Crestlynn Escrow Services Scam

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Crestlynn Escrow Services Scam,

Crestlynn Escrow Services is operating a follow-on-fraud.  Investors are initially being contacted by phone to be told that Crestlynn Escrow Services is able to recover their investments.  The approach is then followed up by an email like this:

From: Peter McDowell
Sent: 
To:
Subject: Crestlynn Escrow Services

Good Afternoon [Name]

Further to your recent conversation with one of our advisors, we are pleased to confirm we are able to offer you a position in the upcoming Escrow Release, facilitated by Crestlynn Escrow Services.

Crestlynn Escrow Services acts in the interest of clients laden with the stress of the aftermath of company insolvencies, facilitating a route out of the market for investors. Alongside the agents we work with, we promote a culture of transparency in order to restore faith in the investment markets.

Please find below the link to our website for your perusal: http://crestlynnescrow.co.uk/

Please contact us should you have any further queries on 0203 026 5068.

Many Thanks

Peter McDowell
Accounts Manager

The content of this email is confidential and intended for the recipient specified in message only. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. If you received this message by mistake, please reply to this message and follow with its deletion, so that we can ensure such a mistake does not occur in the future.

Of dear. It’s strictly forbidden to share any part of his message with any third party, without a written consent of the sender. Never mind, we’ve done it now.

Now here’s the really interesting part which reinforces what we have believed for a long time.  We believe many of these follow-on-frauds originate from the same people operating from the same premises.  We don’t know why they choose to launch a series of follow-on-frauds all at the same time, but that is what they do.  For example, a few days ago we published this article on the Haras Investments scam SEE HERE.

The wording on the Crestlynn Escrow Services scam website is exactly the same as in the Haras Investments website.  Here’s the wording on both:

1. “Secure life’s biggest purchases, and the smaller ones too”.

2. “For dealing with someone you don’t know”.

3. “Verify the identity of all users”.

4. “Funds securely held in our patended vault”.

5. “We protect both sides of the transaction”.

6. “We help with any disputes”.

The Crestlynn Escrow Services scam domain name for its website was bought on 12th April this year.  The Haras Investments domain name was bought on 30th March this year.  There will be other scam websites out there with exactly the same wording and all published by the same people.

Anyone who is contacted by Crestlynn Escrow Services or any other “money is being held in escrow” fraudster can be 100% sure that it is a scam and must never give them any money.

 

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