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Nigel Tuffnel
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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 3:03 am Reply with quoteBack to top

For those who might want to see what real scam victims see.

While we are waiting for my $4,000 bank wire to clear, I demanded my Lad transfer my $8.5 million into my account. The Lad replied:

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THIS IS TO INFORM YOU THAT WE WILL NEED TO GET A FUNDS TRANSFER APPROVAL FROM THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE HERE IN COTE D'IVOIRE BEFORE THE TRANSFER OF THE FUNDS INTO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT.

I SHALL GET BACK TO YOU IMMEDIATELY I ENQUIRE FROM THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE CONCERNING HOW MUCH WILL BE REQUIRED TO ISSUE AN APPROVAL THAT WILL COVER THE TRANSFER OF USD$8,500,000.00(EIGHT MILLION FIVE HUNDRED UNITED STATES DOLLARS).


Funny, my Lad did not say anything about needing to get finance ministry approval before now.

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 3:07 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Yup, lads always like to make up new fees, titles, documents, etc. They'll bleed you dry and keep coming back for more.

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jacky
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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 9:37 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Nigels lad wrote:
FUNDS TRANSFER APPROVAL


Nice, another kind of fee to add to my list of "all possible fees used in 419 scams"

thanks

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manbiteslion
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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 9:45 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Have a look in NoToBeScammed's signature, he has a quote which sums it up, something like "...the transaction you start that will never end". The scammers will always make up a new fee, as the supposed dollars inch closer to you - bogus taxes, lawyers fees, sick sisters, bank fees, customs fees, release fees, paperwork fees, it goes on until you're literally on the street having sold your family as slaves. I know of one victim who has given over $110,000 in a string of small fees to one scammer. Now they're in so deep they just refuse to believe its a scam so keep paying, borrowing from their nearest and dearest, selling furniture, the lot, and he won't listen to anyone trying to warn him.

May this be a reminder of why we do this - yes, it can be funny, but we are the only justice most of these scammers ever see, and whilst it shouldn't be down to us, it seems that it has to be. Never feel guilty about ypur baiting, there's nothing you can do that is crueller or meaner than these scammers do every single day to truly innocent victims.

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thud419
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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 11:54 am Reply with quoteBack to top

The nasty one BenjaminBunny and I came across, but which a baiter will very rarely see, was when your $15M has been transferred to your bank account. Everyone has done their job and the money is on its way. The banker emails to say "The money has been transferred and will reflect in your account without fail within three days."

That's it. It's done. All the fees have been worthwhile. At long last the money is coming. You can imagine the victims jumping for joy.

Then you get an email out of the blue from the United Nations, the EFCC, Homeland Security etc. saying "We see you are trying to transfer some money without an Anti-Terrorist Certificate. We have put a hold on the transfer and moved the money to this Greek bank."

It's nasty because it proves the existence of the money, breaks the link to the original scammer and proves that he is genuine. In the victim's eyes the new player will be a third party unrelated to the original catcher, lawyer and banker. The money must exist and have moved, otherwise this third party would not have seen it. Since the money moved, the catcher, lawyer and banker must be genuine.

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