Sr. Diego De Martinez of Portugal (scam alert)

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This is a typical example of a “cancer scam” message. A rich businessman (so he says) is dying of cancer and wants your help in disposing of his fortune. Alas, there really is no rich businessman and no fortune: there’s just a scammer sending phony messages like this randomly to thousands of people (like you), hoping one of them will take the bait.

Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2016
Subject: Dear Good Friend
From: “Sr. Diego De Martinez” personal@minfra.gba.gov.ar
Reply-To: diego.rrr70@outlook.com

My Name is Sr. Diego De Martinez,

I am from Portugal I have been diagnosed with cancer. It has defiled all forms of medical treatment, and right now I have only about a few months to live, according to medical experts. I have not particularly lived my life so well, as I never really cared for anyone (not even myself) but my business. Though I am very rich, I was never generous, I was always hostile to people and only focused on my business as that was the only thing I cared for.

But now I regret all this as I now know that there is more to life than just wanting to have or make all the money in the world. I believe when God gives me a second chance to come to this world I would live my life a different way from how I have lived it.

I would want to have a Personal and Trustworthy Relationship with you, as I intend and willing to empower the change of ownership for the transfer of my Deposits to your personal possession for further Investment and Charity Disbursement to the Less Privilege and Homeless write me via my mail: diego.rrrr70@gmail.com

I will send you the photos of me and my very hopeless and selfish family a member, including my wife who I learnt is getting married to my personal friend and attorney, Thank you for your due consideration. God be with you. You can reach me through my private email address at diego.rrrr70@gmail.com

Yours Brother

Sr. Diego De Martinez

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John & Lisa Robinson Powerball Scam

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The message below is a type of scam that is becoming more common. The scammer claims to have recently won a lottery, and often uses the name of an actual lottery winner (someone not involved in the scam in any way). The scammer tells you that he wants to share his winnings with you — and from that point on the scam becomes an just another example of the good old advance fee fraud:

reply-to: jlisa.robinson1@gmail.com
date: Sun, 03 Jul 16
subject: we Have Private Donation For You
from: John & Lisa Robinson bauzabecca@speedy.com.ar

Dear Sir / Madam,

This is a personal email directed to you. My wife and I won a PowerBall of $528 jackpot on January 15, 2016 and we have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of ONE MILLION Dollar to you as part of our own charity project to improve the lots of 15-20 lucky individuals all over the world plus 15 close friends and family.

We believe that this wonderful opportunity came to us from God and we cannot keep it to ourselves alone, Your contact was submitted to us by Google Management Team and you received this email because we have short listed you as one of the lucky recipients, If you have received this email then you are one of the lucky winner and all you have to do is get back to us this email ( jlisa.robinson1@gmail.com ) with your particulars so that we can send your details to the pay-out bank.

You can verify this by visiting the web pages below to see our interview and send your response back to us.


http://www.cbsnews.com/news/powerball-winners-tennessee-identified-john-robinson-lisa-robinson

And one more thing, this donation is made out to you as to enable you strengthen your personal issues and mostly to generously help us extend hands of giving to the less privilege, orphans and charity organizations within your locality.

We await your urgent response Via email jlisa.robinson1@gmail.com

Good-luck,
Lisa and John Robinson

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Mariam Germain, Plane Crash (scam alert)

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The message below is a combination two familiar scams: the plane crash scam, and the dying widow scam. And like some sophisticated scam messages, it refers to real news events to make the scam sound more legitimate. But it’s just another scam — not a real message from a wealthy widow who wants to share her fortune with you (alas).

from: rmutilva@speedy.com.ar
reply-to: mariam.germain@yahoo.com.sg
date: Sat, 30 Apr 16
subject: please read

Compliments of the day to you! I’m Mariam Germain, the mother to Gerard St. Germain and Yvette St. Germain who both died untimely in an Egypt Air crash of 1999. You can view this web site for your perusal and find the names of my Children who also perished in that ill fated air disaster.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/egyptair/article/0,,196602,00.htm

I’m from the country of Malaysia, I lost my husband for almost 3 years now and I have been living with this pain till date. We are hospitable people and decided to serve mankind to the best of our ability. Since the death of my children (Gerard St. Germain and Yvette St. Germain), I have lived with the memories, fighting effortlessly to lead a normal life but all to no avail. I suffered psychologically and shortly was diagnosed of Cancer. I write to you, having sourced your address from a database in my late children’s internet dozier after fervent prayers. Before their death, my family had a joint account and deposited sum of $850,000 thousand dollars I need an individual that will utilize this fund inherently for these purposes: to assist the poor and helpless, motherless home These are the wishes of a dying woman. hence my decision as I do not have a child to take over my inheritance. All I need from you is Truthfulness, Honesty and Sincerity assuring me that you can in all honesty and obedience utilize the funds for it purpose and you will use %30 of this fund for your effort.

Kinds Regards
Mariam Germain

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Miss Gifty Younes (scam alert)

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This is a classic “rich orphan” scam. The improbably named “Gifty Younes” has discovered that her dead parents have left her a fortune in a bank in Burkina Faso, and she needs your help in getting it to safety. Sounds plausible, doesn’t it? I’m sure that handling million dollar transactions with banks in Africa is something you do every day!

reply-to: giftyyounes@gmail.com
date: Mon, 04 Jan 16
subject: My Dearest, i need your help
from: silvian@speedy.com.ar

Good Day,

Forgive my indignation if this message comes to you as a surprise and may offend your personality for contacting you without your prior consent and writing through this channel.

I came across your name and contact on the course of my personal searching When i was searching for a foreign reliable partner. I assured of your capability and reliability After going true your profile

I’m (Miss. Gifty) from Benghazi libya, My father of blessed memory by name late General Abdel Fattah Younes who was shot death by Islamist-linked militia within the anti-Gaddafi forces on 28th July, 2011 and after two days later my mother with my two brothers was killed one early morning by the rebels as result of civil war that going on in my country Libya, then after the burial of my parents, my uncles conspired and sold my father’s properties and left nothing for me. On a faithful morning, I opened my father’s briefcase and discover a document which he has deposited ($6.250M USD) in a bank in Burkina Faso with my name as the legitimate/next of kin.

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.

I agreed to give you 40% of the 6.250M once the transfer is done. this is my true life story, I will be glad to receive your respond soonest for more details to enable us start and champion the transfer less than 14 bank working days as told me by the bank manager.

Waiting for your early reply

reply To giftyyounes@gmail.com

yours sincerely
Miss. Gifty Younes

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The wife of Mrs. Aisha Buhari (scam alert)

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The message below, which was sent randomly to thousands of people around the world, claims to be from the wife of the President Of Nigeria. But really, would the wife of the President of Nigeria be sending a personal message to you? Of course not. This message actually comes from a scammer who is trying to pick your pocket. (Read more about how African “419” scams like this one work.)

reply-to: offc.president@darkmark.com
date: Mon, 02 Nov
subject: ATTN.SIR /MA YOUR FUND TRANSFER TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
from: “The wife of Mrs. Aisha Buhari,” materialesciudad@speedy.com.ar

Attn.Sir /Ma,

Listen carefully, I am Mrs. Aisha Buhari the wife of the President Federal Republic of Nigeria, My husband came back yesterday with 100s of files belonging to contractors and beneficiaries, when I look into the files I found out that it belongs to beneficiaries that have not been paid by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

After going through all the files very well, I asked to many questions concerning this but I receive no answer, among all the files your file is the only one which I found out that has all the required documents needed by the Central Bank of Nigeria and other related banks to make a swift transfer of your fund direct into your account and I asked my husband why you have not received your payment, he gave me no reasonable answer to that, he only blame former officials of government and banks for their inability to do their work perfectly that was why I picked interest in you and I decided to write to you.

I will help you if only you can comply and follow my advice, your payment file is right now in our house not in the office of the presidency or central bank of Nigeria or ay other bank, so if any body is writing to you from any bank or any financial firm here in Nigeria or abroad, my dear consider the person and email fake and fraud.

As soon as I hear from you, I will advise you on what to do and how to do it so that your fund will be released and confirm into your account in less than one week.

Remember that this is confidential because if my husband knows that i wrote to you concerning your payment file, it will bring problem for me and he may believe that I am interested in your file only and he can cancel your payment indefinitely.

But I promise to give you the best advice that will help you to receive your fund in less than one week as soon as I receive your prompt email.

I am waiting for your urgent reply.

Remain blessed,

The wife of Mrs. Aisha Buhari,
Official Emai; offc.president@darkmark.com
Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Godwin Emefiele, Central Bank of Nigeria (scam)

This is a classic example of a Nigerian email scam — a so-called “4-1-9” scam. (Read more about Nigerian 4-1-9 email scams.) The scammer says there is a bank card ready to be delivered to you, and it will have a fortune charged up on it! Unfortunately, if you make the mistake of replying, you’ll find you have to send “transit fees” or “bank taxes” before your card can be released, and then if you make the bigger mistake of paying, the scammer will disappear with your money, never to be heard from again.

Reply-To: cbnpaymentdata@gmail.com
From: “Mr. Godwin Emefiele.”rodolfopella@velocom.com.ar
Subject: SUBJECT: Immediate Release of Your FUND Via ATM CARD
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2015

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Zaria Street, Off Samuel Akintola Street,
Garki 11, Garki-Abuja.

Our Ref: FGN/CBN/NIG/06/2015.
Your Ref………………………….

From The Desk Of
Mr. Godwin Emefiele.
Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
SUBJECT: Immediate Release of Your FUND Via ATM CARD

Dear Friend,

I wish to use this medium to inform you that your CONTRACT/INHERITANCE Payment of USD$10,000,000.00 (Ten Million United States Dollars) from CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA have been RELEASED and APPROVED for onward transfer to you via an ATM CARD which you will use to withdraw all the USD$10,000,000.00 in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world, but the maximum you can withdraw in a day is USD$10,000.00 Only

We have mandated IBTC CHARTERED BANK PLC, to send you the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER which you will use to withdraw all your USD$10 Million Dollars in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world, but the maximum you can withdraw in a day is USD$10,000.00 Only.

You are therefore advice to contact the Head of ATM CARD Department of IBTC CHARTERED BANK PLC;

Contact Person: Mr. Joseph Obi,
Office email address: ibtc.chartedpaymentcard@gmail.com

Tell Mr. Joseph Obi, that you received a message from the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA. Instructing him to send you the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER which you will use to withdraw your USD$10 Million Dollars in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world, also send him your direct phone number and contact address where you want him to send the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER to you.

We are very sorry for the plight you have gone through in the past years. Thanks for adhering to this instruction and once again accept our congratulations.

Best Regards.

Mr. Godwin Emefiele.
Executive Governor,
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

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Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala (scam alert)

This message is a classic Nigerian scam message with all the trimmings. “Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala” says he knows you have been scammed before, and now the Nigerian government is going to set everything right. There is an ATM card waiting for you and all ready to be delivered — you will get the fortune you deserve very shortly.

Alas, there really is no fortune and no ATM card, and “Dr. Iweala” is just another scammer trying to trick even more people out of their money. Share this scam alert with your friends on Facebook and Twitter and help them avoid the trap!

Reply-To: ngoziokonjoiweala2006@yahoo.it
From: “Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala” secretariagabinete@cubatao.sp.gov.br
Subject: NOTIFICATION OF YOUR PAYMENT VIA ATM CARD 2015 S20.
Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2015

Dear Sir/Madam,

NOTIFICATION OF YOUR PAYMENT VIA ATM CARD 2015.

This is to officially inform you that we have verified your contract file presently on my desk, and I found out that you have not received your payment due to your lack of co-operation and not fulfilling the obligations giving to you in respect to your contract payment.Secondly, you are hereby advised to stop dealing with some non-officials in the bank as this is an illegal act and will have to stop if you so wish to receive your payment immediately.

After the Board of director’s meeting held in Abuja in conjunction with United Nations and G8 countries, we have resolved in finding a solution to your problem. We have arranged your payment through our SWIFT CARD PAYMENT With Central Bank Of Nigeria, this is part of the mandate passed by the Senate in respect to overseas contract payment and debt re-scheduling. And also the Nigerian Government is using this means to reward all the citizens of the United states and all part of Europe including Asia, Australia, South America, Canada, Antarctica e.t.c and all those who have lost their funds in either scam, or an uncompleted business, or otherwise, You should know that if you are interested to receive your ATM card which will be credited with $5,000,000.00 united states dollars before it is being sent to you direct to your doorstep through the FedEx courier service, you will have to respond to me with your full information’s, After your response you will be directed to the FedEx shipping courier representative

He will send you your ATM CARD which you will use to withdraw your money via ATM MACHINE in any part of the world, and the maximum daily limit is Fifteen Thousand United States dollars ($15,000.00) only. And also note that the Nigerian Government has taken care of the shipping fee of your ATM card, so if Mr. Edward is requesting for another shipping fee, you will have to report him to me immediately. As soon as your ATM card is dispatched i will immediately send your withdrawal pin code to you because your Atm Card has already been activated.

If you like to receive your fund this way, kindly contact me with the following information’s below.

(1) Your Full Name
(2) Full residential address
(3) Phone and Fax Number
(4) Occupation.
(5) Personal Identification. Driver’s license or International Passport.
(6) Age
(7) Marital Status
(8) Sex

This message is supported by the Nigerian Government. Note that you might receive this message in your inbox or spam or junk folder depends on your web host or server network.

Thanks for your co-operation.

Respectively

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala
Minister, Federal Ministry of Finance

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Mr. Tim Roller, Fund Release (scam alert)

This “mystery scam” message will probably trick many people this week (and you can be sure it was sent to tens of thousands of people around the world — if you got a copy, you weren’t singled out). Did you know there was three million dollars waiting to be delivered to you? Probably not, because in reality (sad to say) there isn’t. There is only a scammer using the name “Tim Roller” who is trying to pick your pocket.

reply-to: timroller62@gmail.com
date: Thu, 17 Sep 15
from: giorgisycia@speedy.com.ar
subject: Fund Release Order Notice!

Your total fund of Three Million six Hundred Thousand U.S.D need to be deliver through check and your details are needed. Forward your receiving information to Mr. Tim Roller, E-mail: timroller62@gmail.com or Call: +229 68006989 for the processing of the Fiduciary. Director George

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John Marcinek, IMF (scam warning)

This is a classic example of an African “419” scam message, claiming to have a fortune ready for delivery to you. (Read more about African email scams.) Alas, there really is no fortune, no payment waiting, and no “IMF Coordinator” — there’s just a scammer trying to get you on the hook so he can eventually pick your pocket.

reply-to: a_mrsingabritt@yahoo.ca
date: Mon, 14 Sep 15
subject: Please Pay Urgent Attention
from: herreriaalfa@speedy.com.ar

Attention: Honorable Beneficiary,

The International Monetary Funds, IMF has authorized my Office to settle all the Foreign Debts owed by the Benin Republic Government.The IMF Foreign Policy and Currency Regulation offered loan of $23 billion to Benin Republic Government based on the Agreement $2 billion was mapped out for the Foreign Debts and your name was among those Beneficiaries to be paid through my Office.

Based on these all the money you have had spent in the course of getting this money in the past must be included as no money will be lost. Therefore, you are directed to state categorically the total amount you had spent before and forward it to my Office now before the total payment will be made on your behalf.

Your payment this time will be taken place immediately and under 72 Hours the payment of $15m was approved on your behalf and will be transferred to you immediately. You are requested to reply with your full information such as:

Your Names
Your Address
Your Phone
Your personal

Contact Phone;+2348022352997

Kindly reply now.

Yours,
John Marcinek
IMF COORDINATOR AFRICA
LAGOS / NIGERIA

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