MORE EMAILS ON BEHALF OF LIBERTYRESERVE

Updated: 04/27/2011 10:05
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The popularity of a payment processor LibertyReserve makes swindlers use its name for their fraudulent affairs. If you have been an online investors...

The popularity of a payment processor LibertyReserve makes swindlers use its name for their fraudulent affairs. If you have been an online investors for a long time, I'm sure you received hundreds of phishing emails on behalf of LibertyReserve. They keep being sent out which means that there are still people out there who follow instructions given in those emails and who believe that this is actually LR team that sends them out. We keep warning about such cases but unfortunately there aren't so many investors who regularly read news and keep abreast. Therefore we need your help in spreading such news and warnings.

The latest emails on behalf of LibertyReserve inform that LR has made considerable progress and improvement. It has become the leading e-currency and its services are being improved continuously. And then there is an offer to get 150% after 7 days:

“GET 150% RETURN IN 7 DAYS! This opportunity will not last long, so you must react quickly. Deposits are accepted until 28. April 2011. 00:00 (GMT), which means that you have about 31 hours to make a deposit in case you are interested in this offer. One unit in this special program is worth 100 US dollars. The minimal deposit is 1 unit ($100), while the maximum deposit is 1000 units ($50000) per member.”

Then they give instructions where to send money and promise that payouts are guaranteed :) By the way, you should hurry up to send your money to swindlers because it is a limited time offer!

Actually it is the second way of such emails. We informed about the first one on March 17 in this news. I also posted a full version of those emails on our forum here (This link used to lead to a forum, it is no longer relevant). Well, this time the emails are absolutely identical except for the date and the cost of one unit which is $100 this time and used to be $50.

Be careful and never follow any instructions in an email, even if it seems to be from a real sender. Always confirm such information on official websites and contact admins. Do not let them fool you!


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Brett Sherpan has been working for seven years writing and editing for online and print media. He has held various editing and copywriting positions and can quickly and competently write copy for sales, marketing and editorial content. Brett is a consistently dependable team player, who thrives in a high-pressure environment, enjoying the challenges of meeting deadlines and am comfortable researching, writing and editing on a wide range of topics
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