 with a name of Julia Hines as who picks up the mail. Allegedly Benjamin is involved in some boxing clubs and has some fights lined up. He is the main brains behind the operation. I know they have several people after them, scanned several thousand dollars from several different people.
For more info or if you have been scanned by these crooks please get ahold of me, I do have more info.
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