Anonymous vs James Ochei
Occurred: 2018-09-13; Posted: 2018-09-13

Indulgence in re-profiling funds
The perpetrators of Advance Fee Fraud (AFF), known internationally as “4-1-9” fraud after the section of the Nigerian penal code which addresses fraud schemes, are often very creative and innovative. A large number of victims are enticed into believing they have been singled out from the masses to share in multi-million dollar windfall profits for doing absolutely nothing.

Spam Messaging
Fraudulent Representation
Illegal Acts

To your kind attention,
My name is James Ochei, an Accountant Standard Chartered Accra, Ghana.
I write asking for your indulgence in re-profiling funds, which I want to
keep under your supervision.
I will be very glad if you do assist me to relocate this fund into
your personal or company bank account, this will be for the benefit of both of us.
More details will be given as soon as you indicate your interest.

Kindly reply with your contact telephone numbers.

Best regards,
James Ochei

Recently many individuals and businesses have been fascinated by the Advance Fee Fraud scam that originates from several countries in Africa and particularly from Nigerian, Liberians and Sierra Leonians. Some Ghanaians have also been involved. In order to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of this scam, please look over the following information:

     Agree (0 )     Comment (0)

Buba vs mr francis awua kyerematen
Occurred: 2017-10-07; Posted: 2017-10-07

inheritance from an unknown man
Today I have recived a mail from some Mr Francis awuayerematen who is allegedly a bank officer in Accra - Ghana representing the city Group, and he is informing me that a citizen from my country who has the same surname with me, had a fixed deposit with his bank in 2011 , valued at US 5,700,000.00 (Five Million,Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) and the the due date for this deposit contract was last 22nd of January 2017. Sadly that man, who had same surname like me died, and Francis is kindly offer me to divide this money 50%- 50%. This email was so funny for me to read, like who would even think that someone will go along with that story!

Spam Messaging
Fraudulent Representation

MESSAGE FROM mr francis awua kyerematen

When you get a email where somebody offers you free money delete it immediately.

     Agree (0 )     Comment (0)