Fake Invoice

Your business may receive a letter or invoice in which you will be asked to pay so your company name appears in a fake trade directory or to renew your website domain name. Or maybe the scammer will directly phone you to ask you to confirm the details of a booking or insists that you have ordered some goods or services. This fraud takes the advantage that the administrative person doesn’t know if those services or products have been requested and pays them the money.

By usurping the identity of official organisms or people, many scam artists manage to extort money from companies by tricking them into paying for
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This scam comes straight from one of our own at Scamadviser who received this via email. Name/Email address: akira@e-pcs.co.jp Subject line:
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