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Notice of Reward ( condensed
and paraphrased )
The United States Postal Service offers
a reward up to the
amounts shown for information and services leading to the arrest
and conviction of any person for
the following offenses:
MONEY LAUNDERING up to $10,000
Mailing or causing to be mailed any money
which has been obtained illegally.
OFFENSES INVOLVING POSTAL MONEY ORDERS up
Theft or possession of stolen postal money
orders or any Postal Service equipment used to imprint money
orders; or altering, counterfeiting,
forging, unlawful uttering, or passing of postal money orders.
THEFT, POSSESSION, DESTRUCTION, OR OBSTRUCTION
OF MAIL up to $10,000
Theft or attempted theft of any mail, or
the contents thereof, or the theft of money or any other property
of the United States under the custody
and control of the United States Postal Service from any custodian,
postal vehicle, railroad depot, airport, or other transfer point,
post office or station or receptacle or depository established,
approved, or designated by the Postmaster General for the receipt
of mail; or destroying, obstructing, or retarding the passage
of mail, or any carrier or conveyance carrying the mail.
The United States Postal Service also offers
rewards as stated above for information and services leading
to the arrest and conviction of any person: (1) for being an
accessory to any of the above crimes; (2) for receiving or having
unlawful possession of any mail, money or property secured through
the above crimes; and (3) for conspiracy to commit any of the
Some restrictions and conditions apply!
Applications for rewards should be sought from the nearest Postal
Inspector where full requirement documentation is available.
Other rewards not specifically referred
to in this notice may be offered upon approval of the Chief Postal
Phony Corporate Cheques Ring
Sunday Adekolu may be living in the capital area while on the
lam from a Canada-wide warrant for fraud.
Adekolu, 49, is wanted by the OPP on charges of possession of
instruments of forgery, dangerous driving and failing to appear
in court. He is also wanted by Toronto police after he failed to
appear in court for a preliminary hearing after being charged with
28 counts of fraud exceeding $5,000 and conspiracy to commit fraud.
Police allege that Adekolu was part of an organized group involved
in the forging of business cheques in the Greater Toronto area.
The group operated by opening fraudulent accounts using false identification
and then depositing phony corporate cheques. Money was then withdrawn
using an ATM.
Adekolu is described as 5-foot-8 and 170 lbs. He may be using
the alias "George Alade" -- a name he was using when
a search warrant was executed on a Brampton house in which he was
living last year.
Anyone with information is asked to call Det.-Sgt. Dave Traux
of the OPP at 705-329-6405 or Det.-Const. Doug Robinson of the
Peel regional police at 905-453-3311, ext. 7335.
Texan Scammers -
Pictures and Description of Scams from the S
U.S. Most Wanted - links to law enforcement
POSTAL SERVICE DECISION Docket No. FOR 00-304
It was concluded, despite denials, that these entities were engaged
in conducting a scheme or device for obtaining money or property
through the mail by means of false representations in violation
of 39 U.S.C. §3005 false representation and lottery law.
INTERNATIONAL FRAUD SQUAD
2975 St-Charles, Suite 118
Kirkland, Quebec CANADA H9H 3B5
HOME SHOPPING NETWORK
553 Grand Blvd.
Ile Perrot, Quebec J7V 4X4
447 Place Datura
Ile Perrot, Quebec CANADA J7V 7K4
Their promotional materials falsely represent, directly or indirectly,
in substance and effect, whether by affirmative statements, implications
or omissions, that IFS is an independent legally established non-profit
entity; has an office physically located at the suite address listed
in the caption; and works with the United States Postal Inspection
Service and/or other police or law enforcement agencies to combat
Brunton-Guerard asserts that IFS is now "defunct" and
that he does not own Home Shopping Network (HSN). Although
the actual ownership of HSN is not clearly established, the evidence
does establish that it was operated at the same address and in
conjunction with other entities whose activities were controlled
by him and that its actions were inseparable from those entities.
He also denies having an ownership interest in Consumer Direct
International even though the Complaint did not make any allegations
Just Blowing Smoke
Sweetheart scam con artist posing as a tobacco litigation attorney, Joseph
E. Johnson, 32 year old white male, born 6/19/69
from Goldsboro, NC., 6'4" approx 300 lbs, was arrested in
Minneapolis, MN on 01/09/02
He posed as a tobacco litigation attorney for Phillip Morris,
and a partner in the firm of Barnes, Braswell, Haithcock and "Johnson" -
( this firm does exist, sans Johnson in Goldsboro, NC - contact
This man is extremely articulate, affable, but predatory and manipulative. He
attracts many of his victims via the internet, females only, with
e-mail addresses such as: attorney4play, litigator4play,
ncattorney, attorney4u2c, trialattorney at AOL or Hotmail.
He has been traced from Key West, NC, Cherry Hill, NJ, Philadelphia,
New Orleans, Corpus Christie, Houston, Playa del Carmen/Cancun
Mexico, Dallas, Albuquerque, NM, and lastly Las Vegas in Oct. '01. He
stays in Hyatt's & Marriott's, using credit cards stolen from
He is very engaging, gains the trust and confidence of females,
then steals credit card, checks and has the trusting victims cash
them for him against their accounts. Network of his
victims have conservatively estimated close to $100,000 in stolen
checks and credit card fraud, not to mention the emotional havoc
this predator has created.
George Alpizar, with the USPIS pursued and finally got a federal
arrest warrant for Johnson's arrest. If victimized by this
man contact 713-238-4473 daytime, 713-226-3600 emergency.
Friends No More
I am looking for Victor Lovatt, a slick, well dressed Englishman
with an English wife. He came into an auto business I was
working at. I hired him and we became friends ( I thought
After a year he persuaded me to open our own store, which we
did. Although everything was in my name, ( he had nothing
), he stole all monies, cars etc., forged signatures took my Identity
and then disappeared. I had to face the legal system for
something I was not involved in.
I know people like him don't stop. They just move on. If
anyone knows of him please let me know, I think he is in CA or
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