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.
#186638 by buried under 419s Tue Jan 07, 2014 8:39 pm
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We contacted you some time ago after the discovery and report contained in this email regarding the ugly experience you may have been into or still going through from scammers and impostors that sends out thousands of scam email daily looking for who to rip off, however you simply ignored our notice and we are writing yet again to advice you it has been re confirmed to this Agency that some group of impostors are currently to if not already ripping you off claiming they are Banks, Delivery Company ,EFCC Nigeria, IMF, FBI, Western Union, Money gram, Diplomat Agents and others imposed offices around the globe especially in West Africa region such as Nigeria, Ghana and Benin Republic and you have being their victim paying money after money for endless acquiring of fake documents ,certificates, there is always another fees to be paid whenever you are dealing with these hoodlums another surely and it is very sad to know you have not find out that these people are all crime.

This information is from the Internet Scam Investigation Department, the people you are dealing with are all internet fraudsters operating from different part of Africa, they only want your money and they are the same people but write you differently and that is why you received a lot of email daily and you are confused because you don't know the truth, you find it very easy sending your personal information to any email claiming they have fund for you without a proper inquiry and as a result your info is on the internet and that gives these fraudsters easy access to get to you, they are not what they claim they are and I don't know if you have sent them any money at all, they will keep demanding money until you realize that they are impostors, it is time you open your eyes before you remain a victim of internet scam forever, this will serve as eye opener to you to stop further dealings at all and follow the direction given to you to find out if you truly have any REAL fund approved for you in Africa or any

I ask, have you been able to find out why you receive all kinds of emails daily claiming it have funds for you? Have you asked yourself if there is any fund awarded in your name at all? Or do you believe anybody that contacts you and says they have fund for you? recent report from the Economical and Financial Crime Commission revealed that 70% of internet Scam in Africa is carried out by touts and jobless men in Africa and Nigeria Benin Republic to be precise (unemployment rate in Africa) and for this reason we are on assignment to eradicate this abuse on the internet and also it was also revealed that these fraudsters has partners working with them in Benin Republic, London, USA and other European and Asian Countries so at times you are contacted from even your own Country but it is all but scam.

These fraudsters are to serve 12years Jail terms as By virtue of subsection (3) of section 4 of the 1999 Economical and financial crime Constitution all 102 Section 120 of the Criminal Procedure Act gives the court a discretion for judgment against these impostors, furthermore the West Africa Government shall no longer be liable for your further lost if you continue to listen to these impostors who have been scamming people all over the year, however your are hereby advised to contact the Foreign Affairs Commission to make inquiry if you have any approved fund in Africa be it compensation, contract, inheritance or winnings, report the names of those fake offices you are dealing with immediately if any to them.

Yes if you wish to put an end to this scam you have experienced and if you ever want to receive your fund from Africa if there is any, first thing to do is to INQUIRE from the Foreign Affairs Commission, talk to Alhaji T. Suleiman on the following email:

We are at your service, you can help eliminate scam in Africa.

Detective Emmakelvin
Head Internet Scam Investigation and Information Group
Economical and Financial Crime Commission.

Questions about scams? fraudatiocruor @ gmail.com to contact remove spaces

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