Scott Kaesemeyer

Request me to be his beneficiary after knowing him for 2 months

I have known him from PPW site for about 2 months. He said he is a Navy Captain doing Peacekeeping in Afghanistan.

Need me to be his beneficiary for his funds that he had saved in Goldfields Security Company in US branch at 2732, Southwest, FWY, Houston Tx by 4th November 2019.

I sense that there is something amiss with his stories but he is adamant about it.

The email address of the company:

[email protected]

Please asisst me in this matter. And to stop him from scamming others if he is a scammer.

 

Is Scott Kaesemeyer a scam?
Scott Kaesemeyer 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 Scott Kaesemeyer legit?
First Scott Kaesemeyer 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 Scott Kaesemeyer’s consumers?
There is/are 4 review(s) posted about Scott Kaesemeyer and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Scott Kaesemeyer located?
Scott Kaesemeyer is located at 2732 Southwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77098, USA. You can contact Scott Kaesemeyer 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 Scott Kaesemeyer’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $2000 was the total loss incurred by Scott Kaesemeyer’s customers.

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4 reviews on Scott Kaesemeyer

  1. Gene

    Someone stole photos from his real accounts and has been using them to scam folks for awhile with fake profiles and inflated increase in military ranks. NCIS and the FBI are aware, please file a complaint with either agency.
    https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us
    https://www.ncis.navy.mil

    1. Sheri

      John Marshall is the name he gave me

      I was just emailed this photo. The man who sent it said his name was John Marshall and is in Afghanistan on a peacekeeping mission. I had a feeling I needed to reverse search the photo and found this site. I started chatting with him on words with Friends.

  2. Jo Anne Pye

    Scott Kaesermeyer aka John Wilson aka ??

    Well to you hes Scott..to me John Wilson.. Same face different photos.Unreal! I did reverse image search both pics have the name john wilson as one of alias’s. But think thru reverse image search dicovered real person whom stole his photos!High rank in Navy but in Baghdad Iraq for 3 years now. Divorced 2 kids and retiring soon! He loves me so much..lol..only a little over a month ive talked to him first Words With Friends then asked me to move to Hamgouts..more secure..again lol..hangouts is a known romance scammers haven I’ve heard and read!! Whom ever behind this needs to be stopped!!This is awful!! Not sure if man in pic is the s ammer but i think maybe not. Have another name Gerzon comes up when search photos hmm.Email me if i can help as i have a mom 80 yrs with alzheimers at home i care for and work. Thanks for listening lets stop him!!

  3. CHARLOTTE KAESEMEYER

    This was a false profile made by a scammer. I am a relative and can voucher this was a false profile.

    This a a family member of mine and I am not convinced he is aware of this claim made against him. He has never ask family for help. He has never encountered needing help as a serviceman. He would never expect nor ask for help like this claim states as he has never needed to. Be is not a scam and would never need to ask anything of this sort. Please remove this.

  4. CHARLOTTE KAESEMEYER

    He has never attempted anything if this sort. Someone used his picture and picture to scam people. This is false and is not done by him. Please recant accusations.

    I have seen thousands of false profiles of people posing as servicemen, and I have worked with retired servicemen for over 13 years whom I have shown profiles such as this to… And each ans every one they said was fake. Please report profiles such as this and do not ever give private info, never give bank info, NEVER SEND THEM PICS! US Service Members would NEVER ask for anything nor be online asking to meet people.

Reviews:4
Reported Loss :2000 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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