Really, I was not planning to do much more on the Tallano fraud, then I noticed a shared Facebook post from a Ging Inigo on behalf of the fraudulent Bureau of Central Interpol/Interpolcom and its convicted bank fraudster, Mr. Tiburcio Villamor Marcos Tallano. I might have just giggled at the silliness and moved on.
Mr Tallano is one of three operating fraudsters claiming ownership of thousands of tonnes of non-existent gold on the basis of laughably forged documents. The other two main scammers are Julian Mordern Tallano and a ‘Queen’ Salvacion Legaspi, all using much the same fraudlent documents.
A fraudster threatens
Then came the threat.
It is time to reveal the truth about these corrupters of Philippine history with fake tales of non-existent gold.
Mr Tallano has not even earned the gold braid on the military uniforms he likes to photoshop his head onto. It is a fabrication despised by real military personnel and veterans, known as ‘stolen valor‘. He has spent not a single day in any armed forces.
This is the person who walked into Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank in Hong Kong with fake documents and tried to withdraw 90 billion dollars from a non-existent account.
As we shall see, the terms ‘fraudulent’, and ‘fraudster’ are supported by legal documentation and advisories and reports by law enforcement agencies and court reports.
To those who claim that a foreigner has no right to comment on this matter I say: I am British. These people involved Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, stole the Royal Crest and invoked Britain in their laughably fraudlent OCT 1-04 claim to own almost the entire Philippines.
That means they involved me.
I will now prove beyond rational doubt, that the organisation attached to Mr Tiburcio Villamor Marcos Tallano are money-making scams, known as early as 1987, and that the fake ‘Prince’ is a dishonorable liar, convicted fraudster, who steals the valour due to others.