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Oszust (scammer) pisze: "Przed śmiercią oboje narodzić się na nowo chrześcijańskich"

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Obok: fałszywy Money Order. — Typowy list od oszustów odwołujących się do uczciwości, wiary oraz religii — by uzyskać zaufanie łatwowiernych osób liczących na "łatwe" pieniądze. Jednak, zanim oszust pieniądze "wyśle" — najpierw zażąda wielu opłat.

 

 

 

Oszust (scammer) pisze: "Przed śmiercią oboje narodzić się na nowo chrześcijańskich"

 

 

Jest to typowy list od oszustów odwołujących się do uczciwości, wiary oraz religii jedynie po to — by uzyskać zaufanie łatwowiernych osób, w dodatku liczących na "łatwe" pieniądze.

Jednak, zanim oszust pieniądze nam "wyśle" — najpierw zażąda wielu różnych opłat np.: bankowych, na prawnika, na przesyłkę itp. itd. A potem zniknie!

 


 

From: cecile patteson —>> cecilepatteson@zipmail.com.br  —> SCAM —> OSZUSTWO
To: 
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2012 2:28 PM
Subject: Pozostanie błogosławiony w Panu.

Najdrożsi w Panu,
 
Jestem z wymienionych osób z Kuwejtu. Jestem żonaty i mam do pana Józefa Patteson. Którzy pracowali z Kuwejt ambasady w Wybrzeże Kości Słoniowej na dziewięć lat przed śmiercią w 2004 roku, byliśmy małżeństwem przez jedenaście lat bez dziecka. Zmarł po krótkiej chorobie, że trwał tylko cztery dni.
 
Przed śmiercią oboje narodzić się na nowo chrześcijańskich. Po jego śmierci postanowiłem nie ożenić lub uzyskać dziecka poza moim domu małżeńskich, które w Biblii jest przeciw. Kiedy mój mąż żyje on złożony sumę $ 2,5 mln (dwa miliony pięćset tysięcy USD. Dolarów) w banku tutaj w Abidżanie w koncie przejściowym.
 
Obecnie fundusz jest jeszcze z bankiem. Ostatnio, mój lekarz powiedział mi, że mam poważne choroby, która jest problemem raka. Ten, który mnie niepokoi najbardziej, to mój skok choroby. Znając mój stan postanowiłem oddanie tego funduszu do kościoła lub ! o sobę, która będzie korzystać z tych pieniędzy sposób będę polecić tutaj. Chcę kościoła, które będą korzystać z tego funduszu dla domów dziecka, wdowy, propagowanie słowa Bożego i starać, że dom Boży jest zachowana.
 
Biblia się nam zrozumieć, że błogosławiony jest ręka, która daje. Wziąłem tę decyzję, ponieważ nie mam dziecka, że ​​będzie dziedziczyć te pieniądze i moja rodzina męża nie są chrześcijanami i nie chcę, mój mąż wysiłki być wykorzystane przez niewierzących. Nie chcę sytuacji, gdy te pieniądze zostaną wykorzystane w sposób bezbożny. Dlatego jestem podjęcia takiej decyzji. Nie boję się śmierci, więc wiem, dokąd idę. Wiem, że mam zamiar być na łonie Pana. Exodus 14 vs 14 mówi, że Pan będzie walczył moim przypadku i trzymam mój pokój.
 
I nie potrzeba żadnego telefonu w tej kwestii z powodu mojego zdrowia stąd obecność mojego męża krewnych wokół mnie zawsze nie c! hc ę, żeby wiedzieli o tym rozwoju. Z Bogiem wszystkie rzeczy są możliwe. Jak tylko otrzymamy odpowiedź dam ci kontakt z banku tutaj w Abidżanie. Chcę, żebyś i Kościół zawsze modlić się za mnie, bo pan jest moim pasterzem. Moje szczęście jest to, że życie było godne chrześcijanina. Kto, że chce służyć Panu musi służyć Mu w duchu i prawdzie. Proszę zawsze modlitwą przez całe swoje życie.
 
Skontaktuj się ze mną na powyższy adres e-mail, aby uzyskać bardziej to, opóźnienie w odpowiedzi da mi pokój w zaopatrywaniu innego kościoła lub indywidualnych w tym samym celu. Proszę mnie zapewnić, że będą działać odpowiednio jak zawarte w niniejszym dokumencie. Nadzieję, że otrzymamy odpowiedź już wkrótce.
 
Pozostanie błogosławiony w Panu.
Wasz w Chrystusie,
Pani Cecile Patteson.

— Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo

 
Fake Money Order
 
 

 

Mass-Marketing Fraud: A Threat Assessment

International Mass-Marketing Fraud Working Group
June 2010

 

(...)

Financial losses, however, do not fully reflect all of the costs that mass-marketing fraud victims often bear. For some victims, the risks extend well beyond loss of personal savings or funds to includphysical risks, loss of their homes, depression, and even contemplated, attempted, or actual suicide:

  • Physical Risks: Although it is not widely recognized, some mass-marketing fraud victims find themselves subject to physical threats or risks stemming directly from their contact with theschemes. In recent years, law enforcement agencies have even documented several incidents in which mass-marketing fraud victims were induced to travel to various African countries, then kidnapped and held for ransom.20 In 2008, for example, a Japanese businessman who believed that he was placing money into an investment opportunity traveled to South Africa, where he was kidnapped and held for $5 million ransom. Ultimately, one South African national and six Nigerian nationals were arrested for the kidnapping.21
  • A 52-year-old woman in the United States lost more than $44,000 to an inheritancescheme operated out of the Netherlands. As a result of losing the $44,000, she was physically abused by her husband and eventually fled the home.

Loss of Home: Law enforcement and regulatory investigations have periodically found cases in which mass-marketing fraud victims either mortgage their homes to make payments to the fraud scheme or are forced to sell their homes to satisfy outstanding debts. Here are two examples, drawn from recent mass-marketing fraud investigations:

  • A 67-year-old man in the United States lost more than $570,000 to an inheritance scam. The man, who was college-educated and owned his own company, sent money to Belgium, Germany, the Ivory Coast, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom. In particular, he traveled to Amsterdam, where he was shown a trunk of money, was given a few bills which were good, and became convinced the funds were real. As a result of his losses, the man lost his life savings, his business, and his home, filed for bankruptcy, had to return to his native country to live with his relatives, and is being treated for depression.
  • A 76-year-old man in the United States lost $87,000 of his personal funds to an inheritancescheme. After depleting his savings account to pay the required advance “fees,” the man received “loans” in the form of counterfeit checks mailed from Canada to pay for additional nonexistent “fees.” The face amounts of the counterfeit checks totaled $482,466. After hedeposited the checks and remitted funds back to the fraudsters, his bank placed liens on his bank accounts and his residence. In the course of the scheme he sent money to Canada, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Ultimately the man lost his residence to foreclosure and he is now living on Social Security payments.

Depression: When mass-marketing fraud schemes cause substantial losses to victims, victims often have reported that they find the losseemotionally devastating. The stress and pain of victimization may manifest themselves as depression, withdrawal and isolation from family and friends, difficulty at work, and the deterioration of physical and mental health.Contemplated, Attempted, or Actual Suicide: For some time, law enforcement investigators have handled mass-marketing fraud cases in which at least one victim who had suffered devastating financial losses had committed or admitted having considered suicide. Although there is no systematic means of gathering such information from previous cases, an ongoingsurvey by the working group has been able to document at least 27 cases of mass-marketingfraud victims in various countries who had considered, attempted, or committed suicide sinceJanuary 1, 2006 as a result of their fraud losses. Here are a feexamples of those cases:

  • A 56-year-old woman who lived in the United States committed suicide in 2006 after becoming a victim of a lottery fraud scheme and sending the scheme more than $400,000. The woman, a college graduate, reportedly responded to an e-mail solicitation, then sent various wire transfers to individuals located in Amsterdam.
  • A husband and wife, both 65 years old, who live in the United Kingdom, have together lost more than $2.7 million dollars to an inheritance scam being operated out of China, thNetherlands, and Spain. The couple used their life savings, re-financed their home, and withdrew retirement funds to pay for the advance fees that the scheme charged. As a result of the losses, the wife has attempted suicide twice. Currently the couple is in theprocess of losing their home to foreclosure and both are being treated for depression.
  • A retirement-age man who lives in Australia lost more than $6.1 million to an investment scheme. The man, who had been a successful businessman before the fraud, eventually admitted to authorities that he could no longer walk to the bus stop in his neighborhood because each time he did so he felt a temptation to step in front of an oncoming bus.

Finally, mass-marketing fraud has a substantial impact on economies and markets by underminingconsumer trust and confidence in legitimate businesses. The Office of Fair Trading reports that “morethan half of [United Kingdom] scam victims admitted to having changed their purchasing and payment behavior, generally becoming more cautious or suspicious of any contact that could potentially beanother scam.”22 In contrast, less than a quarter of respondents who had been targeted but not defrauded by fraudulent solicitations claimed to have changed their behavior. Approximately 15 percent of all respondents indicated that they had reduced their online shopping. A small number of victims also claimed that they were more likely to limit their use of credit cards, dispose of unsolicited mail, and ignore cold callers and unsolicited offers.

The Global Scope of Mass-Marketing Fraud


Over time, mass-marketing fraud has developed into a global crime problem. Today, large-scalecriminal mass-marketing fraud operations are present in multiple countries in most regions of the world. Recent law enforcement investigations have exposed such schemes operating not only in multiplecountries in North America, Europe, and Africa, but in other countries and jurisdictions as diverse as Brazil, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, India, Israel, the Philippines, Thailand, and the United Arab Emirates.

(...)

From: http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/mass-marketing-fraud-threat-assessment

KOMENTARZE

  • Top 4 Money Scams — Najczęstsze oszustwa z fałszywymi czekami
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    Oszuści wysyłają fałszywe czeki bankowe, lub Money Orders i żądają zwrotu gotówki — jako przesyłki przez Western Union...

    Top 4 Money Scams

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1Cvsi6A7Ns&feature=related
  • Oszust zbiera zaliczki dla banku mającego później "wypłacać więcej" [sic!]
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    Fantazja oszustów jest duża. Tutaj nadał sobie tytuł "prof." i zbiera drobne zaliczki na kawę — oczywiście za pośrednictwem Western Union...
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: CONFIRM THE RECEIPT OF THIS MAIL
    ———>>> Vigohughes@aol.com ———> SCAM
    To:
    Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 11:50 AM
    Subject: *Possible Junk Mail* YOU CAN NOW RECEIVE YOUR OVER-DUE PAYMENT

    Intercontinental bank is organizing a promo for all clients who are interested in receiving their overdue contract/inheritance funds, the bank has decided that all clients should pay a minimum of $50 and receive a part payment of $500,000 which they can use to finalize the release of there remaining funds with the bank which is amounted to the sum of $10.5 M,Get back to me for more details via email:

    ——>> officeun01@rediffmail.com ——>> SCAM
    Prof.William Clarke.

    Received: from User (ip67-88-186-42.z186-88-67.customer.algx.net [67.88.186.42])

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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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  • Nigeryjski szwindel — polegający na chęci przekazania nam milionów Husajna...
    Oszuści zaparę groszu opłaty prześlą nam miliony "znalezione w pałacach Husajna" — i "przechowywane" przezoszusta w pudłach podróżnych gotowych do wysyłki.
    Jednak biedny szust zapomniał wyjąć z tych milionów parę groszy na różne opłaty — oraz za doręczenie tych "milionów w gotówce" pod podany mu adres...
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: CAPT.JOHN —> captjohnyy2@info.com—> Nigerian 419 Scam
    To:
    Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 10:04 PM
    Subject: I am sorry to encroach into your privacy in this manner,I found you listed in the Trade Center Chambers of Commerce directory here in Iraq,I find it pleasurable to offer you my partnership in business. I want to solicit your attention to receive money on my behalf.I am Capt. John Anthony, an officer in the US Army, and also a West Point Graduate presently serving in the Military with the 82nd Air Borne Division Peace keeping force in Baghdad.I am on the move to Afghanistan from Iraq as the last batch just left, and i really need your help in assisting me with the safe keeping of two military trunk boxes which has just arrived the USA from the Iraq. I hope you can be trusted? will explain further when i get a response from you. waiting for your early reply Best regards,Capt. A John

    Message-ID: —> 1RoMoB-0006NC-B9@7.mx.freenet.de ——> SCAM

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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    Portal @freenet.de — jest bardzo często używany przez oszustów — bo zupełnie nie reaguje na podane im oszukańcze e-maile...
  • Oszust — scammer — udaje "agenta FBI" i straszy, że niezapłacenie oszustowi grozi aresztowaniem przez FBI.
    *
    Fantazja oszustów jest bardzo duża.

    Tutaj, ten sukinsyn oszust udaje "agenta FBI" i straszy, że niezapłacenie za jakieś tam certyfikaty — czyli oszustowi — grozi aresztowaniem przez FBI.

    Ani dyrektor FBI, ani FBI nigdy nie wysyłają e-maili — w żadnych sprawach do obywateli... Agenci FBI wolą osobiste wizyty...
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: "FBI Washington, D.C"
    —>> washin675n@ibf.org —>SCAM
    To:
    Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2012 11:42 AM
    Subject: Re: ATTENTION DRUG / MONEY LAUNDRY SUSPECT !!!


    YOU FAILED TO COMPLY WITH OUR DIRECTIVES AND THAT WAS THE REASON..READ THE MEMO..

    Attachments
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    2011-Notice.html

    Received: from mail.luki.co.il ([212.143.37.41]:54466 helo=User)
    by 0.mx.freenet.de with esmtpa (ID webmaster@jennifer-darmochwal.de) (port 587) (Exim 4.76 #1)
    id 1RogpM-000840-Vx; Sat, 21 Jan 2012 20:42:17 +0100
    Reply-To: —> hosko12@e-mail.ua ——>SCAM

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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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  • Oszust — scammer — jako prymitywny idiota pisze do takich samych idiotów...
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    Nie znający naszego nazwiska oszust "FEDEX COURIER MANAGING DIRECTOR" z "FedEx'u" —— zna jej zawartość [sic!] —— i pisze do nas, że ma paczkę zawierającą nieistniejące "'International Cashier ATM CARD' — worth the sum of $450,000.00".

    Trzeba być kompletnym idiotą, żeby się na coś takiego nabrać —lecz jak widać są i tacy!

    A przyjemność, żeby się o tym idioat dowiedział kosztuje $155 us dollars — plus koszty przesyłki za pomocą nieocenionego Wester Union.

    W takich przypadkach ten "FEDEX COURIER MANAGING DIRECTOR" —— nienawidzi FedEx'u"... [sic!] I z niego nie korzysta...
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: FedEx Express Courier Company
    ——> mrnorrisdavid@yahoo.com.hk —>Nigerian 419 Scam
    To:
    Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 4:54 AM
    Subject: ****SPAM*(17.8)**** FedEx Courier Company

    FedEx Nigeria Head Office
    70 International Airport Road
    Mafoluku, Lagos
    Date: Thursday/11/10/2011

    Attention:

    CLAIM NOTIFICATION.


    This is to notify you that your parcel is still in our possession, this parcel contained an International Cashier ATM CARD worth the sum of $450,000.00(Four

    Hundred $ Fifthy Thousand USA dollars)only and it is ready for delivery to your door step. Meanwhile, before the delivery or shipment will take place, you are

    advice to send to us the following data’s mention below:


    1. Your Name
    2.Address
    3.Telephone


    The above requested information’s will enable us deliver your parcel correctly without any mistake or delivering your parcel to a wrong person.

    Furthermore,you might be asking yourself how comes this email, your ATM CARD was brought to this office by a Lottery Fiduciary Agent Or Claim Agent,

    signifying that you are a rightful winner to their Lottery Award selected randomly from 10 lucky email addresses which your email address is one of the lucky

    email address.




    FedEx courier service company mailing you as per your parcel that was brought to this company to be delivered to you by lottery groups, along the delivery

    process that brought a misunderstanding between you and the lottery claim agent and in regards of their request as per their insurance certificate cost, tax fee

    and lots of other universal cops and drug searches which happened to be the course of your parcel being pending for the past months/one year.




    Meanwhile we are hereby happy to inform you that the FedEx Company has finalized and resolved the whole issued with the legal offices like the International

    Monetary of Funds(IMF),and the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) office, the company organization has also listed 24 valuable parcel’s to be intact in their office

    after the released of the parcel’s from universal cops and drug searches.




    We are happy to inform you once again that your parcel that contains the sum of $450,000.00 is among the 24 parcel’s listed which is now in our office and also

    with your name as the receiver despise that we lost your private residential address’s, which is anindication that you can now re-send your residential address,

    telephone as stated above back to the FedEx company where your parcel can be delivered to you without hesitation.




    Meanwhile remember that the sender of this parcel to you that’s the fiduciary agent still owes this company the sum of $155 before the incident occurs, Note

    that this fee is not just for delivery but with the immigration and customs stamp duty, this company has spend out of their incomes in the process by the

    recovering back your parcel? so dear customer we once again appreciate your patronage in our favor.




    Without hesitations you are to pay for just the balance left by your sender since we have lost his contact. this payment have to be via western union money

    transfer with the below payment information so that your parcel can be delivered to your residential address before it accumulate a demurrage after one week

    only,as you know 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 that to happen to your recovery parcel that almost gone if not for the love that the good God have for you by favoring you with his

    favor because it was God who did it not by your power but by the spirit say the lord.


    We assure you that your parcel will arrive at your country in two days time and it will get to your door step the third day as soon as this company receive the

    balance left by your sender 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 your parcel

    coming on the way and you will also know when it will arrive at your country because we operate in trust and loyalty in your favor. And also the FedEx Courier

    Service Company hereby inform all their customers through this media by eradicating all their communication with the scam mails that are going all-over the

    world be careful with their e-mails so that your parcel will not be in danger with their evil planes.


    FedEx provides access to a growing global market place through a network of supply chain, transportation, business and related information services.


    PAYMENT INFORMATION FOR THE IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS STAMP DUTY CHARGES BEFORE DELIVERY EFFECT, FIND BELOW:


    Receivers Name: Vivian Edward
    Senders Name: ------------?
    Text Question: BEST COLOUR
    Answer: WHITE
    Location; Lagos Nigeria.
    MTCN Number... ???
    Amount to be sent: $155 us dollars.


    Please you have to send the full payment information including the MTCN Number for we to fully proceed on your delivery


    FedEx is one of the world's great success stories, the start-up that revolutionized the delivery of packages and information. In the past 30 years, we've grown up

    and grown into a diverse family of companies as FedEx that's bigger, stronger, better than ever.



    E-mail: (mrnorrisdavid@yahoo.com.hk ——>Nigerian 419 Scam) or (info.fedex@info.lt ——>> Nigerian 419 Scam) Update Us With The Payment Of $155 dollars for the Customs and Immigration Clearance

    andStampt Duty So That We Can Proceed With The Delivery Today..


    WAITING TO READ YOUR E-MAIL.
    YOURS AFFECTIONATLY.
    FEDEX COURIER MANAGING DIRECTOR..
    MR.NORRIS DAVID.

    Message-Id: —> 201201181254.q0ICsXvs051535@ns.new.net—>SCAM
    Reply-To: ——> info.fadex@info.it ———>SCAM
    From: "FedEx Express Courier Company" ——> mrnorrisdavid@yahoo.com.hk —>SCAM

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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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  • Specjalnością wszelkiej maści oszustów są jednak loterie. Bo jakże łatwo wysłać info o wygranej...
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    I jak łatwo różnego rodzaju idioci wierzą oszustom, że wygrali na loterii — w której nie brali udziału i nie wydali na tę loterię ani grosza...

    Albo, że jakaś kompania chce wyrzucić pieniądze na ulicę — przez organizowanie "loterii", w jakich "wygrywają" tysiące adresów internetowych...

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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: UK PEOPLES POSTCODE PROMO
    —> info@esqonline.org ->SCAM
    To: UK PEOPLES POSTCODE PROMO —>info@esqonline.org->SCAM
    Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2012 3:54 AM
    Subject: Winner Notice


    UK PEOPLES POSTCODE PROMO
    Suite 7-10, Great Michael House
    14 Links Place Edinburgh
    EH6 7EZ, United Kingdom


    Dear Winner,


    We congratulate you this day as you have emerged a winner in the UK Peoples Postcode Promo . See attachment for claims procedure. Thank you.


    Victoria Gates
    Announcer
    UK Peoples Postcode Promo
    Tel: +44-701-004-5235
    Fax: +44-844-664-4704


    NOTE: Please print this email only if you have to, let’s protect our environment.

    This message and its attachments are for designated recipient(s) only and may contain privileged, proprietary and private information. If you have received it in error, kindly delete it and notify the sender immediately.

    Received: from E4.exmx.net ([172.24.32.40]) by f1.exmx.net
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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  • Typowy przykład oszukańczej "promocji"! Oszuści — scammers— wybierają jaką dużą i znaną firmę i rozsyłają oszukańcze informacje!
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    W tym przypadku jest to Coca-Cola, której szefowie niby mają do wyrzucenia trochę pieniędzy na ulicę... Dla zachęcenia, jako przynęta do bezmyślności odbiorców takich e-maili dodaje się prymitywne "FINAL NOTICE!!!"

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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: Coca Cola Promotion 2012
    —>> cocacola@cyvs.tyc.edu.tw ——>Nigerian 419 Scam

    To:
    Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 10:48 AM
    Subject: FINAL NOTICE!!!

    COCA-COLA COMPANY
    PROMOTION/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
    1 Queen Caroline Street
    Hammersmith
    London W6 9HQ
    UNITED KINGDOM.

    Dear E-Mail Bearer,

    We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded annual final draws held on 22ND January 2011 in London, UK by the Coca-Cola in conjunction with the British American Tobacco Worldwide Promotion; your email address was among the 20 Lucky winners who won Ј1,000,000.00GBP each on the COCA-COLA COMPANY PROMOTION. However the results were released today 23RD January 2012 and your email was attached to ticket number (CPWYZ2010) and ballot number (BT: 12052010/20). The on-line draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 29,031 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the Internet.

    However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy. The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) from a database of over 250,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.

    This AWARD is approved by the British Gaming Board Council and also licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This AWARD is the 3rd of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public. In other to claim your Ј1,000,000.00GBP POUNDS prize winning! Please contact our claims agent for claims with the contact below Agent.

    Payout Officer: Dr. James Cole
    EMAIL: cocalist@hotmail.co.uk
    Phone: +44 701 702 2098

    PLEASE FILL THE VERIFICATION FORM BELOW FOR CLAIMS.
    1. FULL NAMES..............
    2. COUNTRY................
    3. STATE:................
    4. HOME ADDRESS........
    5. MOBILE TELEPHONE NUMBERS.......
    6. MARITAL STATUS.........
    7. OCCUPATION.............POSITION......
    8. AGE.....SEX............

    Congratulations!! Once again.
    Sincerely,
    Mrs. Sophia Sanders

    Received: from vsl.cyvs.tyc.edu.tw (localhost.localdomain [127.0.0.1])
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    Żeby było śmieszniej, ten oszukańczy e-mail został wysłany z... Tajwanu — @tyc.edu.tw — z Education Bureau Taoyuan County Government...

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  • Oszust — scammer — żąda wstrzymania kontaktów są innymi, bo są oszustami... [sic!]
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    Oszust z Nigerii mający konto e-mailowe w Rosji [sic!] a adres zwrotny w Chinach — twierdzi, że płaciliśmy pieniądze innym oszustom z Nigerii, a więc jestęśmy oszukani — i za to należy się nam 1 milion dolarów.

    Ujawnili mu to biedni złapani oszuści — poddani ciężkim przesłuchaniom i torturom...

    Zabawne jest także na końcu tego e-maila przypomnienie o "Nigerian 419 Scam"...
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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    From: Sarah White (Miss)
    ——>>> admin@mail.printbank.ru ——>Nigerian 419 Scam
    To:
    Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2012 3:49 PM
    Subject: ATTENTION !!!! STOP EVERY TRANSACTION NOW!!!

    Attention,

    The Federal Government of Nigeria through provisions in Section 419 of the Criminal Code came up with punitive measures to deter and punish offenders.The Advance Fee Fraud section deal mainly with cases of advance fee fraud(commonly called 419) such as obtaining by false pretence through different fraudulent schemes e.g. contract scam, credit card scam,check scam,inheritance scam, job scam, loan scam, lottery scam, “wash wash” scam (money washing scam), marriage scam. Immigration scam, counterfeiting and religious scam. It also investigates cyber crime cases.

    This is to officially announce to you that some scam Syndicates were apprehended in Lagos, Nigeria few days ago and after several interrogations and tortures your details were among those mentioned by some of the scam Syndicates as one of the victims of their operations. After proper investigations and research at Western Union Money Transfer and Money Gram office to know if you have truly sent money to the scam Syndicates through Western Union Money Transfer or Money Gram, your name was found in Western Union Money Transfer database amongst those that have sent money through Western Union Money Transfer to Nigeria and this proves that you have truly been swindled by those unscrupulous persons by sending money to them in the course of getting one fund or the other that is not real, right now we are working hand in hand with Western Union and Interpol to track every fraudsters down, do not respond to their e-mails, letters and phone calls any longer they are scammers and you should be very careful to avoid b

    In this regard a meeting was held between the Board of Directors of The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and as a consequence of our investigations it was agreed that the sum of One Million US Dollars (US$1,000,000) should be transferred to you out of the funds that Federal Government of Nigeria has set aside as a compensation to everyone who have by one way or the other sent money to fraudsters in Nigeria. We have deposited your fund at Western Union Money Transfer agent location EMS Post office Lagos, Nigeria. We have submitted your details to them so
    that your fund can be transferred to you.

    Contact the Western Union agent office through the email address and also thier customer help line stated below inform them about this notification letter and the transfer of your fund;

    Email:
    ——>> wu_payfunds_alert@yahoo.cn —>>Nigerian 419 Scam
    Customer care Help line: +234-802-216-4837

    Yours sincerely,
    Sarah White (Miss)
    Assistant Investigation Officer.
    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
    15A Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.Nigeria
    Email Address:

    efcc_ng37@yahoo.com——>> Nigerian 419 Scam

    Phone: +234-802-878-5637
    http://www.efccnigeria.org

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    Please note that some fraudsters are claiming to be Directors or staff of The Ecomomic and Financial Crimes Commission have recently been sending phony
    e-mails/letters and also calling unsuspecting persons, with intent to defraud them. It is important to note that these fraudsters are criminals engaged in Advanced Fee Fraud known in Nigeria as 419. Every day, people throughout the world are falling victim to scams of one kind or another. But remember - if it sounds too good to be true, it is probably a scam. In the circumstance, we unreservedly advice you to dissociate yourselve from all correspondence and transactions entered into based on evidently fraudulent and fictitious claims.

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    "This e-Mail may contain proprietary and confidential information and is sent for the intended recipient(s) only. If, by an addressing or transmission error, this mail has been misdirected to you, you are requested to delete this mail immediately. You are also hereby notified that any use, any form of reproduction, dissemination, copying, disclosure, modification, distribution and/or publication of this e-mail message, contents or its attachment(s), other than by its intended recipient(s), is strictly prohibited. Any opinions expressed in this email are those of the individual and not necessarily of the
    organization. Before opening attachment(s), please scan for viruses." All business handled under Standard Trading Conditions. Copy available on request
    .
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    — Nigerian 419 Scam — Nigeryjski szwindel — Nigeryjskie oszustwo
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