Occurred: 2017-05-25; Posted: 2017-05-25

Yahoo Terrors and Advance Fee Fraud
DR. ANTHONY EMMANUEL, who does not know that after a period you need to add a space, thinks that by writing Dr with his name, he will be considered as a credible person. But he is asking you to be a part of a shoddy deal, where his patient has died and he wants your to be a party to stealing the money from the deceased.

It seems that some people have received similar emails for an "advance fee fraud" from dr.anthony_emmanuel@yahoo.fr and emmanuelanthony012@terra.com.pe

Originating IP address : 154.66.162.179 is from Burkina Faso

GRIEVANCES
Spam Messaging
Illegal Acts
Marketing Lies

RESPONSE/ MESSAGE FROM DR ANTHONY EMMANUEL
Dear how are you,
First I got your contact from yahoo Terrors search, when am searching for a foreigner, please I don’t now if you can keep secret? A word of your own as a human-being? As I have gone through your profile. Well I have a deal worth 5.5m$ from the dormant account in the bank where I am working. However the fund belong to one Mr J. korovo he die in years ago along with his family l will like you to stand as the next of kin to my late client Please if you can keep secret, I will give you more details and the nest thing to do,
Also all the documents that will back you up must send to you. Meanwhile before I contact you I have done every underground work through the documents of the deceases person, I have put or attachment his file to our favor. Also with my position every thing works successfully.

Contact me for more details please if you really want to know about this business also want to get more details please contact me through this my alternative email for more detail copy this address emmanueldranthony29@gmail.com, I will send you my ID also my working Id and my family picture For you to know who your dealing with. Contact me back with

Your Full Name,
Phone No….,
Receiver Country..,
Occupation..,

PLEASE IF REALLY YOUR NEED MORE DETAILS CONTACT ME VIEW MY ALTERNATIVE FOR SECURITY REASONS. ALSO MY PHONE NUMBER AS FOLLOW.
emmanueldranthony29@gmail.com,

thanks for your understand please contact me base if you can control this fund once it transfer into your account before my family and I will arriver in your country for the sharing, 40% for you. 10% for the poorest, rest is for me.
Give me your Phone number Let me call you so that we can talk one and one…………

Yours faithfully,

From DR.ANTHONY EMMANUEL.

MORE INFO ABOUT THE SOURCE
Website:
Email:pmamadu@aol.fr
Reference:

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