Info on the number +2348033011805
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Here is some general information about the number.
Country Code: 234
Country Name: Nigeria
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:
6th June 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam
On 6th June 2018, telephone number +2348033011805 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Rev. Kenneth Adeoye 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 am REV.KENNETH ADEOYE, the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR and Head of Swift
Transfer Unit of Union Bank of Nigeria Plc.Lagos-Nigeria
Sometime ago, your contract fund was deposited in our bank from
Nigerian Apex Bank, CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (C.B.N) and after some
period, this money was withdrawn its an to the Federal Government
treasury. For the period of time this fund was in our bank, it
generated an interest of US$ 3.5 Million, which we are about to be pay
to you via International Certified Bank Draft
Recently same CBN officials came back and ask us to pay them the
accrued interest of your contract fund been deposited in our bank,
since our bank is a private bank that has integrity and image to
protect as a financial institution. After the Board of Directors
meetings, we decided to contact you as the original beneficiary of
this fund since we know the fraudulent activities occurring in Central
Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in order to protect our name and image.
For your information and advice, you need to hasten up to receive this
Fund because from time to time the C.B.N auditors do come to our bank
to cross-check our files and our financial update, the earlier you
comply with the demands of the delivery of the fund, the faster the
action, because the CBN officials wants the accrued interest to be
paid to them but we refused, so when they find out that this interest
fund is still in our bank they will want to call back the fund to the
Federal Government treasury.
What we need from you now is any form of your identification for
example; your international passport or youíre driverís license, then
your telephone and fax number for easy communication with your mailing
address where this Draft will be delivered to you.
As a matter of fact we donít have enough time to waste so try and
comply with the entire necessary requirement for remittance.
Contact me on TEL: +2348033011805, Expecting your immediately response.
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This number could also be written in the following formats
|0102348033011805||234 803 301 1805||234 8033011805||234-8033011805||234-803-3011-805|
|234-803-301-1805||234-80-33011805||+234 803 301 1805||+234 8033011805||+234-8033011805|
|+234-803-3011-805||+234-803-301-1805||+234-80-33011805||00234 803 301 1805||00234 8033011805|
|00234-8033011805||00234-803-3011-805||00234-803-301-1805||00234-80-33011805||011234 803 301 1805|
|0011234 803 301 1805||0011234 8033011805||0011234-8033011805||0011234-803-3011-805||0011234-803-301-1805|
|0011234-80-33011805||010234 803 301 1805||010234 8033011805||010234-8033011805||010234-803-3011-805|
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