You wonder who makes this stuff up, but really these calls are received and these kinds of stories are given to innocent consumers!
A new cold caller pretending to be working on behalf of the Court of Justice in Thailand is contacting consumers who have been defrauded in the past.
The explanation on why they are calling from so far is because it is Thailand where the arrested fraudsters supposedly transferred the money they took from their victims. Now these victims have been awarded repayments through a civil case.
The person calling from the Court of Justice in Thailand is called Gamon Chujan.
He explains though that there are some implications to get the money transferred to the UK and it seems there is something wrong with a “Cross Boarder Compliance” Document.
Gamon Chujan writes:
“As disguised your Cross Boarder Compliance document has not been drawn up nor submitted to the European Court of Justice nor the Asian International Court of Justice, the two bodies that must sign off the Cross Boarder Compliance document as verification of the judgment.
In the Kingdom of Thailand foreign judgments are not enforceable with out a Cross Boarder Compliance document, therefor it is essential that one is obtained.
The lawyers here can draw up a Cross Boarder Compliance document with in 3 working days of payment and here after the settlement can be legally released.
Payment can be made by Western Union or Xpress Money. ..”
Sincerely we haven’t got a clue what he is talking about, but the bottom line is clear, they want money, they want it upfront and through Western Union or Xpress Money, as court houses do…. NOT!
Civil Clerk Gamon Chujan has as contact details:
Telephone: 0066 886 165 336
And email: email@example.com
Please note that this is all a SCAM!
Do NOT pay them!
And if any cold caller pretending to be working on behalf of a courthouse in any country approaches you, don’t trust them!
Has Gamon Chujan from +66 886165336 the Court of Justice in Thailand already contacted you? Please let us know!