The guy contacted me on Tidner and asked for my e-mail to send me a letter as he said this way we'll have a better opportunity to get to know each other

Julia | 11 Oct 2018

Money Mule Scam
The guy contacted me on Tidner and asked for my e-mail to send me a letter as he said this way we'll have a better opportunity to get to know each other. 1,5 month of correspondence during which we agreed that he'll come to visit me and we also started chatting on whatsapp and were about to have a skype video call. And then he suddenly says that he wants to send me a present and asks me to provide him with my full address, which I didn't, giving him insted my office address for the delivery. Then he informed that the parcel was sent out and it turned out that it contained some very expensive things (apple set, swarovski jewelry, platinum ring and 24000$). The parcel got stuck in Malaysia and the courier company requested 3740$ to release it. The guy insistently asked me to pay, I refused. SCAM! The website of the so-called courier company is already unavailable, but it was: National Oriental Express Couriers, natorientcoou.com
More info regarding the website used by scammer can be found here: https://statuslite.com/domain/natorientcoou.com
https://domain-status.com/www/natorigaoka.com

The scammer provided me with the tracking number of my parcel which I could actually track through this natorientcoou.com. Oh and I also got an "official" letter of the courier company re. my delivery when it got stuck in Malaysia.

Thanks God, I didn't lose any money, but ladies, please be careful. The guy is all very charming and intelligent, claims to be (in my case) a surgeon from Clagary, Canada, send photos (which I guess are stolen photos of someone) and makes a very good impression but that's all only to get as much money from you as possible. Please beware!