George williams dating scammer

The ONLY way (if you arent a huge well known long established gold company) is to meet face to face and do it yourself, but clearly highly risky!

We estimate that for every deal we get, greater than 99.9% of ALL deals do NOT pass our verification procedures.

Check the incorporation date of the company, size, website, directors, previous dealings in the industry, etc.

Or alternatively get us to do it for you, we are one of the largest buyers in Africa and have a proven track record, why go anywhere else and risk it?

We received an offer recently with SKR, passport copies, bank documents, export licences and full mandate authorisation. Fortunately we knew the bullion officer in question to check at source.

Some form of bank MT103, SBLC, BG or escrowed funds.

Buyers using trumped up companies and documents pretending to be large multi billion dollar conglomerates when in truth its a dealer looking to flip the deal using his range of contacts in social networking sites like linked in.

The ways to avoid this are to thoroughly do your research on the buyer, ignore anything on a social network site.

A non exhaustive list of the main culprits we get time and time again. Look for variation on the names, its still the same people, trust our vast experience.

LATEST SCAM October 2017: or is a fake company offering SBLC issuance and pretending to be the World Gold Council.

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