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.
#403491 by AlanJones Tue Jan 21, 2020 1:08 am
From: MR. GIMMY ESO. - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Subject: GOOD DAY
Tel. No.: +2347083314703

Plot 635, Akin Adesola Victoria Island,
Lagos, Nigeria.

Dear Customer,

We acknowledged receipt of your mail. I am Mr. Ibru Duke the head of
operations Guaranty Trust Bank of Nigeria plc; I am in charge of
foreign operation.

We have done everything necessary for the mail received 16th 0f
October 2019 for you to send the required fees of $250 to enable the
delivery of your ATM Card to your door step through our certified
courier. It is rest assured you must receive the ATM Card loaded with
the total value of $5,000,000.00 US dollars and other legal documents
72hrs (three days) upon receipt of the required fees $250.

I advised you to send your postal address, full name, phone number and
any of your identification to avoid mistakes on delivery. As soon as
we received the above information and the fees, we will immediately
proceed with the courier to deliver your ATM Card.

I am sending you my id card as you requested and do not fail to keep
me posted as soon as the fees is available so I can send you the
payment detail to send the fees for the delivery and insurance
charges. View attached file for my working id card. Do acknowledge
receipt of my mail.

I will advice you to make sure that you send the payment of $250 today
via western union with the receiver name below:

Receiver Address: Logos-Nigeria
Test Question: A
Test Answer: B
Amount: $250

Sender Name:
Sender Address:

After sending the payment kindly send a scanned copy of the western
union payment receipt for our confirmation and record purpose. Be rest
assured that as soon as we confirm this payment today.

Upon the receipt of this email kindly send the required information
and call me for more information on how you will receive your fund.


Mr. Ibru Duke.
Head of operations
Guaranty trust bank of Nigeria plc.

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