Sunday, May 29, 2011 Scam Targets eBay Sellers  FAKE FRAUD SCAM is yet another fraud escrow site targeting jewelry and watch sellers on eBay.
The other site these scammers are currently running is posted here:

eBay says "Important: Only use"
Read about using escrow on eBay's site:

Send complaints to:
These scammers have been using Concentric, XO Communications for YEARS.
If you have any information please email me:

Previous sites run by these same scammers include but are not limited to:
(see images and more data about the sites in those links)
Here is some of the "BS" scammers are telling intended victims:

    My address is:
    Street: Rue Didot no. 35
    City: Paris, Zip 75014
    Country: France
    I now wait for you to register at the escrow company and
  start the transaction. I will accept it and transfer the money now.
    I will transfer $ for the shipping as well because the costs
    to send it express by UPS or FEDEX are somewhere around
  there .
    Also i will pay for the full insurance of the bracelet
  during  transport at the escrow company.
    If you need any help or information let me know.
    I wait for your message asp.
    Thank you

 I want to talk about all the details of the deal  before i make the purchase on ebay.
      I am ready to make the payment and i want to finalize the transaction as soon as possible. I suggest we use a company of insurance escrow that will assure the protection and safety of the business.
      Did you manage until now a transaction through an escrow company?   In my transactions i have always used  companies that cover the product and the money ,so in this case we are both
 100% protected and secure.
      If you agree i will support all the costs involved in the transaction,the fees and shipping costs to
   Paris(France).And also i will pay for the full insurance during the transport.
      Thank you and i wait for your answer asp
Additional support
France Office 2013
17, Place Carnot Lyon France 69202
PHONE/ +0033 7 86 05 12 65

Here are some images of the fake site:

Oh! what a tangled web we weave When first we practise to deceive! Sir Walter Scott NEVER use instant payment services like Western Union or MoneyGram to buy items on the internet


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