Scams re-targeting those who have already been victimized
#158098 by Reportandie Wed Mar 20, 2013 5:04 am
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
15A Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Attention Victim,
The Federal Government of Nigeria through provisions in Section 419 of the Criminal Code came up with punitive measures to deter and punish offenders.The Advance Fee Fraud section deal mainly with cases of advance fee fraud(commonly called 419) such as obtaining by false pretense through different fraudulent schemes e.g. contract scam, credit card scam, inheritance scam, job scam, lottery scam, “wash wash” scam (money washing scam), marriage scam. Immigration scam, counterfeiting and religious scam. It also investigates cyber crime cases.

After proper investigations at Western Union Money Transfer and Money Gram office to know if you have truly sent money to fraudsters in Nigeria through Western Union Money Transfer or Money Gram, your name was found in Western Union Money Transfer database amongst those that have sent money through Western Union Money Transfer to Nigeria and this proves you right that you have truly been swindled by those unscrupulous persons by sending money to them through Western Union Money Transfer in the course of getting one fund or the other that is not real, right now we are working hand in hand with Western Union to track every fraudsters down, do not respond to their e-mails, letters and phone calls any longer, they are scams and you should be very careful to avoid being a victim to fraudsters any longer.

In this regard and in line with the meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland which mandated the Federal Republic of Nigeria through the Central Bank to compensate victims of scams defrauded by fraudsters in Nigeria, a sum of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000) has been deposited on your behalf at the Western Union office as compensation.

We have deposited your fund at Western Union Money Transfer agent location EMS Post office, Lagos, Nigeria. You are to contact the western union office with your details as directed, your fund has already been insured with your details to avoid misappropriation.

Contact the Western Union agent office through the email address stated below;
[email protected]

Yours sincerely,
Ibrahim Lamorde,
Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Please note that some fraudsters are claiming to be the Executive Chairman, Ibrahim Lamorde or staff of The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission have recently been sending phony e-mails/letters and also calling unsuspecting persons, with intent to defraud them. It is important to note that these fraudsters are criminals engaged in advance fee fraud. People throughout the world are falling victim to scams of various kinds. But remember - if it sounds too good to be true, it is probably a scam. In view of these, we unreservedly advice you to dissociate yourself from all correspondence and transactions entered into based on evidently fraudulent and fictitious claims.

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