Fraud Monitor

Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: Kayleigh Jeremy, Amberlyn Newland, Brandy Royal Hotel

Fraudulent message

Dear Sir/Ma

On behalf of the organizing committee, it's my great pleasure to invite you to our forthcoming International Conference on youth Reproductive health, sexual violence and HIV/AIDS prevention which will be held on 16th to 21st November 2020 (probably post the World-wide pandemic caused boarder restriction lift) in Dallas Texas United States.

The organizing committee and sponsors are responsible for participants visa processing for those who requires visa to the United States. Free round-trip air tickets for participants will be provided by the organization, the Hotel accommodation booking cost will be participants only responsibility.

Confirm receipt of this notification by responding immediately to enable us send you further information

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Warm Regards,
Kayleigh Jeremy


Be informed that delegates will arrive a day before the conference and will depart after the conference which is 6 days

The total amount should be $XXX.XXUSD for the whole duration of the conference.

Note that this amount quoted includes feeding three times a day and for the whole duration of the conference.

We hope to welcome you in our hotel soon.

Kind Regards,
Amberlyn Newland,
Brandy Royal Hotel.


We currently do not accept payment from conference delegates using debit card, credit card or MasterCard.

Meanwhile we can contact an international money exchange here in Texas for you to make your payment there in your country into their local account while they remit to us here Texas to avoid huge transfer fees at your end.

Kind Regards
Brandy Royal Hotel



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