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Telephone number +2347062392035 is a number from Nigeria. The area code is 706. The number is designated as being used for Mobile telephones. The number was originally operated by the provider MTN Nigeria.

Number portability may mean that this number is no longer used as a Mobile number, be assigned to a different provider or be being operated from a different location (even overseas in the case of VoIP numbers). If the number is being used to call you then it is also possible that the number is being spoofed and does not actually belong to the person using it.

Here is some general information about the number.

Country Code: 234
Country Name: Nigeria
Type: Mobile
Original Provider: MTN Nigeria
Validity: The number is the correct length for a Nigerian mobile phone number.

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

26th November 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 26th November 2018, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Johnson Alumona using email address federal.ministryoffinance80@gmail.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

19th June 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 19th June 2018, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Nelson Uba using email address nelson.uba11@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.

Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
Attn: Sir/Madam

Sequel to a brief meeting held this morning between the Presidency
and the Central Bank of Nigeria, it has been resolved that all
beneficiaries whose contracts/inheritance funds have not been paid
should now have a cause to smile.In the meeting, it was concluded that
the concerned beneficiaries should be paid their contracts/inheritance
funds without them (beneficiaries) paying any charges before they can
receive such funds.

As a result of this, no charges/fees shall be paid by any beneficiary
concerned as all these will be deducted from the principal fund.

In view of this, you are to forward all your account details for
reconfirmation with the ones

in our possession before the payment will be made to such a beneficiary.


For further details you can call me on my phone line:
+234-70-62392035. Make sure you call for more information.

Kindly treat this as a matter of urgency as we are here to serve you better.


Expecting your prompt and urgent response to this subject matter.

Best Regards

Nelson Uba

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19th February 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 19th February 2018, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Dr. Julius Okere using email address central.bnk.ng22@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.

Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
Attn: Sir/Madam,

We do hereby bring to your notice that due to some irregularities and fraudulent activities going on in Nigeria, the Presidency has ordered the centralbank of Nigeria to channel all foreign payments to the CITIBANK OF NEW YORK for all the concerned beneficiaries to receive their payments without further stress.

This decision came as a result of the fraudulent malpractices going on during the course of the concerned beneficiaries trying to receive their funds.

In view of this, you are directed henceforth to stop any further dealings with anyone in Nigeria telling you to claim your fund here. Your fund is now with the CITIBANK of New York. The total value of the sum to be paid to all the concerned beneficiaries is $10.5M. So if you are one of them you should contact the officer in charge of your payment at CITIBANK, New York on the following information:

NAME: Patricia Brigantic
BANK: CITIBANK of New York
E-mail: citibnk.newyork11@hotmail.com

Contact the bank for further advise.

Thanks

Dr. Julius Okere
+234-7062392035

Operations Manager,
Central bank of Nigeria

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31st January 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 31st January 2018, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Walter S. Nkanu Onnoghen using email address supremecourtofnig11@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.

Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
Supreme Court of Nigeria
Three-Arms Zone
P.M.B. 308. Garki Abuja
Website: http://supremecourt.gov.ng

Dear Unpaid Beneficiary,

This is to inform you that in the course of my investigation as director of payment verification / implementation committee I came across your name as unpaid fund beneficiary in the record of the central bank of Nigeria and other banks that are supposed to get your fund released to you. My committee was set up by the payment reconciliation committee to verify and scrutinize all outstanding debts owed to our foreign beneficiaries in accordance to the information received from the United States government and other countries over unpaid huge debts owed to Foreigners.

Having seen your file and my further questioning to the officials of the central of Nigeria bank and ministry of finance as to why your payment is still pending reveals the wrath and corruption in the system. The bank officials told me that the reason why you haven't received your payment is due to your inability to pay for the required charges for transfer of funds to your account. When I asked them why they didn't deduct the said charges from your principal sum, I was given the flimsy excuse that you never authorized them to do so. When I put the question across to them if they ever advised you that such charges could be deducted from your principal fund,the answer I got was no.

Now, if you do not tell this beneficiary that such charges could be deducted from his or her principal fund, how will he or she know that such options are available for such beneficiaries. From my investigation I discovered that these bank officials deliberately refused to let the charges be deducted from your principal fund because they wanted your fund to remain trapped in the bank, while they continue to extort money from beneficiaries under some flimsy excuses. You do not need to pay any money to any official, all you are required to do is swear to an affidavit at the federal high court of Nigeria, authorizing the bank to deduct all charges from your principal fund and transfer the balance of funds after deduction to your bank account. If you have spent any money in the past in your quest for payment, kindly let me know so that I can follow this up. You can reach me on my phone or email for directive on how you can get the deduction done as soon as possible and get your payment also.

Yours sincerely,

Walter S. Nkanu Onnoghen GCON
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Chief Justice of Nigeria
PHONE: +234-7062392035

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7th December 2017 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 7th December 2017, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Gordon Smith using email address gordon.smith11@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.

Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
FROM THE DESK OF MR. GORDON SMITH.DIRECTOR GENERAL, CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN).OUR REF: CBN/OHG/SOXD1/2017YOUR REF:.................TELEX: CENBANK.PAYMENT FILE: CBN/BEN/017Tel: +234-7062392035
CBN DEBT PAYMENT NOTICE OF YOUR FUNDS
My name is Mr Gordon Smith, the Director-General, Foreign Remittance Department, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). We discovered your name and email address (in the Central Computer among the list of unpaid contractors, inheritance next of kin and lotto beneficiaries that were originated from Africa (Nigerian Government) Europe, Asia Plus Middle east, Americans) among the list of individuals and companies that your unpaid fund has been located to a suspense account.
Your name appeared among the beneficiaries who will receive a part-payment of US$20 Million (Twenty Million United State Dollars Only) and has been approved already for payment. But two men from United States (Mr. Tim Parker and Mr. Rowland Gulf) came to our office claiming that they were your representatives and that you died of a ghastly motor accident. We in this bank do not understand
why you sent these men to come and Collect your funds on your behalf. If actually you want them to help you Collect your Contract Bill Sum, at least you should have informed the Executive Governor of this Bank Mr Godwin Emefiele. They actually tendered some Vital Documents which Proved that you actually sent them for the Collection of this Funds. Honestly, it really baffles the Executive Governor of this bank that you took such decision without his consent.
Here are the Documents which they tendered to this Bank.
1. LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION.2. HIGH COURT INJUNCTION.3. ORDER TO RELEASE.
Actually, these documents which they tendered to this Noble Bank is a clear proof that you sent them to collect this funds for you. Finally, the Governor decided to give them seven (7) days appointment ahead to enable us make necessary verification from you. Our Governor resolved to do our urgent response to this confidential letter.
It is urgent you call to confirm if you are the one that sent them. You are advise that to avoid making wrong payment. Please, kindly advise us appropriately whether the two men are acting on your permission and instructions or not. We are anxiously looking forward to receiving your to call on the number: +234-7062392035
Thanks for your anticipated co-operation.
Mr. Gordon Smith.Director General, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).Tel: +234-7062392035

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7th October 2017 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 7th October 2017, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Nnamdi Okonkwo working as Chief Executive Officer for Fidelity Bank Nig. Plc. using email address info@fidelitybnkng.dx.am 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

11th August 2017 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 11th August 2017, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Jibril Aku working for Eco Bank Nigeria Plc using email address ecobknigplc90@gmail.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.

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3rd August 2017 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 3rd August 2017, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Jibril Aku using email address ecobknigplc93@gmail.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.

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21st April 2017 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 21st April 2017, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Nelson Uba using email address nelsonuba01@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

17th November 2016 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 17th November 2016, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Johnson Alumona using email address final.financeorder@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.

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23rd July 2016 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 23rd July 2016, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Luke Eke using email address lukeeke11cbn@gmail.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

5th March 2016 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 5th March 2016, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Nelson Uba using email address nelsonuba.presidency11@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.

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6th June 2015 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 6th June 2015, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Jonah Otunla using email address acct.general@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.

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18th March 2015 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam

On 18th March 2015, telephone number +2347062392035 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Jacob Smith using email address uba.jacobsmith11@gmail.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.

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010234-706-239-2035 010234-70-62392035 (+234) 7062-392035

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