Common Commercial Printing Scams
Find a Print Scammer
This page is dedicated to listing the various names and e-mail addresses being used by alleged scammers who may try to solicit pre-payment for shipment of your goods as part of the print quotation scam.
It has been compiled using the feedback from printing companies throughout Australia, USA and UK who have had contact with the alleged perpetrators.
This information is provided to assist printing companies to protect themselves from scams by being able to quickly identify suspicious e-mail addresses, and common names used in seeking quotations for fraudulent print jobs.
If you receive one of these e-mails, we suggest you add the e-mail address to your e-mail spam folders to prevent further contact, and forward e-mail addresses and contact info to email@example.com.
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Print Quotation Scam - Current Contact Names and E-mail Addresses being used
This information is compiled from recorded exchanges between printing company representatives and individuals purporting to seek print quotations from these companies.
It is not intended to reflect on any individual or entity who may share a similar form of identification legitimately.
Help keep our listing updated by reporting Scams here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reproduced with permission from the Printing Industries Association of Australia
Copyrights are retained by the associated organization.
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