YOUR FUND INVESTIGATION IN AFRICA
Economical and Financial Crime Commission <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We contacted you some time ago after the discovery and report contained in this email regarding scams you may have been into or still going through from impostors in West Africa that sends out thousands of scam emails daily looking for foreigners to rip off imposing offices and personals here but you did not reply or the email was not delivered, we are writing again to let you know that those impostors and fraudsters who have been sending you scam email all have your email and other info on their files and that is why you have been receiving all kinds of scam email, some group of impostors caught ripping foreigners off from a local cyber cafe in Lagos Nigeria,Cotonou Benin republic and Accra Ghana confessed imposing Banks/Delivery Company/EFCC/IMF/FBI/Western Union/Money gram/Diplomat Agents/ and others imposed offices around the globe especially in West Africa and your info is with them, we were told they have requested money after money for acquiring never existing and fak!
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You are being contacted by the Internet Scam Investigation Department of the Economical and Financial Crimes, the people you are dealing with are all impostors operating from different part of Africa, they only want your money and they are the same people but write you differently and that is why you may have been receiving a lot of email daily and you are confused because you don’t know the truth, you find it very easy sending your personal information to any emails claiming they have fund approved in your name and you have not made true inquiry before you start dealing with them and as a result your info is on the internet and that gives these fraudsters easy access to flood your email box with scams, they are not what and never who they claim and I don’t know how long you have been dealing with them or responding to them,
You can not blame any real Bank in West Africa or any personnel here, these impostors impose them and scam thousands of foreigners but you end up blaming these real offices in Africa or the personals only because you don’t know it was not really them but impostors.
I ask, have you been able to find out why you receive all kinds of emails daily claiming it have funds for you here and there? Have you really inquired from the right office in West Africa to know if there is actually any true approved fund you have here? if there is any fund awarded in your name at all? Or do you believe anybody that contacts you and says they have fund for you? recent report from the Internet Scam Investigation Dept revealed that 78% of internet crimes in Africa is being carried out by jobless youths in West Africa (issue on unemployment rate in West Africa) authorities are working hard to eradicate internet scams West Africa to protect the image of this continent, it was also revealed that these fraudsters has partners working with them all over the World, so it is all over the World.
By the virtue of subsection (3) of section 4 of the 1999 Economical and financial crime Constitution all 102 Section 120 of the Criminal Procedure Act gives the court a discretion for judgment against these impostors to serve 21years jail terms, furthermore the Nigerian Government shall no longer award compensation fund having due that few years ago, Meanwhile you are advised to contact the Foreign Affairs Commission to make inquiry if you have any approved fund in Africa be it compensation fund/contract/inheritance/winnings make your inquiry first from the Foreign Affairs Commission, contact Hon Patrick Ademola on the following email:-
Foreign Affairs Commission
Hon Patrick Ademola
Report any email you receive that claims to have funds for you from West Africa to this office. The only office you should contact and know the truth if you have any true fund approved here or if you are among the compensated beneficiaries is the Foreign Affairs Commission,
Detective Emmanuel Akomaye
Head Internet Scam Investigation Dept
Vaya, el estafador sí que se tomó el trabajo de escribir un largo mensaje, éste debe ser el más largo que he recibido hasta ahora.
Supuestamente se trata de un detective que lucha contra las estafas nigerianas … pero pide que se le contacte para saber si tengo dinero pendiente de serme enviado. Si le respondo me dirá que “sí, aquí hay dinero para usted”. Y más adelante algo como: “para recibirlo tendrá que pagar la transferencia internacional y los impuestos”.
O sea, otro intento de estafa, aunque éste supuestamente proviene de quien lucha contra las estafas.
Los estafadores son creativos, eso no se puede negar.