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.
#344960 by AlanJones Sun Nov 12, 2017 2:22 am
From: Mr,Ricardo Tanur. - "CHUC."@titan.ocn.ne.jp
Reply-to: "Mr,Ricardo Tanur." - [email protected]
Tel. No.: +22999663163

Attention Please.

Your prompt response will be highly appreciated.

Well, be informed that all you thought to do is to send us the below requested details to enable us proceed with your transfer today before it will be too late.

So please send us:

Your Receiver name:
Address:
Telephone/Cell Number:
Country:
City:
Gender:

The maximum amount you will be receiving per day is $5,000 and you are required to pay for your payment file validation fee, so contact Our director with your information and ask him how much is the fee, Thank You.

Note!!! The fund is originated as a compensation from ECOWAS (Economic of West African State) in the sum of$10.5Million USD.

As soon as we get these above details we shall proceed with the transfer immediately and send you the payment slip for confirmation.

Kindly help and assist us in the fight against scam Mr,Ricardo Tanur. emailing by adding this code of conduct (#MG/XXZCMTFX2017) in every email conversations to differentiate between our email and any other third party.

Contact Mr,Ricardo Tanur.
via email on ([email protected])
Phone No.+229-9966-3163

Regards,
Money-Gram Headquarters®

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