• Report: #1000836

Complaint Review: Your Centurion Card

  • Submitted: Mon, January 21, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, January 21, 2013

  • Reported By: frankkarenamazon — Coral Springs Florida United States of America
Your Centurion Card
Canada Toronto, Ontario United States of America

Your Centurion Card Scam, Thief, Robbed, Stole, Internet Scam Toronto, Ontario

*Consumer Comment: I was also a victim of yourcenturion.com

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This company your centurion card yourcenturioncard.com promises to get you a centurion card in your name by adding you as an additional card member to their account.  It all sounds good until you see there scam.  They tell you the fee is $1,500 for the card then $1,000 for them as a fee.  Then you can put what ever you want on the credit card by sending it to Amex for example $5,000  then you have a $5,000 limit.  So they get a card send you a picture of it with your name on it.  The card is a phony very good photo shop on there part.  Then they ask you to send the $2,500 paypal but to send as money owed not a payment.  That way you have no recourse with Paypal.  Then you send the $2,500 no card comes bye bye $2,500 and you are screwed.  Be ware all please read this and I hope you do not get fooled.  The good news is I have a family member in the FBI and i informed him of this and he has already started tracking IP's, Accounts, DNS and all the other things to track this person.  I spoke with Amex security and they were able to get even more info and now both agencies are working together.  It will be great when he goes to jail. 

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#1 Consumer Comment

I was also a victim of yourcenturion.com

AUTHOR: sorensen82 - ()

Exactly the same happened for me.

He did say as an excuse that the AMEX had caught onto him, and he was not allowed to get more accounts, but that he would refund me the money back.

I did however not send the money over paypal but got a bank account to "one of his companies" not sure that will help the investigation, but I'm more than willing to share this information with you.

3259533 NOVA SCOTIA LIMITED
Bank Account Number: 1045400
Bank Swift Code: ROYCCAT2
International Routing / Sort Code: CC000300003
Bank Address: 5161 George St, Halifax, NS, B3J1M7, Canada

He did also, which i believe was a mistake, send an email from his (maybe) personal account.
His email on the personal account is Dave Graham <davegrahampp@gmail.com>.

So there is some more to go on.

Hope this will help!!! He hasn't replied to my emails for over a month now, so I do not have anything against sharing this with everyone so he can be found and given what he deserves.

Please keep me in the loop.

Regards,
Mark
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