Tuesday, September 2, 2014


 Again with the urgent compensations! You'd think these guys would brush up on their grammar and syntax just a little to make it seem legit.

From: Barrister: Larry Jean <chambermenber@tvcabo.co.mz>
Date: Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 9:37 PM

Attention: Beneficiary.


It's our pleasure to inform you that United Nation in West African had a meeting with the Authority of International Court of Justice concerning scam activities in African countries in such as Nigeria, Benin Republic, Ghana and Burkina Faso the report of scam against innocent people worldwide such as U.S.A citizens, Asia and European.


Whom the country of Nigeria/Benin Rep, Burkina Faso Ghana and other African Countries mostly West Africans,have decided to compensate you due to meeting held with Four countries Government and the world high commissions against fraud activities by the Country above.
Your name was among those that scammed as listed by the West Africa Financial Intelligent Unit (WAFIU).Compensation has been issued out in Certified ATM Visa card or cash delivery to your home address value of $3.5MILLION USD to all the affected victims and has been already in distribution to all the bearers.
Your name was among those that were reported undelivered as of this moment and we wish to advise you to comply with the instructions of the Committee Chamber to make sure you receive your fund by any mode of transfer or cash delivery without any further delay.
We advise you to do the needful thing to make sure the WAFIU transfer or delivery of your fund via our reliable Courier Company appointed.You are assured of the safety of this transaction and availability and be advised that you should stop further contacts with all the fake people and fake security companies. scammers and Bank impostors.
Therefore you are advice to contact the lawyer in charges of this BIACARD ATM and his name is Barrister William Jackson and make sure you contact him immediately with your complete information needed for delivery.
REF: 2103VC.
Name: Barrister Williams Jackson
Contact Number: +234-8173367668
Contact him with your full delivery information regarding the delivery of your fund such as:your name, Address, your phone number, Gender and also a scan copy of your International Passport or any Id Card to avoid wrong delivery and then for Post/Mail service and also any beneficiary will be responsible for Post/Mail fees so as to avoid any scam and the fees is $110.00usd and you will receive your funds by cash delivery or ATM Visa card without any further delay.
Here is the payment information through Western Union Money Transfer stated below:
Receivers Name: TONY .C .NNAMAH
Test Question: good
Answer: Trust.
Amount: $110.00USD
WAFIU further told us that the use of Nigeria Couriers and the Benin 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 reliable courier company Benin Republic for a safe delivery to your door-step once the beneficiary meets up the demand of the conveyance.
Yours in Service,
Barrister: Larry Jean
 I didn't bother asking how a guy in Africa has an address -- rediffmail.com -- located in India. There was too much money at stake!

I was actually pretty excited to be talking to a real live ambassador. Unfortunately, it was for naught:

PHONE: PHONE: Tel; +2348122422012

Hello Chester Hooten

Your mail has been receive and i want to let you know that i am not a
Nigerian i just have an assignment here in Nigeria and i am assuring
you that as far as you follow the due process i will be in your
doorstep as soon as possibly other beneficairies are online with you
so as soon as we receive the $105 tomorrow i will send you my flight
schedule i even call you but your phone is in answering machine so if
possibly for you.you can call me please i want to reconfirm the
payment information to you so view it below.

RECEIVER'S NAME: Emmanuel Okafor

i will be waiting to receive the western union payment information.

thanks and God bless

PHONE: Tel; +2348122422012

 I really wanted to call this guy in the middle of the night his time -- 234 really is the Nigerian telephone exchange -- but I'm not sure my plan covers international calls to criminals. I had to send an email instead:

OK, now I'm confused. I thought I was talking to James F. Entwistle. Now I find out I'm talking to Emmanuel Okafor. (Hey here's a joke. What's an Okafor? To climb! Get it? Oak tree, see?)

I'm sorry you got my answering machine when I called. Did you hang up without leaving a message? Too bad, I would have loved hearing from you. I like talking to foreigners. I learn so much from them, like how foreign they are.

So, OK, you're Emmanuel Okafor. I've got the $105, but I have to trust you first. I have to know that you are who you say you are, which is Emmanuel Okafor. If you could send me a scan of your passport or driver's license (I guess you drive hippos instead of cars in Nigeria), that would be good.

One more thing, and this is very, very important: I cannot meet with you if you have Ebola. That is definitely a deal-breaker, no matter how much money you want to give me. Because $3.5 million isn't going to do me any good if I'm bleeding from my eyes.

Chester Hooten

Looks like our friend Mr. Okafor has Ebola, for he never answered. Glad I found out in time.


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