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Somewhere in United States
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SPF: FAIL with IP 220.127.116.11
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Police Command Headquarters
Address: Garki 2, Abuja
Motto: Fighting Fraud In Africa
Hot-line: Call: +234-7019338065
Thanks for your respond We receive you email and we hereby assured you that you will receive your fund included all the money you spend in the paste trying to get your fund and you are advise to reconfirm your valid personal details. also I wish to inform you that those hoodlums we arrested in western union store still under investigation. hoping to hear from you today with your information, Enclosed is attached copy of my Police ID CARD. also Eze John and Augustine Oge
I need you to take a very wise step by stopping any conversation with this people who claim to be high government officials banks and thereby defrauding people of they hard-earned money we advice you in this issue at hand to stop any conversation with them and that will shows us that you are a very wise man. First of all I am the Inspector-General of Police I am in a better position to give you the best advice which you should follow and all will defiantly work out well for you.
You have to beware of any one in Ghana or any one claim to be high government officials banks in Nigeria, western union, Parcel Companies or any check from UN etc) They are internet Fraudsters. They will continue to ask you for more money and they will never deliver anything to you. OVERLOOK ALL THEIR MAILS AND CALLS OK? THEY ARE FAKES.
I am a Police officer the head of Nigeria Police Force and as a result of my position I have sent this email to advice you and you should be very happy to have met a person like me in this time, if not you would have taken the wrong step. I tell you again stop any conversation you have with the so call people who claim to be high government officials, banks, western union, Parcel Companies or any check from UN etc ) forward their details to us because EFCC, FBI,CIA and Interpol looking for them because they are criminals.
You should know before now that this people is make money out of you, take this advice and opportunity for your good and also for your family as well forward their details to me so that I can report them to the EFCC, FBI, CIA and Interpol because they are criminals
However, for security reasons you have to send us the Western Union or MoneyGram receipts you send to them and It's important you provide the below personal details
Direct Tel No.:..........................
Date of birth:...........................
Copy of Identification:..................
Inspector Mohammed Adamu
The New Inspector-General of Police (IGP)
F.C.T. Police Command Headquarters
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Never use Money Gram, Western Union, Ria to send a fee to strangers. Never buy an i-tunes card, Amazon card steam wallet giftcard(s) or any gift cards to send to scammers.Never use bitcoin and send the wallet / address to scammers. If you do, it is gone for ever. If you must send the money (please do not) When you use money gram, Western Union, the United States is the control of the United States, and even if it is in Africa and you need to transfer to New York. Send the money to a US, UK, Canada, or South Africa bank account only. You could get your money back from below
If you send money to this scammer, please
In the US ...
1.first ... file a police report
2. second ... file a complaint at www.ic3.gov and include the police report case number near the bottom of the form.
In the UK ...
1.first ... a police report
2. second ... file a complaint at www.actionfraud.police.uk and include the case number of the police report