"I left Your Money at The Courier Service"
or "Security Company" Scam
"Mr. Rev Dave Blair", "Rev Dave"
Mr. Rev Dave Blair (Frauder) > [GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE <info@globalcourier-delivery.firm.org.uk]

If you receive an email from Mr. Rev Dave Blair claiming they hadn't heard from you, or owed you money, and left it at "GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY {G.C.S.C}", and now you need to contact Rev Dave to recover the money; well, by now you should immediately recognize it as a scam.  Why would someone you don't know owe you a huge sum of money, and leave it at a "courier" or a "security company or "GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY {G.C.S.C}" and tell you to contact Rev Dave in order to retrieve?  It simply makes no sense.  You should immediately dismiss it as a scam.

However, if you really have a desire to be a victim, and are saying to yourself "but, but, but... what if I just forgot that I'm owed a huge sum of money, or maybe they got me by mistake and will still send me the money".  Well, first, we'll tell you that's just pathetic.

Next ask yourself why Rev Dave, who presumably works at "GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY {G.C.S.C}" is having you write to him at "eee". Shouldn't he have a real company address like "Rev Dave@GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY {G.C.S.C}.com" ?

Here are some other clues to the scam:

  • Pigeon English - Notice that as the scammer gets past the initial template email and must write free-form, how his grammar, spelling and basic sentence structure go straight in the toilet.  The scammers don't even know how to use spell checkers.  After all, this is a stupid, low-life criminal in the heart of Africa, who probably dropped out of school at age 5 to join a gang or militia. Obviously, real businesses proofread their emails; they look and read more professional.

  • Using free email account: The scammer is writing to you from a FREE email account (Yahoo, Hotmail, Excite, AIM, Gmail, etc.).  Don't you think a real organization would use its own email, its own domain and website?

  • "GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY {G.C.S.C}" - Have you ever heard of GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY {G.C.S.C}? What is it's website?  Why wasn't that in the email?

Actual scam reply email (One example - the scammers constantly change names, dates and addresses!):

From: Mr. Rev Dave Blair (Frauder) > [GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE <info@globalcourier-delivery.firm.org.uk]

First class delivery:48 hours


(cost of delivery)

Courier Charges: 200.00 pounds

Insurance: 200.00 pounds

Administrative: 130.00 pounds

Total: 530.00 pounds.

Note:The charges are a little high because of the insurance cover we have undertaken incase of loss,damage or theft of your highly sensitive consignment content. We assume all responsibilities incase of any eventualities.Global Company do not allow Cash on delivery(C.O.D) as all payment must be made in this office before shipment can commence.

Do confirm the delivery address and indicate your specified shipment option and send it to this office via, email. All orders not delivered within seven (7) working days from this communication, will lead to the return of the parcel.

Your satisfaction is our priority and we look forward to providing you the best of our quality service.Do have a wonderful day in anticipation to hearing from you ASAP.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. Rev  Dave Blair.



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If you have received it in error please delete it and immediately notify the sender.



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