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Beware of Fake Prophet TB Joshua Ministries Email Messages

Online users, beware of fake Prophet TB Joshua Ministries email messages like the one below, which have been created by scammers to trick potential victims into sending them their personal information. Once scammers have received their potential victims' information, they will either sell it to other scammers, use it for identity theft, or contact their potential victims in an attempt to scam them. Therefore, recipients of unsolicited email messages which appear as if they came from TB Joshua Ministries requesting personal information, should delete them and never follow the instructions in them. Online users who have already sent their information, should report it to the police. This is because the scammers may steal their identities.
Beware of Fake Prophet TB Joshua Ministries Email Messages
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Beware of Fake Prophet TB Joshua Ministries Email Messages


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Beware of Fake Prophet TB Joshua Ministries Email Messages

Online users, beware of fake Prophet TB Joshua Ministries email messages like the one below, which have been created by scammers to trick potential victims into sending them their personal information. Once scammers have received their potential victims' information, they will either sell it to other scammers, use it for identity theft, or contact their potential victims in an attempt to scam them. Therefore, recipients of unsolicited email messages which appear as if they came from TB Joshua Ministries requesting personal information, should delete them and never follow the instructions in them. Online users who have already sent their information, should report it to the police. This is because the scammers may steal their identities.

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T. B. Joshua (Temitope Balogun Joshua) is a Nigerian prophet and televangelist. He is the leader and founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), a religious organisation that runs the Emmanuel TV television station from Lagos, Nigeria.

One of the Fake Prophet TB Joshua Email Messages

Hello,

Glory be to God, I'm really happy to have your reply regarding on how to assist us to secure a land and build Synagogue church of all nations in the land of India like I told you, may the almighty God be glorified in Jesus name, for bring out someone like you for us a Christian who also runs a ministry I elieve that it’s really the power of God.

But, before we can proceed, I will like you to make a search and suggest a city where we can purchase this land, as you know that the church will have to be in a developed city where it can be accessible to all worshipers across India, as soon as I read from you we pray over it, and we will make arrangement on how to bring the money to India for the land purchasing and the immediate commencement of the church building project and Bible college, old people’s home and other facilities for humanitarian services and expansion of the gospel of our lord.

As soon as I hear from you, I will be having meeting with my pastors and you will be updated, as I was trusting and believing that you will handle this project very well, when the money and anointing oil and water arrives in India without any problem as you know these is the work of god, but we will make provision of some percentage for you, as we proceed in the church building.

I NEED THIS REQUIRED PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM YOU

Your full name…………., Contact address…………….., Your Country……...

Your private phone number…………….., Date of birth…………….., Marital status……………..

And a scan copy of your id card or any of your photo

Kindly get back to me with the required information immediately you receive this mail so that we can proceed with no delay.

Thanks,
Prophet TB Joshua.

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