This post is an update to our original post about useless loan scammer Christian Djurit
This dumb scammer registered as a user on the blog to comment on our original post, threatening legal action if it wasn’t removed. We won’t be removing the post as we are 100% certain that it is a scam, but we welcome the dumb scammer’s legal action as we can always do with a good laugh.
Useless scammer Christian Djurit signed up on the site with the username “company lawyer”, but a quick check on Google shows that it is none other than the dumb scammer himself and he is clearly not a real lawyer:
- The email address that he used to register here (firstname.lastname@example.org) has previously been used to spam comment sections of blogs with the exact same type of loan scam that features in our original post.
- The scammer claims to be in the UK in his scam format, yet his “lawyer” registered from an IP address in Taiwan.
- No legitimate lawyer would communicate in such a manner, making an anonymous comment on a blog post. They would send a formal communication, stating who they are, with all their firm’s details.
Why are we so sure this is a scammer?
Our previous post gave a number of reasons why we know that Christian Djurit is just a useless scammer:
- It was sent to a business using the contact us form on their website, which is not something a legitimate lender would do.
- The email addresses used are a free Gmail address and one on a domain that was registered 3 months ago (at the date of the original post) by someone using a privacy service to hide their identity.
- The email address used by the spammer is totally different to those you are asked to reply to.
Here is yet more evidence that this is nothing more than a scam.
- The telephone number the “company” gives on their website (+447418368292) is a mobile phone number. No legitimate financial services company would use a mobile number as their main contact number.
- Their claimed address (22 Ariel Road, West Hampstead, London, NW6 2DY) is a residential property.
A quick check on the UK companies registration website shows that the company Alcon Management Company LTD does exist, but they are registered as a Real Estate Management company, with no involvement in loans, bank instruments or the various other services that the fake website claims to offer.