- Report: #568423
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Complaint Review: Luigi Zinzi
Luigi ZinziVia Corso Garibaldi 322 Nationwide United States of America
Luigi Zinzi REA Emporio Armani Fraud Sorrento, Nationwide
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This report is about fraud with Armani clothes, which seems to be spread all over the world, with few different modifications.
Yesterday (11-2-2010) evening, 40 year old Italian man on parking place near shopping center in Kosice/Slovakia, with a story that he lost all his money in casino previous day and needs money for a gas to get home.
He was in black Fiat Punto with Italian plates. Speaking english, italian, probably spanish. He also showed me his passport and some bank cards, called his wife and son.
In a good will, that I am helping , I borrowed him 390EUR (to earn this money I should work more than month). He also gave me some clothes (fake Armani?), as a "present". Now I see, that this is worldwide spread fraud.
From his passport I have this info:
Name: Luigi Zinzi
Passport number: F573376
Born: February 6th 1967
And two italian telephone numbers, which he gave to me:
He also showed me some paper, stamped by police in Naples.
Be aware! You can find reports about these Armani guys from whole Europe and USA! This is not minor trickery, it seems to be organized crime!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/12/2010 05:45 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Luigi-Zinzi/nationwide/Luigi-Zinzi-REA-Emporio-Armani-Fraud-Sorrento-Nationwide-568423. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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