Remember, the Supreme Court of Benin will never request personal information via an email message and do not send money randomly to people around the world. Also, once you are asked to send personal information or money in order to receive a lottery prize, inheritance, donation or free money, it is a scam.
A Sample of the "Supreme Court of Benin" Scam
From: SUPREME COURT OF BENIN <email@example.com>
Date: 8 August 2017 at 20:23:23 BST
Good day dear,this is Mr John Morris the chief justice of supreme court of Benin due republic, to make it short I want to inform you that this department and president of this country both the administration trust fund and IMF we had a meeting last 5 days ago about your fund which is here in my office therefore we have concluded that your fund will be cancel since you are unable to pay the transfer charge but I pleaded on your behalf to contact you first and know if you still want your fund or not before they can go ahead and cancel it and this will be the last time I will update you about this again,so kindly contact the MANAGER OF UNITED BANK OF AFRICA with your full information such as.Your Name, Your Address,ID CARD COPY and Your phone
UNITED BANK OF AFRICA
Contact Person:Mr.TONY William
The only fee you have to pay is their transfer charge only.SO Please contact the UBA bank and ask them how much the transfer charge is so that you can pay it.and the bank will transfer of your fund into your bank account immediately,be advised that you stop communication with any correspondence outside this office.