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Vernon Maxwell
Fri, 10 Apr 2015 11:41 EDT
Hey please somebody help me I'm pompano beach Florida and I'm getting the samething right now young woman said that her father had died and he had left her with some money $3.6million but she can't get it and she need my help to transfer fund over to my account. Please someone tell me how do I respond back can we catch whoever doing this she even had sent me three pictures of her please e-mail me and let me know what to do Vernonhargrett@ymail.come thanks
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 03:51 EDT
Is there any girl in Senegal, Dakar who named Aishatu Abubakar from Sudan
I have received such kind of message. Please, take a look here. Now, I know that it is a fate mail.
Thank of all you.


Thanks for your mail, I hope you are in good condition of health?. I appreciate the time you spare out to write to me.

Like I said before my name is Aishatu Abubakar, 23yrs old, single and never married. I believe that it is important we get to know each other better for trust and confidence which is necessary in any good and lasting relationship built on honesty and love.

I love reading,spots and also like to visit parks and garden to be close to nature. I love children too and will like to have many children when i get married. I am from Sudan and i am presently staying in a refugee camp here in Senegal .

I came here a month ago because my parents died and our region is not safe at all because of the rebel soldiers who are rapping women everyday and i escaped through the help of the UNICEF and red cross, I am now registered with the United Nation high commission for refugees Dakar Office here in Senegal.

I choose to come to Senegal because i came once to Dakar three years ago with my late father because he was in oil business and sometimes travel to Senegal . I will tell you more about my family and everything about me when i am sure who you are and that i can trust you with my life as true friend and guardian,

Attached here is my picture I will tell you more about myself in my next mail. Please send your own picture in your next reply.

Hoping to hear from you soonest, May God grant you blessings and protect you.

Yours Sincerely,
Aishatu Abubakar.
michael abitbol
Wed, 8 Apr 2015 15:47 EDT
scam stole me
Hello I live in Israel Scam senegal stripped of $ 15,000 was given to believe the story of inheritance and release forms 4 years of saving money stripped
Aman Biswakarma
Wed, 1 Apr 2015 07:56 EDT
Hello Dear,
How are you today, I hope you are well. How are you today out there, I think your days are well spent. My day is very boring here in Dakar Senegal. In this emergency center, it is difficult to get out because we're not allowed to do it, it's just like living in the prison and hope by God's grace I will come here soon. I have no parents now that I can go as a refugee here at home emergency, I do not 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 return to my studies because I only attended my first year before the tragic incident that lead to my being in this situation has occurred.
Please, I want you to know that I have the account statement and death certificate here with me to my late father I want to send you to help me, because when he was alive he deposited some amount Money in the Bank which he used my name as the next of kin. The amount in question is $ 3.2 million. So I'm going to help me transfer this money to your account and from it you will send some money for me to get my traveling documents and air ticket to come meet you. I can not withdraw the money myself because of my refugee statues in this country that does not allow me money and can not be transferred to Senegal where I am in refugee statues.
I contacted the bank by mail and have to know my plans to withdraw this money, I also got them aware of the death of my father and recognized with all there confirmation. However, they advise me to get in touch with a very responsible person to be held on my behalf and my trustee as regards to this money since I'm currently refugee status here and would not be allowed to handle this amount of money, they also let me know about the bond which they signed with my father that they money will be handled to me in bulk amount which means I have to decide if I should continue with the bank or i dont no.
I just have to let you know this so you can help me to be my trustee on this money. I kept this secret to people here. I will want to come to you if you help me come any time you want, even now, Have a good time and think of me, my dear, I hope to hear from you soon. Call me 00221775891034.
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 19:48 EDT
Fernando exactly. They saying God was the one told them you will be the one to assist them out. I was contact by another scammer name Amarachi Ogoko on Facebook. I know this person is a scam. What is it about yahoo or hotmail these people want a person to contact them on, just to scam them out their money, or get some kind of information from that person? I didn't contact that other person on yahoo. Besides they don't need any help to claim no money, if there's money. If this person claiming to be the next of kin, all the bank needed from them is documents proving who they are. No lawyer to send, your hard earn money to
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 14:44 EDT
I even send this person claiming to be the lawyer in jail too. He got caught trying to leave the country. Some of them are not so smart. He was sending threats to me. He doesn't know what I look like
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 14:39 EDT
Fernando, I receive a message on Facebook. This person telling me to contact them on yahoo. I know this is another scam, this person go by the name Amarachi Ogoko. I told that person, I know you going to tell you in a refugee camp in Senegal and for me to assist you out. I even told them I'm not assisting them out their by using my money. I told them to stop that nonsense. I know they not in no refugee camp.
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 14:29 EDT
Lazarus, if they charge you 1080, its gonna be another fee,once you send more money. Don't send any more money, its a scam. There's no compensation of 300.000, this person has for you. I receive the same message too, with a person claiming Nancy James, for me to contact the supposedly reverend Luke Ignatius, to colllect my compensate of 150.000.00. The reverend wants me to send my address, phone number my surname without any mistakes. I didn't send any cause I know he will come back to me in paying that fee. I send their behind in jail, for trying to commit a fraud.
Tue, 24 Mar 2015 22:44 EDT
are pure scammers do not believe them, is that because they do not like eight hours are devoted to defraud ... I unnamed one of the bunch !! Worst of all they know to name God as assist them in something ...
Tue, 24 Mar 2015 16:37 EDT
About Reverend james micheal and Annitta maxwell
hi i met this lady last year who wanted me to help her claim her fathers legacy.her name is Anitta Maxwell.later this i received her email said she managed to transfer her money from London bank and she left me 300 000 which is there with reverend james micheal of crescent church.i even deposit us 220 for delivery of my chegue,but i am suprised because now he needs us 1080..please i wanted to know if revjames micheal is there?

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