Complaint Review: Pedro Quezada
Pedro Quezada Advance fee fraud scam London United Kingdom
A person by the name Pedro Quezada emailed me that he was giving me $750,000 becuse he had won the multi-million lottery jackpot (which a Pedro Quezada actually did win) and promised God he would return the favor. He wanted to know what I did for a living; if I had kids, etc.
He then wanted me to open an on-line bank account with Nationwide Bank in the UK and sent me information to contact them. Thebogus bank wanted $620 in order to open an account and send me the $750,000. I checked with the "real" Nationwide Bank's "Phishing" Department since the phone number and email address were slightly different. Nationwide Bank emailed back that it was an" advanced fee fraud system" and to not give them any money. (I did not!)
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