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 Dominique JONES
  Azad
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 Arsalan KAZEMI
  Army
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 Quinton HOSLEY
  Arak
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  Tabriz
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Updated Scam Alert: Ahmad Zahra is back with new different fake names and accounts!! - Aug 28, 2018


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AHMAD MADWAR
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Hey guys, players, coaches, and agents? Do you remember Ahmad Zahra, the world famous scam who introduces himself as an agent and he has a job for you from Lebanon or Qatar or any middle east country?
After he being famous and known for many players, coaches, and agents, he started using A new method of fraud, he started using a different name than Ahmad Zahra as we got info from many players and coaches he is using the following accounts on facebook:

"Vivo's Aydin" https://www.facebook.com/vivos.aydin
"Okmhad Ahmad" https://www.facebook.com/okmhad.ahmad
"Zahra Moustafa Ahmad" https://www.facebook.com/ahmad.zahra.507


What did he do with many players?
-He contacted many players and sent them fake contracts and convinced them that he had a job for them, then he asked those players to send him 500$ as legal fees or something like that then he will ask you to send him a more money.
-He brought many American players to Lebanon and let them to pay their own flight tickets, and illusion these players that he has teams for them, players came and found nothing and just waste their money and time and we heard many stories that Zahra stole a money from players.
-He is using many fake names and impersonating many other agents and using their licenses.
You can do a little research on google to know who is Ahmad Zahra.

Here is a link of an article published about him on court-side website
https://www.court-side.com/news/scam-agent-warning/

And here is an article published about him a few years ago on Eurobasket:

"WARNING!! Ahmad Zahra, world-famous scam is back - by Eurobasket Center
This is an alert to all aspiring and even experienced ballplayers out there. A WORLD famous Scam Artist at large in the International Basketball community named Ahmad Zahra is back (sometimes as Aziz AZ). He resides in Lebanon. This fake agent tries to convince players that he has lucrative contracts for them from different teams almost at random. The truth is, he has ZERO contacts or respect from any of the teams he claims he works with. He also will ask for "Up Front money" in order for him to even send the imaginary contract that he claims to have. Just a lesson here for all the players... in this business, you NEVER have to pay anybody for a contract, especially a contract that you haven't even laid eyes on or know exists. The team is supposed to pay the agent his fees and cover all expenses for the player. This is nothing more than a SCAM. This Ahmad Zahra character is a liar, a thief, and a crook. If he comes to you with any potential job offers, just block and ignore this individual. Nobody respects him or trusts him and he has stolen money from dozens of players that we have spoken to with the promise of sending them contracts in exchange for money. He also sends FAKE contracts with bogus language, incomplete information, no letterheads, and even with the wrong players names and salaries on them. Again...AHMAD ZAHRA has NO CONTACTS, CONTRACTS, or Anything of that nature. He is a JOKE and a SCAM ARTIST just trying to steal money from players by preying on their high aspirations. From our research, all he will do is steal your money and then string you along with all kind of other excuses and delays to send him more money for other Visa issues, flight expenses etc. NONE of the words that comes put of this Mans mouth is legit...again, he is a JOKE with ZERO RESPECT and TRUST from anyone in the basketball community. He has been contacting players personally for a long time with crazy stories and contract offers etc.... HE IS A SCAM ARTIST WITH NO JOB OFFERS. NO team will deal with him ever, he is blackballed fro m the basketball community and actually has police after him for continuously scamming american players according to contacts that we've spoken with. DO NOT entertain this guy, he is a joke and a Scam Artist. Do your research on him and take heed to this warning...don't waste your time and definitely not your money. Below is his contact information, as we mentioned before, if he contacts you, just ignore him. This is just advice to all young guys out there. Best of luck to everybody this season!

e-mail: a-cool85@hotmail.com
Skype: a.cool85
mobile: 00 961 70 637 575 (also on WhatsApp)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ahmad.zahra.507?ref=ts&fref=ts

He always usues Fatima Khateb name to send money by western union"
  



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Zob Ahan Isfahan (Superleague) signed ex-international Reza Ranjbar. He begin 2018-19 season at Army team , now after one and half season in army team and finishing his military service he decided to join Zob Ahan for rest of the season. The previous (16-17) season Ranjbar played at Shiraz a.s Pipe where in 17 Superleague games he had 11.6ppg, 7.5rpg, 1.1apg and 1.1bpg. He was a member of Iranian Senior National Team back in 2014. Ranjbar previously for two other teams: Qazvin and Chemido...   [read more]
Superleague Round 9: Naft Abadan beats Shahrdari Gorgan in the most crucial game of the week - 5 days ago
Here is the last round review presented by ESL. An exciting game between Top Four teams was played in Abadan. Third ranked Naft Abadan faced 4th placed Shahrdari Gorgan. Host Naft Abadan (6-2) defeated guests from Gorgan (4-4) 89-79. Naft Abadan maintains third place with 6-2 record having just two points less than leader Petrochimi. Shahrdari Gorgan lost third consecutive game. They keep the fourth position with four games lost. They share it with Army and Zob Ahan. Bottom-ranked Ra...   [read more]
Superleague Round 7: Naft Abadan loses to Chemidor - 19 days ago
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