Fraudulent Banking Details & Email Address Announcement from Globalcare Logistics.

Globalcare Logistics wants to notify you of some recent fraudulent behavior from an un-known source using a morphed version of their email address. Requests using this fake email address look very real and official, the letter they are attaching is on Globalcare Logistics letter head with signature of Tony Fordham and shows a corporate stamp. The letter requesting payments via wire or ACH payments to be sent to a bank Globalcare Logistics are not associated with. In the example Globalcare Logistics were sent, they reference First Citizen Bank in Durham North Carolina. (This is not Globalcare Logistics Bank)

 

The morphed email address appears as John.Doe@gcclus.com They have added in an additional “C”.

They are using Globalcare Logistics real names, so please look for the extra “C” in the email domain. Globalcare Logistics official domain is “@gclus.com”.

 

Please contact Tony Fordham on his personally should you receive any suspicious email or correspondence of any kind requesting payment or a change in the banking details.

 

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Since 2002 we have been running AerOceaNetwork (AON). We are a non-exclusive group of like minded independent international freight forwarders who want to excel in their markets. At the same time we are building our good name around the globe. Our global forwarding members meet annually to develop their cargo business pipelines and establish personal ties, which quite often even develop into lifelong friendships – another intangible benefit of joining our group of forwarding professionals.

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