Sean O'Bryan

Internet/Advance Fee Fraud

  1. Provide accurate and reliable information to victims and potential victims #Advise and support those who have been scammed
  2. Warn people about fraud on the internet
  3. Help people protect themselves against scammers
  1. Advance fee fraud, also called 419 scams – scams promising a large sum of money (such as a bequest, charitable donation, investment, unclaimed bank account) or a valuable consignment (trunk boxes or consignments of cash, gold, or black money)
  2. Charity scams
  3. Check scams, particularly those used in auctions and online selling, or job offers and employment scams
  4. Fake banks and fake escrow sites
  5. Lottery scams
  6. Love scams
  7. Money recovery scams

I will not and never will ask for banking information.The only cost involved is the phonecall.


I supply information to several bank,police agencies and Antifraud groups

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Media: Audio Call, Video Call

Local Time: (GMT+00:00) March 31, 2020, 03:16PM


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