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 The Bait That Wouldn't Die

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loualsindor
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 2:28 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I thought you'd get a kick out of this, it sure caught me by surprise! I attached the two jpg files that go along with the oh-so-weird text.

The Bait That Wouldn’t Die

The oh-so-persistent bad guy:
Tony Smith, National City Bank Group

The good guy:
Lou Al Sindor, basketball superstar and fan of all things Nigerian


This is of significance only because of the time lag involved and the bizarre re-connection of our hero with the long lost Tony, even after it was obvious that the jig was up. Enjoy…

……….

On 9/13/11, TONY SMITH <[email protected]> wrote:
National City Bank Group.
No. 1, Idowu Taylor Street
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Email:n.[email protected]
Ref: NCB/CMB/324/09

REF: YOUR PAYMENT VIA NATIONAL CITI BANK MASTER CARD

This to acknowledge you that your e-mail address is found among those
that have been scammed, and the competition have been approved from
the supreme high court here in Nigeria and we are asked to contact you
by the Nigeria president on how to send you the ($350,000) via ATM
DEBIT MASTER CARD.
Due to the numerous fraudulent activities, we have resolved to
implement the use of ATM DEBIT MasterCard for the release of your
payment which will be issued by our bank National City Bank {NCB}.
In this proposed payment scheme,your funds will be credited into a
Citibank MasterCard account which will enable you either to make
withdrawals at any ATM point or at any Citibank branch close to you.
This is a Citibank new working initiative with the Nigeria government
which was put in place to curb the constant fraud activities
associated with payments such as this.
However for the purpose of official verification among other relevant
details, it is imperative that you supply us with the following
requirements:

1. YOUR FULL NAME(S) AS WOULD REFLECT ON YOUR CARD.
2. FULL ADDRESS (SAFE FOR THE DELIVERY OF YOUR CARD)
3. TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBERS
4. ANY FORM OF IDENTIFICATION.

Your card will come with an already programmed pin. You will be
required to change this pin to any four digit of your choice at any
Citibank branch close to you.

All legal documentation including the anti money laundering your favor
are intact. On receipt of your response, further directives shall be
made available to you.

Yours Faithfully,

Mr. Tony Smith.
National City Bank Nigeria.

……….


On 9/13/11, Lou Sindor wrote:
I believe this was sent to me by mistake.

……….

National Citi Bank of Nigeria






9/13/11


to me



Acknowledgment to receive of your mail,this was not a mistake.The
competition have been approved from the supreme high court here in
Nigeria and we are asked to contact you by the Nigeria president on
how to send you the ($350,000) via ATM DEBIT MASTER CARD.

so therefore kindly provide us with the information below

1. YOUR FULL NAME(S) AS WOULD REFLECT ON YOUR CARD.
2. FULL ADDRESS (SAFE FOR THE DELIVERY OF YOUR CARD)
3. TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBERS
4. ANY FORM OF IDENTIFICATION.

Your card will come with an already programmed pin. You will be
required to change this pin to any four digit of your choice at any
Citibank branch close to you.

All legal documentation including the anti money laundering your favor
are intact. On receipt of your response, further directives shall be
made available to you.

Yours Faithfully,

Mr. Tony Smith.
National City Bank Nigeria.



……….

me




9/13/11



to National



You will need to provide me some sort of documentation to support this before I send you my identification. That poses a great risk for me.

……….

National Citi Bank of Nigeria


to me



ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO RECEIVE OF YOUR MAIL ONCE AGAIN,THE CONTENT OF YOUR MAIL IS WELL UNDERSTOOD.THERE ARE A LOT OF FRAUDSTERS ALL OVER THE WORLD LOOKING FOR ONE MEANS OR THE OTHER TO GET MONEY FROM PEOPLE BUT I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT YOU ARE DEALING WITH THE RIGHT OFFICE.
ATTACHED BELOW IS A COPY OF MY IDENTITY CARD FOR VERIFICATION
THANKS
AND GOD BLESS YOU
AWAITS YOUR URGENT RESPONSE



Note: I’ve seen worse fake ID’s…but not many.


……….


me


to National


In the spirit of cooperation, I have attached my identification as well. I await your response and our progress.


Note: The attachment was actually a photo of a cafe in Nigeria full of scammers doing their thing and some...well...creative language about my opinion of them. I figure that would be the end of it as I had tossed my insult. As is usually the case, the mugu went away. But then…


……….

National Citi Bank of Nigeria




Mar 8 (4 days ago)

to me


8:10 AM National: hello

how are you doing today

8:11 AM Why the delay



Note: that’s right, a Google chat message six months later. Unfortunately I missed it and figured he was done. But then…


……….


Note: this was from March 12, now almost exactly six months from the original email.


National: hello

Sent at 9:32 AM on Monday

National: how are you doing

me: Hello

National: why the delay

me: Delay?

National: yes why the delay for the delivery of your ATM CARD

worth $350,000



Note: I’d had my coffee and was in a playful mood, so I decided to try something new and tell him that I had already received my money. Evidently communication in the bank had broken down…



me: What do you mean? I GOT my card. Works great.

National: i have been sending you e-mails and yo do not respond

me: Maybe someone else at your bank then...? I get a lot of emails. Your bank already sent me my ATM card. Were you not informed?

National: Do you think this is a joke or something

?

me: I'm sorry, but I don't understand. I got my card, bought a car, made a down payment on a house...what's the problem?

National: its okay..i will inform the board of directors to proceed with the termination of your funds

take care

me: Oh, by the way...don't forget the important part...

1. I know there's no card.

2. I know you're lying

3. You're just another dumb Nigerian in a cafe surrounded by other dumb Nigerians

I'm happy to have wasted your time, though. You should get a real job...you're not smart enough for this one

Sent at 9:38 AM on Monday

me: You'll need a new email address, too. This one is going to become a problem for you...

Sent at 9:41 AM on Monday



Note: Had he had enough? Evidently not. He stayed on line so, as we were chatting, I started forwarding him other 419 emails…lots of them.



National: you must be stupid

me: How's that? I'm stupid because you're a 419 scammer?

National: you are stupid

me: Please explain so that I can understand, since you seem to be so smart...

Sent at 9:44 AM on Monday

National: what is the meaning of all this junk emails you are forwarding to me

you must be mad

me: No, I'm sharing them with you. Please note that ALL of these promise a lot more than your lousy $350,000. Recognize anybody?

Sent at 9:45 AM on Monday



National is offline. Messages you send will be delivered when National comes online.

Note: Any other day, I’d figure this was done….but Tony? I can’t write him off quite yet! Stay tuned…
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