Diese Mail bekam ich vor ein paar Tagen. Da wird gleich am Anfang der Mail gewarnt,
dass viele Betrugsmalis aus Nigeria und Afrika verschickt werden.
Aber gleichzeitig, wird ein Geldsummentranfer angeboten (transfer of $89,000,000.00)!
Das sei aber nun keine Lüge sondern ganz legal.
Wer also Interesse hat, mal nach Mittelamerika zu reisen,
kann die Gelegenheit nutzen, und bei einer Bank in Belize vorbei gehen.
Um sich dort nach dem Geld zu erkundigen:
Central Bank of Senegal’s Payment Center in Belize
“The Belize Bank”
Was aber nun ein Auszahlungszentrum der Bank of Senegal, in Belize "zu suchen hat", wird wohl ein ewiges Bankgeheimnis bleiben .
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Have you ever received email from any person in Nigeria or Africa as a
whole? Please be careful because some of them are fake and some are
real and true.A friend of mine was duped $800,000 by a Nigerian and
another $9,780 but do you know what happened, at the end of the day, he (the
lady that was duped $800,000) got a link that took her to the main
director of the bank that finally Processed the transfer of $89,000,000.00
($89M) which finally went through to her Account.
In this case, I have read so many articles on the Internet and news
Papers here in London that says “Do not do business with Nigerians” and I
have found out that most of the postings on internet were sent in by
the Nigerian government and the Organization of African Unity (OAU) to
discourage us from dealing with Africans because they know monies are
being moved out of their Nation every day.
The money business is real from Africa but when you go the wrong way,
you fall a victim. Check this links:
When is a man/woman scammed??
Someone is scammed not because the Africans want to steal your money,
It is when they have tried and could not get the right channel to move
the money and they abandon it half way. Once it is abandoned because of
lack of good contact that can assist in moving the funds, the party in
the oversea will believe he or she has been scammed and the African
will run away because of the fears of being held responsible to pay back
the money he did not use.
The monies are really paid to the government to obtain some
documentation but at the end of it all, the government may decide the cancel the
payment meaning that the whole money paid is gone.
What is the meaning of this message??
I am sending this message to because I was able to find myself in such
condition where I have paid up to $68,900 and have confirmed my money
with the bank “name withheld” the total amount I am to be paid is $152M
and my partner is from Senegal in west Africa though he has died few
months ago because he suffered a heart attack.
I thought all these were games to extort money from me until when my
lady friend received her $89M and disappeared into tin air for the fears
of being noticed. I have called her numbers and have discovered that
all her numbers have changed because I wanted her to assist me complete
I once traveled to Senegal and went directly to the Central Bank of
Senegal where I confirmed everything though a tax was imposed on the
payment which was to be made before the transfer is effected “here is
another thing that scares people away “Upfront Payment” and I had no such
money to pay the tax so my lawyer worked it all out and the money was
carefully moved to the Central Bank of Senegal’s Payment Center in Belize
“The Belize Bank”
I am under pressure raising $398,000 for the tax to be paid to the
Belize Bank direct to their Bank account hence I have received a
confirmable “Term Deposit” indicating that the funds are actually there in my
name and I have taken the document to my bank which confirmed it.
I have been offered a loan of $98,000 by my bank, which is the maximum
I can take as a civil servant and I am now looking for someone that can
work with me to get this completed and we will share the money for 70
to me and 30% for you.
I will be glad if we can meet in Belize where the bank is for a face to
face talk and have the funds transferred in our own presence.
If you are interested, please get back to me with your account details
where we shall redirect the funds immediately from the Bank in Belize
where the funds are sitting in my name.
Email me back only if you can handle this.
A copy of my passport will be sent to you. I am from Macedonian living
Please please mail me back using: email@example.com
Mr. Janevski Zivko
Please mail me back using: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regards yours, Karolina