Scam Tip Report #94632 - Your attention

Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Somewhere in United States
2019-03-08 09:51:00
Nigerian/419 Scam
Your attention 
John Onyedika
Email Address:
Country of Scam:
United States (US)
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Date: 08/03/19
Your attention:

We got your contact information from your dispatch courier company. Your
inheritance claim parcel, containing your confirmed International Bank Draft
of USD$3,200,000 and the fund claim certificates addressed to be couriered
to you by the Central Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N), has been confiscated by us at
the customs.

Package was confiscated legaly by us as all dispatch documents as provided
and presented with package to us at customs by your courier company dispatch
agent at the dispatch checkpoint did not include the G.S.T. paper. Other
documents as presented which includes, the proforma invoice, custom
clearance documents, and the insurance papers are okay and acceptable. The
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the paying bank and sender of your package
has insisted the G.S.T papers should be secured by owner of package. Huge
check of this amount for dispatch out of the country without G.S. T paper is

Owing to the huge amount of money involved and written on your International
Bank draft, the head of the customs agency has approved that the subjected
sum be released and allowed to be sent to you, only that legitimate means of
dispatching packages must please constantly be followed. All you need to do
therefore, is get your G.S.T papers for the parcel, so it can be released
and dispatched to you.

The G.S.T. is called Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T) and is a broad-based tax
of 5% to 10% on most goods, services and other items held on transit. Below
is the full detail of GST essentials/PARCEL – warehouse and Customs
clearance fees.

Warehouse charges on parcels remaining in the custom office for more than
thirty (30) days after the addressee has been notified that such parcels are
available for collection is US$105 per per day. Provided that due dispatch
of notice to the addressee is indicated on such parcels it shall be deemed
to be notice for the purpose of the section. Also, within twenty (20) days
but not less than fifteen (15) days after the dispatch of such notice the
addressee shall be further notified that such parcels available for
collection and that they must be collected within thirty (30) days of the
dispatch of the original notice.

Charges are as stated and agreed by the Custom General officer upon the
return of the parcel to the owner. The Customs fee therefore, as required of
your full package is the sum of US$311.50 as from day confiscated plus VAT.
Failure to make claims and payments as soon as possible attracts same US$105
everyday. To make the claim and payment, you are required to get back to
this office for more information on mode of payment, or call +234.

Mr. John Onyedika,
The Nigeria Customs,
11b Akin Adesola Street,
Victoria Island,
Lagos Nigeria.


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If you send money to this scammer or to any scammer,please
In the US...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at and include the case number of the police report
in the UK...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at and include the case number of the police report

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