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Complaint Review: Tufan Moussavi - the Prince of STO CAZZO - Scammer - Dubai Dubai

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A Buzzfeed investigation has reconstructed the contours of a scam that saw a small group of Emirates pay a few thousand dollars to an imaginative Italian-Iranian residing in Dubai, in exchange for some documents that should have compromised an oil tycoon.
The documents were supposed to certify a robust cash flow in favor of a large oil group on the fringes of a deal with EXXON, of which Rex Tillerson was chief executive at the time, now head of the State Department, the US Foreign Ministry. . American buyers fell for it in full and then tried to pass this "proof" of billionaire tricks to the newspapers, which instead did not fall for it.
The source of the document is this Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi - Independent Consultant ... of Imperia, Italy residing in Dubai, alias Prince Tufan Moussavi of Stocazzo, an imaginative entrepreneur of himself who presents himself as CEO of everything and business partner of principles everywhere. (all balls of course, dreams of this ridiculous being), collector of million dollar Luxury Cars (which exist in the photos he takes on the net) and owner of equally co-glued luxurious homes. Even the noble title appears to be of dubious attribution, given that his name does not exist in any world noble register.
His business brokerage firm in Dubai is alternately presented as operating in the finance, oil and commodities, credit and even aviation and luxury sectors, but it seems to be fairly certain that even that exists only in the plethora of sites and web pages built by the subject to be accredited. Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi is very active in self-promotion on the net, although it must be said that grammar and syntax, Italian and English, are not among the arrows in his bow and everything suffers.





They are not the only pages that mention him, there are also pages and channels that seem to belong to people who are angry with him and who complain of being scammed or who explicitly accuse him of being dedicated to falsifying bank documents and much more.
It was therefore not difficult to investigate and conclude that the subject did not represent the utmost reliability. Moreover, Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi was not born today, already in 2008 at a young age he rose to the news because his phantom company had made an offer for the purchase of precious stones that were only found in his dreams.
Even at the time, everything relied on a series of documents which later turned out to be false.
As often happens, the desire to believe in the coup must have blinded the unwary Americans who, according to Buzzfeed, took home "documents" of J.P. Morgan bogus and made in Dubai and surroundings. Documents of which Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi justified possession as a self-styled intermediary of the alleged deal, in fact there is also his signature on the documents. The clear clues listed above were not enough, it seems that in the course of the negotiation Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi conveniently dropped from an initial request of two to three hundred thousand dollars to just nine thousand (better than nothing), obviously to be collected in cash. Probably less than what his customers spent on airline tickets to go back and forth across the Atlantic to complete the deal.

Speaking of real facts, this ridicule leaves accounts open in every hotel and restaurant around the world, using fake IDs and running away before checking out.

Prepaid cards are his battle weapons and a lot of instagram https://www.instagram.com/thisistufan/ 

Dear visitors, beware of braggart! TUFAN is always on the prowl!

Un’inchiesta di Buzzfeed ha ricostruito i contorni di una truffa che ha visto un piccolo gruppo di Emirati pagare qualche migliaio di dollari a un fantasioso Italo-Iraniano residente a Dubai, per avere in cambio alcuni documenti che avrebbero dovuto compromettere un magnate del Petrolio.
I documenti avrebbero dovuto certificare un robusto passaggio di denaro a favore di un grosso gruppo petrolifero ai margini di un affare con la EXXON, della quale all’epoca era chief executive Rex Tillerson, ora a capo del Dipartimento di Stato, il ministero degli Esteri americano. Gli acquirenti americani ci sono cascati in pieno e hanno poi provato a passare questa «prova» d’intrallazzi miliardari ai giornali, che invece non ci sono cascati.
La fonte del documento è tale Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi - Consulente indipendente … di Imperia, Italy residente a Dubai, alias Prince Tufan Moussavi of Stocazzo, un fantasioso imprenditore di se stesso che si presenta come CEO di tutto e business partner di principi di ogni dove ( tutte palle ovviamente,, sogni di questo ridicolo essere), collezionista di Auto di Lusso da milioni di dollari (che esistono nelle foto che prende in rete) e proprietario di lussuose dimore ugualmente copincollate. Anche il titolo nobiliare appare di dubbia attribuzione, visto che non esiste il suo nome in nessun registro nobiliare mondiale.
La sua società a Dubai di intermediazioni di affari è alternativamente presentata come operante nei settori della finanza, del petrolio e delle commodities, del credito e persino dell’aviazione e del lusso, ma pare si possa dire con discreta certezza che anche quella esiste solo nella pletora di siti e pagine web costruite dal soggetto per accreditarsi. Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi è molto attivo nell’auto-promuoversi in rete, anche se c’è da dire che grammatica e sintassi, italiane e inglesi, non sono tra le frecce al suo arco e il tutto ne risente.

Non sono le uniche pagine che lo citano, ci sono anche pagine e canali che sembrano appartenere a persone arrabbiate con lui e che lamentano di essere truffate o che lo accusano esplicitamente dì essere dedito alla falsificazione di documenti bancari e molto altro.
Non era quindi difficile indagare e concludere che il soggetto non rappresentasse il massimo dell’affidabilità. Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi peraltro non nasce oggi, già nel 2008 in giovane età assurse alle cronache perché la sua fantomatica società aveva avanzato un’offerta per l’acquisto di Pietre preziose che si trovavano solo nei suoi sogni.
Anche all’epoca tutto si appoggiava a una serie di documenti che poi si rivelarono falsi.
Come spesso accade, la voglia di credere nel colpaccio deve aver accecato gli incauti americani che, secondo quando appurato da Buzzfeed, si sono portati a casa «documenti» della J.P. Morgan farlocchi e made in Dubai e dintorni. Documenti di cui Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi ha giustificato il possesso in quanto sedicente intermediario del presunto affare, sui documenti infatti c’è anche la sua firma. Non bastassero i chiari indizi elencati sopra, pare che nel corso della trattativa Tufan Moussavi Al Gharavi sia sceso convenientemente da una richiesta iniziale di due-trecentomila dollari ad appena novemila (meglio che niente), da riscuotere ovviamente in contanti. Probabilmente una cifra inferiore a quanto hanno speso i suoi clienti nei biglietti aerei per fare avanti e indietro sull’Atlantico per portare a termine l’affare.

Parlando invece di fatto reali, questo ridicolo lascia conti aperti in ogni hotel e ristoranti del mondo, usando falsi documenti e scappando prima del check out.

Carte prepagate sono le sue armi di battaglia e tanto instagram https://www.instagram.com/thisistufan/ 

Gentili visitatori, state attenti ai millantatori ! il TUFAN è sempre all’agguato !

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Spam and fake news

AUTHOR: Tufan - (Italy)

POSTED: Tuesday, September 28, 2021

 https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/kenbensinger/how-donald-trumps-enemies-fell-for-a-billion-dollar-hoax  Here is the original article from 5 years ago all around the web that has been taken out and changed with my name and personal information. There is also the Italian version also from 5 years ago with highlights to original documents and pictures.

https://www.google.it/amp/s/mazzetta.wordpress.com/2017/03/16/la-toto-truffa-italiana-ai-nemici-di-trump/amp/ 

Police report has been made and investigation is on the way. We have also original documents with passport copies in hands of the police. The article is about Mr. Luigi Forino. Alisa LOUIS FORINO alias Baron LOUIS Forino a very well know scammer and imposter as you find articles from 2014, 2010 and so on and so on http://baronlouisforinofraud.blogspot.com/2014/07/baron-louis-forino-big-fraud-to-loan.html?m=1 

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