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Phonelocal: 338.246.922
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Daniel Simon
Thu, 22 Jul 2021 02:19 EDT
Liveth Abdel
Please confirm girl named loveth abdel being a refugee in your country.
udom emediong
Fri, 4 Jun 2021 07:07 EDT
pls am in need of help i want to go back to nigerian pls i need help from the embassy
Kelly Ario
Thu, 27 May 2021 02:28 EDT
I want to know
Hello is there a lady name Ella Barry whose in refugees in Senegal st.john catholic church. She want me to help her transfer her money into my account is it true they she is a orphanage because of war.
Thank you
Thu, 22 Apr 2021 19:17 EDT
Sobre celine yaguba
Hola me podrian decir si es real el nombre de celine yaguba dijo que es refugiada en un campamento de cenegal me podrian decir de eso
Mon, 22 Feb 2021 08:33 EST
Pls I need an Ecowas passport , how long will it take for me to have the passport and cost
Erick otieno
Wed, 6 Jan 2021 05:15 EST
From kenya
Ama asking if somebody by name Abdel magdalene please help me
Shagari Ibrahim
Fri, 3 Apr 2020 10:00 EDT
I receive a mail from a lady miss Keita Mah Mandiit From Senegal Refugeecamp
The said person sent different picture of a young beautiful lady and a ID card from UNHCR.

Hello dear Shagari, how are you doing this afternoon, I guess you are fine,, First i want to thank you for your words to me and for your understanding in all i have been through on here in the refugee camp and ever since i lost my family thank you and I must really say This is the most difficult decision i have made trusting someone i have not meet with such huge amount of money I have to take the risk because i need to survive.

What if i happen to die in this condition then the money will be left in the bank with no one to be able to claim it and my late fathers labor will be in vain, to me It makes no sense that huge sum of money is left for me in the bank while i am here suffering If you put yourself in my shoes you will understand how i feel right now I have to fight for my freedom because i have no parents or brother to fight for me again.

I carefully examine your profile before contacting you because i don't want to fall into a wrong person which will be disastrous for me I believe that you are a man of integrity and someone i can trust with my secrets I have full confidence in you please don't disappoint me, I just want to leave this unbearable place to get my life back, the life here is terrible, please am begging you to do everything in your power to make sure i leave here soon to your country.

The bank said the transfer will take place immediately i send your information to the board of the directors of the bank and make the legal introduction of your person to them that you are my appointed trustee, You have to provide to me your full information's such as:

Your Full Name:
Resident Address:
Marital Status:
Your personal phone number:
Your ID card:

I attached my refugee camp identity card which was issued to me on my arrival to the camp and some pictures i took before coming to the refugee camp here, thank you and hope to hear from you soon
Funmilola adebisi abigeal
Sun, 23 Feb 2020 17:38 EST
I lost my passport in Gambia I can I get new one in Dakar pls
Sat, 4 Jan 2020 17:50 EST
Mary Diane is the name...i just finished responding to her eyes are now opened thanks people for sharing...we've got the same story i now believe that this is a scam.
Tue, 12 Feb 2019 23:25 EST
Email received
There is a girl staying in Dakar Senegal and she wants me to help her transfer her father's money. She is the next kin of her father. Is it a scam?
Will money invested in mutual funds be lost? Suppose I invest 100. Is there any guarantee that 100 will rem...
I have also got the similar type of email from Bella Awaza

Hi dear

How was your day? Mine is quiet here in Dakar, Senegal.
My name is Bella Awaza, I'm 24 years old, from Liberia in Africa. I am 5.10ft tall, right in the complexion, (never married before) and now I am residing in the refugee camp here in Dakar as a result of the civil war that was fought in my country.
My late father, Dr. Richard Awaza, was the managing director of Awazaz and Associates (Ltd) and was a special adviser to our former chief of state before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed my mother and my father Cold-blooded.
It was only me who is alive now and I managed to make my way to a country near Senegal where I am now living in a refugee camp, and this computer belongs to a reverend who has a church here in the camp.
I would like to know more about you. Your likes and dislikes, your hobbies and what you are currently doing. I'll tell you more about me in my next email.

Hello my dear, How is your day? I believe is fine. Mine here is fine and like you know i am living in the refugee camp here in Dakar Senegal. In this camp we are only allowed to go out only on Mondays and Fridays of the weeks, It's just like one staying in the prison and i hope by God's grace i will come out from here soon. I don't have any relatives now whom i can go to as all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war. The only person i have now is Rev. Franc Morin who is the pastor of the ( Living Water christian church ) here in the camp, he has been very nice to me since i came here but i am not living with him rather i live in the females hostel because the camp has two hostels one for men the other for women. The Pastor's Tel number is



70 9592 952


if you call, please tell him that you want to speak with me so that he will send for me in the hostel. Call 12 noon GMT, i will be in the Reverend's office by that time tomorrow please, As a refugee here i don't have any right or privileged to any thing be it money or whatever 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 listen to this,I have my late father's statement of account and death certificate here with me which i will send to you later because when he was alive he deposited some amount of money in a bank which he used my name as the next of kin, the amount in question is $6.5M (six Million five Hundred Thousand Dollars). 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 and air ticket to come over to meet with you. I kept this secret to people in the camp here the only person that knows about it is the Reverend because he is like a father to me. So in the light of above i will like you to keep it to yourself and don't tell it to anyone for 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 deposed on you, I like honest and understanding people, truthful and hardworking. My favorite language is English. Meanwhile i will like you to call me like i said i have a lot to tell you. Call me 12 noon my time tomorrow, i will be in the Reverend's office that time. Have a nice day and think about me

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