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Tapeli Anayejiita Mtoto Wa Arap Moi (Scam)

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by X-PASTER, Oct 15, 2008.

  1. X-PASTER

    X-PASTER Moderator

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    Waungwa leo nimepata scam email kutoka kwa huyu jamaa, anajiita Gedion Arap Moi. Soma maelezo ya barua yake hapa chini. Kisha naomba maoni yenu. e-mail yake ni: gidarapmoi@aol.com

    Hello,

    I am Gideon Arap Moi, the son of The former president of Kenya Mr Daniel Arap
    Moi. I came to know you in the course of my search for a reliable And GOD
    fearing partner, and I decided to contact you Because I believe you are a
    reputable person and I feel You can help me and my mother over this confidential matter. I count on your integrity and
    honesty to be able to handle this Business. My father, Mr Arap Moi, was the former president of Kenya ,In East
    Africa, During his reign as the president , he had so many Monetary dealing with a lot of European companies in my country And out side my
    country, and he uses these companies as a means of transferring funds to foreign accounts in Europe ,America and Asia., all
    these funds where gotten from the sales of Gold and Diamonds, Amongst the companies he registered was GOLDENBERG COMPANY,Which he uses as
    front for funds deposit, he made a transfer of $76,000,000. (seventy six million American Dollars) to this company which never existed, the
    said company has since been declared bankruptcy and liquidate, and the said funds has been deposited with a security company in Europe where it is
    kept from for safekeeping.

    For more information you can click on this website:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/3338023.stm


    And as the only child of my mother who is the 6th wife to my father the
    president, he has given to us as our own share, which is this funds that is with
    the security company in Europe. The money is kept in trunk boxes and was
    registered as prec ious substances, thus there is nobody that knows that it is
    money that is in the box. All the documents with which the money was deposited
    is with us (my mother and I) I am looking for somebody that is capable and
    willing to travel to any part of Europe to receive the two trunk boxes of money
    on behalf of my mother and I from the security company.

    We need a trust worthy and experience person that will help us to invest this
    money in your country and take us as one family and will also buy A house for us
    over there where we can live safely.



    Thanks for your anticipated co-operation , please include your Telephone number
    and fax number in your reply.

    Best Regards

    Gideon Arap Moi
     
  2. Shy

    Shy JF-Expert Member

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    pia kuna charles nyerere
     
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    Yassin JF-Expert Member

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    Kuwa makini sana na hao jamaa yaani usiwajibu kabisa sisi huku tunatumiwa sana hao mascam kutoka Nigeria na mengine kutoka Ghana so inabidi kuwa makini sana na hao jamaa maana hawafai kabisa,Mimi zaidi huwa siwajibu kabisa kama nikiwa sina time huwa nina ignore kama nina time huwa nawatukana tu basi na huwa hawajibu kabisa so kuwa makini sana usiwape chance kabisa kuwajibu nadhani ni hilo tu
     
  4. Kitia

    Kitia JF-Expert Member

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    Ukipata mail kama hiyo, iweke mara moja kwenyr trash au report scan. Vile vile ukiambiwa umeshinda lotto, kaa chonjo, jamaa wanataka kukukamua. Utashindaje lotto ambayo hujaicheza?
     
  5. Nkamangi

    Nkamangi JF-Expert Member

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    These Naijas need to come up with something new
     
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  7. Shy

    Shy JF-Expert Member

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    So you have been scammed. Before doing anything, read these facts:

    1) First and foremost, scam prevention is more important and effective than "recovery from a scam". I know you hate this "who-doesn't-know" statement. But sometimes what people need is a reminder esp. when they panicked. (there goes our stars for this article)

    Once the money leaves your hand, you might never see your money again even after you have complaint to the whole world, including the police. Nobody can play GOD to guarantee and recover your money from Con-Artists who hide their tracks perfectly.

    We are not saying that your money is gone for good, Con-Artists are hard to catch if you are unable to trace them, at all. As in CSI, the police can catch criminals if they are able to find evidence, finger prints and traces, but there are criminals that have never been caught due to lack of these. Even when there are evidence and knowledge of who-done-it, some criminals cannot be caught because they keep changing location, country or even their identity.

    What do you think most Anti-Scam websites are setup to do? Can anyone really help you recover your money should you get scammed?

    Anti-scam sites such as ours can only help you PREVENT against scam. If there is any guide/websites claiming that they can help you after the scam, that is fantastic because they probably know the scammer or have free money to engage private investigator on your behalf to recover your money. Does that make sense? Anti-scam requires commonsense most of the time, and the same applies here.

    2) Most anti-scam or anti-fraud organisations can probably help when the scam involves a registered company or a person whom you can trace because they used real identity. An example is those stupid scammer in the car scam, who uses their real identity and scam people (see our News page)

    If these organization can solve the problem, I would prefer to deal with the police directly because there is evidence of the scam. We don't need anymore 3rd party to catch a thief.

    If you cannot trace back to the scammer, nobody else can unless in very exceptional cases. Exceptional cases is, e.g. when the FBI steps in to trace email and server logs, commonly used to catch the hackers.

    3) When you report to those anti-scam or anti-fraud organization, the following actions can be taken:

    a) Inform the police about such scams if identity of scammer is known or can be traced easily.
    b) Publish the scam on websites.

    What? You expect them to catch the thief for you? Do they offer free private investigators, police or InterPol?

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    I have been scammed! What should I do?

    It depends on what you have lost, and whom you have lost to.

    1) You have lost Cash to Overseas Scammers.
    Thisis the worst case. You can
    - Call the police
    - Submit reports to the organisations in our "Related Links" page.
    - Submit your reports to all the official anti-scam organisations and hundreds of scam-reporting websites (including hotscams.com).

    But your chances of recovering the lost money is very, very slim.

    2) You have lost Cash to Local Scammers.
    One way of fishing scammers is, instead of crying foul, is to pretend that you are still in the dark while contacting the police. Keep the scammers talking or in contact with you, and let them know that there is "more money" coming from you. One of the best way is to meet up with them and let the police know when and location. This may help to nab the thief on the spot.

    Such a method may help against overseas scammer, but you are at the mercy of the police in their country.

    If the scammers hit-and-run and you cannot trace back to the scammer (i.e. do not have their identity) because the transaction is in cash, you do not have their address, contacts, etc - your case is only slightly better than the dealing with the Overseas Scammers. Your best bet is to contact the police and try to describe the person and provide as much clue as possible.

    Success depends on the alibi/evidence available, just like catching any other crooks. Why? It all boils down to how much information the scammer or criminal has left behind for anyone to trace.

    And ofcourse, you can still submit reports to us and dozens of top anti-scam sites.

    (3) You have lost Critical Personal Information to Scammers.

    Beware of identity theft. The first thing to do is NOT to contact us or any anti-scam website.

    Choose the following:
    a) Spend hours writing long stories complaining to police, and anti-scam sites.
    b) Use the time to contact the bank/institution to quickly block off possible access by the scammer.

    It is just like losing your credit card on the street, which follow-up would you pick?

    Your best defense lies in your assets where those personal information can be used to access. This includes your financial institution, banks. Call them up immediately and let them know that you have lost critical personal information to some scammers.

    If you have lost your login information in a phishing site, or if your email account is hacked, you may need to quickly change the login information and official email address used for your sites, such as Paypal (which is based on email), and other membership sites which has "financial value".

    Note that in this case, you have not really lost anything yet (but about to). So it does not matter if the scammer is local of overseas. Remember that once you have lost your money, your situation is back to either para 1(overseas) or 2(local).
     
  8. Nyaralego

    Nyaralego JF-Expert Member

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    Smells like 419 to me. Be careful those 419ners are slick...
     
  9. Pdidy

    Pdidy JF-Expert Member

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    mnanikumbusha kale kamchezo kachafu cha kina mama rupia kanaitwaje vile????

    ............ hata bongo wapo hao kaka tuamke jamani...ile kesi mahakamani sijui '

    imeishia wapi ukiwakuta wake wa vigogo watupu!!!!
     
  10. X-PASTER

    X-PASTER Moderator

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    Unaweza kutukumbusha japo kidogo hako ka mchezo uliko kataja?
     
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