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Another Scam From Nigeria............Beware!!!!!

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by GGW Laurie, Sep 22, 2008.

    Sep 22, 2008
  1. GGW Laurie

    GGW Laurie Ueber Meister

    Self Employed
    In the Beautiful South !!
    From: Van Owens

    Sent: Sun 9/21/08 7:33 P

    Stanbic IBTC Bank PlcA Member of Standard Bank Group Head OfficeIBTC PlaceWalter Carrington CrescentP.O.Box 71707Victoria IslandLagosNigeria This Email is intended for the named recipient only and may contain privilegedand confidential information. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately. Pleasedo not disclose the contents to anyone or copy it to outside parties. Thank you. Attn: Sir/Madam, This is the acknowledgment of your Email. Our great institution (IBTCBank) hasmarshaled out secured procedures to execute the release of your Fund via ATM CARD because of impostersand scam activitiesgoing onin the global world today. This is also the reason why the federalgovernment has instructed ourBank to verify all Funds before releasingit to the intended beneficiary. It is my pleasure to inform you that you are not the only beneficiary that wepaid through this method we previously paid our American and Canadian beneficiary which I am forwardingtheir tracking numbers for verifications. Kindly, track it online on You must register/login in order to see the link. cntry_code=us formore clarification and verification. (1) 856467606835(2) 856467606570(3) 856467606673 Base on the above procedures, you are mandated to furnish this officewith thebelow information to enable we computerize your ATM CARD: 1) Full Name :2) Full Address where the ATM CARD would be delivered to (PO Box notacceptable) :3) Direct Phone contact :4) Means of Identification; either International passport or drivers license. Please confirm message well-granted and be also advised to stop allcommunication with other offices regarding your PAYMENT from the Central Bank of Nigeria. Kindly confirm this message and get back to me as soon as possible. Call me on this phone number for more clarification and discussions+2347089246582 Thanks for working with us. Yours in service. Chief Executive OfficerMr Van Owens+2347089246582vanowens01@live.com You must register/login in order to see the link.. com/portal/site/nigeria/menuitem.2792be962d90f70440ff36313367804c/?vgnextoid=535736720fee8110VgnVCM100000337608c4RCRD Stanbic IBTCBank Plaza, 14th Floor, 51/55 Broad Street, Victoria Island,Lagos Nigeria. i thought i saw this on one of the news shows about how they steal your identity and then sell it on the blackmarket, some sick peeps in the world, just hope no one ever falls for this scam..............laurie
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  2. Sep 28, 2008
  3. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    STILL At Leisure
    United Kingdom
    I am surprised that ANYONE falls for this nowdays in an EMAIL!!!

    I have seen rogue casino terms and conditions that are easier to read and understand than this:rolleyes:

    If you are bright enough to understand all that formal language, you should be bright enough to figure out that something isn't quite right about the whole thing.

    The more recent ones tend to use simplified language, and the ploy is that you have won a big prize in some kind of lottery, often hijacking the good name of a well known company or organisation. These probably snare many more victims, as many GENUINE companies use such "lotteries" as a marketing ploy, with the only difference being a simple procedure, such as clicking a link, to confirm that you want to be entered. IF you have never entered such a draw, it is a scam (or dodgy practice at best).
    As above, no mention of a release fee often makes it seem "worth a try", as many may think they have nothing to lose, but everything to gain if the prize is delivered. The identity is what is stolen in the above case, although in others a request for bank details is also sought for "payment of the funds". The bank details can be used to empty the account, and the ID thus stolen can be used either to get past most CS departments, or to take out financial products, or even enter the country as a "clone" of the victim.

    I have "won several lotteries" this weekend alone:rolleyes:

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