Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti

Legit scammer

I met him personally while i was in Jordan. He said he has an investment company in HK and South Africa with his friends. After summer he went in Cambodia to start a casino business as what he told me… Chatting everyday on details bout his business…then he askede f im still interested to invest,he s really good n talking that i believed…i put on $1,000 to start up,he said after 100days i can hve my ROI..after a few month h messaged me his bank acct was been frozen n cambodia cos they didn’t abide d law of doing business n there its about d casino…he told me he needs $700 to pay d processing fee to solv his problem…and still i believed him and sent d money.. after 2weeks he told me he will send bck d money he owed me,he asked for my info details to send it thru western…i waited d nxt day…nothing..i msg him he nver answered anymore…i tried calling his cambodia number unreachable. I even search d address that he gave me,it was a hotel…i called d front desk nd ask bout him..she said no guest under that name..maybe for other people $1,700 s just a small amount but for me as a housemaid its a big amount already.

Is Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti a legit?

Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 1 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti located?

Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti is headquarted at KH. You can contact Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti by dialing N/A or visit their website N/A.

How much monetary loss is incurred by Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti’s customers?

According to Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti’s customers, a monetary loss of US $1700 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is extremely low.

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1 Reviews on Hesham Yasser Mohammed Hunaiti

  1. A master manipulator - crypto scam

    He passes off as a crypto millionaire with a mansion in Spain, befriending you and acting as if he can help you in the crypto market.

    He’ll start by slowly gaining your trust, not asking you for money at first but by telling you that he can teach you about crypto, then offering you “opportunities” as in: “if you help me find crypto-cash selling points, I’ll give you a percentage of my deal.”

    That’s how he lures you in for a few months. Then he’ll offer you an NFT deal he can make on your behalf to “thank you for your efforts.”

    He first said he would use his own money and then send you the profits, and then at the last minute, he changed his mind saying it’s your investment, so you’ll have to send the one.

    That’s the red flag! You send him the money for your investment, and he promises you’ll get x amount of profit because he put everything under contract with the buyer.

    Once he has your money, he’ll wait a bit and inform you that the people who bought the NFT don’t want to pay him, but his lawyers are on the case.

    That thing drags on for months. Then, he informs you that he’s going through a divorce, and all of his bank and crypto accounts are frozen. Another few months drag.

    Yet, he still makes you believe he’s going to pay you back, telling you he’ll ask his friends and then a company he worked on a project for to at least reimburse you for your investment.

    I have never seen my money. I am sending you a fake receipt of the company sending him the money transfer but got blocked because of the war in Ukraine – according to him. Then zero response for almost three months.

    I sent him a message, and he finally replied: “Give me three more days, I’ll send you back your money. I promise.” he texted on WhatsApp (our only means of communication). That was ten days ago, and since then, he has never replied to my messages.

    All of that scam got dragged over nine months. I lost 3000 dollars. To this day, I don’t know why he chose to target honest, hardworking people with low income and why he dragged this out for that long.

    Beware, crypto is a new market, and there are so many scammers even if you initially met them in person. He travels a lot and picks his victims in different countries.

    I have a copy of his passport and one of his wives if you want to double-check his identity and report him to the authorities.

    1. Hi I’m a victim of this guy can you please send me his passport if yes please contact me urgently

Reviews: 1
Reported Loss : 1700 $
Severity : Extremely Low
Reported by : Anonymous
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