Frank Johnson Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against Frank Johnson at


Business Details –

  • Name: Frank Johnson
  • Address: Ribston Street
  • City: Manchester
  • State: England
  • Phone: 4.477E+11
  • Website:
  • Reported Loss: 22000 $
  • Severity of Scam: High


Original Complaint against Frank Johnson published at says, verbatim –


I was repeatedly ask for an assistance by my FB contract shortly after we met.Mr. Frank Johnson, the name he gave me and he is registered on a FB by, presented himself as a self employed, having a contract with Shell petroleum company as a corrosion analyst. The contract was held in a South sea region, China.I was provided with a copy of a contract with the Shell company logo. My name was included in the contract as next of kin without my permission…The assistance I was asked for was constant and covered different needs of Mr. Johnson both professional and personal.He sounded very believable for a while, having good spoken and written English.But there were significant discrepancies noticed by me which he tried to explain.I wasn’t getting any pictures of him. Just a couple from the site of work. I definitely saw Chinese ppl on them.For the receiving of the transfers there were Chinese people used with the real valid IDs..I was in constant daily contact eith Mr Johnson via Viber, email and fb messenger ( till it stopped working).He is assumingly still in China due to the overstated visa ( according to him).He stopped contacting me once I refused to send him the money.The total loss is about $20,000. There was my bank account used as well.It is of a huge importance for me to find out who this person really is. I am not counting on getting my money back.Just want to prevent further scamThe person presented himself as a widowed father of a girl.Independent contractor having a contract with the Shell petroleum company. The contract was held in a South sea region, China.I was ask for nonstop assistance in multiple situations which was hard for me to verify in terms of legitimacy. I do understand now that most of the information was of a fake nature.


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