Report: #161037

Complaint Review: Bank Of Nigeria

  • Submitted: Mon, October 17, 2005
  • Updated: Mon, October 17, 2005
  • Reported By: BRIDGEPORT Texas
  • Bank Of Nigeria

    Bridgeport, Texas

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I received an email with this one man. He had told me about a large sum of money that he was going to give me a percentage of it. He had to contact the next kin folk of mine and he need personal information about me. I gave him the information. I'm scared that he will show up and harm my family. Thank you

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#1 Consumer Suggestion


AUTHOR: Dave - (U.S.A.)

If you gave him personal banking info, CANCEL THE ACCOUNT, or he will take every penny you have in it. This is a scam, it's been going for years. They have no money for you, all they want is your banking info so they can clean your accounts out.

If you gave him your ssn, you need to contact the FBI and local police to report a possible identity theft, include the credit companies too.

Do not hesitate on this. You have to do this immediately!
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Be Careful, This is one of the oldest ripoffs through E-Mail.

AUTHOR: John - (U.S.A.)

Be very careful and watch your accounts and personal information on your credit reports carefully. In the past, they have contacted with a follow up asking for your bank account to process the money throuh and they will leave you the promised commission. instead what they do is clean out your bank account.
if you have already given your account as part of the "personal" information contact your bank immediately and try to get your number changed and let them know what happened.

Best of luck to you...........
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Known Scam

AUTHOR: Mark - (U.S.A.)

This is a well documented scam. If you have given the man bank of social security number. I suggest you change your bank account number or switch bank. If you given out your social security number you should monitor your credit report several times a year to see if there are loans or credit cards that does not belong to you. This scam usually goes after the money you have in the bank.
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