Info on the number +234809051125
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Country Code: 234
Country Name: Nigeria
Original Provider: Etisalat Nigeria
Validity: Nigerian mobile phone numbers should be 13 digits in length including the country code.The number you searched for is 12 digits long.
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This number is recorded in our database for the following scams:
14th March 2019 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam
On 14th March 2019, telephone number +234809051125 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Thomas Bamidele Link 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.
High Court of Nigeria
P.M.B. 308. Lagos-Nigeria
Reply this mail to this Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 suppose to get your
funds 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 rot 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 want your fund to remain trapped in the
bank, while they continue to extort money from beneficiaries under
some flimsy excuse. 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
Barrister Thomas Bamidele Link
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