Info on the number +221783091361
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Country Code: 221
Country Name: Senegal
Validity: The number is the correct length for a Senegalese phone number.
We were not able to decode the number searched for. The number appears to be the correct length, but we could not match the dialing code to our records. The number has been stored for analysis to allow us to improve our decoding. The number is possibly a mobile number.
The number is possibly a mobile number.
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This number is recorded in our database for the following scams:
9th May 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam
On 9th May 2018, telephone number +221783091361 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Reverend Father Mark Mark using email address email@example.com as part of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam.
Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
I'm happy to inform you about my success in getting the money transferred with the help of Mr. Rodriguez Cruz from Paraguay. Presently I'm in Paraguay for investment projects with Mr. Cruz. Meanwhile, I didn't forget your past efforts and your willingness to assist me in transferring my late fathers money, although it did not work out the way we expected it. But in everything i still have to appreciate your concern over my past situation that is why i am writing to you now. I think you can remember the Rev father of the camp where i was staying as a refugee girl then in Senegal? I will like you to make a contact to the camp because i wrote a cheque of US$350.000.00 and dropped to the reverend father and also gave him all your contact so that he can contact you for the cheque of compensation but to my greatest surprise, i called the reverend father and he said that he lost the contact. So i will like you to contact him immediately for the cheque. His name is Reverend Father Mark Mark so contact him immediately and also let me know if you succeed in getting the cheque from him.
This is his email ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Telephone Number ( +221783091361 )
At the moment, i am very busy here because of the investment projects with Mr. Cruz, and i want to finalize everything with him so that i can go back to my studies. I have just written to reverend father Mark Mark and I told him that you will be contacting him immediately for the cheque. Ensure that you let me know immediately you receive the cheque so that I can share the joy after all the sufferings at that
time. Love and kisses. Yours truly,
Further details of this report can be found on the ScamSurvivors.com forum
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This number could also be written in the following formats
|010221783091361||221 78 309 1361||221 783091361||221-783091361||221-7830-91361|
|221_7830_91361||22178-3091361||+221 78 309 1361||+221 783091361||+221-783091361|
|+221-7830-91361||+221_7830_91361||+22178-3091361||00221 78 309 1361||00221 783091361|
|00221-783091361||00221-7830-91361||00221_7830_91361||0022178-3091361||011221 78 309 1361|
|0011221 78 309 1361||0011221 783091361||0011221-783091361||0011221-7830-91361||0011221_7830_91361|
|001122178-3091361||010221 78 309 1361||010221 783091361||010221-783091361||010221-7830-91361|
|010221_7830_91361||01022178-3091361||( +221 ) 78 309 13 61|
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