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Name: Nigerian 419'er Scam Artist Mrs. Stella Johnson


Email: s_jo10@yahoo.com, s_jo10@yahoo.co.uk, stella_jo10@yahoo.co.uk, s


Address:
Scammer Home Address

Mrs. Stella Johnson
28 Olaoluwa Crescent
Ilupeju
Ikeja
Lagos
Nigeria
23401

IP Address: [41.219.209.19]


Other Comments:
Scammer Business Address

Mrs. Stella Houston,
28, OLAOLUWA CRESCENT,
ILUPEJU,
IKEJA,
LAGOS
NIGERIA
23401

IP Address: [41.219.209.19]

Scammers favourite Email:

(Getting Closer 2007AD)

You're always lighting up my heart with the things you do and say. I feel so happy just being with you this way. You're my love, and will forever be my love. You will always be the love of my life, and please never give up, always have faith in yourself and you will gain the greatest gift of all, the gift of hope and love you righteously deserve. Every time I think of you my heart misses a beat. You're my theme for a dream! Every moment we share together we grow closer. I'm simply hanging by a moment, waiting to see you, so you can hold me so tight that all else fades, I wake up dreaming of our time together. I will never forget you. I love you with all that I am, all that I was and all that I will ever be. Please know that my love and I are inseparable and I would want it no other way and if time could express my love for you then its forever and a day, I can't wait to be with you, see your smile, look in your eyes, feel your sweet touch, hear your perfect words and kiss your perfect lips. The way I feel about you some people call it crazy, some call it insane, but I call it true love. I really love you.

Love you

Always

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2008-11-12, 11:14:15   (updated: 2008-11-12, 11:16:19)
anonymous from United States  
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2008-11-12, 11:37:50
anonymous from United States  
I als found this lady and several others as scammers...this is kind of fun...finding them and leading them on....i sent this to several of them, thanks for whoever I got this from.......................I don't know if i told you but I live on a indian reservation
here ..the Wherthefuckawe nation..we a independent of the US and do not
have to follow there law ..we are incoraged to bring mates from other
countrys because we don't like the united states people very much
because they stole our land. and we now have allot of inbreeding and
many flipper babies running around.

because of that you do not have to have a visa, I can ask the tribe
Elder chief Puta to give you the OK to came here and he will arrange
for you to fly into Gila bend airport.


because he will be doing all this for you he will be the first in
our tribe to fornicate with you ..then the rest of the men will give
you a proper greeting we always have a party for new members it is
called a gang bang. we are all look forward to it because the last girl
to move here, her name was Ekaterine loves to go to the gang bangs and
dances the Mattress Mombo for as all ..then she does a dance call
Tossing the salad..it is a wonderful site to see.

my best friend Dingle Berry is so happy I met such a nice girl
like you and asked me if you have any friends to write to him. he is so
lonely with only his rare breed if Quiff sheep to keep him company .
they are worth much money but he would like to have a speicel lady to
spend it on.




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2008-11-13, 02:26:31
anonymous from United States  
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I am receiving emails from a Stacy Sanders who is a model from LA stuck in Nigeria. The picture used is different from the one I've seen posted. The email address is: careforstacy@yahoo.com. Here is a cut and paste example:

Hi Jack,how's your weekend going?hope you are having fun over there even though i wasn't there with you?My name is Stacy Sanders,29 Female from Los Angeles CA,i am 5'7,110lbs,i am a model,single and no kids.i travel much due to my job,i am presently in Nigeria to model for a new established hotel.I am attractive and quietly outgoing with a great sense if humor,If you like to laugh and exchange witty bantor, then we'll probably get along.I am looking for someone with a great sense of humor,I am looking for someone who loves life, enjoys family and friends.All in all I am looking for a good person, who seeks the same thing I do, happiness.I enjoy going to the beach,dancing,swimming,shopping,sightseeing,camping and traveling.I am very passionate and romantic,i am an only child,my parent are divorce and it's really hard on me been an only child.I am seeking for an honest and caring man,someone that would appreciate my been there for him,someone that would cherish my beauty,someone that will never raise his hands on me.hope this explain little about me.How old are you and what do you do for a living?hope to hear from you soon.have a peaceful day.
Stacy


And here's another one:

Thanks for the mail,am so glad.Age has nothing to do in a relationship,I have been here since 3weeks ago and i will be back on Saturday.I have been a model for 3years,I do most of my modeling in Europe and this is my first time in Africa,I do have more pictures and i will be very happy to send some to you later.My mom is a Canadian but My Dad is from the states so i have a dual citizenship.I live by myself in my dad's home in Los Angeles CA,i haven't seen him for a very long time and i also don't know where he presently reside.He never cares to know my way of living since he divorce my Mom and my Mom presently move back to Canada where she belongs.I am just 3months old in the area and i don't know much about it yet,i hope you will be more than happy to show me all around when i get back?I think i would say am on my own since I have no friend in CA because my work takes me out of the states very often,I love what i do simply because it makes me see new places.I think i would stop modeling someday when i found my soulmate so as to have enough time for my family but i don't know exactly what to do yet.Whom do you live with and why are you still single?
Stacy
Ps i have removed my profile completely on TRUE since i found no one interesting.

Here is one I got today:

Hi Jack,how are you doing today?hope you had a peaceful night?I am really worried today,i was in a meeting with my manager and client,i think i will be delayed,my payment was made in a Company's Certified Cashier's Check for safety purpose and it can only be cash in the states.Although i never wanted to bother you but i will really appreciate if you can help me in cashing the Cashier Check since it's still blank and it will be made out to you so that you could easily get it cashed.All i needed is your full name and either your home or work address depending on your work schedule during the week days including your Cell Phone # so that I could overnight it to you and you will take it to your bank and get it cashed,then wire the cash back to me via Western Union so that i can settle my hotel bills and get my ticket back to the states.Hope to hear from you soon,have a peaceful day.
Stacy


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2008-11-13, 02:33:19
anonymous from United States  
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2008-11-13, 02:35:44
anonymous from United States  
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2008-11-21, 02:52:51
anonymous from White Plains, United States  

'Anna Isreal' <anna-isreal32@hotmail.com

FROM MRS.ANNA ISREAL
HARARE
ZIMBABWE.
DATE: 20/11/2008.
Dearest friend,
I know you will be surprise to receive this letter coming from a widow that you do not know or have never met before but I decided to send it irrespective of the above facts because I am desperately in need of your help.
I am Mrs.Anna Isreal, the wife of late Dr.Thabo Isreal who was murdered in cold blood in my presence and the presence of my family members by the evil war veterans of president Robert Mugabe, May his soul rest in perfect peace.
As you might be aware of the recent problem in our country (Zimbabwe) regarding the ill treatment and silent killings of the white and black farmers who are against the farm invasion by President Robert Mugabe (a dictator, a killer and the worst ever ruling president alive in Africa), It happened that my husband was among the latest victims of silent killings by the war veterans armed by President Robert Mugabe which happened on the 9th February 2007.
But before this incident, my late husband brought to my attention the sum of US$7.5 million, which he successfully took to the Republic of South Africa for safekeeping. As if he knew that his final days was approaching, he asked my only son to move over to South Africa to secure the beneficiary ownership of the said fund which he kept in one of the biggest private security company there.
The main reason why I am contacting you through this medium is for you to contact my son Engr. Kerebua Isreal on details. Telephone no. as +27-83-472-2059 or email him at engrkerebua@hotmail.com immediately in other to assist him in moving this fund abroad as our continuing stay in Africa might cost our life. The exact thing that you will be required to do according to my knowledge would be to provide him with your account details, your direct telephone/fax numbers and travel to meet him in South Africa for aiding him in opening an account where the funds will be deposited before its transfer as he is not allowed to operate any form of bank account or even do any investment because he is a refugee.
There is no risk involved in assisting us as all necessary legal documents that will be required by South African government for transfer of huge amounts will be available but you will have to ensure that you will keep this confidential as our life and security depends on this fund. Should you be willing to assist us in this endeavor, 20% of the total sum will be for you, 5% will be mapped out to cover all expenses while 75% will be for us.
Please feel free contact my son immediately and should you not be interested, please inform us as well so that we can scout for some one else.
Yours faithfully,
Mrs. Anna Isreal.
2008-11-22, 18:11:47
anonymous from San Mateo, United States  

Protecting Your Assets From Nigerian Scams
Don’t Fall Victim To Nigerian E-Mail Scams
Nigerian scams usually begin with an urgent e-mail from a foreign country in the name of a government leader or ex-leader, and possibly from a family scion or heir. The Nigerian e-mail scam earned its name because so many of the messages were from Nigerian addresses or named the Central Bank of Nigeria as the financial institution through which funds would be transferred if the recipient of the e-mail decided to fall for the scam. Although not the first or only of its kind, the Nigerian scam has bilked millions from Americans who were duped into participating, as well as similar sums from residents in countries like Great Britain. Here’s how it works:

A Plea for Assistance
The present-day scam is actually an updated version of a classic con called “The Spanish Prisoner” that dates back to the 1920s. Early versions of the con involved letters promised to reward anyone who would help a prominent Spanish family free their imprisoned son by advancing funds for taxes, bribes, and other fees that could result in the boy’s release. Of course, there was no prisoner. And anyone who “lent” money to help the imaginary prisoner with the prospect of gaining a sizable reward in return simply lost all funds advanced to the cause. Later years involved faxes or e-mails rather than letters, but still in an attempt to draw unsuspecting people into the scam of earning easy cash by aiding a hapless victim in a foreign country. Thus, the first assault is to play on the recipient’s emotions. All of us want to help others, especially in less-developed countries—and especially when a sizable price tag to be paid to us is involved.


A Get-Rich-Quick Offer

The second characteristic of this scam is the promise of earning thousands or even millions of dollars for doing nothing, or almost nothing, except to facilitate the proposed transfer of funds into an American (or British, etc.) bank account. The victim will be asked to open an account and simply wait for the funds to arrive, usually promised within seven to ten days. Typically, the American or European recipient will be told that he or she can expect a sizable percentage of the total transfer amount, perhaps ten or twenty percent. Just as people keep buying lottery tickets in hopes of winning “the big one” someday, they don’t realize that buying tickets is a long shot toward big winnings. The same is true of this scam—people feel that paying one fee after another brings them that much closer to receiving their funds, which, in fact, do not exist.


2008-11-22, 18:15:23
anonymous from San Mateo, United States  
Red Flags Appear

After a short time, perhaps a few days, the victim is advised of a snare in the transfer plans and asked to contribute a “small amount” toward an unexpected but critical expense. This can be an unpaid debt on the property in question, a tax bill, and a bribe for officials with jurisdiction over the issue or person, or any number of other questionable factors.Thinking that an advance of perhaps $5,000 is a small amount to pay in anticipation of $100,000, many people fall for the scam and send their own money to facilitate the imaginary transfer that will never take place. A few days later, another message arrives, asking the victim to send another “small” amount of maybe $2,000, and the victim complies with the hope of speeding his reward along. In this manner, the scammers take advantage of numerous victims by teasing them with the prospect of easy money that never materializes. Unfortunately, although we ought to know better, many of us still give in to the temptation of easy money. In 1997, one newspaper account reported that $15 million had been taken from Americans by Nigerian scam artists over a period of 15 months according to snopes.com.


Check it Out
The Nigerian money scam sounds too good to be true—and it is. Sadly, there are many such confidence tricks being played on innocent and unknowing persons who want to help others and make a quick buck. Here are some tips to keep in mind when evaluating money-making schemes that reach you by telephone, mail or e-mail:


- If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Think through any startling claims and look for logical fallacies.



2008-11-22, 18:18:27
anonymous from San Mateo, United States  
- Consult business reporting systems such as the Better Business Bureau and the National Fraud Information Center.
You should also forward the scam information to the Secret Service Financial Crimes Division, 950 H Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20223, or telephone (202) 406-5850. These resource offices can give you information about specific scams, con artists, and possible fraud schemes that concern you. Your sharing information with them may contribute to the successful tracking of those involved with criminal activities.


- Ask friends and family members if they have received similar offers.
It is amazing how far and wide the Nigerian scam letters traveled—to all corners of the globe. There are many such schemes, such as the recent Lottery Prize Award announcement that tells victims they have won tens of thousands of dollars in a European lottery, and all they have to do is send a few dollars for processing fees. Another comes in the form of an offer to enrich a special church or charitable organization because the sender feels guilty or admires the work being done—but this, too, turns out to be a plea for your assets.


- Explore resources.
If an offer sounds especially realistic or appealing, contact the bank or individuals whose names are attached and ask for more information. Try to make telephone contact so you can get first-hand information, not just an email auto-response that can be part of the scam.
Chances are you will not be able to reach anyone by phone that can convince you of the validity of an e-mail offer of riches.
2008-11-22, 18:19:49
anonymous from United States  
- Don’t send money that you cannot afford to lose.
Too often, victims surrender their monthly pension check, rent money, or other budget needs in an effort to cash in on their good luck via the Nigerian scam. It’s one thing to throw away money sitting in a savings account that you don’t plan on using anytime soon. It’s quite another to spend money you have allocated to more important needs, such as food, housing, medicine or transportation. Avoid trading funds for uncertain returns on your investment.

In general, e-mail solicitations to make you rich are unlikely to be genuine. Usually they are con artist attempts to separate a fool and his money. While many people have avoided the lure of easy riches, many have not, which suggests that greater awareness of this problem is needed, particularly in isolated segments of our population, such as the uneducated, the illiterate, the home-bound, and the desperate poor.

Don’t fall for a scheme that tries to take advantage of someone by offering a glittery deal while providing minimal information. Remember the example of the Nigerian scam and question every such offer that comes your way by any means.
2008-11-23, 20:20:19
anonymous from United States  
BARCLAYS BANK U.K' <mrspatiencew.barclay@yahoo.com.hk>
Add sender to Contacts
To:
undisclosed-recipients



RE: INSTRUCTIONS TO CREDIT YOUR ACCOUNT ( GET BACK TO US FOR UPDATE)


Barclays Bank Plc
http://www.barclays.com

Dear Beneficiary,

RE: INSTRUCTIONS TO CREDIT YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE SUM OF US$6,800,000.00

We at this bank wish to congratulate and inform you that after thorough
review of your Contract/Inheritance funds transfer in conjunction with the
World Bank’s and the International Remittance assessment report, your
payment file was forwarded to us for immediate transfer of a part-payment
of US$6,800,000.00 to your designated bank account from their offshore
account with us.

The Auditor's reports forwarded to us shows that you have been going
through hard times by paying a lot of money to see to the release of your
funds, which has been delayed by some dubious officials.

We therefore advice that you stop further communication with any
correspondence outside this office since you do not have to pay any money
or transfer charges to receive your funds as you have met up with the
whole funds transfer requirements.

The only thing required from you is to obtain the Non-Residential
Clearance Form to enable us credit your account directly by telegraphic
transfer or through any of our corresponding banks and send copies of our
bank's telex and funds transfer documents to you and your bankers for
confirmation.

Should you follow our directives, your funds will be credited and confirm
in your bank account within five (5) working days from the day you obtain
this Non-Residential Clearance Form.

For further details and assistance on this Transfer Notice, kindly forward
your CONTACT ADDRESS, TELEPHONE and FAX NUMBERS directly to this E-mail:
mrspatiencew.barclay@yahoo.com.hk, for confidentiality of its contents.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. Patience Wheatcroft
Global Banking Division, Barclays Bank Plc, UK.
Direct Tel: +447077086591
+447005801033
Fax:07005-801-034
2008-11-25, 03:12:33
anonymous from United States  
Livina Konne
Abidjan, Ivory Coast West Africa.
livina01@yahoo.com


Please mail me directly through my private mail at (livina01@yahoo.com)

APPEAL FOR URGENT BUSINESS ASSISTANCE.

Dear,

Permit me to inform you of my desire of going into business relationship with you. I contacted you after going through your profile, I prayed over it and selected your name among other names due to its esteeming nature and the recommendations given to me as a reputable and trust worthy person that I can do business with and by the recommendation , I must not hesitate to confide in you for this simple and sincere business . I am Livina Konne the only duagther of late Mr. and Mrs.James Konne. My father was a very wealthy cocoa merchant in Abidjan , the economic capital of Ivory coast, my father was poisoned to death by his business associates on one of their outings on a business trip . My mother died when I was a baby and since then my father took me so special. Before the death of my father on october 2007 in a private hospital here in Abidjan he secretly called me on his bed side and told me that he has the sum of Ten million,five hundred thousand United State Dollars. USD ($10,500,000.00) left in fixed / suspense account in one of the prime bank here in Abidjan ,that he used my name as his only daugther for the next of Kin in depositing of the fund. He also explained to me that it was because of this wealth that he was poisoned by his business ssociates That I should seek for a foreign partner in a country of my choice where i will transfer this money and use it for investment purpose such as real estate management or hotel management . Dear, I am honourably seeking your assistance in the following ways: (1) To provide a bank account into which this money would be transferred to . (2) To serve as a guardian of this fund since I am only 22years. (3) To make arrangement for me to come over to your country to further my education and to secure a resident permit in your country.Moreover, Dear, i am willing to offer you 15% of the total sum as compensation for your effort/ input after the successful transfer of this fund into your nominated account overseas. Furthermore, you indicate your options towards assisting me as I believe that this transaction would be concluded within four (4) days you signify interest to assist me.

Please mail me directly through my private mail at (livina01@yahoo.com)

Anticipating to hear from you soon.

Best regards,

Livina konne
2008-11-29, 09:15:13
anonymous  
Sanni Sam

lilba888@gmail.com

Hello Sir,

Annie J Scott, She ask me to email.but to further proceedings on shipment we would require of you the below information. For security reasons we would like you to provide them as soon as possible for us to be surely convinced that you are the true recipients to receive the boxes.

(1). Your full name and address.

(2). Your picture or passport photograph and a picture of you.

by our company.We hope you do understand that a Security/Clearance Fee and Shipment fee,which is the sum of 1,650 USD... is to be paid before consignment can be shipped to the address given. We are also letting you know that without the above information being provided, shipment will not take place. So your money is not as important to us but with the information.The Fee should be paid via Western Union Money Transfer or Via Money Gram Money Transfer, other form of payment is not allowed. Therefore you have to specify the medium of payment you used in sending the funds to us, of the two. Likewise we would want you to scan and send via email attachment the receipt payment from either of the two ( Western union Money Transfer or Money Gram ).All for documentation and reference purposes. We hope you understand our reasons for this serious scrutiny.Below is the payment detail.


Name: Gani Sanni
Address: 8 Allen Avenue, Ogun state, Nigeria.
Test Question: Reference N0.?
Test Answer: GSC POL 0749


We hope to hear from you asap.
Yours faithfully


ADENEKAN ISMAEL


Clearance/Shipment Department
Guaranty Security Company
CC: Mr Daniel Smith
Cutodian Manager
Guaranty Security Company
Tel: 234-8077478187


Best Regard
Mr Daniel Smith
Custodian Manager.

2008-12-02, 02:46:15   (updated: 2008-12-02, 02:47:42)
anonymous from White Plains, United States  
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    Wanita Efua <efua_wanita2@yahoo.com
from [196.207.233.169]

Hello
I am happy in your reply to my mail, How was your day, l hope all is in good condition.There are a few things which have been bordering me,i have been in this camp for some years now suffering everyday from lack of food and water,i have been praying for God to send me someone who will take me as his own to help me out from this situation,i thank God for bringing you my way and i strongly believe that the blind trust which i have taken the decision to bestow on you will not be let down by you.
When i remember that it has really been a long time since someone talked to me in such loving and caring words as yours,i cant help than to rely on you. Honey please l would like you to know that l have my late father's statement of account and death certificate here with me which l will like to send to you to assist me,because when he was alive he deposited some amount of money in a leading bank which he used my name as the next of kin.
The amount in question is $3.8(Three Million eight Hundred Thousand US Dollars).So l will like you to assist me transfer this money to your account and from it you can send some money for me to get my traveling documents and air ticket to come over to meet you. I want to go back to my studies because i only attended my first year before the tragic incident that lead to my being in this situation now I have got in touch with the bank in mail and made them to know about my plan of withdraw this money,l also got them aware of the death of my father and they have acknowledged it with all there confirmation.
However,they advise me to get in touch with a very responsible person who will stand on my behalf as my trustee as regards to this money since l am presently in refugee my status over here wouldn't be permitted to handle this amount of money.
I just have to let you know about this so that you can assist me to be my trustee on this money.l kept this secret to people in the camp here the only person that knows about it is only the Reverend father here.Have a nice time and think about me, l hope to hear from you soonest.
wanita


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2008-12-05, 01:23:49
anonymous  
You can now email me at: morgan.drjames@yahoo.in


- ATM INTERNATIONAL CREDIT SETTLEMENT OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF OPERATION OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY OCEANIC BANK NIGERIA PLC ATTENTION HONORABLE BENEFICIARY, THIS IS TO OFFICIALLY INFORM YOU THAT WE HAVE VERIFIED YOUR CONTRACT INHERITANCE FILE AND FOUND OUT THAT WHY YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR PAYMENT IS BECAUSE YOU HAVE NOT FULFILLED THE OBLIGATIONS GIVEN TO YOU IN RESPECT OF YOUR CONTRACT/INHERITANCE PAYMENT. SECONDLY, WE HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT YOU ARE STILL DEALING WITH THE NONE OFFICIALS IN THE BANK,ALL YOUR ATTEMPT TO SECURE THE RELEASE OF THE FUND TO YOU. WE WISH TO ADVISE YOU THAT SUCH AN ILLEGAL ACT LIKE THIS HAVE TO STOP IF YOU WISH TO RECEIVE YOUR PAYMENT SINCE WE HAVE DECIDED TO BRING A SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEM. RIGHT NOW WE HAVE ARRANGED YOUR PAYMENT THROUGH OUR SWIFT CARD PAYMENT CENTER ASIA PACIFIC, THAT IS THE LATEST INSTRUCTION FROM MR. PRESIDENT,UMARU MUSA YAR'ADUA (GCFR) PRESIDENT FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA AND FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE. THIS CARD CENTER WILL SEND YOU AN ATM CARD WHICH YOU WILL USE TO WITHDRAW YOUR MONEY IN ANY ATM MACHINE IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD,BUT THE MAXIMUM IS ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS PER DAY, SO IF YOU LIKE TO RECIEVE YOUR FUND THIS WAY PLEASE LET US KNOW BY CONTACTING THE CARD PAYMENT CENTER AND ALSO SEND THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION TO HIM IN ORDER TO PROCEED IMMEDIATELY: 1. FULL NAME 2. PHONE AND FAX NUMBER 3. ADDRESS WERE YOU WANT THEM TO SEND THE ATM CARD TO(P.O BOX NOT ACCEPTABLE) 4. YOUR AGE AND CURRENT OCCUPATION 5. A COPY OF YOUR IDENTIFICATION HOWEVER, KINDLY FIND BELOW THE CONTACT PERSON: DR JAMES MORGAN DIRECTOR, ATM PAYMENT DEPARTMENT EMAIL: drjamesmorgan054@gmail.comTHE ATM CARD PAYMENT CENTER HAS BEEN MANDATED TO ISSUE OUT ($15,300,000.00) AS PART PAYMENT FOR THIS FISCAL YEAR 2008. ALSO FOR YOUR INFORMATION, YOU HAVE TO STOP ANY FURTHER COMMUNICATION WITH ANY OTHER PERSON(S) OR OFFICE(s) TO AVOID ANY HITCHES IN RECEIVING YOUR ATM PAYMENT. FOR ORAL DISCUSSION, I CAN BE REACHED ON OR EMAIL ME BACK AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR FURTHER DIRECTION AND ALSOUPDATE ME ON ANY DEVELOPMENT FROM THE ABOVE MENTIONED OFFICE. NOTE THAT BECAUSE OF IMPOSTORS, WE HEREBY ISSUED YOU OUR CODE OF CONDUCT, WHICH IS (ATM-811) SO YOU HAVE TO INDICATE THIS CODE WHEN CONTACTING THE CARD CENTER BY USING IT AS YOUR SUBJECT. BEST REGARDS MR SADIQ ALMAN CHIEF AUDITOR TO THE PRESIDENT FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
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