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Offline Baby Farts

More Nigerian scams
« on: January 12, 2014, 02:35:09 PM »
When will they ever quit?


From:    Dr. Abraham Nwankwo ( Director-General )
             Debt Management Office . DMO
             The Presidency -Nigeria.                                         
                                                             
             NDIC Building (1st Floor),
             Central Business District,                                       
                                 
             Garki Abuja, Nigeria.
                                                                               
                                                                               
                                                               
Ref: UXB/GF/DMO/298XX13
                                                                               
         
To: The Debt Beneficiary: Code Name: RED78-111/XX8
Payment No: CO2/GH88B3
Payment File:#FGN13/78/CBN/013

PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS CONFIDENTIAL MESSAGE ON YOUR DEBT PAYMENT.

This message is not a mistake coming to you direct from my desk for the first
time as Director-General of Debt Management Office Nigeria, based on
established Debt records on your name verified by the combined DMO-DG's teams
of EU, USA, Britain, UN, IMF, World Bank, IMF and African Unions etc,
confirming authenticity of your Debt Origination from Africa/Nigeria., hence a
consignor resolution was reached to pay all such Debt from my Office in cash.

But, you must help this office NOW to liquate your Debt outstanding after the
Unfortunate Express Cash Transit delivery last November 2011 by UPS Express
Courier Personnel to your specified home address in USA was returned.
Therefore, you must confirm your current RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS submitted earlier
in your Record, if it is still available or not, Because we are not going to
make the same mistake again, having personally called you severally with
the Director of Debt Verification Cash office on your phone since Monday this
week to no avail. The Consignment cash fund transit sent to you on November
2011 was returned to our Treasury Depository Cash office through US
Embassy Diplomatic Logistic and Security special services, you can check these
facts by visiting

http://www.ups.com, Tracking Number: 1ZA67T571304485982,

Attached is the picture of sealed BOX containing your Debt cash fund, the DHL
had been contracted to conclude delivery to your address yet to be personally
re-confirmed with your full name, phone Number. Via contact details, Fax
+27 86 609 4842 E-mail: drabrahamdgdmong@yahoo.co.jp  phone calls are not allow
for security of Cash movement why on transit to your destination.

Don.t let this opportunity pass you as this payment will be the last for this
year 2013, BE WARNED, Congratulations! your International Diplomatic Custom
Immunity Yellow Tags is ready and a copy will be send to you for free entry of
your Fund Consignment at your country Airport.

Best Regards

OFFICIALLY SIGNED & SEALED BY

DR. ABRAHAM NWANKWO
( DIRECTOR-GENERAL )
DEBT MANAGEMENT OFFICE . DMO
THE PRESIDENCY -NIGERIA.
 

Offline Baby Farts

Re: More Nigerian scams
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2014, 02:36:30 PM »
Here's another funny one lol.

Reply-To:    agntjohnedward66@superposta.com
From:    "Agent John Edward" <nbvcxxzznnxxxxB@star.ocn.ne.jp>
To:    undisclosed-recipients: ;
Date:    22 May 2013, 04:52:53 AM
Subject:    FROM AGENT JOHN EDWARD GET BACK TO ME IMMEDIATELY (G11)
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I received an INTEL MEMO from the WHITE HOUSE in my office today and I must advice you as follows:
 
1: I received an Intel from our wiretap internet protocol office that my communication with you have been breached by impostors which have prompted immediate action from my side to make sure that this transaction is secured. Today, I issue you this code for communication (G11) which must be contained both in the subject and at the end of any of my email letter to you, This is for your own good.
 
2: With instruction from the White House and the United states Department of Homeland Security, I am informing you that you due consignment box containing your total payment fund of US$10,000,000.00 (Ten Million United States Dollars) is approved for release and delivery to you as soon as you fulfill all “OBLIGATION” and offset the refundable "PROOF OF OWNERSHIP CERIFICATE" mandated by the IRS on all consignment that has been in our vault over 3 months.
 
Note that as i write you now, your funds contained in your consignment box is presently in our maximum storage vault in Atlanta, GA and will only be marked cleared for release once you fulfill all “OBLIGATION" stated on your release questionnaire by Homeland security.
 
Once I hear from you, I will instruct further.
 
Regards,
Agent John Edward (G11).
 

Offline Baby Farts

Re: More Nigerian scams
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2014, 02:38:05 PM »
One more to add to the collection. Wow!  It's from the F.B.I!!!  :lol

Reply-To:    federalbureauinvestigation02013@cyberservices.com
From:    "FEDERAL BUREAU INVESTIGATION" <fbiofficewdc@cyberservices.com>
Date:    28 May 2013, 02:38:52 AM
Subject:    Re: OFFICIAL ATM VISA CARD PAYMENT NOTICE, OPEN THIS ATTACHED FILE FOR DETAILS AND INSTRUCTIONS
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Records show that you are among one of the individuals and organizations who
are yet to receive their overdue payment from overseas which includes those of
Lottery/Gambling, Contract and Inheritance.

OFFICIAL ATM VISA CARD PAYMENT NOTICE.
READ THIS ATTACHED MESSAGE FOR INSTRUCTIONS AND DIRECTIVE TO RECEIVE YOUR
PAYMENT WITHIN 48 HOURS.
 

Offline Baby Farts

Re: More Nigerian scams
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2014, 02:39:44 PM »
Oops!  Almost forgot this one:

To:    Recipients <DoAurand@aol.com>
From:    "ROMAN SARAFINCHAN" <DoAurand@aol.com>
Reply-To:    romansarafinch@aol.com
Date:    05 Jun 2013, 06:11:44 AM
Subject:    I AM ROMAN SARAFINCHAN FROM UKRAINE LIVING IN HOMS, SYRIA. I LOST MY PARENTS, TWO SISTERS, AND RELATIONS WITH OUR FAMILY ASSETS/HOUSE DURING THE RECENT WAR IN SYRIA. I WAS JUST LUCKY TO BE ALIVE AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE PROTEST. THE CIVIL WAR IN SYRIA IS GROWING MORE APPARENT AS THE CONFLICT STEADILY INTENSIFIES BETWEEN THE ALAWITE-DOMINATED REGIMES OF SYRIAN PRESIDENT BASHAR AL-ASSAD AND THE MAINLY SUNNI REBEL FREE SYRIAN ARMY. AT THE START OF THE REBELLION BEFORE THIS TRAGEDY, MY FATHER WHO WAS A BUSINESSMAN WHO DEALT ON GOLD & DIAMONDS AND MADE GOOD SAVINGS FROM HIS BUSINESS, WITHDREW ALL HIS MONEY FROM THE BANK AND PACKAGED IT IN A BOX LABELED AS GOLD & DIAMOND BUT CONCEALED IN IT IS THE SUM OF $12M IN CASH.GET BACK FOR MORE DETAILS.EMAIL: romsaraf4@ymail.com
 

Offline Roger

Re: More Nigerian scams
« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2014, 03:51:11 PM »
These 'scams' from Nigeria have been going on for the best part of 30 years I would guess.
Maybe one person in 1,000,000 might fall for a scam like this - but it's hard to believe that anyone could fall victim to such obvious nonsense.
MORE WORRYINGLY - just to prove you can't believe what you read in the papers, on the TV or radio.
Was really amazed to hear the 'Today' programme on Radio 4 recently, giving time to some young Professor, on a topic based on new Nations being tipped as emerging 'front runners' for growth and economic development i.e. the 'MINTS' including Mexico, Indonesia and Nigeria as the hot tips.
After 5 years out there myself, MHO is that Nigeria is NOT a serious candidate for anything good of this nature in the future.
Corruption together with religious, factional and tribal disturbance will make sure this cannot happen.
The point of my reply is that, why does the BBC give a highlight to such a tenuous proposition ?
Oh he was a Professor - yawn.
 

Offline Johnnie F.

Re: More Nigerian scams
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2014, 04:14:46 PM »
Most popular scam in Germany is posing as law office collecting fees for sending warning letters via email about watching or downloading copyrighted porn movies. Very high success rate! Most pay quietly, hardly anybody inquires whether that "law office" is actually existing, or ask for details of the accusation.   :evilgrin
Fun is the one thing that money can't buy
 

Offline Alfonso

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Re: More Nigerian scams
« Reply #6 on: January 14, 2014, 08:59:06 PM »
 I always notice whenever I buy anything online, the next few days I'll be bombarded with emails from "UPS, Fed Ex, DHL" and the likes with attachments telling me to log on regarding my shipment.
Is this the Nigerians also???
 

 



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