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Top Five Most Wanted Scammers By The FBI

The Federal Bureau of Investigation uploaded on its website a large number of criminals ranging from kidnappers to murderers, to child molestors and 419ers. These fraudsters are wanted for evading justice despite the harm they have caused victims. As a result, it is essential to report these cases if you ever come across the said scammers.

Phet Loi Naovarath

Phet Loi Naovarath is wanted for his inclusion in a fraudulent scheme that deceived various FDIC protected establishments, just as numerous people inside his own Laotian people group in Nevada, from 2005 to 2007. Naovarath guaranteed the Laotian exploited people that they would be "investment partners" on different Las Vegas properties that they would buy. Be that as it may, rather than being an accomplice on a genuine land exchange, Naovarath only used their identities to buy and then quickly resell (flip) the very good quality properties.

Now and again, Naovarath used the same buyer to purchase several properties, bringing about a great many dollars in Mortgage debt. Most, if not all, of the properties inside one whole up-scale Las Vegas community, were bought in the alike fraudulent way, bringing about various abandonments and misfortunes surpassing $10 million. 

Naovarath used the ill-gotten gains to promote his extravagant way of life. A few of Naovarath's co-419ers confessed and were hence condemned. Because of the mind-boggling proof against him, Naovarath pled guilty and was condemned to 33 months in a government jail. 

In May 2012, not long before answering to the Bureau of Prisons to start serving his sentence, Naovarath fled Las Vegas, deserting his significant other and two children. On June 15, 2012, a government warrant was given for Naovarath's capture.

Xuyen Thi-Kim Nguyen

In May 2005, seven people, including Xuyen Thi-Kim Nguyen, were prosecuted in Dallas, Texas, for their inclusion in a plan to defraud a mortgage company of over $5 million. After four of the seven people confessed, Nguyen was sentenced for one count of conspiracy, two tallies of mail fraud, and seven counts of wire fraud. Nguyen was set on home monitoring until her sentencing. Notwithstanding, sometime between November 8, 2005, and November 11, 2005, Nguyen fled from her home in Plano, Texas. Therefore, a complaint was filed in the Northern District of Texas for inability to show up, and an arrest warrant was issued by the United States District Court on February 3, 2006. 

Nguyen became a naturalized citizen in 1999. She has lived in the Seattle, Washington, and Dallas, Texas, areas.

Osondu Victor Igwilo

From about November 2014 to December 2016, Osondu Victor Igwilo also known as OSO was purportedly the pioneer of a criminal system that perpetrated an advance-fee scheme around the world and laundered the proceeds through U.S.-based bank accounts. The plan included promising unfortunate preys investment funding, supposedly being offered by a commercial bank, and supposedly sponsored by the U.S government, in exchange of paying various advance fees. Utilizing counterfeit email accounts and stolen identities of bank workers and U.S. government officials, Igwilo and his co-419ers discovered preys over the Internet and purportedly deluded them into accepting the investments were true. To additionally help victims' faith in the authenticity of the investment, Igwilo purportedly enrolled U.S. residents to impersonate bank officials during in-person gatherings with the victims in question. 

Igwilo executed roughly a 100 million dollar fraud scheme swindling numerous U.S. budgetary establishments. Igwilo advanced his wrongdoing by focusing on global exploited people that would be defenceless against his criminal plan. 

On December 21, 2016, a criminal objection was recorded in the United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas, accusing Igwilo of wire fraud conspiracy, illegal tax avoidance/money laundering and intensified identity theft.

Roda Abdulhassan Taher

Roda Abdulhassan Taher a.k.a Ressi is wanted for his supposed activities as the pioneer of a worldwide money-laundering organization that engaged in money laundering and exchanges in criminally inferred property in the United States (principally Florida) and abroad. Working from Beirut, Lebanon, Taher was supposedly actually answerable for the theft and transfer of over $94 million U.S. Dollars (USD) from the elderly and in any case powerless exploited people far and wide. 

A government arrest warrant was given for Taher in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Miami, Florida, on September 28, 2017, after he was accused of connivance to carry out money laundering, scheme to perpetrate bank misrepresentation, 21 counts of money laundering, and 18 includes of exchanges in criminally inferred property. 

Taher may head out to Nigeria; Sierra Leone; Lebanon; Boston, Massachusetts; and Farmington Hills or Detroit, Michigan. 

He is known to utilize cocaine and cannabis.

James Alexander Ward 

James Alexander Ward is wanted for his supposed association in a valuable metals fraud scheme that functioned in Florida from September of 2007 to March of 2010. 

Ward purportedly operated an entity called Kastle and Hawk, Inc., which requested investors to purchase valuable metals, for example, gold, silver, and platinum on a leveraged basis. Rather than investing the roughly $400,000 Ward got from at any rate 12 investors, Ward supposedly utilized the cash for his very own use and advantage. No valuable metals were ever procured for investors. 

A government arrest warrant was issued for Ward in the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, Miami, Florida, on September 6, 2012, after he was accused of wire fraud. 

Ward may go to the United Kingdom, to include England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. He may likewise head out to Canada and Mexico. 

He has recently lived in Miami Beach, Florida.

Apparently, only one out of these scammers is Nigerian but Nigerians are defamed and not to be trusted in the European or American regions upon contact. These reports and publications from the FBI make it obvious that Nigerians were tutored on how to defraud others in various schemes by other nationales they must have mixed with and be influenced by. The FBI's website is always at the disposal of anyone from any country to report and read more about these scammers and their colleagues in vast schemes.

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