I just had to post this one! How Mr. Jason Clark got my private email address “undisclosed-recipients” is beyond me. Never the less, he really wants to lend me money. Ghee he must be a wealthy Nigerian with an office and maybe even a cellphone ( Ya know so us little people can reach him at anytime to get a loan). (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘bank draft fraud’
Tags: 419 Nigerian scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, E-Mail fraud, grant scam, loan scam, nigerian 419 scam, scam
Tags: bank draft fraud, email fraud, email scam, Identity theft
Lately, I have been receiving numerous phishing emails disguised as all kinds of financial institutions. One day it is the ” Cahoot Bank” ( I didn’t even know this existed ). The next day it is for the Bank of Montreal; followed by ” Alliance & Leicester Bank, just to name a few.
They are all just a bunch of Phishing scammer emails. They all urge you to log in right away, something is wrong with your account! Rest assured there is nothing wrong and if you want to do any transactions or seek information about your accounts, go directly to the actual site of your institution.
These emails provide a hyper link that will lead you to a “Spoofed” site that may look like your actual banking institution’s site but it is not. Should you enter your account information and password, Well guess what! You just gave access to your account to some low life scum bag, bottom feeder and are now a victim of identity thieft.
No and I repeat No financial institution will ever use email to enquire about anything important or concerning your personal information. They just don’t do that.
Should you receive any emails similar to the one below, do yourself a favour and flush it as quick as it is humanly possible, don’t let the bottom feeders steal your identity.
Subject: Cahoot Online-Important: security Information!!!
Date: April 28, 2009 6:39:57 AM EDT (CA)
To: Undisclosed recipients: ;
we recently reviewed your account, and suspect that your
online account may have been accessed by unauthorized third-party
We are urging you to log On and immediately report any suspicious Activity
We Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter,
Please Understand that this is a Security Measure Intended
To help and you and your account, we Apologize for any inconvenience
Tags: advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, email scam, nigerian 419 scam
I have to wonder how Mrs Victoria Wallison managed to get a hold of my “undisclosed-recipients” email address; I thought that only my very personnel friends had it? But lately people have been emailing my “undisclosed-recipients” address with all kinds of winnings from lotteries; huge sums of inheritances from long lost relatives; and in this case a bank draft worth a cool half million! I sure would like to know who is spreading my “personnel email all over the place; but who ever you are thanks!
Subject: YOUR PACKAGE IN OUR OFFICE
Date: March 18, 2009 3:37:10 PM EDT (CA)
CONFIRM OWNERSHIP (PARCEL)
We have been waiting for you to contact us for your Confirmable Package
that is registered with us for shipping to your residential location. We had
thought that your sender gave you our contact details. It may interest you to
note that a letter is also added to your package. However, we can not quote
its content to you via email for Privacy reasons we understand that the
content of your package itself is a Bank Draft which worth over
$500,000.00.usd As you know,FedEx do not ship money in CASH or in CHEQUES but
Bank Drafts are shippable.The package is registered with us for mailing by
your colleague, and your colleague explained that he is from the United
States but he is here in Nigeria for three (3) months Surveying Project as he
works with a construction firm in the Nigeria West Africa region, We are
sending you this email because your package is been registered on a Special
Order.What you have to do now, is to contact our Delivery Department for
immediate dispatch of your package to your residential address.Note that as
soon as our Delivery Team confirms your information’s will take only one
working day (24 hours) for yourpackage to arrive its designated address.For
your information, the VAT & Shipping charges as well as Insurance fees have
been paid by your colleague Mr.James Smith before your package was
registered. Note that the payment that is made on the Insurance,Premium &
Clearance Certificates, you are to certify that the Bank Draft is not a Drug
AffiliatedFund (DAF) neither is it funds to sponsor Terrorism in your
country.This will help you avoid any form of query from the Monetary
Authority of your country. How ever, you will have to pay a sum of $200.00
USD to the FedEx Delivery Department being full payment for the Security
Keeping Fee of the FedEx Company as stated in our privacy terms & condition
page. Also be informed that your colleague Mr.James Smith wished to pay for
the Security Keeping charges, but we do not accept such payment considering
the facts that all items & packages that is registered with us having a time
limitation and we cannot accept payment having known not when you will be
picking up the package or even responding to us.Kindly contact the delivery
department (FedEx Delivery Office) with the details given below: FedEx
Delivery Office Contact Person:
Mr. Kelvin Green
Kindly complete the below form and send it to the email address given above.
Kindly complete the above form and summit it to the delivery manager
As soon as your details are received, our delivery team will give you the
necessary payment procedure so that you can effect the payment for the
Security Keeping Fees.
Mrs Victoria Wallison
FedEx Online Team Management
Tags: 419 Nigerian scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, dormant account scam, email fraud, loan scam
What will the bottom feeders think of next? I think I will change the name of my email to “undisclosed-recipients”. After all, they seem to be giving loads of money to “undisclosed-recipients”. With the millions of lottery wins, inheritances, banks funds, and the list goes on and on, I could be almost as rich as Bill Gates! (more…)
Tags: 419 Nigerian scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, email fraud, fraud, Identity theft, money laundering scam, nigerian 419 scam
Wish the bottom feeders would come up with something a little more entertaining . It is always the same old song and dance.
“Congratulations, I am sending you a few million, just let me know who you are and where you live and don’t worry about the spelling mistakes in my “undisclosed-recipients ” email. My secretary is on a business assignment in the UK and I have to get this transaction done as soon as possible. So just send along a few bucks to cover a few fees and your millions will be on the way. (more…)
Tags: 419 Nigerian scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, email fraud, email scam, fraud, grant scam, loan scam
Here we go again, just a couple more names to add to the scammer, bottom feeder list. This is just another attempt to syphon advanced fees from honest individuals. While they are at it, they will request personal information and may even try to steal your identity. Stay away from this one. (more…)
Tags: 419 Nigerian scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, fraud, nigerian 419 scam
Awe the millions just keep coming in day after day, The only problem is that these bottom feeders probably don’t have a dime to their names. Quite a way to “earn” a living trying to scam innocent people out of their hard earned honest cash.
Subject: A CHEQUE FOR YOUR PAST ASSISTANCE.CONTACT MY LAWYER NOW.
Date: January 27, 2009 12:14:15 PM EST (CA)
It is my pleasure to reach you after our unsuccessful attempt on our business transaction, Well I just want to use this medium to thank you very much for your earlier assistance to help me in receiving the funds without any positive outcome.
I am obliged to inform you that I have succeeded in receiving the funds with the help of a new partner from Paraguay Mr Fernando Alvaro Gomez, Everything was perfectly done because we strike a deal with one of the Lady Accountant who works with the Federal Ministry of Finance(F.M.F) and she rendered a tremendous help to us My new partner initiated this idea and everything worked out successfully In appreciation of your earlier assistance to me in receiving the funds I have left a Certified International Bank Draft for you worth of USD$850,000,00(Eight Hundred And Fifty Thousand United States Dollars)cashable anywhere in the world. This is from my own share I did this simply to show appreciation to you for your kind support and assistance even though we could not succeed due to some unforseen circumstances and reason.
Presently I am in Paraguay for investment project with my own share under the advice of my partner,Meanwhile I didn’t forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me in transferring this funds despite the fact that we could not succeed, I will be sending you e-mail
from time to time to know if you have received your Bank Draft or not.
In the light of the above you are therefore to contact my lawyer Barrister David Muntari, and do send him your contact address where you want the Bank Draft to be sent to you, His E-mail address is:.
Please do let me know immediately you receive it so that we can share the joy together after all the suffering at that time, In the moment I am very busy here in Asuncion the capital city of Paraguay because of the investment projects which the new partner and I are having at hand.
So feel free to get in touch with him to send the Bank Draft to you without any delay.
With My Best Regards,
Tags: 419 Nigerian scams, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, Identity theft
Another fine scam from the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank. Check out Hang Seng Bank Scam for details of this type of scam.
Date: August 30, 2008 11:30:06 AM EDT (CA)
I am Mr. Vincent Cheng Hoi Chuen, GBS, JP Chairman of the Hong Kong and
Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited.I have a transaction of mutual
benefit that worth 22.5 Million USD$, I greet.
Mr. Vincent Cheng
Tags: 419 Nigerian scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, Identity theft, scam
This guy is in a hurry to give me a cool mil. Smells pretty scammy to me.
Subject: VERY URGENT IS NEEDED PLEASE 226 76 938 132
Date: April 28, 2008 10:26:02 AM EDT (CA)
Good Day My good friend,
Let me start by introducing myself, I am mr HADJI KAGOME,
an ACCOUNTS OFFICER with an African Bank in Burkina-Faso of West
I am writing you this letter based on the latest development at my bank
which I will like to bring to your personal edification.($9million transfer
This is a legitimate transaction and you will be paid 30% for
your “Assistance”.If you are interested, please write back for more
explanation. Kind Regards
HADJI KAGOME +226 76 938 132. CALL FOR MORE IMFORMATION
Tags: 419 scam, advanced fees scam, bank draft fraud, fraud, Nigerian scam, scam, spam