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Anonymous
Cape Town, Province of the Western Cape, South Africa
2016-03-18 06:22:09
Nigerian/419 Scam
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Loan Scam - Benin NigeriaEmail Attached
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Oliver Holmes
Email Address:
   oliverholmesfinacesolution@gmail.com
Oliver Holmes replies on email
22 Feb – “I am not based in SA. I am based and fully registered by the Nigeria Government. I have given loans to people all over the world and has never had a problem with my client. I believe you applied to me because you have heard of my legitimacy I can't afford to dent my image. If I have your trust then I can assure you that you have a 100% guaranty of getting your loan from me without any stress.” $355
24 Feb – “Loan collateral document is a basic requirement by the Bank and Finance Ministry to transfer huge amount of money as loan otherwise it may be seen as a money laundering which is a crime”. $530
28 Feb – “Your loan transfer has been verified and should be in your account before the end of the day.”
1 March – “The bank said the western union and transfer costs and bank vats is $516.
1 March – “Your loan amount should have been in your bank account now but the fact that your account has not received international transfer of such before and the transfer was done in US Dollars and your account is not a dollar account that is the reason it can't reflect”
1 March – “Like I explained before I have been doing transfer for over 8 years and there has never be any problem with my transactions. The bank explained that is how they will do the transfer per Nigeria transfer policies”
2 March – “The loan amount you are receiving is R350 000. 00 the difference in the $30000.00 has been extracted for all bank, Ministry and other processing costs.”
2 March – “The amount is $515 for western union. You are to use the information you used the last time through western union to Anthony Faith” $515
4 March – “The only other way is to get a guarantor in Nigeria who has an international passport and will swear to affidavit once this is done your MTCN numbers will be released to you to cash your loan” $1500
5 March – “I know how difficult it was for me to get this guarantor for you I did it because your transfer is done already all you need now is the MTCN numbers and your bank will credit your account with your loan amount without stress.” I know this is hard for you but your MTCN numbers will be giving to you today and your loan credited into your bank account” The bank is waiting, I want this mtcn reveal to you today so that you can clear this loan” There is no loopholes once the guarantor comes and fulfil those requirements your mtcn will be revealed to you to credit your bank account” Let me know when you are sending the proof of payment. I want to inform the guarantor and the bank as to know whether your loan will be cleared today.
5 March - I want you to be confident, be relaxed your transaction will be sorted tomorrow there is no more delays and I assure you no problems. Tomorrow your loan will be paid into your bank account. I am giving you full assurance on THIS”
8 March – “We are at the bank right now to complete this transaction.”
8 March – “Please kindly send down $325 there is an agreement to be drawn between the bank and your guarantor. $325
8 March – “This is not outrageous; there is a legal agreement that must be drawn for your guarantor and the bank before they can give me the MTCN numbers.
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