Scam Tip Report #94758 - instruction to credit your account with the sum of US$12,000,000.00

Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Somewhere in United States
2019-03-17 11:36:07
Nigerian/419 Scam
instruction to credit your account with the sum of US$12,000,000.00 
Patrick Osakwe
Email Address:
Country of Scam:
United States (US)
This is an advanced fee scam...I also included the full headers. Law enforcement can get them by contacting Scamalot. Please read about the scam below....

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN),
Plot 69, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa
C.B District, Abuja, F.C.T,
Nigeria P.M.B. 0231,
Garki Abuja. Nigeria
Ref: ECO/IRD/TLX/02/05

Attention: Beneficiary,

Re: instruction to credit your account with the sum of US$12,000,000.00

This is to notify you that your over due inheritance funds has been gazetted to be release to your bank account within 72hrs, via key telex transfer (KTT).

Mean while, a woman came to my office this morning with an application for transfer of fund into her account on your behalf, claiming to be your representative.

Here are the information’s she submitted for the transfer of your fund.

JPMorgan-Chase Bank
6901 1601 North I-35. Waco, 76705.
ABA Routing:600942190
ACCT No: 007943256009
ACCT Name: MFM Investments Inc.

Please, do re-confirm to this office, as a matter of urgency if this woman is truly from you as the federal finance dept or our bank / my office will not be held responsible for paying into a wrong account.

The reserve bank governor, executive, board of directors and the senate committee for foreign over due Inheritance fund have approved and accredited our reputable bank with the office of the director, international remittance/ Director Foreign Affairs , to handle and transfer of all foreign inheritance funds payment schedule of the year 2019.

However, we shall proceed to issue all payments details to the said MRS. SUSAN GEORGE, if we do not hear from you within the next 4 working days from today. Meanwhile you are advice to get back to my office immediately with the requested details to enable us have your correct details to wire your fund.

1. Your full name:........................
2. Your telephone numbers:.................
3. Your full home address:.................
4. Your Age and Sex.............

This fund will be remitted into your bank account within 72hrs as soon as you confirm to this office that you did not send the above name to claim your fund on your behalf, make sure that you get back to us with the above requested information.

Best Regards
Patrick Osakwe.
International Operations
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
Federal Republic of Nigeria


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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
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