The Mile-High Fraudster Club…

It seems that every, day fraudsters are coming up with new scams and ways to steal people’s hard-earned money.  There has been no shortage of Internet related scams, from the Nigerian email’s offering you millions of inheritance that some stranger wants to share with you, to less obvious phishing emails. There are even some entire online niches that are dominated by thieves.

It’s estimated that annually, Internet related fraud amounts to $13+ billion. That’s a sizeable market for any wannabe thief and even more so for organized crime.  But now the next industry to be marred by these criminals is the Private Jet Rental / Charter space.

You search online for a top-notch jet charter service and you find multiple results all on the 1st page of Google.You visit the sites and they are modern, professional and look perfectly legit. But, what lurks behind many of these virtual showrooms are gangsters and syndicates, ready to pounce and steal your money.

You make a selection of which charter company to use, you confirm your reservation online and pay the hefty bill. The big day arrives to travel and you get to the airport, only to find no plane waiting for you and no one even knows what company you are talking about…

The only thing taking that expensive trip is your cash.

These are some of the most recent sites that have been reported by various people for ripping them off:

·         http://noafly.aero/

·         http://noaflyavia.com/

·         http://aircraftvip.com/index.php

All these sites offer the same services and are supposedly owned by the same owner, theinfamous: Michael Cohen from Luxembourg. According to the complaints received, this same Micha

It seems that every, day fraudsters are coming up with new scams and ways to steal people’s hard-earned money.  There has been no shortage of Internet related scams, from the Nigerian email’s offering you millions of inheritance that some stranger wants to share with you, to less obvious phishing emails. There are even some entire online niches that are dominated by thieves

It’s estimated that annually, Internet related fraud amounts to $13+ billion. That’s a sizeable market for any wannabe thief and even more so for organized crime.  But now the next industry to be marred by these criminals is the Private Jet Rental / Charter space.

You search online for a top-notch jet charter service and you find multiple results all on the 1st page of Google.You visit the sites and they are modern, professional and look perfectly legit. But, what lurks behind many of these virtual showrooms are gangsters and syndicates, ready to pounce and steal your money.

You make a selection of which charter company to use, you confirm your reservation online and pay the hefty bill. The big day arrives to travel and you get to the airport, only to find no plane waiting for you and no one even knows what company you are talking about…

The only thing taking that expensive trip is your cash.

These are some of the most recent sites that have been reported by various people for ripping them off:

·         http://noafly.aero/

·         http://noaflyavia.com/

·         http://aircraftvip.com/index.php

All these sites offer the same services and are supposedly owned by the same owner, theinfamous: Michael Cohen from Luxembourg. According to the complaints received, this same Michael Cohen has stolen an estimated 2-5 million from each of its customers by luring them into an annual contract with the promise of flights anytime, anywhere. Currently, Noafly and AircraftVIP are under investigation.

So, before you decide to lay out your cash for a jet charter, do some due diligence and make sure, they are who they say they are.

Fly safe! 

el Cohen has stolen an estimated 2-5 million from each of its customers by luring them into an annual contract with the promise of flights anytime, anywhere. Currently, Noafly and AircraftVIP are under investigation.

So, before you decide to lay out your cash for a jet charter, do some due diligence and make sure, they are who they say they are.

Fly safe! 

Company name: AirCraft VIP
Contact name: Emmanuelle Parvieux
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone number: +352 266 876 38
Website: http://aircraftvip.com
Address and Zip Code:13, rue de la Chapelle
L-1325
Country and City: Luxembourg

 

 
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