Info on the number +22576297749
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Country Code: 225
Country Name: Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
Validity: The number is the correct length for an Ivory Coast 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 does not match any of the known Senegalese formats.
The number does not match any of the known Senegalese formats.
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This number is recorded in our database for the following scams:
8th November 2019 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam
On 8th November 2019, telephone number +22576297749 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Diana Keita using email address firstname.lastname@example.org as part of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam.
Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
ABIDJAN COTE D`IVOIRE
9, AVENUE JOSEPH ANOMA ABIDJAN
This mail is from the office of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission Abidjan, Cote d`Ivoire. Do not be surprise receiving this mail. The commission is an intervention agency that is working in collaboration with the World Bank and the IMF to pay off all foreign fund beneficiaries and contractors who has been finding it difficult to receive their over due funds for a long time.
This task force committee was constituted by this agency in collaboration with government of different countries of the world based on series of petitions being received from foreign fund beneficiaries, contractors, international bodies, private individuals and non-governmental organizations (NGO) on the inability of some commercial banks, and other financial institutions to settle their clients fund payment as well as the rigors fund beneficiaries are being subjected to.
From our collation of outstanding fund beneficiary due for payment, your name was discovered in our PAYMENTS SYSTEM DATA BASE (PSDB) as having an abandoned fund payment and we have been mandated to pay you.
You have bee shortlisted among the first batch of beneficiaries to be paid. Our payment verification and transfer implementation department has been instructed to make your payment
Please contact our paying bank without delay. We have opened communique with our appointed paying bank in respect to your payment and they have your payment file. Contact the bank and say you were referred from the ICPC in respect of your fund payment and they should be able to identify you.
Banque centrale des etats de l'afrique ouest (BCEAO)
Avenue Abdoulaye Fadiga angle Bd. Roussel
Abidjan Cote d`Ivoire
Contact Person: Mr. Diabate Kone
Mr. Henry Leleh
Director Remittance Dept.
Please inform us as soon as you have received your payment.
Congratulations in advance.
Mrs. Diana Keita
Chairperson (ICPC) Abidjan Cote d`Ivoire
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This number could also be written in the following formats
|01022576297749||225 76297 749||225 76 297749||+225 76297 749||+225 76 297749|
|00225 76297 749||00225 76 297749||011225 76297 749||011225 76 297749||0011225 76297 749|
|0011225 76 297749||010225 76297 749||010225 76 297749|
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