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Emma Xiang

A.k.a.  Jeremy Pan, Albert McCloud, Mary Spencer (etc... many fake aliases)
Spammer / Female /

Emma Xiang is a Spammer who is a citizen of China, and has been associated with the following entities as either a significant contributor, participant, promoter, or beneficiary, according to our OSINT research:

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Public references:

fake white people employees: https://topmechtranslate.com/our-team/

[email protected]topmechtranslate.com

Room 802-4, Harmony International Sunyard 2 Block, No.1750, Jianghong Rd, Binjiang District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.
Mobile: +86 135 0745 8366

 

 

Jeremy Pan ([email protected])

 

Hello,

Hope you are doing great!

Glad to learn that you are in the SEO industry!

I am Jeremy, from a company as an ISO certified multilingual solution provider .

As far as I know,There are three main categories of SEO:

– On-Page Optimization
– Technical SEO
– Off-Page Optimization

High-quality content accounts for an important proportion,So localized content is particularly important.

It happens that we provides localization and translation services to businesses and individuals on a global scale. and have provided services for SEO companies from around the world.

If you are interested, then I can send you our packages & details.

We’re sure your inquiry or requirement will get prompt attention.

Thank you.

Best regards,

Jeremy



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4 thoughts on "Emma Xiang"

  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Emma buys massive email lists and illegally spams the shit out of thousands of companies using fake names, and her website also claims to have a bunch of white people employees (all fake)… a fraudulent translation service out of China

    1. Emma Xiang says:

      Hello Jesse,

      I hope you are well.

      Sorry to bother you for the cold email.

      1. We found your email address online and not bought it.
      2. Our website, topmechtranslate.com is under construction and only contents on home page were replaced by us, and other pages are still website template. You can find the link of website template here: https://themeforest.net/item/brixes-factory-industry-wordpress-theme/23708833?_ga=2.205097168.1365082403.1598528788-1299435014.1597392646. So, please do a detailed investigation before writing an article.

      I will set other pages with “under construction”.

      We are a formal translation company, not “a fraudulent translation service out of China”. So, please delete your article.

      Thanks!

      Best regards,
      Emma

    2. Jesse Nickles says:

      @Emma my email address is not anywhere online, so that’s not true. You are using mass generated lists, and your spam is illegal.

      You’re also using aliases like “Jeremy Pan” and fake Gmail accounts instead of your real name/info (again, illegal)

      Furthermore you appear to be located in Hong Kong, not China, making your company info even more suspicious

  2. Paco Chan says:

    Beware of CCJK.COM (CHINA) SCAM AND FRAUD.

    DONT MAKE ANY MONEY TRANSFERS OR DO YOU GET SCAMMED

    I transferred 800 EUR for translation and they never delivered their orders.

    All numbers on the website are FAKE.

    Here are their real exposed names and numbers:
    Aron Huang +8615364080265
    Samuel Chiu
    Ben Kuang
    Lily Li
    Charlie Xu
    Tahir
    Cindy Fu
    Dande Huang
    Alan Wang

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