It has come to the attention of PCB Freight Management Ltd. that parties known as "Steven Tottenham" and "Barrister Graham Murray" are illegally using PCB Freight Management Ltd.'s trade name and website to defraud the public. The scheme involves the parties above requesting your personal information in exchange for a "refund" or "government documents". The correspondence, generally email, requests the party to forward funds to a non-existent law firm in order to claim the proceeds. Please be advised that this is fraudulent, and PCB Freight Management Ltd. has no involvement with this scheme.
We have filed a formal complaint with the appropriate authorities and have notified the RCMP and the FBI-Internet Crimes Division.
If you are contacted by these fraudsters, please visit www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/index-eng.htm to report the crime or contact your local law enforcement agency.
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