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Complaint Review: Steven Prins: GE Artesia Bank NL.

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  • Submitted: Thu, May 24, 2007
  • Updated: Tue, January 15, 2008

  • Reported By:Tampa Florida
Steven Prins: GE Artesia Bank NL.
Regulier Dwarsstraat 104, Post Bus: 274. 1017 BL Amsterdam The Netherlands. Internet Netherlands
  • Phone: +31-617-922-192
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  • Category: Lawyers

Steven Prins: GE Artesia Bank NL. Promised 1 MILLION dollars for winning The National Lottery of Ripoff Amsterdam-The Netherlands Internet

*UPDATE Employee: Third request !!!!

*Consumer Comment: Scammers often use real names.

*UPDATE Employee: unjustified and unfair statement - Mr.Prins as a descent reputable individual not involved in nay lottery organisation.

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I was told I won the on-line lottery from Amsterdam- The Netherlands. I was asked to pay a courrier service with insurance, which I did. I was then told the cheque would not be release by the government/tax office because they then wanted my to pay for the taxes up front of the money that I won. I told them no way, and called them out, this all just happened.

Jocelyn
Tampa, Florida
U.S.A.

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#1 UPDATE Employee

Third request !!!!

AUTHOR: Jan - (Netherlands)

Lectori Salutem,

This is the tird time that I approach you about teh report that has been filed by someone called "Jocelyn" from Tampa, Florida USA.
This "lady" made an untrue story about Mr.Prins with GE Artesia Bank. NL on this site that still has not been removed in spite of our several requests.

I kindly request you once again to remove this story from your database and site because it is not related and certainly untrue what has been written about Mr. Prins. I object against this writing in the strongest sense and I do not see why the owners of this site are not able to remove this horrorable story.

I hope you will grant my request.
Thanks

J. van der Weiden
Director Internal Audit
GE Artesia Bank
Amsterdam
The Neteherlands
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#2 Consumer Comment

Scammers often use real names.

AUTHOR: Peter - (U.S.A.)

It is a common tactic for 419 scammers or lads to use the names real people in real financial institutions for to give their scams credibility. The original poster probably did not know that Mr. Prins was not the scammer real name. That just shows what lowlifes these scammers are they not only steal money but ruin good peoples names too.
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#3 UPDATE Employee

unjustified and unfair statement - Mr.Prins as a descent reputable individual not involved in nay lottery organisation.

AUTHOR: Jan - (Netherlands)

This is to inform all that Mr.Steven Prins his name has been abused by a fack organization calle "National lottery" certainly not existing in The Netherlands and probably taken by a fraudulent individual to cover up for him/herself.

I hereby like to clear the name of Mr.Prins as a descent reputable individual not involved in nay lottery organisation.

The filed rteport on him is unfair and the sender should become in contact with the undersigned and clear the report from this site.
J. van der Weiden
The Netherlands
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