Hello, This Is BP From Listing Above I Would Like To Make A C
Complaint 237460 Details

  • Date Occurred: 12/03/2014
  • Reported Damages: $1,500.00
  • Location: New YOrk - Federal Reserve Bank - the person impersonates Mr. Ben Be
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Hello, this is BP from listing above

I would like to make a complaint - about more than one scam that has hit me - both of them are at least $1,000 each or more- and I wonder if I can get my money back - AARP contacted me and sent me a check for $13.28 - something about someone frauded me - this is a wild story below - and probably hard to believe for anyone in America - but I have to tell you about it - as it is quite scary. and, I have been threatened by telephone calls - by thugs calling me.

The phone number was 516-345-8972 - I still have the pictures of the web-site - it is the Federal Reserve Bank- and its president - Mr. Ben Bernanke - and I was so impressed that he was going to take care of my fund that I was receiving from another country - and had been working on for several years - he was going to transfer it to my bank account - I had a representative in the other country who had done the negotiating to get my fund to me - the web site was as I said - the Federal Reserve Bank - and they gave me a membership number and they gave me a numbered code to get into my transfer and they gave me the account number of my bank account number. It was Mr. Ben Bernanke that was calling me at that number I gave you, from New York. - He helped me get into my account and to prepare the transfer to my own banking account in the state where I live in the Northwest corner of the U.S. but the first hang up was that after I typed in all the code numbers he gave me, the computer stopped the transfer at 42% - and would not go any further, and then he told me that I needed a C.O.T. code and I would have to pay $500 to get that code and pay it to the bank - he gave me where to send the money - well I live on a limited income - as my very ill husband being ill for five years now - my retirement money has been wiped out and I live paycheck to paycheck of my Soc. Security. So I had to borrow the money from a loan shark - and when I had accomplished that on a payday loan I sent it to him. After I sent that $500 then I tried to transfer again on the web site and it stopped at 56% and the supposedly Mr. Bernanke told me that I needed another Certificate called a TAX Code - and the bank would have to get the numbers to me on that - and they would need another $500 - and so - I could not make another loan so I sent my living expense money to him - and then, I tried transfering again and this time it stopped short at 96% complete transfer! And again - he said he needed more money for another certificate to close. Well, - I had to wait a month until my next pay day to pay him - but I fainted when he gave me the charge of $4,970.00 - almost $5,000!!! - That is when I called my representative and told him what happened and he pulled the account back to his country - and preceded to send the money into my account another way - through the bank that was assigned by bank officials - and that way of getting the money into my account did not work either.
I had the representative look into the matter and had him report the information to the F.B.I. authorities - and the representative told me that he had been doing this scam for 11 years - and had an authentic web site that was a copy of the Federal Reserve Bank's web site. So, he has all this elaborate false web site that looks and performs like a real web site and is impersonating Mr. Ben Bernanke. You may not believe me - but this is the honest truth - and now this guy is still after me and calls occasionally on my pay day - and made a threat a few days ago against me - left a message on the telephone -as I recognized the 516 prefix and did not pick up the phone. After I heard the message, I blocked the telephone number - and that was: 516-288-1515. My screen told me that it was a call from New York. (Federal Reserve Bank).!! They owe me at least $1,500.00 - that is one of the scams where I lost so much money - I will tell you about the other one, another time - when I have time to write.

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  • Complaints Filed: 93
  • Reported Damages: $98,735.32
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