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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| ATTENTION |
This is to inform you that after the meeting held in my office on
Monday 22nd April 2019 which consist between the United States Embassy
and the United Nations, African ECO- WAS, we have concluded that you
will be compensated with all the money you have loosed in the hands of
Africans and most especially BENIN REPUBLIC precisely.
We have deposited the cheque of your fund ($4.600`000`00USD) to ATM
card department, United Bank for Africa global plc New York, USA,
after our finally meeting regarding your fund, All you will do is to
contact ATM card director Mr.Benson Lucas via
Tel:+1(917)781-9171, you have to contact him immediately for the
arrangement and the delivery of your ATM card.
Remember to send him your Full information for confirmation and to
avoid wrong delivery
1. Your Full name....................
2. Your home Address.................
3. Your telephone number.............
4. A copy of your ID.................
5. Your age/sex......................
6. Your occupation...................
7. Your country......................
Mr. Karim Barhoumi
International monetary fund(IMF)
Resident Representative Benin
Tell: +229 99245311
|Falcons-Fan (Somewhere in United States) Added the following extra information on :2019-06-01 14:50:56|
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...
Dear beneficiary , We acknowledge the receipted of your mail with your delivery information as all the legal arrangement for delivery this ATM Visa card Parcel $4,500.000.00 USD(four Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) to your destination have been concluded waiting for you to send the delivery fee of $200 only.
Note that the maximum withdrawal daily limit on the ATM card World wide is Ten Thousand United States Dollars(US$10,000.00) and mind you that the origin of your fund is from BENIN REPUBLIC but your ATM card is here with us in NEW YORK, USA, so send the money immediately to enable us to proceed with your delivery without any further delay or requirement.
USE THIS INFORMATION BELOW TO SEND THE MONEY THROUGH WESTERN UNION OR RIA MONEY TRANSFER.
Receiver’s Name: Steve Dubi City: Cotonou Country Benin Republic. Amount:$200 only
send me the payment slip for confirmation to enable me to proceed with the delivery to your home address respectively without any further requirement or delay.
Sincerely Mr.Benson Lucas Director ATM card Department UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA GLOBAL PLC. New York, USA. Direct mail: email@example.com Tell NO:+1(917)781-9171
PLEASE READ THE USEFUL INFORMATION BELOW...
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