Two fake documents sent as part of a sale of non-existent articles advertised on Internet classifieds. The usual scenario: the seller refers the buyer to a bogus shipping company complete with fake web site and tracking number. You are then asked to pay shipping fees, or a deposit on the purchase price in escrow. This thief uses: Philippe Trochain - [email@example.com] - Telephone 00229 97267279 Complete details are in the French section
Letter of authorisation
West Africa Clearing House
Barrister (Mr.) Jackson (Jack) Nurudeen Jaka
Jubril Amossou, Director General, Foreign Exchange Control & Monitoring Unit, ECOSWAS
Adbul Maman Tonji, Inspectorate Division, Ministry of Finance Benin
Release of funds, Barrister Moussibai Fagbemi, Benin
Recieved an e-mail where I was asked to help release funds. According to this "Barrister" he could represent me as "the next of kin"...
I recieved a Fund release application, a death certificate, a warrant certificate and a affidavit.
United bank for Africa, Benin, has now graduated to providing false bank statements to unsuspecting but gullible victims, telling them that a deceased relative had left a sum of money never announced, and telling the unsuspecting living relative the funds would treated as dormant funds unless fees were remitted in the amount of US$300,000 to a nominated Attorney to place those funds into the custody of the surviving relative ! Copy of fraudulent Bank Statement attached.