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Quji “Alan” Guo

A.k.a. Alan Guo
Scammer, Spammer / Male /

Quji “Alan” Guo is a Scammer and 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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Address: Apt 25, Qunhui Road, Shenzhen City, Guandong, China
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One thought on "Quji “Alan” Guo"

  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Alan and his team from China (and freelancers around the world) spam the fuck out of millions of Americans trying to sell their fake products on Lightinthebox (LITB) and related ecommerce sites… hundreds of consumer complaints around the web about these sites, usually about the products never arriving from China. In other words, a massive email spam and credit card fraud ring.

    No matter how many times you ask to unsubscribe they will keep spamming you. WARNING to anyone doing business with the people who work for these scammers or have in the past… report their fraud to FTC and local authories.

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