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This ‘Ukraine Scammer’ operates by selling Nembutal for an initial €/$500 then insisting on a further payment of €/$500 for ‘refundable insurance’. In contrast to other fraudsters, this scammer is sophisticated. They will provide you with a tracking number that you lodge at a dubious freight website called http://www.speedyexpressint.com
The tracking number will show the passage of a parcel that is being held at Donetsk International Airport, pending the payment of ‘refundable insurance’. If a purchaser refuses to pay the extra $500, the situaation could turn ugly.
Exit has learned of one incident where, following an argument, the would-be purchaser was told ‘our company is big and legit with about three lawyers working with our firm because what we are doing is an international trade’. When an accusation of extortion was made, the scammer replied:
Did you ever experience witchcraft in your life? and do you want to experience it? You dare with me, I talk with my Indian guy and we put you in deep pain right now. Just dare it ... Hope you read my last email. If it rings a bell in your head then you must be very careful at this moment as its now getting off hand. I can put you in greater pain for your whole life.
The take-home message from this ugly side of Nembutal over the Internet is that you need to be extremely careful.