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still at it---new name--- again
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 9/7/2009 8:25:07 AM

By: Only Help

They are now working under a new name. Interpol has their picutres and information from yesterday. It is the only help. Contact your nearest Interpol office with all the information you have.

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/16/2009 8:03:43 AM

By: surprise!!--you are not invisible

OK folks.. Who has info who the broker is for the new scam venture in Cheqz republic. We know TYK was there several weeks ago, posing as what company???, but going as Gary Yan for his name. I truly believe Craig is still involved due to the fact the FBI states he is out of the country at present. Come on, lets open up and shut these scammers down. The lady that answered the phone at the hotel said they were having meetings all week.. Someone has to know who and what they were promoting.

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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 8/10/2009 7:11:42 AM

By: watching carefully

Albert has gone from Albert Shen, to Jason Waung, to his latest of Gary Yan. They are now trying to suck in people in the Chex Republic. They were just there 2 weeks ago. Want to know where they stayed at?? The time is getting close for extermination of these maggots.


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