Big scam - beware

Old 02-07-2019, 07:44 PM
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I have just dealt with a very nice person that looked me up by my face book account and reached out to me because they thought I scammed them out of there money. This all started back in August last year when I answered an add on racing junk about a blower I wanted to buy. I received a response from the add with a phone number. I called the person and discussed the purchase. He sounded great. I told him I don't send money for anything unless I see the parts in front of me which led me to ask about doing the transaction via cash on delivery. He wanted to consult his attorney about how this could work. I said sure. He got back to me saying he wants me to send a selfie of me holding my drivers license so he has an idea of who he is dealing with. He also asked for a bill showing a second proof of address. I agreed to send a picture of me only and asked he send one of him to me. He did so I sent him mine. After much promise that the blower was on the way, I hadn't received a tracking number as promised. I called him back the next day and he said he hasn't made it to send yet but will get it going. That was the end of him taking my calls after . I texted him a couple times with no response for the next week or so. He did text back once after a couple weeks saying he's finally getting it sent. That was the last time I heard from him. Oh well. Didn't want to COD I guess. Well, about 2-3 months later, I received a face book message asking if I had parts for sale on racing junk. I replied no. Not thinking to muck of it. End of that until this last Tuesday when I received another FB message from the person I mentioned at first. They were very threatening saying they wanted there money back they paid for a procharger set up and had my info to prove to the police and were even going to come to my house to confront me about it. I replied back telling them I don,t know what their talking about and how I felt I almost got scammed awhile back. I ended up calling them and speaking to her and her husband. They apparently sent a down payment ($2500) for the pro charger and haven't heard back from the company except they did get a picture of me (the one I sent with my license) showing I was the person responsible. They also sent me a link to the companies website showing me as a co-founder office manager. There is a big list of people I believe he scammed and got there pictures from claiming there employees. One of the people listed was the founder of the company that was the picture he originally sent me when I asked for proof. I'm sure this person was scammed also.I just want everyone to know about this scam and website. Here is the link to there bogus cover up.

https://www.24hourautoservicing.com/contact.html

You can go there and see the people listed under "meet the staff" icon. There I'm listed. They also have engines and parts for sale that are the same ones on racing junk. Please be aware of this scam. Here is a list of the people they have listed.




Johnson I. Aiden


Founder and Manager

Studied in Europe and ASIA


ASE Certified Master L1 Technician
18 years experience in the automotive business






Justin L. Carnaggio


1st Co-founder and Office Manager

Studied Business management






Kevin A Wayde


2nd Co-founder and Office Manager

Studied Business management






Recio Sergio


Technician in formation

Legend car Race Driver




Mathew E. Ford


Office Secretary 1





Ma Xingyuan


Office Secretary 2





Gutridge H. Marie


Financial Secretary/ Customer Service





Lizp M. Stanley

Assistant Financial Secretary




Phillip S. Moronzi

2nd Assistant Financial Secretary




Bert Webster

Certified technician




Sean Owen

Certified technician




Thomas Lopez

Certified technician




Grady Williamson

Certified technician




Frankie Payne

Certified technician




Harvey Lamb

Certified technician





Paula Neal
Certified technician





Ramiro Gobin

Certified technician




Rudolf Meals

Certified technician




Royce Winkle

Certified technician




Quentin Hepner

Certified technician




Deon Fortino

Certified technician




Louis Cottone

Certified technician




Josh Hoggatt

Certified technician

I'm filing a federal Internet fraud case about this site and hope anyone else scammed or listed wrongly will too. Here's the link for that:

https://www.usa.gov/stop-scams-frauds









I'm so sorry if anyone got scammed thinking it was me or anyone else on that site. Feel free to reach out to me if you have and I will discuss of course.

Be careful out there. The internet is great but also terrible at the same time.

Kevin Azar

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Old 02-08-2019, 04:20 AM
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Someone posted up this same place a while back, the website was a obvious fraud, look at the lettering on the truck and a couple of the business pictures. make sure you report this to RJ
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Old 03-05-2019, 08:13 PM
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Thumbs down I am also a victim of 24hourautoservicing.com.

I answered an add on Racing Junk for a 2014 Camaro LSA engine. Add it still up as of today. I wired money for this engine plus shipping. Then I got an email from Express Courier Freight Logistics saying that insurance was required to ship the engine and I needed to send them that money. I tried making a payment for insurance on their website but I got several replies saying my card could not be verified. I have found other mentions of a similar scam by these people. I visited their website and under the "store" tab I also found an add for this engine still up. Several other engines, blowers, and race cars were listed for sale. I would avoid this bunch of scammers. I sent a wire transfer and am out $8500. Price was too good to be true. AVOID 24hourautoservicing.com, Express Courier Freight Logistics, and Top Dermal Fillers LLC - they are apparently involved as well. You can find similar results on Scamguard.com for this bunch of swindlers. BTW - I received a message today that the seller was going to the shipper to straighten things out. Yeah, right!

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Old 09-04-2019, 01:00 AM
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I have been desperately looking for a used blower kit for my BBC that fits my budget and came across 24hourautoservicing.com. Looked fake so I searched them on the BBB and then found this through google. I decided to dig a little deeper to see if I could find the owner of the website and below is the registered owner of the site. I don't know if the info is correct, could be fake as well but I figured why not post it up here in case it connects some dots for someone. Here ya go:

Wesley Robertson
1820 Sandstone Dr
Las Vegas
Nevada
89161
1-757-204-6647
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Old 09-19-2019, 03:25 PM
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It is a scam and nothing but a scam. I have already gotten one of them arrested in Virginia and I have all the documentation to prove what I am saying. His real name was Mbah Milton Mbah.
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