On Tuesday, November 1, 2016 4:09 AM, MR. ROBERT SCOTT DEWAR. < firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION, REPUBLIC OF BENIN.
MR. ROBERT SCOTT DEWAR (CMG),
CONSULAR, BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONS.
Tel: +229 67386646.
BRITISH High Commission in Nigeria, Benin Republic, Ghana and Burkina
faso received a report of scam against you and other British/US
citizens, Malaysia, Etc. The countries of Nigeria, Benin Republic,
Burkina faso and Ghana have recompensed you following the meeting held
with the four countries' Government and various countries' high
commission for the fraudulent activities carried out by the four
Your name was among those scammed as listed
by the Nigerian Financial Intelligent Unit (NFIU). A compensation has
been issue out in ATM card to all the affected victims and has been
already been in distribution to all the bearers. Your ATM card was among
those that was reported undelivered as at on Friday and we wish to
advise you to see to the instructions of the Committee to make sure you
receive your draft immediately.
According to the number of
applicants at hand, 184 Beneficiaries has been paid, half of the victims
are from the United States, and we still have more 37 left to be paid
the compensations of $7,500.000.00 Million USD each. Your particulars
was mentioned by one of the Syndicates who was arrested as one of their
victims of the operations, you are hereby warned not to communicate or
duplicate this message to him for any reason whatsoever as the U.S.
secret service is already on trace of the other criminals.
keep it secret till they are all apprehended. Other victims who have not
been contacted can submit their application as well for scrutiny and
possible consideration. NFIU further told us that the use of Nigeria and
Ghana Couriers was abolished due to interception activities noticed in
the above mentioned courier services in Benin, Nigeria and Ghana and
thereby have made a concrete arrangement with the DHL Courier Company
for a safe delivery to your door-step once the beneficiary meets up the
demand of the conveyance.
We advise that you do the needful to
make sure the NFIU dispatches your ATM card on Friday. You are assured
of the safety of your ATM card and availability. Be advised that you
should stop further contacts with all the fake lawyers and security
companies who in collaboration scammed you. Get back to me immediately
to check if the delivery date suits you. You are going to pay a fee
valued $99 which is for the delivery of the ATM card to you and below is
the confirmation of the address where to send the fee to:
RECEIVER'S NAME:. . . . . . MOSES NWEKE
COUNTRY:. . . . . . BENIN REPUBLIC
CITY:. . . . . . . . . COTONOU
COUNTRY ZIP CODE. . . . . . . 00229
AMOUNT:. . . . . $99.00
QUESTION:. . . . IN GOD
ANSWER:. . . . . . .WE TRUST
MTCN:. . . .
SENDER'S NAME:. . . . . . .
SENDER'S ADDRESS:. . . . .
await the confirmation of this fee immediately. For propel delivery we
advice you to hold this transaction very confidential as the
commissioners is not going to labor on whatever inconveniences you might
oppose in the transaction if you eventually expose this transaction to
For verbal clarification please call: +229 67386646.
Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
MR. ROBERT SCOTT DEWAR (CMG),
CONSULAR, BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONS
REPUBLIC OF BENIN.
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