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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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> Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 21:37:40 +0900
> From: MartinsAbebe702@rapid.ocn.ne.jp
> Subject: RECOVERY OF DIVERTED ATM CARD
> To:
>
> Office of the Inspector General of Police
> IGP Solomon Arase Nigeria Police Force
> Headquarters
>
> RECOVERY OF DIVERTED ATM CARD
>
> Attn: Beneficiary,
>
> I am contacting you personally to notify you of our discovery as well as get some fact from you.
>
> Recently we arrested a man with name Ahmed Yaki a Benin Republic Citizen who work with D.H.L office in Lagos with an ATM CARD with your name on it as the beneficiary and the owner of the card. However the entire parcel containing the proof of claim ownership which is also in your name has so far has been recovered from him.
>
> After we arrested and interrogated him, he confessed as stated below.
>
> My name is Ahmed Yaki , I work with the D.H.L office in Nigeria. Earlier this year, I was approached by a staff of Uba Bank PLC about the diversion of a parcel containing ATM CARD belonging to one foreigner. Which I agreed and then we collaborated to divert the card from been dispatched to the destination.We will like to hear from you immediately to enable us carry out action. Waiting your Immediate Response with the following information, 1, your full names, 2,Your Full, Address, 3, Your Direct Phone Number and a copy of your identification so we can be certain we are dealing with the true beneficiary.
>
> Yours Sincerely,
>
> A.S.P Martins Abebe
> Police Public Relation Officer
 
Mr

From: nigeriapoliceforce@foxmail.com
Subject: Re: RE: A Mail From The Nigerian Police Force (NPF)
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 01:10:55 +0800

Nigeria_Police_logo
THE NIGERIAN POLICE FORCE
Office of the Inspector General
Federal Secretariat Complex,
Abuja (FCT) Nigeria.
TEL: +234-806 292 8694
REF: NPF/FRN/VOL60/2015
Date: 18/06/2015

Attn:

Thanks for your mail, i want you to know that your contract fund has been approved, but it is unfortunate that we have received many applications seeking for police clearance for an affidavit for the change of your account initially used for execution of this contract.

All these applications indicated that you sent them, so for that reason the central bank of Nigeria has ordered for investigation on your payment in order to find out the reason why your contract fund has not been released since over 10 years now. Also, to know if really you were aware of these applications.

Please, for more evidence of your ownership to this fund kindly send some copies of your contract documents and certificates to prove your claim and ownership of this contract fund.


Yours Sincerely,
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Solomon Arase.
Inspector General of Police (IGP)
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ABUJA (FCT).


 
     
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