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brainz ferdinand
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 20:43 EDT
I want to know the truth
This gals talking about claims of large amount of money in Dakar could any of there stories be true
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 20:36 EDT
ahmed, did that person contact you through Facebook? I was contact by one on Facebook
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 20:26 EDT
ahmed, its a scam. They don't need any help getting any money,if there's money. If they are claiming they are next of kin, all the bank needs its just documents, proving who they say they are. Don't send money. The bank on who ever account either on of the parents, the bank should contact them. If the person claiming the next of kin has documents, they need to show the bank that.Then they will receive the money. Its a long process. You shouldn't be sending money to stranger. Why would the bank charges you that amount. Its lies. It gonna be fees after fees, until you ran out of money or you realize, you're being scam. There's no millions dollars
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 20:15 EDT
Lawyer fee preparing legal documents does not cost 360.00. 360.00 to prepare some legal documents,yeah right. Its money, he trying to scam you out of koni. Don't send money. I had went a lawyer before, to prepared a power attorney documents. His fees didn't cost that much. It was 1 hundred something dollars. I don't believe he is really a lawyer. The person claiming that they staying in refugee camp, probably pretending to be the lawyer. He thinks you are stupid
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 18:55 EDT
here is mine
she wrote me*her name is Miss.Matina Ohuma she said she was the only dauther of dr.grage Ohuma a bussiness man in rwanda that her father deposit fund of $2.7m in bank of africa with her name as the next of kin before her father died in 2013. the name of the manager is mr sulemon Diop she told me to write the bank i do and they told me the policy i provide everything for them.Now they said the account need to be activated because it as been operated for a long time and the activation fees is $4,704.she said she was presently in refugee camp dakar senegal.she stay in room 87 female hostel..please i want to know if it was a scammer or not
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 22:02 EDT
Lawyer fee preparing legal documents does not cost 360.00. That is too much preparing legal documents. Its money, he trying to scam you out of koni. Don't send money
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 14:55 EDT
I will like to know if, y'all know a young woman go by the name Nancy James? I want know if she exist. She told me, she is staying in a refugee camp in Senegal. She had told me her father name Nelson James. I wonder if there's really a camp there? On the map, I haven't seen no Refugee camp in Senegal.
Tamara White
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 14:31 EDT
samuel its a scam. The pastor is just as bad too. I have received an email to this lawyer, telling me that this person claiming that they are staying in refugee camp in Senegal, found someone to transfer their money into another person account. He said that the person is getting married, to the scammer. I was like yeah right, if its true, that person is a fool. No one won't married a total stranger. He was saying that, cause I didn't send 300 dollars, to prepare documents. I'm sure those documents are not legal. The person go by the name Nancy. I guess she thought, I was going to send the 300 dollars and married her.
Tamara White
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 11:26 EDT
I was thinking the same thing Elizabeth Thu. They don't need help claiming money at a bank, if there's money. Like you said you just need to show documents proving your identity, and that you are the next of kin. What ever year they claiming their family died, and left millions of money, they should been giving the bank those documents to prove their identity. The scammers knows all they need was just a documents claiming their identity,and that they are the next of kin for their father or mother. If their mother or father is dead, or who ever account its for. But they rather scam people. I know no bank will not keep someone deceased relative account for so long, if you are claiming your relative been dead since 2009, or 2011. And only now you claiming the money. That money would have been gone by to the government of that country, after a certain years this person hasn't claim the money. They think people in America,and other countries are stupid. We do not know these stuff. I know better not to send money.
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 10:51 EDT
dannie Daniel its a scam. I receive the same email too, that this person staying in refugee camp. They go by the name Nancy James. She decided to look up some lawyer, and found one. She wants me to pay the lawyer 220.00. She wanted you to send 1.600 dollars. She only want me to pay the lawyer 220.00. I told her I'm not paying that. I also ask her why you not working. She told me there's no work there. I told her you rather scam peopl. She deny she not a scam

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