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Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish)

Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish)

case number 70032-234/7

Mr. Gary Strong pictures have been stolen by 419 AFFF West Africa, for romance, and online fraud scammers who are impersonating you; using your stolen photos to financially scam online users.

These images have been located using face  detection software, currently over 50 businesses globally have been traced using your profile pictures. Court action process presiding judge getting court decree excusing you from the frauds committed using these images. We are tracking all users of these images used and will conduct further research.

The reason your pictures are post on this forum is because one of the victims asked us to help identify if the pictures are stolen by processing a reverse image search to find result if the photos have been reported as “USED BY SCAMMER” and verify if she is in contact with a 419 online scammer. So the victim can report the scammer and request the fake social media account be deleted by the website or IM apps administrators. The photos are also added in our Scammer Photo Album Gallery for the public to be aware and alert if a scammer does attempt to contact our readers, they can propmtly report the scammer to the site administrators, so they can ban the impostor and delete the fake social media accounts.

The scam victim who recieved such request sent us a picture used to contact her on a social media website, then invited the victim to continue exchanges on Google Hangouts, and SKYPE.

(View some of the attachments where the stolen photos are reported as scammer. Also see where the photos appear in social media websites and Instant Messaging apps.)

Google Reverse Image Search provided the; multiple pages of about 5,200,000,000 results.

There are over 8 million scammers surfing the net targeting people and leaders like yourself for your identity. Circulating innocent photo victim pictures, it is impossible to delete from the internet. They are most likely surfing the dark web.

If anyone contacts you directly, please divert them to this message.

If anyone has any further concerns. Contact your State Office of Privacy Protection

Is Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) a scam?
Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) legit?
First Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish)’s consumers?
There is/are 1 review(s) posted about Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) located?
Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) is located at 2221 E Lamar Blvd #900, Arlington, TX 76006, USA. You can contact Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish) by dialing N/A or visit their website N/A before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish)’s customers?
According to the report(s), US N/A was the total loss incurred by Gary Strong – Stolen Identity – (Catfish)’s customers.

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  1. South Africa

    Data Breach

    South Africa August 21 2020
    On Wednesday 19 August 2020 news broke that Experian, a consumer, business and credit information service agency suffered a significant data breach which exposed personal information of approximately 24 million South Africans and 793,749 business entities to a suspected fraudster. This is one of the largest ever data breaches experienced in South Africa. According to Experian, the fraudster posed as a legitimate client resulting in information being provided.

    While banks maintain that the bank accounts of individuals and businesses are not at risk, the information obtained by criminals could be used to impersonate individuals or result in confidential information being provided by unsuspecting consumers.

    Experian has confirmed that the data breach was reported to law enforcement and the appropriate regulatory authorities. The prosecution of cybercrime in South Africa is primarily regulated by the Electronic Communications Act 25 of 2002 (“the ECTA”) and the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity and Related Matters Bill, which is yet to be enacted (“the Cybercrime Bill”). In this regard the ECTA and the Cybercrime Bill are to be read in conjunction with South African common law, where applicable. South Africa is still in its infancy years in developing its cybercrime regulatory framework and the extent to which regulators seek to take any further action is yet to be determined.

    Herbert Smith Freehills LLP – Cameron Dunstan-Smith and Jenalee Harrison

Reviews:1
Reported Loss :0 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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