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"Dr. Martins OBrien Lottery or Inheritance" Advance-fee Scam Created by Scammers

The fake "Dr. Martins O'Brien Lottery or Inheritance" email below is an advance-fee scam being sent by online criminals who are impersonating the doctor's name. This 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.

Dr. Martins OBrien Lottery or Inheritance Advance-fee Scam Created by Scammers
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The "Dr. Martins O'Brien Lottery or Inheritance" Scam

From: Intl. Wire Transfer/Telex Department <dina@inhand.tv>

Date: Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 9:07 AM

Subject: Know About Your Fund Today

Hello,

I write to inform you that I can enforce the release of this your unsettled Contract/Lottery/Inheritance claims but I know you will find it extremely difficult to believe me due to what you have already gone through in terms of disappointments, unfulfilled promises and wasted years on this transaction. I want to tell you that in this era of information technology, it is very simple to retrieve your funds and have it credited into your account just by using a simple computer that is connected to the Internet. I am an Australian by birth but a citizen by nigeria, Which means my father and mother where Australian but i was given birth here in nigeria and i have been here all my life, And also i am white in colour.

All your struggles of the past were not really necessary but you had to go through them out of ignorance of what is really in vogue. If you can have faith in me, I will contact you again with my full plans on how to retrieve these funds from the Nigerian treasury. I do not want to talk much here like the yahoo criminal. I am a guru in Information Technology (IT) and I prefer going straight to the point and get immediate result.

Would you be interested in retrieving your contract inheritance funds without going through the rigors of endless government bureaucratic and make-believe bottlenecks?.I have designed an Open Financial Exchange (OFX),which is a Personal Financial Management (PFM)scaleable platform capable of instalmentally siphoning your funds out of the database of the Central Bank of Nigeria without any traces and risks whatsoever.

This is purely e-commerce and the OFX server would simply be acting as a Bridge between the CBN telex room and your receiving banking co-ordinate.. It would amaze you how easy your funds shall be retrieved, so get back to me if you want me to do this for you. Since I have built/designed the platform already. It is still ok if you don't need my help, but kindly let me know your position so that I do not waste my time waiting in vain.

I shall give you details of how this deal would be done, but in your response kindly let me know what I stand to gain from you by helping you actualize this payment. Contact me on (matinsbrien22@gmail.com).

Regards,

Dr. Martins O'Brien

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"Dr. Martins OBrien Lottery or Inheritance" Advance-fee Scam Created by Scammers