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Info on the number +22996735004

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Country Code: 229
Country Name: Benin
Type: Mobile
Validity: The number is the correct length for a Benin phone number.

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This number is recorded in our database for the following scams:

11th November 2016 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 11th November 2016, telephone number +22996735004 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Patrick Eagle working for Diamond Express Courier Service using email address diamondexpressdeliveryservicee@hotmail.com as part of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam.

In Advance Fee Fraud Scams, the scammer will offer you something of high value (a large sum of money or gold for example) and all you have to do is pay a "small" fee. What the scammer is offering you does not actually exist and the scammer will come up with fee after fee that needs to be paid by the victims, until he either runs out of money or realises that he has been scammed. The scammer will often pretend to be real people or companies, use fake websites and introduce various characters, all with the aim of convincing the victim that what is being offered to him is real.

Further details of this report can be found on our forum

2nd November 2015 - Lottery Scam

On 2nd November 2015, telephone number +22996735004 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Patrick Eagle using email address diamondexpresscourierservice0@hotmail.com as part of a Lottery Scam.

A Lottery Scam is a variation of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam. Instead of the victim being offered an inheritance or some other funds by a stranger, they will be told that their email has won an online lottery and to collect their prize they just have to email someone to claim it. Of course, there will be fees that need to be paid, and the prize (usually cash, but sometimes luxury cars as well) doesn't actually exist. These scams often pretend that the lottery is being sposored by a multi-national corportation sch as Ford, BMW, Microsoft or Facebook; although sometimes they claim to actually be a real lottery such as the UK National Lottery. There is no such thing as a lottery that picks random email addresses to win - if you haven't purchased a ticket for a specific lottery then you can't win it.

Further details of this report can be found on the ScamWarners.com forum

28th October 2015 - Lottery Scam

On 28th October 2015, telephone number +22996735004 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Patrick Eagle using email address diamondexpcourierservic@hotmail.com as part of a Lottery Scam.

A Lottery Scam is a variation of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam. Instead of the victim being offered an inheritance or some other funds by a stranger, they will be told that their email has won an online lottery and to collect their prize they just have to email someone to claim it. Of course, there will be fees that need to be paid, and the prize (usually cash, but sometimes luxury cars as well) doesn't actually exist. These scams often pretend that the lottery is being sposored by a multi-national corportation sch as Ford, BMW, Microsoft or Facebook; although sometimes they claim to actually be a real lottery such as the UK National Lottery. There is no such thing as a lottery that picks random email addresses to win - if you haven't purchased a ticket for a specific lottery then you can't win it.

Further details of this report can be found on the ScamWarners.com forum

4th September 2015 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 4th September 2015, telephone number +22996735004 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Patrick Eagle using email address patrickeagle24@cantv.net as part of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam.

In Advance Fee Fraud Scams, the scammer will offer you something of high value (a large sum of money or gold for example) and all you have to do is pay a "small" fee. What the scammer is offering you does not actually exist and the scammer will come up with fee after fee that needs to be paid by the victims, until he either runs out of money or realises that he has been scammed. The scammer will often pretend to be real people or companies, use fake websites and introduce various characters, all with the aim of convincing the victim that what is being offered to him is real.

Further details of this report can be found on the ScamWarners.com forum

*NOTE* Phone numbers can be regularly re-assigned if the person using them stops paying the bill. This number was included in scammer emails or websites on the dates shown above, but may have since been reassigned. If you have evidence of more recent scam activity using the number, please use the contact page to let us know or post the details in our forum. You can also add brief comments in the comments section below.

This number could also be written in the following formats

22996735004 +22996735004 0022996735004 01122996735004 001122996735004
01022996735004 229 96 73 50 04 229 967 350 04 229 9673 5004 229 96735004
229-96735004 229-9673-5004 229 967 35 004 +229 96 73 50 04 +229 967 350 04
+229 9673 5004 +229 96735004 +229-96735004 +229-9673-5004 +229 967 35 004
00229 96 73 50 04 00229 967 350 04 00229 9673 5004 00229 96735004 00229-96735004
00229-9673-5004 00229 967 35 004 011229 96 73 50 04 011229 967 350 04 011229 9673 5004
011229 96735004 011229-96735004 011229-9673-5004 011229 967 35 004 0011229 96 73 50 04
0011229 967 350 04 0011229 9673 5004 0011229 96735004 0011229-96735004 0011229-9673-5004
0011229 967 35 004 010229 96 73 50 04 010229 967 350 04 010229 9673 5004 010229 96735004
010229-96735004 010229-9673-5004 010229 967 35 004 (+229) 9673 5004

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