• Report: #928280
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  • Submitted: Thu, August 16, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, August 16, 2012

  • Reported By: JD — Kennewick Washington United States of America
708 Dallas Street Houston, Texas United States of America

MLD MLD Luxury You're the "Middle Man", Collecting fake payments for supposed goods and sending them, minus a 5% commission, to the company. Houston, Texas

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This company is a copycat of "EPS luxury goods".  You can find the original article here: http://www.scamwarners.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=5413

I have copied text from the original article below:

This fake job scam is targeting Australians. The victim will be directed to process funds through their own bank account for a commission of five percent and then to transfer the remainder of the funds to the scammer via Western Union. The original transfer will, of course be fraudulent and when the victims' bank identifies the fraud the victim will be left to pay the entire amount back to the bank. There is also a possibility the victim may face police questioning.

I have been baiting this scammer using a safely anonymous and thoroughly fake identity. This scammer sent this initial scam email with a throw-away email address, in this case lopezxocakywez371@hotmail.com andbw.wimer@gmail.com. He quickly replied to my message with an email address from a fake domaineve.parker@hr-eps.com I have asked our talented site killers over at our sister site 419eater.com to euthanize this fraudulent domain. The scammers' follow up emails describes how this fraud is played out.

First email received looks something like this - 


The company EPS is looking for employees.

Location : Australia

 If you are interested, please reply to : bw.wimer@gmail.com with your resume.

Best regards,
EPS Team

Second email - 

Dear *****,

EPS, a luxury goods company, is currently seeking administrative assistant/sales support to work at the convenience of their home, part-time. We would like to consider you for this position.

EPS presents the best off-season luxury finds from the most prestigious international designers and collectibles from the rarest collections at irresistible prices.

Candidates for the job should possess excellent organizational skills as well as the ability to efficiently multi-task. Ideal candidates have a strong focus on day-to-day operational excellence, and a personal style that builds trust, and inspires loyalty. The candidate should be motivated, proactive, be able to learn and adapt quickly.

Other duties of the Administrative Assistant/Sales Support include, but are not limited to:

Incorporating effective priorities for the virtual office function
Administer day-to-day financial responsibilities for clients
Reporting online daily
Preparing brief summary reports, and weekly financial reports

Salary part-time: 1,600AUD/month, plus commission.

In the attachments you will find the agreement with a detailed job description. If you are interested in this trial period, which will last for one month, during which you will receive training, salary, and commission, please see the attached agreement. Upon successful completion of the trial period you will receive a contract to continue working with EPS, have an option to change from part-time to full-time or continue working part-time.

Please read carefully the trial period agreement, complete, sign, and forward back to us either via email or by fax +1-714-276-0697. For the commencement date, please choose any date that is convenient for you during the month of December. If you have any questions please email.

Thank You, Eve Parker

Third email - 

Dear *****,

We have received the documents from. All is correct.
Below you can see example of the task. Please read it carefully. 


First transfer was sent and here are the details: 

amount: 2.870,00 aud 
buyer: Mondic Inc 
item: Montblanc 

You should receive this transfer on Thursday. Once received keep 5% from this transfer, withdraw in cash and transfer the remaining amount through western union location near you Mukim(first name) Ohunov(last name) in Dushanbe(city) 
Tajikistan(country). Deduct the fees for transferring from the received payment. When sending please state USD as currency available for pick up, use the money in minutes services. Once completed the western union transferring agent will provide you with reference numbers. 

Once completed send us the brief report that should state: 

Amount Received: 
Commission 5%: 

Amount Transferred through western union to Mukim(in AUD/USD): 
Reference Numbers for Mukim: 

Send us the brief report as soon as completed. 


Do you understand all details of the example? Are you ready to process the first transfer tomorrow? Please confirm. 

Thank you, Eve Parker

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