IC3 Complaint Referral Form Against LUKAS DIETRICH & JOHN MIKE

IC3 Complaint Referral Form:

 Please review your complaint for accuracy, prior to submitting it to the IC3.

The following information was provided by the victim and may be forwarded to the 
appropriate law enforcement or regulatory agencies.
Your Personal InformationOLGA

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 Yes  No

United States
Name of your local police or sheriff's office:
UCLA police
Is the complaint you are filing related to the Internet or an online service?
 Yes  No
Do you have pertinent documents in paper form?
 Yes  No
Information about the Individual/Business that victimized youLukas



United States
Other Identifiershttp://www.care.com

Monetary Loss
* Please specify the total dollar amount of your loss from this incident: 
$ 3,000 (US Dollars) 
Please indicate the means of payment (select all that apply) 
 Cashier's Check 
 Check/Debit Card 
 Credit Card 
 Money Order 
 Wire Transfer 
 Other (Specify Other) 
Did you use a third party online payment service such as PayPal, BidPay, Escrow? 
 Yes  No
Description of the Incident* Describe in your own words how you have been victimized. 
Be specific. Include date(s) of transaction(s), a description of any items that were not delivered or were counterfeited, any transaction numbers (from Ebay, Western Union, PayPal, etc.), and any other pertinent information that helps to explain how you were victimized. Also if you received anything by U.S. Mail, FedEx, or UPS, specifically describe the envelope, by the date, time, city and zip code shown on the stamp cancellation postmark. 

I was contacted the 15th of September, via text message from Care.com
by Lukas Dietrich posing as a widower, and as if his daughter (8
years old) named Wendy had an accident and he wanted me to tutor her
in History here in Los Angeles, Westwood. But, he said she had an
automobile accident in India, and wrecked her back, he claimed, and
needed a wheelchair, to wait for her at the airport.and he needed me
to help her agent, Daniel Richardson to get the money first for the
wheelchair. He texted me from cell phone number (302) 374-8254 and
emailed me from lukasdietrich46@hotmail.com the account number for
334044624195 He then sent me a check (sent via FEDEX, I have the
envelope) in the amount of 3, 225.79 exactly, 
then started texting me from (512) 521-7899, telling me what to do,
and gave me an account number where to transfer the money right away
the 25th of september.I believed him, and wired the money to that
particular account. He then kept promising he was coming, always,
next friday. I have asked for a picture of his daughter, and he sent
me a pic of a girl, indeed around 8 years old. Then he or someone
else sent a second check , in the amount of $3,225, but this check
was put on hold, because the first one was uncovered, the clerk at
BOFA in Westwood branch told me it bounced. Suddenly my account was
overdrawn $3, 225.79 exactly.I called this so called Lukas
Dietrich, and he told me to wait some more, but it was already clear
he was ripping me off. The phone numbers he uses are; (512) 521
7899. constantly texting, now-and-then, until I told him that he
destroyed my account, and now I was in debt because of him. I never
heard back from him, after september 30th. I kept in touch with the
bank clerk, named HELEN, who told me the check has bounced. So after
the response from Bank of America that the first check was indeed a
fictitious check (got copies of both checks), and so was the second.
Right now I have asked for a BANK of America internal investigation,
but have not gotten an answer to this day. 
Please help me get my money back. I have more than enough data about
these people. They are two involved for sure. The other one, claims
to be the Accountant of the firm, his name; John Mike His email is;
Thank you.
Please indicate any medium used by the individual/business in the course of the incident.
 Bulletin board 
 Chat room 
 In person 
 Internet messaging 
 Web site 
Please indicate the initial means of contact with the individual/business that victimized you.
Was this initial means of contact unsolicited/uninvited?
 Yes  No
What was your relationship with the individual/business you are complaining about prior to the incident you are reporting?
no prior relationship
Did you conduct any research on the individual/business prior to the incident?
 Yes  No
How much time has passed since you determined you were victimized?
2 - 3 weeks
Contact Information
Are there witnesses or other victims to this crime? 
James W Wilkie 1242 Lachman LN Pacific Palisades 90272 Tel 310 454 8812 Email: james.wilkie@att.net
Have you reported this crime to any law enforcement or government agencies? 
 Better Business Bureau 
 Consumer protection agency 
 Individual/business that victimized you 
 Police/other law enforcement 
 Private attorney 
Provide the specific name of each organization, contact name, contact phone number, email address, date reported, and report number (if known). 
Police report, UCLA Police, tel. 310 825 1491 Officer YOUNG B.
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By digitally signing this document, I affirm that the information I provided is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I have read the IC3's Privacy Policy, and understand that this information may be provided to law enforcement and regulatory agencies. If available, I will provide additional documentation not included in this complaint, such as email correspondence, payment receipts, or electronic logs, upon request to the best of my ability. I authorize the dissemination of the complaint, or information in the complaint, to appropriate federal, state, local, tribal or international Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) for purposes of investigating the complaint.

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