Report: #957695

Complaint Review: NHE certification programs or National Housing Enterprise

  • Submitted: Sat, October 20, 2012
  • Updated: Sat, October 20, 2012
  • Reported By: David — United States of America
  • NHE certification programs or National Housing Enterprise

    United States of America

NHE certification programs or National Housing Enterprise SCAM SCAM NHE certification programs SCAM!! Internet

*Consumer Comment: NHE scams have gone on for years.

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Constant emails from NHE certification programs or National Housing Enterprise 'scholarship sponsor' programs is a total and complete HOAX!!

The National Housing Enterprise, the one based in Namibia is getting it's name tarnished by other scammers probably from Nigeria. Most Americans don't know geography and so this would slip pass the average person.

Here is one of the emails:

Dear Sir,
Request For Urgent Business Relationship

We have the pleasure to make this surprising but mutually benefiting business proposal. I am a member of the newly inaugurated committee for the privatization of the private land of the NHE (National Housing Enterprise), in Namibia. The members of the committee are interested in the importation of goods into the country with funds presently floating in the Central Bank of Namibia / Namibia National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) foreign payments account. I got your address through the office of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The federal military government of Namibia, intends to lease these properties to private individuals and companies. This is to make the land more viable, resourceful and to increase property value for owners worldwide. This privatization is in-line with the recommendations of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a prerequisite for future financial assistance BLAH-BLAH-BLAH...

Tip: the beginning of the link address should have https://. Phishing fakes will just have http:// (no s). If still in doubt, make a phone call to the financial institution to verify if the email is legit. In the meantime, if an email seems suspicious to you, do not trust it. Being skeptical could save you hundreds of lost dollars.
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#1 Consumer Comment

NHE scams have gone on for years.

AUTHOR: John Rothstein - ()

I was a victim of these scammers myself. I've tried to research them lately but I'm having a hard time finding anything. Maybe they are finally out of business?
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