Scams re-targeting those who have already been victimized
#155647 by YOLLY Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:36 pm

Urgent response needed. Investigation of Alleged Fraudster Mr. Rachael adegunwa (A.K.A Winkle Eric)?

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FEBRUARY 25, 2013
NIGERIA.23401 .

10228 Old Naches Hwy,
Naches WA 98937
We have a fraud perpetrator under a close investigation to be Mr.
Rachael adegunwa (A.K.A Winkle Eric) He is presently undergoing
investigation on various frauds / Money Laundering activities.
Following our thorough interrogation, records indicates that he has
defrauded you a certain sum of money by impersonating, lying and
cheating unjustly after he was investigated for a recent fraud scandal
of $145000USD involving an American .This fellow Rachael adegunwa (A.K.A
Winkle Eric) is not in any way American or White. He is a
professional fraudster with similar contacts/counterparts in several
parts of the world mostly U.S, United Kingdom and Europe who are
accomplices and aid each other in receiving fraud monies and remitting
it back to him after been shared evenly. According to on-line
investigation and also with the help of the Nigerian High court, who
notified us on a resent email, acquiring to know more about the bill
called B.T.A. Investigation has made us know that you have falling a
victim of this fraudster, cause everything he might have been telling
was a lie. However, you are the only means at which we can get to him
at the ,moment. we Employ you not to make him aware of any
conversation of us with you for this will only help us get to him.
Thus, if you can help us to the perpetrator, who has been damaging the
image of this country outside and also in of the country, we assure
you get back all your funds which you have sent in one way or the
other including a 50% addition to the total funds being sent to him.
Do contact us back immediately to have him investigated, he can be charged to court, prosecuted
and at the end face the wrath of the law.

We hopefully believe you get back to us with more information
about him that help will us to get the root of this matter.

The preponderance of economic and financial crimes like Advance Fee
Fraud (419), Money Laundering, etc has had severe negative
consequences on Nigeria, including decreased Foreign Direct
Investments in the country and tainting of Nigeria's national image.
The menace of these crimes and the recognition of the magnitude and
gravity of the situation led to the establishment of the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The legal instrument backing the
Commission is the attached EFCC (Establishment) Act 2002 and the
Commission has high-Ievel support from the Presidency, the Legislature
and key security and law enforcement agencies in Nigeria.

Executive Chairman, EFCC
Farida Mzamber Waziri (Mrs.), retired Assistant Inspector General of
Police (AIG), brings to her appointment strong qualifications and
impeccable professional competencies spanning 35 years of work and
experience in the Nigeria Police.
EFCC Executive Chairman, Chief Mrs. Farida Mzamber Waziri (AIG rtd.)
Mrs. Waziri enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force as a recruit in
1965/1966 and rose through the ranks to the position of Assistant
Inspector General of Police (AIG) as a result of diligence and by
continuous training. An officer with vast crime fighting experience,
she was Assistant Commissioner of Police (Operations), screening and
selection, Assistant/Deputy Commissioner of Police Force C.I.D
Alagbon, Lagos, Commissioner of Police, General Investigation;
Commissioner of Police in charge of X-Squad where she was saddled with
the responsibility of dealing with cases of bribery and corruption
within the Force and other cases of fraud reported to CID Alagbon,
Lagos. She also served as Commissioner of Police (special fraud unit)
and is credited with recording the first ever conviction for Advance
Fee Fraud in Nigeria.

Author of Advance Fee Fraud, National Security and the Law, Mrs.
Waziri is a member of several organizations, including Chief of Police
Association, USA, International Association of Women Police,
Soroptismist of Nigeria, Life member, Federation of Women Lawyers and
is Vice President, Alumni Association of the National Defense College.

Some of the professional courses and training she attended in her
illustrious career in the Nigeria Police, include the Special Branch
Course (Basic) Advance Courses (1976); Detective Counter-Espionage
Courses 1968; Subversion and Sabotage Courses, (1969); Detective
Courses, Covert/Overt Investigations 1970; Administrative Staff
College of Nigeria (ASCON) Advance Management Course, (1984); ASCON
Higher Management Course (1988); Staff College, Jos for the Advance
Course C (1992), among several others. She also attended the
prestigious War College Abuja where she researched the Advance Fee
Fraud phenomenon in Nigeria.

A highly resourceful Police officer, Waziri was highly sought after at
intellectual gatherings within and outside the country, where she
presented papers and led discussions on crime detection and control
measures. Among other assignments, she led the West African delegation
on Advance Fee Fraud to Lyons, France in 1996 and was also the leader
of Nigeria delegation to Dallas, Texas for a seminar organized by the
United State Secret Service in 1998.

Born July 7, 1946, the EFCC Executive Chairman had her primary school
education in Gboko, Benue State and was also at Queen of Holy Rosary
Convent, Gboko, from 1960 – 1963. She had a stint at the Federal
Training Centre, Kaduna in 1967. A trained lawyer, she obtained her
law degree from the University of Lagos, 1992 before proceeding to the
Nigerian Law School in 1992. Mrs. Waziri also holds a Masters degree
in Law from the Lagos State University. In 1996, she graduated with a
Masters Degree in Strategic Studies from the University of Ibadan. The
EFCC Executive Chairman is married with five children.
Mrs. Waziris?s modest achievements in EFCC, most notable amongst which
are the de-listing of Nigeria from the FATF list of Non-Cooperative
Countries & Territories, admission of Nigeria into the Egmont Group
and the withdrawal of the US Treasury advisory on Nigeria on the
FINCEN. She has also attracted donor support from the European Union
(EU), UNDP, UNODC, World Bank and a host of others running into
millions of US Dollars and led to collaborative efforts with the FBI,
SOCA, Metropolitan Police, Dutch Police, German Police, South African
Police and a host of other Law Enforcement Agencies the world over.

Mission Statement
The EFCC will curb the menace of the corruption that constitutes the
cog in the wheel of progress; protect national and foreign investments
in the country; imbue the spirit of hard work in the citizenry and
discourage ill gotten wealth; identify illegally acquired wealth and
confiscate it; build an upright workforce in both public and private
sectors of the economy and; contribute to the global war against
financial crimes.
The Act mandates the EFCC to combat financial and economic crimes. The
Commission is empowered to prevent, investigate, prosecute and
penalise economic and financial crimes and is charged with the
responsibility of enforcing the provisions of other laws and
regulations relating to economic and financial crimes, including:
Economic and Financial Crimes commission Establishment act (2004)
The Money Laundering Act 1995
The Money Laundering (Prohibition) act 2004
The Advance Fee Fraud and Other Fraud Related Offences Act 1995
The Failed Banks (Recovery of Debts) and Financial Malpractices in
Banks Act 1994
The Banks and other Financial Institutions Act 1991; and
Miscellaneous Offences Act
To view these documents (in PDF format) Click Here
In addition, the EFCC will be the key agency of government responsible
for fighting terrorism.

The most common way of accepting cases by EFCC is through a petition
written by an individual or organization. The petition will be
evaluated and if the case falls within the purview of the commission's
mandate, it will be accepted for investigation and possibly
prosecution. Petitions that do not fall within the purview of the
commission are sent to the appropriate agency, be it the Nigeria
Police Force, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Independent
Corrupt Practices and other related offenses Commission, Central Bank
of Nigeria (CBN), etc. Members of the public can also send complaints
electronically to the commission email address: [email protected]
Yours sincerely,

Top Agent Barry White.
Head of Operations,
Economic & Financial Crimes Commission .

#155695 by Bryon Williams Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:51 pm
Hello YOLLY,

The email you posted is not from Scamwarners or any member here.

The email is from a scammer. We call them Recovery Scammers. The scammer may have got your email address in a few ways. You may have been scammed in the past or you were in contact with a scammer. The same scammer has changed his name, email address and targeting you for a new scam. Sometimes scammers will sell your information to other scammers.

In this type of scam the scammer will tell you that he can get your money back that you lost to a scam. He is lying again and trying to steal more money from you. He will have you send money via Western Union or Money Gram to pay fees/processing your claim. You will lose that money and he will continue to scam you.

Please stop any contact you may have with a scammer and do not reply to the email you posted.

Never send money to anyone you met over the internet.


Please contacta moferatorstor if you have a question or information about this post.

Please do not tell the scammer he is posted here.

Please remember the fallen.
#155759 by Bubbles Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:12 pm
Moved to Recovery Scams topic because indeed this is a message scammers use in Recovery Scams as Bryon indicated.

There is no money waiting for you from a fund. The only money will be money the scammer takes from you. As Bryon indicated, stop communicating with this scammer.

Bubbles, former Scamwarners moderator.

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Gone, but never forgotten.

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