Info on the number +2349023670900
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Country Code: 234
Country Name: Nigeria
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This number is recorded in our database for the following scams:
9th August 2018 - Advance Fee Fraud Scam
On 9th August 2018, telephone number +2349023670900 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Williams P. Robert 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.
THIS TO INFORM YOU THAT WE HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTION WITH YOUR PAYMENT FILE FROM OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY TO TRANSFER YOUR INHERITANCE PAYMENT US$32,500,000.00 TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT IN BY TOMORROW AS SOON AS ALL CHARGES IS DEDUCTED.
PLEASE RE-CONFIRM YOUR BANK INFORMATION TO AVOID ANY MISTAKE DURING THE TRANSFER BY TOMORROW. WE ARE GOING TO TRANSFER YOUR INHERITANCE PAYMENT OF US$32,500,000.00 TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT BY TOMORROW AND THE TRANSFER CONFIRMATION SLIPS WILL BE SENT TO YOU FOR YOUR EASY CONFIRMATION.
AS A MATTER OF URGENCY YOU ARE ADVISED TO MAKE A PAYMENT OF US$200.00 BEEN PAYMENT OF DEDUCTION FEE.
THE DEDUCTION FEE OF US$200.00 WILL ENABLE THIS BANK TO OBTAIN AN AFFIDAVIT AND STAMP DUTIES FROM HIGH COURT OF NIGERIA, WHICH WILL EMPOWER US TO DEDUCT ALL CHARGES AND PREPARE YOUR DEDUCTION CERTIFICATE THAT WILL SHOW THAT ALL CHARGES HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED AND YOU WILL NOT PAY ANY OTHER FEE.
YOU ADVISED TO SEND THE DEDUCTION FEE OF US$200.00 TODAY THROUGH WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER OR MONEY GRAM WITH THE NAME OF THE OFFICER IN CHARGE, ONYEDEKE PRISCA, LAGOS NIGERIA, QUESTION IS: BLACK, ANSWER IS: BLUE
AS SOON AS WE RECEIVE THIS PAYMENT FROM YOU TODAY, WE WILL DEDUCT ALL CHARGES AND YOUR BALANCE WILL BE REMITTED TO YOUR ACCOUNT BY TOMORROW MORNING AND THE TRANSFER DETAILS WILL BE FORWARDED TO YOU FOR YOUR EASY CONFIRMATION WITH YOUR BANK.
HERE IS THE MONEY GRAM INFORMATION
RECEIVER NAME: OCHUBA AKUDO BLESSING .
ADDRESS: LAGOS NIGERIA
ACT ACCORDING TO MY INSTRUCTIONS, I AM WAITING FOR YOUR URGENT RESPONSE.
NOTE: MAKE SURE YOU CALL ME AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE THIS E-MAIL +2349023670900
REGARDS AND GOD BLESS YOU.
MR. WILLIAMS P. ROBERT
FOREIGN OPERATION DEPARTMENT
For: AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP
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This number could also be written in the following formats
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|234-902-367-0900||234-90-23670900||+234 902 367 0900||+234 9023670900||+234-9023670900|
|+234-902-3670-900||+234-902-367-0900||+234-90-23670900||00234 902 367 0900||00234 9023670900|
|00234-9023670900||00234-902-3670-900||00234-902-367-0900||00234-90-23670900||011234 902 367 0900|
|0011234 902 367 0900||0011234 9023670900||0011234-9023670900||0011234-902-3670-900||0011234-902-367-0900|
|0011234-90-23670900||010234 902 367 0900||010234 9023670900||010234-9023670900||010234-902-3670-900|
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