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Updated Scam Alert: Ahmad Zahra never give up, new fake name (Ahmad Aydin) and new phone numbers! - Mar 16, 2019


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Hey guys, players, coaches, and agents? Do you remember Ahmad Zahra, the world famous scam who introduces himself as an agent and he has a job for you from Lebanon or Qatar or any middle east country?
After the last alert that we published about him a few months ago, he disappeared for a few months and started scamming players and coaches by a new fake name and new mobile number, he introduces himself as Ahmad Aydin instead of Ahmad Zahra in the past

here is his new mobile numbers, he is using phone numbers from Turkey, probably he already moved to live in Turkey
First Number: +905438359185
Second Number: +905435854922


Here is the Facebook Accounts that he is using "He uses his account and his wife account on facebook":

"Vivo's Aydin" https://www.facebook.com/vivos.aydin
"Okmhad Ahmad" https://www.facebook.com/okmhad.ahmad
"Zahra Moustafa Ahmad" https://www.facebook.com/ahmad.zahra.507


What did he do with many players?
-He contacted many players and sent them fake contracts and telling them that I found deals for these players to convince them that he is strong agent.
-He contacted many players and sent them fake contracts and convinced them that he had a job for them, then he asked those players to send him 500$ as legal fees or something like that then he will ask you to send him a more money.
-He brought many American players to Lebanon and let them to pay their own flight tickets, and illusion these players that he has teams for them, players came and found nothing and just waste their money and time and we heard many stories that Zahra stole a money from players.
-He is using many fake names and impersonating many other agents and using their licenses.
You can do a little research on google to know who is Ahmad Zahra.

Here is a link of an article published about him on court-side website
https://www.court-side.com/news/scam-agent-warning/

And here is the link of last article that we published about him in August 2018:
https://www.asia-basket.com/Iraq/news/546163

  




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