|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| From Nigeria Economic and Financial Crimes Commission - EFCC |
184.108.40.206 Probable Origin IP NETHERLANDS Zumy Communications Data Center/Web Hosting/Transit
SPF: FAIL with IP 220.127.116.11 Slovakia ROUTING ISP: Datalock Rainside Network Fixed Line ISP
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Head Office Plot 1017 & 1018 Coree Bay Crescent,
Off Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja.
Tel: +2347033839576 Fax: +2347033839576 Abuja Offices
Take notice that based on the federal government inauguration of this committee which extended to all Africa countries and Europe, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission - (EFCC) have combined with the United Nation Anti-crime commission to alleviate and redeem the image and past wounds of our dear citizens and foreign firms who were duped , defrauded, scanned and abandoned by some impostors who indiscriminately use the name of God, Office of governors, Presidency, Banks etc to slight down our digities to international communities.
Many banks have been in ruptcy today, Universal firms, Companies due to the activity of these hoodlums. However, investigation have shown that these people have dropped over 500,000, clients after collecting their money, many committed suicide and others living in the grace of God. We see this country as a treasonable felony and have over 500 convicts at hand, 300 in krikri prisons while many are still on trail. We still fetch for others who feel they are wise and hope that you will be our friend by giving us more information.
Meanwhile, we have a committee whose duties are to re-commend genuine contractors, loan bidders, next of kin ( inheritance payment) NNPC award, foreign firms who have completed all the federal government normal payment requirements but abandoned due to take over some sacked officials who take Government papers to collect money and leave the beneficiary half way.
In our inauguration, the government advised us that we must scrutinize all companies, banks and Security Company for payment. We have found your full entitlement valid among other approvals. We also have endorsed your payment to CENTRAL BANK NIGERIA PAID YOU CASH THROUGH A DIPLOMATIC COURIER SERVICE without prejudice and will need a confirmation of all your communication with them until you finally receive your money
Be advised also that we have little or no time to waste in any payments that have been confirmed. We regret also to realize that you have spent lots of money in error and will like to advise you before you make any further payment to the Security Company. Stop any further communications with anybody to avoid being a victim of anything unless the CENTRAL BANK NIGERIA who is now in charge of your payment. So, comply with the directive.
Thanks for your co-operations. I expect your phone call for further clarifications
Alhaji Abba Sambo Usman,
Economic & Financial Crime Commission
No. 5, Fomella Street, Off Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent,
Wuse II, Abuja, Nigeria
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In the US ...
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In the UK ...
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