Let’s look at a common trait among people that are call fraudsters and scammers
1) They are usually very full of themselves
2) They tend to exaggerate (remember we mention that he even said he owns a copper mine) that’s exaggerating. And according to his accomplice they are looking to invest into a diamond mine as well.
3) Find excuses when they are unable to deliver (That’s very common especially when we look at the number of times he was hospitalized in a such a short time span)
4) The most common one will be asking for money (especially when they are away from their own home and need people to fund their expenses)
5) Say that they have funded something when there is actually nothing. This will be a very good example ” Let me pump up, Xxxx is now quiet because he knows about one deal that will be funded in Singapore when he saw the BCL from Russia and DBS is ready to go. So we need positive energy and commitment” quoted by James Jones 3rd March 2015 10:12pm
Nope that trade did not happen at all or my source would have known about it. Another made up story then.
6) Like to use big names to backed them up, example the using of World Bank.
By the way just to reiterate sources do not understand why they choose to issue such a letter instead of claiming their innocence through reimbursement. To most of my sources that’s is kind of a shady move to escape responsibilities and duties. Real business person would have refunded and walk away. Since they choose the hard way, my sources will be hard on them as well.
7) These people are also usually very smooth operators (As in they talk very well, allowing people to believe in them however, they are usually nothing but an empty shell)
We shall follow up very shortly with the emails that he send showing that he does have an intention of investing. Pulling out the big guns but it was all nothing but talk.