Dear Friend Nigerian Email Scam
Mar 11, 2013
The e-mail message below is another Nigerian scam. Please do not reply to this e-mail message with your personal information. The message has the subject ‘Dear Friend’ and claims that you will be sent 14.3 million dollars if you reply to the same e-mail message with your personal information.
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Please remember, if an offer is too good to be true and you need to send money in order to receive money, this is a clear indication that someone is trying to scam you.
Here is a copy of the ‘Dear Friend’ Nigerian scam email.
Bill & Exchange Manager.
Union Bank Plc Marina
My name is Mr. Ademola Seguin I am working with one of prime bank here in Nigeria; can you help me repatriate the sun of 14.3million dollars to your oversea account based on percentage? Please note: There is no risk involved.
(1) Can you handle this project?
(2) Can I give you this trust?
(3) What will be your commission?
Please provide below information if you can handle this project, I will be able to furnish you with the details in my next response.
Your Full Name:
It is very clear that the fund will be transfer into any foreign account you may provide in five banking working days.
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