It seems Wayne Johnson (and now Thomas Lambert) are sending scam messages.
Message Example 1:
we require to know if you can supply some cabinetry for us.We’ll like to know the types and dimensions of cabinetry that you do have in your outfit so that we can make a choice,and also advise if you accept credit card as a form of payment,wish you all the best in business and we’ll be looking forward on hearing from you soon.
Message Example 2
Reported here via Laura Thomas.
Laura says: I have gotten quite a few emails from this person. The phone numbers are bogus, and I am pretty sure that he has been wasting my time for a week trying to get some kind of information from me.
From: wayne johnson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2011 4:59 PM
To: ALM Fine Cabinetry
Subject: Re: product info
Sounds good.I will like you to use the details below and prepare a formal quote for us so that we can proceed further :
New Mission Foundation Center (newly established)
1006 Meadowlane Dr.
P : 248-562-8725
F : 206-337-3198
620 S Amos Ave
Springfield, IL 62704
P : 626-692-8364
We’re working on a commercial project,these units are going to be shipped to one of our newly established project branch located in Singapore and we’ll be recommending you with a freight company to come and pick the units at your location.What lead time are we looking at.How long have you been in business?
Don’t respond to “Wayne” – this is a SCAM e-mail targeted at cabinet makers.
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