Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#20119 by David Jansen Thu Jan 14, 2010 3:54 pm
This looks like it could be true, but as soon as you reply the scammer tries everything to make you believe there is a huge sum of money waiting for you. But there is no money and the only purpose for this scam is to make you send money to the scammer.
IP: Benin city Nigeria

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Thu, 14 Jan 2010 8:55 PM (< 1 min ago)

Attention: Sir/Madam

I am an auditor in a European bank and clearing house in London. Our duty
is to look into transaction record of Banks, Securities Companies and
Financial Houses within Europe based on the directive of British Prime
Minister Mr. Gordon Brown,We also work in collaboration with American,
Asian, African and Australian Clearing Houses.During my investigation we
discovered un-paid debts from different Banks and Securities Companies,
worth over £400m Pounds lying un-paid with Banks in London, and that you
are to be paid for an LOTTERY FUND/ASSET, which requires presentation of
certain Documents and payment of Fees before the Fund could be released to

View the website for more information:

I want to inform you that the problem you are having is from your claims
officer who is representing you, they do not reveal the reason for the
delay of your payment, and the reason you should pay the money they demand
from you.

My reason for contacting you is to inform you to stop payment of any such
to the claims officer or to the Financial Bank and Securities Companies as
you will not receive your fund due to some anomalies we discovered in your

We are to protect your interest contact me immediately so we can advice
you on how you will receive your fund without any impediment with the
following information below:

Mr. Frank Williams
Email:[email protected]

You are hereby advised to maintain constant contact with me and avoid any
interaction with unscrupulous agents, partners.

Yours faithfully,
Mr. Frank Williams

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