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Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Dakar

AddressAv. Cheikh Anta DIOP
Senegal
PostalPO Box 3129 ^ - Fann
Phonelocal: 338.246.922
international: +221.338.246.922
Faxlocal: 338.258.136
international: +221.338.258.136
Emailinfo@nigeriandakar.sn
Web sitehttp://www.nigeriandakar.sn/

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v.s khedkar
Mon, 7 Apr 2014 03:21 EDT
froud
Sir name of girl zina ahil
She contact on my fb fist and then email
I want she doing any type of froud with me..
Pls tell me she true or not
vishnu indian
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 04:07 EDT
enquiry about reality of these girls
i got message through fb n then contacted through mail id. first of georgina lkwaje n now betty osman. same cases as above desbribed. is this any kind of fraud or really a girl in problem.pls mail me...... vishnudev.pandey@gmail.com
James
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 03:16 EDT
A girl by name Blessing Stivean has conned.
Am so dismayed that a girl I thought was in dire need of assistance conned me.She claim her father was a minister of community and publicity who was killed in cold blood by rebels in Sudan.She purportedly resides in a refuge camp managed Father Raymond Andy.Her lawyer is Edward Nndiyar.
capetown
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 21:50 EDT
This is too obvious!
Hello Dear, I wish to present this proposal for the purpose of investment in your country. My name is Miss Jane, I am the daughter of Late Hon Dr.Vamba Tomiu the former Minister of Transport and Communication in my country Liberia. My father was arrested on 1st of Nov 2009 on allegation of using his position in the Government to aid smuggling of diamond from the Loria country diamond field,it was just a political vendetta.My father later died in the prison,it was diagnosed that he was poisoned, but Government report says heart failure. He sent a note to me before his death, regarding a deposit of the sum of (Five Million Six Hundred Thousand USA Dollars)($5.6m usd) he deposited on my name. He instructed me to move immediately with the documents to a neighboring country to seek asylum.I moved to the Republic of Guinee where i spent some time before finally moving to Dakar Senegal with the help of United Nation Agency; but presently living in a church under the care of Rev father as a refugee.Meanwhile i have located the bank,and have also discussed the possible transfer of the fund. My father left a clause to the bank that i must introduce a trusted foreign partner who would be my trustee to help me invest this fund; hence the need for your assistance,i request that you be my trustee and assist me in effecting the transfer of the fund to your account or an account you will nominate for investment.You will also be responsible for the investment and management of the fund for me and also you will help me get a good school where i will further my education.we will agree on a percentage you will take for your assistance. Please let me know immediately if you can assist me so that I will give you more information about the deposit. I thank you in anticipation to your quick response. yours sincerely Miss Jane.
Olona
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 14:50 EDT
Scam Scam Scam
I received this Senegal refugee story scam from one so called Yama Enoch Mensah. Pls public beware, this is a scam. This civilised age if you fall for this kind of cheap fraud, I pity you....
vimi
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 14:46 EDT
a girl name cld esther she had msg me and say that .no body is mine my father dead nd she wants to live with me nd her father deposite 4.5miln doller in my account i think its all fake
Filmon
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 08:50 EDT
scam or not ..... I don't know
I receive the same massage after exchanging email with this girl who call her self Rosemarry Pedro. The content of themssg is almost the same except for the be difference ....
I want to know if she is fraud or not .
Rejmi
Tue, 1 Apr 2014 12:49 EDT
Beware of this scam
I had the same experience .I got a message in my facebook inbox from a girl named M Stanley Gifty. She asked me that she wanted to share some imp thing and to contact her email id. I checked her profile on facebook and saw her pic (i dont know fake or not). I contacted her email and she told me the same story. She wanted me to assist her tranferring money to my account in my country . She ,in refugee camp in Daker Senegal..her father Dr.Stanley Mikando nd her mother were killed by rebels in Ivory Coast. She sent me one draft letter to send to Royal Bank of Scottland group.She wanted me to send her 300 Dollars to prepare some documents to transfer 6 million $ to my account. But I didn't do anything what she wanted me to do.
This is a very big fraudster active. .But stupid to use the same story for years to deceive ppl. They did some mistakes in dealing with me. So I could understand that this is scam.
It is really heart breaking.
I could read the same experience from many other ppl.
This is a serious matter actually.
Mike William Muvombo
Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:25 EDT
$350,000.00 Compasation
I reside in Zambia, I get frrquent messages both from Zilda Mingo and Rev John Moses that they want to compasate me with $350,000.00 for advise given to rhem on how to transfer funds dor zilders late father, in senegal. I was asked to do the transaxtion for them, suspiciously I refused, It is now that they have come up with theIdea to reward me and now I should send them $220 for a draft cheque being costs by DHL to send the check to me.
The senagal government should intervene in this matter since these people are even on facebook and can be traced.
Issues of frauds are on the increas.
Waseem Maya
Mon, 31 Mar 2014 16:25 EDT
Same Message from this fake girl!
Hello My Dearest One,
How are you doing today! hope all is well with you over there in your country and i hope this mail will reach you in a good condition of health. I am happy to received your mail today and i have a special reason why i decided to contact you because of the urgency of my situation here in the camp, Once again my name is Miss lizy Nyennoh. I'm from Monrovia the capital city of Liberia in west Africa. I'm 26 years old,fair in complexion and a first year student in the University before i dropped out from school. I stopped my education due to the untimely death of my parents. My parents was extra-judicially killed by some rebels loyal to the opposition party in my country as a result of the political crises that occurred in our country some years back.

My late father Dr. Zokaya Nyennoh was the personal adviser to the former head of state in our country before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed my mother and my father in cold.it was only me that is alive and I managed to make my way to a near by country Senegal where i am leaving now as a refugee. Please i am not writing only to introduce myself to you, Maybe my mail will be a surprise to you considering the fact that we did not know each other before.

I deem it necessary to introduce myself in details for you and the need for your assistance to claim and invest my inheritance for me. My late father Dr.Zokaya Nyennoh was the formal adviser to the head of state during military Reign but unfortunately i lost him during the political crises. I then manage to escape to the nearest country called Senegal where i am living as a refugee right now.

Here It just like one staying in the prison but i hope by God's grace i will come out from here soon.The only person I have now is Rev George Raymond who has been encouraging me morally here in the camp. He has been very nice to me since I came here but i am not living with him, rather i'm living in the female's hostel here in the camp and i write mails to you through the reverend's office because i don't have computer of my own.

The Reverend phone number is (+221-766529025 ) if you call, please tell him that you want to speak with Miss lizy Nyennoh so that he will send for me in the hostel.Please as a refugee here i don't have any right or privilege to any thing because it is against the law of this country. I want to go back to my studies because i only attended my first year before the tragic incident that lead to the death of my parents took place.

Please i contact you personally for a long term relationship and business/investment assistance in your country. Please listen to this, My late father deposited some amount of money in Royal Bank Of Scotland when he was alive which he used my name as the next of kin. the amount in question is ($3.8M US) I have wrote to the bank where the money was deposited but they told me that i have to look for a foreign partner who will assist me because of my refugee status.

So i will like you to help me transfer this money to your account and from it you can send some money for me to get my traveling documents to come over to meet with you in your country. I kept this secret from people in the camp here, the only person that knows about it is the Reverend because he is like a father to me. So i will like you to keep it to yourself and don't tell it to anyone for security and safety reasons.i am afraid of loosing my life and the money if people gets to know about it.

Remember I am giving you all this information due to the trust i developed in you because i feel you are a honest and understanding person.I will soon be with you in your country. Meanwhile i will like you to call me like i said so that we can discuss a little. I attach my picture here to show you who i am and i will also be expecting your own picture in your next mail.Have a nice day and think about me.
I am waiting to hear from you soon.
Yours Forever,
Lizy.

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