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Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Mlachake, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. Mlachake

    Mlachake JF-Expert Member

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    Dear Customer.
    In respect to this email, we have been awaiting for you to contact us for the delivery of your Bank Draft of $800, 000,USD . (Eight Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) , The parcel was deposited on the 17th of August 2010 at about 13:15pm.
    He has already paid for the insurance fee and the delivery charges.. But he did not pay for the security keeping fee due to the fact that we did not know when you will be contacting us via mail to inform us that we have your Bank Draft , so we advised him not to pay for the security keeping fee of Our Courier Company so far but we informed him to contact you on time so you will not have to pay more than £267 GBP on demurrage and we do not operate COD on a charge like this.
    All you need to do right now to get your Bank Draft delivered to your door step is to go ahead and pay the security keeping fee of the Courier Company so far. The fee is £267.00 GBP only; you are to come up with this fee as to process the delivery of your package.
    We assure you that your parcel will arrive your country within 3 days as soon as this company receive your full residential address and the balance left by you and the tracking number of your parcel will be sent to you via e-mail immediately so that you can track it yourself to see whether we are competent in the discharge of our duties. FedEx courier Service Company do hereby inform all their customers to be at alert especially with allsorts of scam mails that might be coming to you Globally. Be careful with their e-mails so that your parcel will not be in danger with their evil planes.

    Meanwhile remember that the sender of this parcel still owes this company the sum of £267 GBP before the incident occlude. you Know that we have spent some money in the process by recovering back your parcel. We once again appreciate your patronage. Without hesitation you are to pay for just the balance left by your sender via western union money transfer so that your parcel can be delivered to your residential address before it attracts demurrage. Your parcel is not just an ordinary parcel but with a huge amount and I think you understand what I mean by accumulating a demurrage? Which you will not allow to happen to the recovery parcel that almost gone if not for the love that the good God has for you. I urge you to make hay while the sun shines.
    Payment should be made via western union money transfer only for security purpose, payment details are listed below.
    MODE OF PAYMENT [​IMG]
    WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER:

    Receiver Name: Thomas Morre
    Receiver Country---- United Kingdom
    Amount To Be Sent: £267.GBP Only.
    Text Question To Be Used:
    Text Answer To Be Used:


    (1). Name of Sender ____
    (2). Address of Sender ______
    (3). Phone number ______
    (4). Test Question? and Answer?
    (5). Control number _______
    (6). Amount Sent ______
    NB: As soon as we receive confirmation and evidence of your payment of the above charges, FEDEX COURIER SERVICE will dispatch your package immediately. The date and time of departure and expected date of delivery will be sent to you. It will take NOT MORE THAN 3 days to get your package delivered to you.
    You have to send down the (Money Transfer Ref Number) and your complete postal address. Reconfirm your full name, address, country and most important your phone number.

    Have a wonderful time. Please call me anytime you need any assistance.
    REGARDS,
    Mr Thomas More,
    Dispatch Director,
    TEL : :+4470 2409 6595
    FAX : +44 7 07 505 5654
    Office Hours Monday To Saturday
    [IMG]http://images.fedex.com/images/drc/productPlanning.jpg[/IMG]

     
  2. Mlachake

    Mlachake JF-Expert Member

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    somebody wants to deliver a parcel to me and at the same time asking for my name. so silly
     
  3. RedDevil

    RedDevil JF-Expert Member

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    Mwizi huyo! hakuna haja hata kumsikiliza. Kuna watu wapenda vya dezo wanakamatwa kila siku.
     
  4. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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  5. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    What To Do If You Receive A Nigerian Scam/419 Letter

    [All information in the What To Do and the Additional Country Specific Reporting sections of this site is kept as current as possible. The most recent update of these sections of the site was done in SEP 2009] 1. DO NOT RESPOND TO THE 419 SOLICITATION.
    2. Notify your Own Nation's National Law Enforcement Agency and your Own Nation's Foreign Office.
    3. File a Complaint with the Nigerian Embassy or High Commission in your nation. It used to be possible to email complaints and 419 materials in to the Central Bank of Nigeria and to the Nigeria Police, but those email addresses have not worked for some time.
    4. For Loss cases only, you may file a complaint with the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Their website is at http://www.efccnigeria.org/ You may also file complaints with the Central Bank of Nigeria Anticorruption Unit at anticorruptionunit@cenbank.org and should do so especially if CBN is mentioned in the 419 materials.
    5. If the contact from the 419ers was via email: write their email provider at their "abuse" address (abuse@yahoo.com, abuse@onebox.com etc.) and include the 419er message with its headers; complain about the 419 message; and ask that the account be shut down. You may also file complaints with watchdog type sevices like Spamcop to try and get the 419ers email accounts shut off by whatever ISP they are using - Spamcop and other services like it will parse the headers of the 419 email and try to see through forged information etc. to get back to the actual origin of the 419 email, which is often useful in these matters.
    Please remember that it is important to include the message's full header information. This is necessary for tracking the message's point of origin. This extra information is not shown by default, and the method of displaying it depends on the email resource you use. If you don't know how to display full headers, please see the instructions in your mail program or website. (Note: Many webpage-based email hosts include a "full headers" option link near the top of the message.)
    Some 419ers give different email addies in the body of their mail than the one they sent from. You should complain to "abuse" etc. at those email providers as well.
     
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