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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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kennedy mwendwa
Mon, 12 May 2014 12:28 EDT
nigerian tricky ladies
Happiness Baby
hapinesbaby5@yahoo.com Fri, May 2, 2014 at 6:38 PM
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Hello My Dear,
Thanks for your mailing,i pray that the grace of God will be upon you so that you will help me realised my dream with what is left behind.I know it is dont going to be easy but please consider me and give me a totally attention as i believe you will have nothing to regret in this matter.

As a matter of reality,sincere and truth I have head this secret for people since all this while expect the Rev pastor (Man of God) who has been encouraging me morally.I intend to get a foreign partner as I have aim to leave Senegal.My late father (Dr Wilson Khalifa) made a deposit of the sum of ($3.8M US) in Royal Bank Of Scotland ,i was used as the next of kin to the deposit,but i was refused from getting the money because of my refugee situation which is against the law of senegal hence this i contacted you to be my TRUSTEE in acting on my behalf,You have to contact my bank who will advice you on what ways you will follow to have this fund transfered into your account.

Note that i am restricted from accessing this fund because of my Refugee Status,hence this i contacted you to help me in relocating this money into your account so that i can come over to your country.
This transaction is a 100% legal,i am confident of that and believe in little time you will see things your self,Please try and know that this money is in the bank,All you need is to contact the bank and seek for an advice on how the money will be transfered into your account.I have already inform them my desire and the promise to help me if i get a relaible foreign partner that will be sincere..

I will like you to put in contact with the bank,you will tell them that you are my foreign partner,that you want to know the possibilities of assisting me to transfer the sum $3.8 Million dollars deposited by my late father which I am the next of kin to your account in your country.
You as my helper will be compersated,you will have all total support by my banker who has assured me the transfer will be made into your account.Notice.Please dont tell anybody about this because of security and my safety purpose you know if people get to know,i will certainly will be a target and this will not be good for me.

My dear you can always reach me through this number (+221763883007) it is a Rev number and his name is Rev.Emmanuel George,whenever you call,please tell him that you want to speak with happiness Khalifa will sent for me to hear your voice. Attach here is my picture.
Waiting to hear from you soon.
Yours Lovelly

Happiness
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:43 EDT
Atty.Jerry Demba (Beatrice case) Refugee
JERRY DEMBA & LINK CHAMBERS.SN
Address: - NO 66 SANDAKAR UNIT 12 (3rd-floor)
 Senegal
E-mail:- bar.jerryDemba@lawyer.com
TEL:/(+221)-76-887-6816
(Motto: justice for all)
SUBJECT: LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE : DATE. 10 / 05 /2014

 ATTENTION: MISS. ANJANETH SOCO!!
 
SEQUEL TO BOTH YOUR PARTNERS MAIL WHICH I RECEIVED IN MY NOBLE LAW-FIRM, HOW TO PREPARE
A POWER OF ATTORNEY IN YOUR NAME FOR YOU TO STAND ON BEHALF OF YOUR PARTNER
BEATRICE GILBERT  AND TRANSFER HER FATHERS MONEY FROM ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND TO YOUR ACCOUNT.

MY NOBLE LAW FIRM WISH TO BRING TO YOUR NOTICE THAT BEFORE WE CAN PROCEED
WITH THIS SERVICES WE WILL WANT YOU TO FORWARD TO THIS LAW-FIRM IMMEDIATELY
YOUR FULL CONTACT DETAILS.

YOUR FULL NAME, .................................
FULL ADDRESS, ...................................
          ID NUMBER OR PASSPORT NUMBER..........................
TELEPHONE .....................................
YOUR COUNTRY CODE, .....................................
OCCUPATION, .....................................
DATE OF BIRTH............................
MARITAL STATUS......................
NATIONALITY.........................
AS IT MUST APPEAR ON THE POWER OF ATTORNEY

SO THAT I WILL GO TO FEDERAL HIGH COURT HERE TO ASCERTAIN THE COSTS OF THE AUTHENTICATION
OF THE POWER OF ATTORNEY BEFORE IT BECOMES FOR THE TRANSFERRING OF THE MONEY TO YOUR ACCOUNT.

AFTER WHICH MY LAW-FIRM WILL CONTACT YOU BACK WITH THE REQUIRED COSTS BEFORE ACCEPTING
TO RENDER THE REQUIRED LEGAL SERVICES.

YOURS IN SERVICE,
BAR. (DR). JERRY DEMBA (ESQ)
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:37 EDT
Beatrice Fifth Email
May 11,2014 - 11:08 pm
From: Beatrice Gilbert

Hello my love how are you doing over there? hope you are fine, i am very happy to read from you this afternoon and to see that the lawyer is asking for your information, my love try and forward your information to the lawyer for the preparation of the documents as required from the bank for the transfer to your account.

My love try and send your information to the lawyer lets hear from him first, and i believe he will use your information to get the documents from the high court.

Honey, i will stop here and go back to the camp, please update me when you hear from the lawyer, and try to work very hard with the lawyer to get the documents ready and send it to the bank, i love you honey, have a nice and lovely day as i wait to hear a good news from you concerning the documents, goodbye for now.

Thanks yours lovely one



Beatrice.
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:33 EDT
Beatrice Fourth Email
My Dearest Love,

How are you today?
I believe you are doing well.

God will bless and reward you for every effort you are making to see me out from this horrible situation I found myself today.

As for me I am fine here with all hopes that you will assist me to transfer my money to your position for a better life with you.

I appreciated the way you are handling this transfer of my money to your position pending my arrival to meet with you to start a new life.

I am suffering here in the prison called refugee camp and I believe with you I can start a new life in your country after the transfer of my money to your account.

I can see what the bank is demanding before they will transfer my money to your position concerning the documents they need for the transfer.

Presently I have my Late Father Death Certificate and Statement of Account with me here which I will send to you.

The only problem we have now is the Power of Attorney which the bank said that it will be issued by a lawyer here in Senegal for me to sign my signature on it.

After reading your mail, I discussed it with Rev Emmanuel  and he gave me the contact of this lawyer Barrister Jerry Demba.

He is one of the lawyers working with the united nations here in Senegal He is a very Good man darling please don’t be afraid of him.

I will want you to contact him on both phone and email tell him that you are my foreign partner that you need his services to prepare a power of attorney that will enable you transfer my $8.6 U.S. Dollars from ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND to your account on my behalf due to my refugee status.

Here the contact information’s of the lawyer,
DR Jerry Demba
E-mail address (bar.jerryDemba@lawyer.com)
Office telephone number (+221768876816)

God bless you as you contact him immediately.
Yours Forever.
Beatrice
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:27 EDT
Beatrice FiEmail
May 6, 2014 - 2:38pm
From: Beatrice Gilbert
To: Me

Hello dearest one.
How are you today?
I believe you are doing well, please don’t be surprise about this message.

I am more than happy reading your reply today, My dear like I told you in my first mail, My name is Beatrice Gilbert from Ivory coast in west Africa Presently I am residing in the refugee camp here in Thais Senegal as a result of the civil war going on in my country. I am 24 years old girl 5'8" tall. My father (DR GILBERT BORFORH  ZOKAYA) was the personal adviser to the former head of state (Late DR HENRI KONAN) before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed him alongside with my mother It is only me that is alive now and I managed to make my way to a near by country Senegal where I am living now.

Please I will like to know more about you. Your likes and dislikes and what you are doing presently. When I read your mail today is give me full joy and happiness, I hope I have gotten the honest person which I have been searching. Thank you once again I will like to see you face to face soonest. My dear I will like to be part of your life.

Mine here is a little bit hot over here in Thais Senegal. In this refugee we are only allowed to go out only some times in a week. It’s just like one staying in the prison and I hope with your help and by Gods grace I will come out here soon.

I don't have any relatives now whom I can go to all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war the only person I have now is Rev Emmanuel Duku who is the pastor of the (Church) here in the refugee he has been very nice to me

since i came here but I am not living with him rather I am leaving in the women's hostel because the refugee have two hostels one for men the other for women, Camp address is: Rue Ashlem, Thies, SENEGAL. Hostel Number Flat 14 room 8 Female Hostel: The PASTOR Tel number is ( +221-76-840-4261 ) I will being waiting for your call as soon as you received this message ; if you call tell Rev  Emmanuel that you want to speak with me he will send for me in the hostel.

As a refugee here I don't have any right or privilege 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 my being in this situation now 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 latter, because when he was alive he deposited some amount of money in a leading bank in Europe which he used my name as the next of kin, the amount in question is $ 8.6 (eighth million six hundred thousand U.S. 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 refugee 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 get to know about it.

Remember I am giving you all this information due to the trust and honest I deposed on you, I like honest and understanding people, truthful and a human of vision, truth and hard working. My favorite language is English but our language is French but I speak English very fluently.

Meanwhile I will like you to call me to prove you’re honest and also to hear my voice and I also will hear yours. Have a nice day and read my message careful, please treat this very urgent to safe my life, if you are willing to help respond quickly so that I will give you all the details about the bank where the money was deposited
Waiting to hear from you soonest.
Yours Beatrice
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:26 EDT
Beatrice Third Email
Hello My Dear,
How are you doing i hope you are very nice today

Please copy this and send it to the bank and I will write to the bank and inform them about you, I think the bank will tell us immediately, I have two documents with me, All I want to do now is to ensure that please contact the bank you should e-mail

You can copy this and send to the bank, you have to fill the gap with your information

Mr.
I am (........) from (.....) the foreign partner of Miss Beatrice Zokaya who is in the refugee camp in Senegal.
I want to know the procedure for transferring the money deposited by her late father which she is the closest relative of to my bank account in my country.

Sir Your response is urgently needed.
This is the (Deposit Account number 745008901546 the name of the account holder  Dr. Gilbert Borforh Zokaya, this is my e-mail and my  (anjaneth_17@yahoo.com)    ( Beatricgilbert@yahoo.com  ) you can reply here and let us know how possible to transfer funds on my personal account in my country.


Emails....
Dr.Stephen_Hester@mail.com



RoyalBankofScotland.Accountant@accountant.com

Tele:...................+44 131 523 3636
..........................+44 131 556 2499
Fax.....................+44 131 225 6600





We will be awaiting your urgent reply please get in touch with us soon.

Sincerely
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:22 EDT
Beatrice Second Email
Hello Darling,
How are you today together with your work, I believe that you are doing well over there in your country. I'm fine here, with all hopes to meet with you immediately after the transfer  is made to your account,  i want you to  help me invest this fund in a good business that will be bringing out profit for us to live a better life while i proceed my education. please contact the bank where my late father deposited  the money with my name is below.  And  honey  bear this in mind that i don,t have any brother neither having any sister,

Dr. Stephen Hester
International transfer Manager
Royal Bank of Scotland, United Kingdom
42 St.Andrew Square
Edinburge,EH2 2YE
Scotland.

Emails....
RoyalBankofScotland.Accountant@accountant.com
Dr.Stephen_Hester@mail.com

Tele:...................+44 131 523 3636
..........................+44 131 556 2499

Fax.....................+44 131 225 6600

Dr. Stephen Hester, is the Remittance/Transfer Manager in Royal Bank of Scotland.
Already i have informed this bank about my intention to claim my late father's fund  which my name appears as the next of kin.The only thing the bank told me is to look for a foreign partner who will assist me in this transfer due to my refugee condition here in Senegal, being a refugee i am not allowed direct claim of the money but through an appointed  representative as the United Nation Refugee law governing refugee all over the world states.Based on this information i will like you to send an email to the Remittance/Transfer department of the  bank today, tell Dr. Stephen Hester  that you are my representative and you standing unbehalf of miss Beatrice Zokaya the daughter of there late customer Dr. Gilbert Borforh Zokaya to verify from them and to know the possibility of transferring this fund to your personal bank account.

Here is the deposit information
1)The account holder's name : ........................Dr. Gilbert Borforh Zokaya
2)The account number: ....................................745008901546
3)The amount with my name deposited:......... $8.6 M US Dollars
4)Account next of Kin : ....................................Miss Beatrice Gilbert
5)Account swift code : ......................................RBSGLl229640

May God bless you. i am waiting to read your mail.

Beatrice
Choi Park
Mon, 12 May 2014 03:15 EDT
Beatrice First Email
May 6, 2014 - 2:38pm
From: Beatrice Gilbert
To: Me

Hello dearest one.
How are you today?
I believe you are doing well, please don’t be surprise about this message.

I am more than happy reading your reply today, My dear like I told you in my first mail, My name is Beatrice Gilbert from Ivory coast in west Africa Presently I am residing in the refugee camp here in Thais Senegal as a result of the civil war going on in my country. I am 24 years old girl 5'8" tall. My father (DR GILBERT BORFORH  ZOKAYA) was the personal adviser to the former head of state (Late DR HENRI KONAN) before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed him alongside with my mother It is only me that is alive now and I managed to make my way to a near by country Senegal where I am living now.

Please I will like to know more about you. Your likes and dislikes and what you are doing presently. When I read your mail today is give me full joy and happiness, I hope I have gotten the honest person which I have been searching. Thank you once again I will like to see you face to face soonest. My dear I will like to be part of your life.

Mine here is a little bit hot over here in Thais Senegal. In this refugee we are only allowed to go out only some times in a week. It’s just like one staying in the prison and I hope with your help and by Gods grace I will come out here soon.

I don't have any relatives now whom I can go to all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war the only person I have now is Rev Emmanuel Duku who is the pastor of the (Church) here in the refugee he has been very nice to me

since i came here but I am not living with him rather I am leaving in the women's hostel because the refugee have two hostels one for men the other for women, Camp address is: Rue Ashlem, Thies, SENEGAL. Hostel Number Flat 14 room 8 Female Hostel: The PASTOR Tel number is ( +221-76-840-4261 ) I will being waiting for your call as soon as you received this message ; if you call tell Rev  Emmanuel that you want to speak with me he will send for me in the hostel.

As a refugee here I don't have any right or privilege 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 my being in this situation now 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 latter, because when he was alive he deposited some amount of money in a leading bank in Europe which he used my name as the next of kin, the amount in question is $ 8.6 (eighth million six hundred thousand U.S. 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 refugee 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 get to know about it.

Remember I am giving you all this information due to the trust and honest I deposed on you, I like honest and understanding people, truthful and a human of vision, truth and hard working. My favorite language is English but our language is French but I speak English very fluently.

Meanwhile I will like you to call me to prove you’re honest and also to hear my voice and I also will hear yours. Have a nice day and read my message careful, please treat this very urgent to safe my life, if you are willing to help respond quickly so that I will give you all the details about the bank where the money was deposited
Waiting to hear from you soonest.
Yours Beatrice
valinetina
Sat, 10 May 2014 09:16 EDT
how much is sixteen thousand naira in dakar currency?
how much will the sum of sixteen thousand naira be in dakar currency?
Gerald
Thu, 8 May 2014 12:53 EDT
Zokaya
I received emails about a Beatrice Zokaya and how she is as a refugee in Senegal. She has sent me details even after turning down her request.

I just recently discovered that it was a scam and now I wish they get caught.

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