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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| your payment file was submitted |
X-Originating-IP: 188.8.131.52 Known Scammer NIGERIA ISP: MTN Nigeria Communication Limited
ACCESS BANK OF BENIN REPUBLIC
LOCATION. RUE BPH141 KINGSTON AVENUE WADON BENIN.
Attention: I acknowledge the receipt of your mail and we are apologize for our
late response to your e-mail due to we are busy attending others customs. This
is to confirm to you that we have received an irrevocable instruction from the
office of the Presidency and the Ministry of Justice and Access bank to affect
the transfer of your fund to your foreign account.
However, your payment file was submitted to our bank ACCESS BANK OF Benin
Republic to transfer your Twelev Million Five Hundred Thousand United State
Dollars ($12.5) into your nominated bank account. Today the board of directors
ACCESS BANK OF BENIN REPUBLIC had their final meeting concerning your fund and
we came into conclusion that your fund should be transfer into your account as
soon as you send us cost of open new account.
To this effect, after a long deliberation with the board of directors and the
ministry of Access Bank of Benin Republic including the Company where this fund
was deposited before,we hereby confirm to you that the payment have been
approved to be paid to you without further delay as soon as you open new
account in our ACCESS Online Bank.
To open an online new accounts with us to enable you have full access to your
fund,you are advise to send the cost of $100 being for Access Bank Online
Account Opening Form and return back with the account opening fee of $100 and
send it to OUR ACCOUNTANT name Mr.WOOD ABISI, by money gram OR WESTERN UNION to
Benin Republic or iTunes card. Email me with the details of payment.
Here is the full information were to send the fee via money-gram.OR or Ria
Receiver Name/ ...Justina oby
Country / Benin Republic
Test Question/ What for?
Answer / Opening Account.
Amount To Be Send / $100
We sincerely hope that the above requirement be sent to us sooner than later
for us to proceed with the opening the new account with your name so that you
can transfer your fund by your self. Please note that we cannot carry on with
the Transfer of funds to you until you have been able to meet up with the
requirement of the transfer of your funds. Note that we have period of (2)
working days to conclude this matter.
I wait your early response to move ahead. Thanks you for your understanding as
am looking forwards to hear a positive respond from you immediately. Thanks for
banking with us Hoping to hear from you.
contact Dr.Frank John
E-Mail=( firstname.lastname@example.org )
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