Beijing Police Announce Capture Of Criminal Mobile Messaging Gang

By Editor
December 02, 2005

Beijing Police have detained nine suspects who are members of an illegal wireless short message sending organization called “Xiao Hai”.

Local media report that the suspects include a person surnamed Zou who has been involved in organizing homosexual prostitution and Wang Wenbin who police say is guilty of bank fraud.

Meanwhile, the Beijing Municipal Public Security Department and Communications Administration have jointly announced the termination of 131 phone numbers that were used to send pornographic and illegal messages.

Deputy director of Beijing Municipal Public Security Department Hong Yuan says that Beijing Police have aimed at five types of illegal behaviors, namely, organizing prostitution through SMS; spreading pornographic information via the Internet; cheating consumers in the name of banks or China Union Pay; smuggling guns, ammunition, explosives, fake cash, or counterfeit invoices; and teaching people to commit a crime.

Beijing police have acquired a black list record of more than 500 handsets both inside and outside of Beijing and they are currently tracking down those suspects.

  1. #1 by Andy wong on March 17th, 2007 - 6:42 am

    hello can anyone give me the beijing police phone number please. i need help.

  2. #2 by Diana Jarosz on May 5th, 2007 - 4:31 am

    I am trying to find the phone number to the Beijing Police Department. Anyone can help me??????/PLEASE

  3. #3 by Tamma on May 8th, 2007 - 5:17 am

    Are you crazy? listen to what you are asking, its like asking for the phone number of the pope. What do you want to do – call them? wake up. this is China!

  4. #4 by david E Smith on July 11th, 2007 - 12:28 am

    hi i need the number to the Beijing Police Department .Please help

  5. #5 by Peter Howells on August 1st, 2007 - 2:43 pm

    I require a email address for Beijing Police as I need to report a possible International scam where a so called company takes your money for goods and does not deliver, they have excusses every time, I have bank details address and phone number, I realise nothing much will happen but I will have peace of mine . Thank you in advance Peter Howells

  6. #6 by Editor on August 7th, 2007 - 7:38 am

    Without doubt this is a fake website Nigel. In fact, the alarm bells are ringing so loud I’m going deaf!

    Interesting that they state they take Credit cards & PayPal, but when one registers one can only elect to pay by Western Union or Bank transfer. In addition, they’re using a HOTMAIL email address for communication – more alarm bells. And, I can’t see any reference on the (badly misspelled) website regarding China Customs. Didn’t you find all this rather suspicious to say the least?

    What ever possessed you to buy from Beijing, China – and then use International Money Transfer – ouch!

    I’ll contact (the hosts) in the US and see if I can convince them to take down the website. Won’t do much good though, the Chinese fakers will only shift to another web host. You should contact the Chinese Police in Beijing

    However, I think you’ll have to kiss goodbye to your money.

    Do be more careful in future – and don’t send any more money!!!

    You should read my page at:

    Kind regards,

    Editor, Rip-Off Britain (and now, China!)

    Domain details
    Domain Name …………………
    Name Server …………………
    Registrant ID ………………. hc342750867-cn
    Registrant Name …………….. jing wang
    Registrant Organization ……… wang jing
    Registrant Address ………….. bj
    Registrant City …………….. bj
    Registrant Province/State ……. bj
    Registrant Postal Code ………. 100039
    Registrant Country Code ……… CN
    Registrant Phone Number ……… +86.01088216318 –
    Registrant Fax ……………… +86.01088216318 –
    Registrant Email …………….
    Administrative ID …………… hc842750867-cn
    Administrative Name …………. Hichina
    Administrative Organization …..
    Administrative Address ………. 3F HiChina Mansion No.27 Gulouwai Aenue Dongcheng District
    Administrative City …………. Bjing
    Administrative Province/State … Bjing
    Administrative Postal Code …… 100011
    Administrative Country Code ….. CN
    Administrative Phone Number ….. +86.01064242299 –
    Administrative Fax ………….. +86.01084134247 –
    Administrative Email …………
    Billing ID …………………. hc742750867-cn
    Billing Name ……………….. Hichina
    Billing Organization …………
    Billing Address …………….. 3F HiChina Mansion No.27 Gulouwai Aenue Dongcheng District
    Billing City ……………….. Bjing
    Billing Province/State ………. Bjing
    Billing Postal Code …………. 100011
    Billing Country Code ………… CN
    Billing Phone Number ………… +86.01064242299 –
    Billing Fax ………………… +86.01084134247 –
    Billing Email ……………….
    Technical ID ……………….. hc042750867-cn
    Technical Name ……………… Hichina
    Technical Organization ……….
    Technical Address …………… 3F HiChina Mansion No.27 Gulouwai Aenue Dongcheng District
    Technical City ……………… Bjing
    Technical Province/State …….. Bjing
    Technical Postal Code ……….. 100011
    Technical Country Code ………. CN
    Technical Phone Number ………. +86.01064242299 –
    Technical Fax ………………. +86.01084134247 –
    Technical Email ……………..
    Expiration Date …………….. 2008-04-17 06:26:21
    —– Original Message —–
    From: Nigel Orchard
    Sent: Monday, August 06, 2007 5:15 PM
    Subject: I’ve been ripped-off!

    Dear Sirs

    I purchased 2 Panasonic televisions form a website on the 27th of June. I transferred $915 to this account
    International Money Transfer

    our bank information is:

    Bank address:BANK OF CHINA ,BEIJING BRANCH No.8 YaBaoLu,Beijing,China.
    A/C holder is name:Xi Hua Wang
    A/C No.:4060300-0188-069219-5
    SWIFT code:BKCH CN BJ 110.

    I have not received the goods, they just keep asking me for another hundred US dollars for China customs, I have asked for my money to be returned, but they have not returned money to my account, I just thought I would let you know, and maybe you can warn other people not to buy off this website.

  7. #7 by Chris on August 24th, 2007 - 3:26 pm

    Hello, I recently Tried to purchase from a company witht the website:
    They also are asking for extra money. I advise not to order from this company either. Contact me if there is something we can do. Thanks

  8. #8 by Ralph Harris on August 25th, 2007 - 3:50 am

    I had a similar experience:

    The company I dealt with is:
    W.D.Z.M.C.N. Co., LTD
    TEL :+8681830457
    Service Center Phone : +861063001839

    After transferring a large sum of money by International Bank transfer, the only response I get is:
    “But only through the Customs inspection can export these products to USA in order to send the high quality products to customer,so the Customs taxes standard is 27.5% of items price.”
    This information is for the benefit of other potential victims and a request for any advice to remedy the situation.

  9. #9 by Sachin Adhikari, India on September 13th, 2007 - 2:22 am

    Good Evening Team,

    I am Sachin Adhikari Citizen of India.
    However, I did a shopping on internet via website:-
    I choosed the Item Yamaha Sports bike which was costin 1580 Euros.
    However, I remited the money from my feyonce account into that person account in installments.
    First Amount was 500 Euros and second time 1080 Euros.
    The mode of communicating this person is:-
    chatting through MSN ID and ID name is

    When this person confrimed that they have received the money into his asistant manage acocunt, he said that they will send the item shortly.

    After that I asked them again and again wheer is the item.
    Theys aid they will send the item and all
    Slowly Slolwy, time passed and I warned that I will report a peition against them.

    Than finally he said, he will send the item on 2 Se[temebr and will get top its detnatin till 10 September.
    And provided me the tracking numebr of EMS>

    I confrimed that EMS tracking number and found no legal numebr i it.

    I reverted to him.. and he said that to wiat me till 10.
    I waited..
    Andf in meantime, he said thatdue to techinal rpoblem his MSN ID IS nt working.

    I tried to contact by mails.
    and He stopped respoding my mail
    and when i check him on MSN its shows him offline.

    I confiremd that tracking numebr from Indian EMS offices
    and they said there is nthing on this number.

    I called his cmapny number, but thre was some anwering message in Chinese language.

    Than finally I decided, to contact Interpolce Cyber crime for all this.

    I got all the proofs and neccesary conversation and emails which was saved while this conversation.

    I am so afraid to know that in such friendlya nd developing nations, literate and educated people are takig advantage of their skills.

    I want you guys, to co operate with me in this regard, as I had lost near about 1 laks money INdian Currency in this regard.

    The money was remited into Bank of China in China from India.

    Today I tried to do fake deal form my feyonce Id and my wonders, I catch this guy online in MSN ID

    I checked again with my MSN id and found he is offline..which means he blocked me.

    So, I tried to become a fake customer and shwoed my interest in his website to buy products.

    He said that he is female.. and his company number is not working.
    he gave me his own number.
    and asked me to send the money with same procedure, he asked me in previous deal.

    I request you to get on some conclusion, as I want the thnigs get back at their previous places.

    I had taken loan for this purchasing, and I am in very critical position./

    I got every seingle evidence and proof of chats and mails with me..
    Please do the necessary steps and get back to me..
    Thank you
    Sachin Adhikari

  10. #10 by tokziebee on September 14th, 2007 - 12:38 am

    i transfered money $1000 to and uptill now i have not gotten my goods,how come china cant do something about his scam people?

  11. #11 by Sachin Adhikari on October 7th, 2007 - 5:56 pm

    It is a shame for China, that common wealth games olympics are soon gonna be held in beijing but we people of different countries are suffereing from internation cyber crimes and in this Bank of China is also not helping.
    What the hell is this?
    The person is changing website but my complaint and comments which were published on
    September 13th, 2007 at 2:22 am at this website did not made any impact on reportes , china embesyy, china counsillor. and economic affairs.

    I am just crtizied by this country and its citizens. If someday I had to come China, i will surely come there andf will do same crime, than let me see what this country will do… am i right now?
    Thi is the reason people become weird and terrific and criminals becaz government never listen to middle class family people. They are for only ministers, and highly status society people. Right?

  12. #12 by gokhan eser on October 18th, 2007 - 10:19 pm

    hi there,
    it is all the same stuff, I have reported below company. Beware.

  13. #13 by Mambah on October 22nd, 2007 - 1:52 am

    yeah i need help too, i also ordered a laptop from this website n nver received it, that dude been lying to me all the time, i even sent him a money transfer….plz help me

  14. #14 by Beniamin from Poland on November 6th, 2007 - 7:29 am

    this are the datails about the people, the name of the site changes from a cheat to a cheat but the name won’t:
    The Western Union address is as belowes:
    – My first name : Guo Xiu
    – My last name : Tan
    – City:Nanyang
    – Country:China
    – Post code :473000
    – Address:NO.129.QIYI ROAD,Nanyang HeNan CHINA
    -Bank name:Bank of China
    -Address:NO.129.QIYI ROAD,Nanyang HeNan CHINA
    -A/C holder’s name: XiaoPing Sun (first name is xiaoping last name is sun)
    -A/C holder’s No: 6296740010200077236
    -Swift code: BKCH CN BJ 530

    The MoneyGram address is as belowes:
    – My first name : Guo Xiu
    – My last name : Tan
    – City:Nanyang
    – Country:China
    – Post code :473000
    – Address:NO.129.QIYI ROAD,Nanyang HeNan CHINA

  15. #15 by Nam on November 15th, 2007 - 5:03 pm

    Chinese internet scammer alert: Please every body stay away from Peng Liu of ; it is scam:
    Bank Transfer (T/T)
    Name: peng liu (First name is: peng Last name is: liu)
    Address: 1st Gate,1stFloor,13thBuilding;jinsong,Chaoyang,Beijing 100022;China;.
    No.8 YaBaoLu, ChaoYang District,Beijing,China
    A/C holder’s name: peng liu
    A/C No:4060300-0188-070401-0
    SWIFT code:BKCH CN BJ 110

  16. #16 by MAstermind on November 17th, 2007 - 11:02 pm

    Hello. Look if you just give me the nr of some bejing police i have no trouble what so ever to take the money collectors. think about this. They greed overcomes their lack of intelligence, so is no problem for me to get them to pick up more cash as long as i have some agreement with the Beijing police but i cant even find a nr to them?? if they dont care we can also start taking chinese cash and do the same with them. Send me mail to and FAST if you know how to contact Beijing police because i have people from that is scam ready to go pick up cash. Where is the Beijing cops ??

  17. #17 by akay on November 28th, 2007 - 12:03 am

    Hello people.
    Unfortunately one of my friend is a victim of a website in China. it happened just last week.i live in friend requested me to check the company through their given phone.I honestly didnt find the representative trustable at all.because the women was speaking broken english and giving half answers.She was not talking much.i send email to my friend but it was already late.he said he sent money through western union.Anyway,it became my duty to deal with the representative through msn.she/he said they sent the goods.they gave me and my friend different dhl bill numbers.Next day i pushed he/she through msn and then he/she confessed that we were cheated.he/she said that she/he was sorry and wanted to leave the job:)it is a very nice cheating against the overseas habitant who do not have any idea about chinese people and chinese business makers.But it doesnt mean all chinese people are cheater of course.This web cheatings are made in beijing mostly.Chinese police must do something.
    so called company’s number:+86+010-81129771
    so called company’s name:Beijing yatai foreign-trade co,.ltd

    Domain Name …………………
    Name Server …………………
    Registrant ID ………………. hc001018125-cn
    Registrant Name …………….. zhenli niu
    Registrant Organization ……… niu zhenli
    Registrant Address ………….. beijingshichaoyangqu
    Registrant City …………….. nanyang
    Registrant Province/State ……. henan
    Registrant Postal Code ………. 100021
    Registrant Country Code ……… CN
    Registrant Phone Number ……… +86.01083340001 –
    Registrant Fax ……………… +86.01083340001 –
    Registrant Email ……………. *******
    Administrative ID …………… hc001018125-cn
    Administrative Name …………. zhenli niu
    Administrative Organization ….. niu zhenli
    Administrative Address ………. beijingshichaoyangqu
    Administrative City …………. nanyang
    Administrative Province/State … henan
    Administrative Postal Code …… 100021
    Administrative Country Code ….. CN
    Administrative Phone Number ….. +86.01083340001 –
    Administrative Fax ………….. +86.01083340001 –
    Administrative Email ………… *******
    Billing ID …………………. hichina001-cn
    Billing Name ……………….. hichina
    Billing Organization ………… HiChina Web Solutions Limited
    Billing Address …………….. 3/F., HiChina Mansion
    No.27 Gulouwai Avenue
    Dongcheng District
    Billing City ……………….. Beijing
    Billing Province/State ………. Beijing
    Billing Postal Code …………. 100011
    Billing Country Code ………… CN
    Billing Phone Number ………… +86.01064242299 –
    Billing Fax ………………… +86.01064258796 –
    Billing Email ………………. *********
    Technical ID ……………….. hichina001-cn
    Technical Name ……………… hichina
    Technical Organization ………. HiChina Web Solutions Limited
    Technical Address …………… 3/F., HiChina Mansion
    No.27 Gulouwai Avenue
    Dongcheng District
    Technical City ……………… Beijing
    Technical Province/State …….. Beijing
    Technical Postal Code ……….. 100011
    Technical Country Code ………. CN
    Technical Phone Number ………. +86.01064242299 –
    Technical Fax ………………. +86.01064258796 –
    Technical Email …………….. *********
    Expiration Date …………….. 2008-07-02 03:28:50

  18. #18 by Lady Di on December 4th, 2007 - 11:57 am

    I just paid for and got ripped off on Yahoo Auctions for a laptop- he kept in touch 2-3 times a day after I won the auction, I paid for the item (WU)and then thought I made a mistake – I did! No item ever sent, no more communicating with me. I told him I am contacting the FTC, International Fraud, and both Attty. General offices. There is also another source to file with – Singapore Mediation Centre – it cost a couple bucks, but they will hound the sob’s.
    This guy to stay away from is:
    haifeng xu
    country: China
    zip code: 209999
    I have his phone number, bank account no., etc.

    Whether it’s worth it or not, I will never give up on this low life!

    I work too hard to just throw my money away!

    Any other suggestions are greatly appreciated!

  19. #19 by A Ward on December 30th, 2007 - 11:34 pm

    China electronics scam alert: This has happened to us. l sent £195 for a laptop for my son to this web site.
    To a person caleed Yanbo Bi and no item this is a scam which has ruined my sons christmas l hope no one else gets stung from this web site

  20. #20 by Romaric on January 6th, 2008 - 7:56 pm

    I order to a supplier web site ( for 700euro (wii + video projector and car radio) next payement they say me they have ship it and the customs stop it and i have to pay taxe about 60% more so 390Euro more ! they try to steal me because the ems tracking number they give to me is not real (i can’t check it)… the company bank info is

    District: BANK OF CHINA BEIJING BRANCH No.8 Ya Bao Road,Chao Yang District Bei Jing,China

    A/Cholder’s Name: Mingming Jiang

    A/C No: 4141700-0188-006672-4


    I try to contact police by 0086 110 from france.
    if someone has a solution to have my money back you could contact me bye msn (
    thanks a lot

  21. #21 by justin on January 16th, 2008 - 10:13 am

    I made an ebay sale, after that I have received many emails, all written the same but with different web address’s the emails are as follows:
    friend :
    we are the large wholesaler of the electronics. we mainly sell phones, TVs,laptops and so on. if you are interested in our products,please contact us through the email or add us on MSN.we must give you the Satisfying answers. Hope to establish long-time cooperation with you!

    They only accept payment from western union or bank transfer, on a chat with them on msn they claimed that they can not accept payment through pay pal because they are a registered business and need the money in there bank account for tax purposes. They have multiple websites which include:
    and many more, alarm bells rang with the first website, it was slow, a sign that very little money has gone into hosting, odd for such a “large electronic wholesaler” then when i started getting more emails with different websites more alarm bells, that plus only western union payments, I have not done any business with them, they all have the same information when i do a whois, if anyone has done successful business with them or has been ripped off by them please let us all know or register a complaint against them on to let others know, if you can email me any information please do @

  22. #22 by Ant on February 7th, 2008 - 11:28 am is a scammers site to fleece money from unsuspecting customers. Same modus operandi applies.
    ADVICE: #1. do not deal with any companies with hotmail, yahoo, gmail, or FREE emails, #2. If there is no phone number working – it is a scam, #3. If it is china chances are it’s a scam, #4. Do not send money if Paypal is not used (as there is no fallback. #5. Search on google for the words ‘fraud’ and ‘company name’ before doing anything.
    CHINA leads the world in FRAUD – they are ruthless and have no conscience. BEWARE!

  23. #23 by Ben on February 19th, 2008 - 12:53 am

    MY wife has been conned by the lady in China goes by the name Lily website I would kill them if i know where to find them!!!!

    The pple must be punished.

    I sent my friend in china to help me trace these ai2000 pple and my friend told me there was a switch board answering and no one sounded like TV sale at all

  24. #24 by daniel jones on April 4th, 2008 - 6:30 pm

    Hello i also have been scamed by the website i have been in contact with chineese customs and everything ut find myself running in circles. I am actually thinking of going to china and get this sorted, but theat means more expence. if anybody knows what to do, or who i can contact to get the funds back then please get in touch with me at this is my msn address and e-mail. thank you!

  25. #25 by Peter on April 18th, 2008 - 9:37 pm

    I just got scammed. If only I found this thread a few days ago! The site is: Beware!

  26. #26 by Patrick Messaoudi on May 13th, 2008 - 1:30 am

    Hi there..
    I am now having a transaction with a company so called : SHOPINGSALE.COM. the name of owner is HU XIAO SHEN.
    Company is supposed to sell electrical supplies, laptops, etc, + very cheap motorcycles..
    I have made the mistake of ordering 6 Bykes for the sum of 10 000 euros. We have agreed on a deal of 30% to pay first, so I tranfered 3546 euros already.
    Now, they are telling me to send 40% more, because they have to pay the customs before to ship the bykes to me in latvia.
    I had the feeling, they were trying to get my money. So far I must be right, they don’t answer on calls and the company adress is “Yabaolu 8, beijing. The same bank, BANK Of china,etc, etc..
    I went to my bank to ask them to stop the bank transfer , this is the only hope to get my money back.
    If any idea, please send a mail :
    I wonder, how is that possible, that these people are still doing such business without any trouble from the police.
    And how is that possible, they are using the same bank safely..
    How about Beijing Police..?

  27. #27 by Patrick on May 13th, 2008 - 7:37 pm

    You have been scammed. And if payment is already delivered in China, you have no recourse to recover your losses. Unfortunately it is the sad situation.

  28. #28 by Singapore Gal on May 14th, 2008 - 4:13 am

    I just confirmed to myself that i was conned! And that cheater has the guts to ask for more money claiming it is for the China Customs Tax.


    First name: ZHUAN
    last name: LI
    A/C No. 62856-60200-73576
    Bank Name: Bank of China .Nanyang Henan China
    SWIFT Code : KCHCNBJ530

    if payment via Western Union;
    First name: ZHUAN
    last name: LI
    city: NAN YANG
    province: HE NAN
    country: China
    zip code: 473000


  29. #29 by fivehundred on May 15th, 2008 - 9:24 am


    People from the province of He Nan are known to cheat people. It’s just a fact that people are aware of in China. Of course, not everyone from Henan are bad, it’s just lots of people from this province are not trust worthy. Just beware of them.

  30. #30 by welly on May 16th, 2008 - 12:27 pm

    There is a Chinese proverb saying; “Nan fang ren dao bei fang pa bei da, Bei fang ren dao nan fang pa bei pian” which literally means “Southern people afraid of being beaten when visiting Northern China, while Northern people afraid of being cheated when visiting Southern China” While I couldn’t more agree with that, basically Chinese are opportunistic in nature.
    For those who are very lucky not ever being cheated yet (I am not so lucky, though), DO NOT do business with Chinese! Don’t say I’ve never warned you, folks!

  31. #31 by Patrick Messaoudi on May 23rd, 2008 - 6:13 am

    well folks.. i am not going to sit on the lost of 3456 euros. I went to the police for a complaint. I contacted Interpol to request help and send all informations and documents I have.. I went to the chinese embassy and gave copies of all documents to ask help..
    If all of us could do so, then, something could be done.
    I am not a fatalist person and more thant that I hate beeing screwed up.. So, I won’t give up.. Matter of fact , I am going to trap that bastard and put him down.
    Remember Ripley’s game.. and let’s join to get that situation over..
    if u want to join for a common action, please feel free to contact me at :
    Remember, these people feel secure because they are far away, but it doesn’t mean they are so smart..
    An other thing to realise,.. they are greedy.. so let’s trap them..

  32. #32 by Patrick Messaoudi on May 23rd, 2008 - 6:22 am

    Hi folks..
    Just like u I have been scammed..Maybe we won’t get our money back by doing something, but I am sure if we all get in touch with the police in our respective countries to complain and then contact interpol, we may have the chance to see those guys in jail for a while..
    So let’s join..
    keep in touch ;

  33. #33 by china scam on May 23rd, 2008 - 11:01 am

    Why are people scammed in China when buying their technology? Because they’re stupid. If the company website does not have credentials and other things, then you’re stupid to buy from them. If you buy with a Visa or Mastercard you can always get your money back because it is insured. So why do stupid people continue to lose their money? Stupid!

  34. #34 by a Chinese on May 26th, 2008 - 2:22 pm

    No stupidity, but ignorance. Most important, Chinese likes to follow but thinking and acting independently. We are the racies lacking of secure feeling.

  35. #35 by brahim on May 29th, 2008 - 11:11 pm

    hello people!!

    i just wanted to make reservation for a few bikes and stuff, but than i just search some comment about this company,!!
    Now i am aware, thanks folkss!!! if i want to buy something, i just go to the shop in my town!!! take care friends and i hope your problems get solved!!

  36. #36 by Be cautious! on June 12th, 2008 - 8:31 am

    Be very cautious when a company requires only bank & money transfers. I was conned $250 three years ago and never looked back. I feel so stupid to have believed that I could get a “legit-looking” fake ID… now they have my money. :(

  37. #37 by Enrique P. on June 25th, 2008 - 3:16 am

    I would like to inform you about a possible cheat:

    1.- Some days ago I request a PlayStation 3 from a webpage in Beijing, was
    2.- They request me to pay the total of the item + the shipping. (260 + 50 euros).
    3.- I did an agreement with they. I would pay only the shipping and they would send me the item to my home, when the item would arrive my home I would pay the rest to the shipping company (FEDEX).
    4.- The item was requested on 08/06/2008.
    5.- I paid with Western Union 50 euros.
    6.- After that, the webpage didn’t run more and I didn’t receive any news from they.
    7.- Some few days ago I could contact with msn at
    8.- And the request me to pay the rest for send me the item.
    9.- Afters some discussions, they said me several times that the item was send out.
    10.- They provideme a number of traking of FEDEX, but it doesn’t work.
    11.- I have requested them to back me, the money for the shipping but they don´t answer anything.
    Please, if anyone knows something about them, contact with me. Regards.

  38. #38 by Chinese Cheater on June 27th, 2008 - 8:54 pm

    Beware of the following company:

    and company registration:

    which is the same person of

  39. #39 by Bill Johnson on July 18th, 2008 - 10:41 am

    Set up a fake gmail or hotmail account, subscribe to all the kinds of free email delivery to the fake address, have it all auto forwarded to all the above email addresses such as chinese embassy, western union, the fraudulent companies etc….flood them with spam, choke their email servers.

  40. #40 by Bill Johnson on July 18th, 2008 - 11:00 am

    NEVER blame us westerners for acting in good faith with a country that “appears” to be sincere. Also, Western Union has been aware for quite some time that they facilitate these crimes but yet still allow it, maybe they should be arrested, maybe they should refund the money I gave them!!!

  41. #41 by P. Johnston on August 8th, 2008 - 7:10 am

    I bid on an item from The company is located in Beijing, China. I sent the winning bid amount by moneygram. They received it and they gave me a DHL tracking number. I went to the DHL website and the number is not found. I called DHL and the number was supposed to be archived so many years ago. I chatted online and they asked for more money for customs. I sent money again. They said I will receive the item in five days. That was three months ago. I emailed them and they wanted more money. DO NOT TRUST OR BUY FROM ANY CHINESE SELLER. THEY ARE STILL AROUND BECAUSE WE ARE ATTRACTED BY THE LOW PRICES BUT IT IS A SCAM. DO NOT GO TO ELE988.COM OR AUCTIONWAREHOIUSE.COM.

  42. #42 by Sachin Adhikari on August 27th, 2008 - 8:38 am

    What shud i Say? Its very weird and Shame for China and Beijing police that they cannot assist the needy citizens who were cheated by Chinese people. What the hell the govt do over there.. Infact officials of China Embessy…. they dnt try to meet whn I go for compalint for my spam of 1580 Euros….

  43. #43 by J.hinds on August 31st, 2008 - 8:31 am

    I have been cheated by The company is located in Beijing, china also. I sent them $600 for sample of two bikes paid by Western Union,after they confirm my payment next day,NO TRACKING,BLOCK ALL MY EMAILS ON MSN and YAHOO. DO NOT TRUST THEM!IT’S BEEN 2 MONTHS NOW SINCE I PAID!!!

  44. #44 by Jacquie on September 25th, 2008 - 11:50 pm

    I have been scammed too. Even though I paid through Paypal, which I thought should be safe!!! I bought a bag from which I found on the internet site The bag has never arrived, yet the money was taken out of my Visa account. If they’d only had credit card as payment I would never have bought the item, but thought by paying through Paypal it must be a legitimate site. Wrong!!!!!! Neither or ever reply to any of the many emails I have sent them. I will NEVER buy from a Chinese site again. I, too, am not going to take this lying down…even though the money was not too much in the scheme of things, it’s the principle of it all. These people must be making thousands from unsuspecting suckers like us. I agree, lets get together and stop this from happening to others!!! I have written to the Australian embassy in China, but they said they can’t help. However, I’ll keep writing to as many places as I can think of to expose these cheats! Because mine isn’t a large sum of money I’d feel a bit ridiculous contacting Interpol. If anyone has any luck or finds out a police number (yeah, right!) please email me on Thanks!

  45. #45 by james on October 7th, 2008 - 1:35 am

    this person named Yang LI ripped me off for “USD$2100” his bank in
    33 Garden Road, Xiangfan City in Hubei Province of China
    sed thay wont refund the money thay recived because thay carnt contact Yang Li
    and the police in Xiangfan City in Hubei sed thay dont care about my problem so do the Chinese police agree with people from other parts of the world geting ripped off the chinese bank does and the chinese police i spoke to do here is his info can some one help me get my money back please

    Thank you for your purchase. Below are our banking information:
    Wire transfer
    Bank name: BANK OF China HUBEI BR
    A / C holder’s name: Yang Li
    A / C No.: 4641301-0188-012715-5
    BANK SWIFT code: BKCH CN BJ 600
    Address: No. 33 Garden Road, Xiangfan City in Hubei Province of China
    After I receive your payment, we use UPS in 24 hours are you transmit the project.You will attain the project in 5-7 day.
    If your payment, please tell you the details of shipment and payment details address, we facilitate the dispatch.
    mark dodson



  46. #46 by Ke-ke-kenny on October 29th, 2008 - 3:13 am

    Quite unfortunate that I fell “mungun” for those chinese bums who thought they are smart. That is not smartness but foolishness. The most unfortunate thing is that the chinese govt are not helping matter. Fellas, I lost $1k and I learnt a great lessons. It will never happen again. Buyer, beware of Can somebody inform the legitimate JVC what these thiefs are using their name to do?

  47. #47 by chuck on November 8th, 2008 - 5:28 am

    Anyone know who i can contact to get my money back from China?

  48. #48 by Brenda on November 12th, 2008 - 5:12 am – same scenario, after I agreed to buy I was going to pay via PayPal but was told that they only accept wire transfers and Western Union to an individuals account. I questioned the payment method and they responded that they were sad I thought they were dishonest. I will NOT be sending $$. Here is the payment info I received:

    western union
    The receiver’s Name: Yang Qingshan
    First name: Qingshan (first name)
    Last name: Yang (surname)

    Bank Wire Transfer:
    Bank: Bank of China Nanyang Branch
    The Holder`s Name: Zhang Shuai
    First Name: Shuai(first name)
    Last Name: Zhang (surname)
    Account Number: 628566020075879
    Swift Code: BKCHCNBJ530

    I almost fell for it…

  49. #49 by suji on November 12th, 2008 - 9:37 am

    Hi Brenda,

    I hope i can help you please send message to my e-mail address Thanks.

  50. #50 by micheelle on November 12th, 2008 - 9:38 pm

    Dear all, I agree with Brenda i was communicating with and and they have the same design of, and they have requested to do the payment through western union or money transfer with all the luck i did not transfer any money. BE CAREFULL YOU ALL OUT THERE.

  51. #51 by pit on December 1st, 2008 - 3:50 am

    any one recognise this address. i almost pay this guy..

    Mr.David Yang.
    Managing Director,
    China Global Security And Finance Company.
    # 207 Wangfujing Street,Dongcheng District,

  52. #52 by michelle on December 8th, 2008 - 11:06 am

    Hi all, everyone is warn innorder not to have any business with any china people as all of them are cheater. Please warn all of your friend out there…

  53. #53 by YU Bin Fukd on December 11th, 2008 - 12:09 pm

    Never Buy from China without using an insured Credit Card are PayPal PERIOD! Get it!

  54. #54 by niel of italy on December 20th, 2008 - 12:26 am

    ciao me too i was buy a website i was order nokia n80 after i send a money they didnt respond an email an confirmation.
    owner:peng qing xia
    address: 145 hao weilaidadao district of chaoyang
    beijing china
    tel nos:0086 0371 63800660
    fax nos.0086 0371 63800660
    email address;

    please make an action of this a policemen of what district may be should be specially police of beijing district of stop this kind of scam,its a big ashame to a china to have a person like this its your reputation to maintain a dignity to your especially the next olimpic will be held in your country,please capture and punish this kind of person.please email me once have an action and capture to this person

  55. #55 by james on January 21st, 2009 - 9:17 pm

    send emails to this place Ministry of Foreign Affairs about scammers in china
    the more emails they get the better.
    they might do something then.
    here is the web address

  56. #56 by k~~ on January 23rd, 2009 - 2:50 am

    anyone got encounter with this website:

    i ordered some tshirt and for first 2 orders, it was ok.

    But on my 3rd order few days back, the EMs number they gave me is not valid at all. tried calling , phone off.

    i paid them through paypal. and i had emailed the authority. it was sent over on 18th jan, hope my case is not a scamming case.

    btw, my last transaction was around US$300+

    first 2 successful deal were ard USD$100+ (successful deal)

    if anyone know anything on this msn: or FANG ZHI ZHONG / in paypal, pls email me.

  57. #57 by MhmdUsf on September 22nd, 2009 - 12:14 pm

    Same problem with a Chinese company

    Company details: XINKEKE Electronics World Trade Corporation
    Address:2801-2812 D Building No 2,Shangdi Information Road, Haidian District, Beijing China
    Postal code:100086
    Telephone number:+8613501170839

    MSN: Email:
    Skype: xinkeke2009

  58. #58 by same!! on December 7th, 2009 - 12:56 am
    address: 2801-2812 D Building No 2,Shangdi Information Road,Haidian District,Beijing China2801-2812 D Building No 2,Shangdi Information Road,Haidian District,Beijing China
    and many others with names such as for example or just some letters without meaning

  59. #59 by Mohsen on December 31st, 2010 - 4:29 pm

    are there any one in here that known these guys?
    Mr, david Yang, Mr, James Choy,Mrs.Lily Wong,
    Personal Assistance to the Manager
    China Global Security And Finance Company.
    # 207 Wangfujing Street,Dongcheng District,
    i have som information about them but i need more.

  60. #60 by Mohsen on December 31st, 2010 - 4:31 pm

    are there any one in here that known these guys?
    Mr, david Yang, Mr, James Choy,Mrs.Lily Wong,
    Personal Assistance to the Manager
    China Global Security And Finance Company.
    # 207 Wangfujing Street,Dongcheng District,
    i have som information about them but i need more.
    please contact me with this address:

  61. #61 by Mohsen on February 27th, 2011 - 12:15 am


    are there any one in here that known these guys?
    Mr, david Yang, Mr, James Choy,Mrs.Lily Wong,
    Personal Assistance to the Manager
    China Global Security And Finance Company.
    # 207 Wangfujing Street,Dongcheng District,
    i have som information about them but i need more.
    please contact me with this address:

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