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.
#374668 by AlanJones Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:45 pm
From: Mr.MIKE PAUL - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Tel. No.: +2348079064387

ATTENTION:

We are writing for you regarding the transfer of your compensations
funds which ought to commence immediately haven received your details
needed for the transfer. Havent done all the proper verification
exercise from all our department, we found you worthy of the cash
compensations in the United Bank/UNITED NATIONS 2006 COMPENSATIONS
PAYMENTS program organized by UNITED NATIONS/NIGERIA GOVERNMENT aimed
at redeeming the country's image and also to try to put an end to the
incessant scams reports by foreignners especially from US. However,
after this compensations is paid, the country will decline any other
report from you, should you fall into the hands of this perpetrators
again. Meanwhile, as for now everything seem to be working in your
favour, all that we require from you now, is your maximum cooperation
for smooth transfer of your money through our paying bank to you.

We are writing to inform you that we have finalised the release and
transfer of your compensations of $100,000.00 (ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS), to your account but we wish to let you know of the final stage
requirements as stated below:
1. A completed tranfer slip (Fill the required info and leave others for
official use).
2. An Authorising letter of application requesting the transfer of your
due funds as your COMPENSATIONS PAYMENTS to the provided account
information provided (write as email). This letter by applicant is for
official documentation purpose.
3. A scanned receipt of the sum of $ 850USD (EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS) which stands for the TRANSFER CHARGES for the transfer of
$100,000.00 and the processing of other required documents to back the
said amount like CERTIFICATE OF CLEAR SOURCE OF FUND, UN ANTI-TERRORIST
CERTIFICATE, CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT, etc. made payable directly to the
Accountant/Processing Officer to the UN monitoring committee, ANANTI
LAWRENCE MMADUKA here in Nigeria through WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER
and details of the payment receipt clearly listed in the order of
payment as listed below:

SENDER:
First Name:.........................
Surname (Last Name):..............
Adress/Country:.....................
AMOUNT SENT:....................
MTCN:...............................
Test Question(If any):..............
Answer(If any):.....................

RECEIVER:
Name: ANANTI LAWRENCE MMADUKA.
Country:Nigeria
City: Lagos

Preferrably, you can send the scanned copy of the receipt. Ensure you
keep safe the receipt for documentation purpose and when demanded by the
monitoring committee during cross-checking.

Note that your funds is protected by a hardcover insurance policy
closely monitored by the UN monitoring committee, which makes it
impossible for us to deduct any amount from your compensations funds
before it is remitted to you. This means that the above charges cannot
be deducted from the compensations and hence must be provided by you
before your transfer can be effected. Please respond to this email by
making available the charge above.
As soon as the above requirements are met and payments for COT (Cost Of
Tranfer) is paid, and the details of the payment received, your funds
will reach you accordingly within 48hours.

CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE!!!

Hoping to hear from you soonest

Yours faithfully,
Mr.MIKE PAUL.
UBA/UNITED NATIONS 2006 COMPENSATIONS PAYMENTS DEPT.
Tel: +234 8079064387

NOTE: The Nigerian Government will decline any other complains of scam
should you fall victim again after this compensations is paid and
transfered to you. So be warned!!!

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.
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