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Report: #1513522

Complaint Review: Salvage-king - DELRAY BEACH Florida

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  • Reported By: Felix — Prince George Canada
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  • Salvage-king 2905 S CONGRESS AVENUE DELRAY BEACH, Florida United States

Salvage-king Scammed of $18,500 supposedly for the payment of two vehicles DELRAY BEACH Florida

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I got an unsolicited email from Salvage-king.com, advertizing their vehicles. I did an online review but did not see any negative reviews on Salvage-king. I  started a negotiation for a  Highlander  2012 with VIN #5TDDK3H5CS161960 with them on phone # 15616393484 (Whatsapp). We agreed on $8000 plus additional $1300 for shipping to Nigeria. An invoice was issued for the 2012 Highlander. I was giving 2 days to complete the payment.

I contacted my friend in Texas since I may not be able to complete a transfer from outside the US within that time. He agreed to make that payment for me within the US. He transfered  $7000 from his Bank of America account to Amerant Bank, with account name- Salvage King, and account # 1000037206. The balance I transfered from my TD Account in Canada. I was asked to wait for 2 weeks before the shipping.

I sent a picture of ML 350, 2013 with VIN # 4JGDA5JB5DA227255 to my sister in Nigeria. She requested that I go ahead and get it for her. I received an invoice and was giving a  limited time to make the payment. I went to my friend once again, he was able to make a transfer of $7100 from his account to the salvage King account above. He waited for me to transfer all the money to him before he sent a Zelle of $1032.50 to the email payments@salvage-king.com. I got an invoice that shows that payment has been completed for ML350.





I tried to get information from the company regarding the status of the Highlander I was informed had been shipped. I sent multiple messages to   Eric I was asked to contact Jenniffer for update. I was provided the phone #  +1 786-505-0795. Jenniffer spoke once with me and chatted with me a couple of times. I tried to send messages afterwards without any reply.

I have sent multiple messages for over two weeks now without any reply. I have called the phone numbers but no single response. Also, I used their email address, admin@salvage-king.com. It finally dawned on me that I have been a victim of a scam.





It will be appreciated if these guys can be apprehended. I have reported to my local RCMP here in Canada. It appears they can't do much considering the issues of juridiction. Im shocked that they have a bank account that is domicile in the US to which they use in defrauding people.

Below is information on their bank account:

Bank Name- Amerant Bank

Account Name: Salvage King

Wiring/ABA# 067010509

Swift Code: MNBMUS33XXX

Bank Address: 220 Alhambra Circle, Miami FL33134

Once again, It will be apprecxiated if these criminals are apprehended.

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