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The "Mr. Eboue Azima" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

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The "Mr. Eboue Azima" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

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The fake "Mr. Eboue Azima" email below is a scam. Recipients are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money or personal information. An advance-fee scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.

A "Mr. Eboue Azima" Advance-Fee Scam

VERY VERY URGENT,

Mr Eboue Azima <mis.fatisbasham2001@gmail.com>

Tue 2/19/2019 6:41 AM

FROM Mr.Aboue Azima

AUDIT& ACCOUNT MANAGER

BANK OF AFRICA (B.O.A)

OUAGADOUGOU BURKINA FASO

WEST AFRICA.

Dear Friend,

With due respect, I have decided to contact you on a businesstransaction that will be beneficial to both of us. At the bank last account and auditing evaluation, my staffs came across an old account which was being maintained by a foreign client who we learn was among the deceased passengers of motor accident on November.2003, the deceased was unable to run this account since his death. The account has remained dormant without the knowledge of his family since it was put in a safe deposit account in the bank for future investment by the client.

Since his demise, even the members of his family haven't applied for claims over this fund and it has been in the safe deposit account until I discovered that it cannot be claimed since our client is aforeign national and we are sure that he has no next of kin here to file claims over the money. As the director of the department, this discovery was brought to my office so as to decide what is to be done.I decided to seek ways through which to transfer this money out of the bank and out of the country too.

The total amount in the account is 18.6 million with my positions as staffs of the bank, I am handicapped because I cannot operate foreign accounts and cannot lay bonafide claim over this money. The client was a foreign national and you will only be asked to act as his next of kin and I will supply you with all the necessary information and bank data to assist you in being able to transfer this money to any bank of your choice where this money could be transferred into.The total sum will be shared as follows: 50% for me, 50% for you and expenses incidental occur during the transfer will be incur by both of us.

The transfer is risk free on both sides hence you are going to follow my instruction till the fund transfer to your account. Since I work in this bank that is why you should be confident in the success of this

transaction because you will be updated with information as at when desired.

I will wish you to keep this transaction secret and confidential as I am hoping to retire with my share of this money at the end of transaction which will be when this money is safety in your account. I will then come over to your country for sharing according to the previously agreed percentages. You might even have to advise me on possibilities of investment in your country or elsewhere of our choice. May God help you to help me to a restive retirement, Amen,And You have to contact me through my private e-mail at

(mr.aboueazima@aol.com)Please for further information and inquires feel free to contact me back immediately for more explanation and better understanding I want you to assure me your capability of

handling this project with trust by providing me your following information details such as:

(1)NAME

(2)AGE:

(3)SEX:

(4)PHONE NUMBER:

(5)OCCUPATION:

(6)YOUR COUNTRY:

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Eboue Azima

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The "Mr. Eboue Azima" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers