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A new "LOW" in scams and fraud

By sleepin'dawg ·
A scam this "LOW", while inovative and inventive, would gag a maggot on a gut wagon.

Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 11:08:12 -0400 (EDT)
From: "FROM REV. JOHN COOKER" <> Add to Address Book

REF/PAYMENTS CODE: 06654/ $2,500,000.00.

Following the receive meeting held by the United Nations in respect of
the scam victims globally it is agreed that most of the scam victims
suffering a lot of set back, most of them are owing in their residence
environment, banks/financial institutions and all of them are going
through **** because of the victimize by scammers. The United Nations
agreed as follows to compensate them with the sum of Two Million Five
Hundred Thousand United States Dollars this compensation comprise all
areas of scams including those that executed contract originally in
various country, many are inheritance payment, lottery award and other
vital areas which are also in line with the compensation.

This is to bring to your notice that the new secretary general is
talking about poverty alleviation in general and mostly in Africa which
three of the newly elected president also confirms more especially
President Umaru Musa Yar?Adua confirm in his speech after the executed
council meeting of the United Nation in United States. So if you have
been scammed or been victimize in any way you are requested to contact
Rev. John Coker, who is directly in charge of this assignment.

I am delegate to pay 350 scam victims $2,500,000.00 (TWO MILLION FIVE

You are listed and approved for this payment as one of the scammed
victims to be paid this amount, get back to me as soon as possible for
the immediate payments of your $2,500,000.00 compensations funds. On
these faithful recommendations, I want you to know that during the last
U.N. meetings held at Abuja, Nigeria, it was alarmed so much by the
in the meetings on the lose of funds by various individuals to the
Nigerian scams artists operating in syndicates all over the World
In other to compensate victims, the U.N Body in conjunction with the
Nigerian Government is now paying 350 victims of this operators
$2,500,000.00 each in accordance with the U.N. recommendations. Due to
the corrupt and inefficient Banking Systems in African and the World,
payments are to be supervised by the United Nations' Officials

According to the number of applicants at hand, 100 Beneficiaries has
paid, half of the victims are from the United States, we still have
250 left to be paid the compensations of $2,500,000.00 each.
Your particulars was mentioned by one of the Syndicates who was
as one of their victims of the operations, you are hereby warned not to
communicate or duplicate this message to him for any reason what so
as the U.S. secret service is already on trace of the other criminals.
keep it secret till they are all apprehended.

Other victims who have not been contacted can submit their application
well for scrutiny and possible consideration. I shall feed you with
further modalities as soon as I hear from you.

Yours faithfully,
Rev John Coker

Are we never going to see these arseholes held to account and an end put to their wastage of bandwidth??? I keep wondering, how many poor benighted fools have been sucked in by this kind of crap???

Dawg ]:)

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Not as long as

by Dr Dij In reply to A new [b][i][u]"LOW"[/b][ ...

people think they can get something for nothing.

Twisting the story around to sound like the do gooder against the very same fraud is clever tho. Scammers will do whatever cleverness their little minds can think up.

I liked the scambaiters site where the aussie woman actually told a scammer she would donate if he painted his body in the 'cult of the butterfly' and sent her pix :)

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Keep talking it up, Dawg

by Tig2 In reply to A new [b][i][u]"LOW"[/b][ ...

This one is a new one so I guess I will be sending out a link to this thread to all and sundry in my address book on the just in case plan.

The only way that arses like this are held responsible is when WE find them and WE hold them so. In other words, don't hold your breath.

Thanks for the alert!

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WOW, I want to qualify?

by The Scummy One In reply to A new [b][i][u]"LOW"[/b][ ...

Funny though, you got the new one, and I only got stuck winning 3 lottories today...

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Poor me

by Shellbot In reply to WOW, I want to qualify?

I actually never get offered these opprotunities

All i get are emails for ***** enlargement and recently a bunch of chinese type of characters..puntuctated with the odd english word such as Microsoft, Symantec, Office 2007 etc..

I guess I'm just destined to be poor

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Maybe I'll share my winnings

by The Scummy One In reply to Poor me

In fact, I got an offer from Nigeria, that a bank has monies from someone who passed away a few years ago. This money is sitting in the bank, but nobody has claimed it. So, as long as I do not raise any flags, tell anyone, or set off alarms, the execs want to share it with me. All I need to do is send my personal info.
All this AND they even included a photo of the execs standing around...

I will send it to you so that you may enjoy the wealth :)

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As long as there are gullible people

by mjd420nova In reply to A new [b][i][u]"LOW"[/b][ ...

Too many people fall for this that I think they deserve what they get, worse than nothing DEBT. Both me and my son have received fake checks in the mail from overseas banks that we have them posted on a board. They now total over half a million dollars. Only one person has called to try and find out what happened but left a message(I screen all my calls) that was barely intelligible. I just laugh and still waiting for one that can be traced.

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BIOK they're traceable and it isn't very difficult either. X-(

by sleepin'dawg In reply to As long as there are gull ...

However, that being said, you have to prove a crime has been committed before the authorities will take any form of action. Unfortunately, not very many are willing to step forward and admit to being gullible and/or stupid.

Dawg ]:)

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Is it still coming from Nigeria?

by DadsPad In reply to A new [b][i][u]"LOW"[/b][ ...

Same scam different words.

I once saw a tv program that went to Nigeria to show how the scammers work. The had a tv camera come with the reporter. They entered what looked like a rundown place, went inside and there must have been 30 to 50 people in tight spaces in front of computers. People literally dived out of windows when the saw what came into the place.

They said at that time that Nigeria was cracking down on this type of business, but it seemed to increase after that show.

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As well as Nigerians in England and elsewhere.

by sleepin'dawg In reply to Is it still coming from N ...

Others have now jumped on the bandwagon but the majority are Nigerian in origin.

Dawg ]:)

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Obviously a Scam

by dogknees In reply to A new [b][i][u]"LOW"[/b][ ...

Two seconds reading the text would/should tell anyone this is a scam. The grammar is a joke.

If you're not a native or fluent speaker of english, you'd have to be a fool to accept something in a language you're not familiar with anyway.

"The only result of protecting people from their folly is to fill the world with foolish people." Which is not something I'd want to do. If peoples folly doesn't have any effect on them, they'll never learn that it is folly.

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