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Complaint Review: Malam Sanni Musa - Dr. O.D Martins - email scam - Victorial Island, Lagos Other

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  • Malam Sanni Musa - Dr. O.D Martins - email scam 11b Akin Adesola St Victorial Island, Lagos, Other Nigeria

Email scam from Malam Sanni Musa, Dr. O.D Martins, William Wei, Mike Uba rip-off! Tried to get me to send $1800 for paperwork to inherit $38 million of which I would get 25%. Victorial Island, Lagos Nigeria

*Consumer Suggestion: Send the email to the IFCC

*Consumer Suggestion: The feds know about the Nigerian scams already

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I received 4 seperate emails From 4 Different people, asking me to help to get an inheritance from an acct of a man deceased. the first two stopped corresponding when I said I had no money and would put not money out of pocket for this. I was asked by 3rd email (Sanni Musa)to send just $1800 to cover the courier expenses and they would courier the papers to me, I told him I have NO MONEY, he actually offered to come up with $600 at first.

then I said again I have NO MONEY, so he said he could come up with and additional $550. asked me to come up with the rest and I would have the money in my acct in 3-5 days and Sanni would come to America and get his portion and seek my advise on how to invest it here in the US. this has been an ongoing correspondance for several weeks now. this is fraud on many levels. they supposedly presented me as this mans distant cousin and legal hier to his millions. I have kept all the emails and correspondance from these men. I did delete one..

I am glad I did not send any money out. like everyone else I can really use 10 million but cant afford to be taken for a ride. this is a really sick thing to do. I am a single mother and currently unemployed, I dont need to be prey for this kind of crap. is there anything that can be done legally on this?

Englewood, Colorado

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Send the email to the IFCC

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

POSTED: Tuesday, October 19, 2004

The FBI and IFCC (Internt Fraud Complaint Center)are investigating that activity. Please forward email to them so hopefully they will be stopped.

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The feds know about the Nigerian scams already

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

POSTED: Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Jeannette, you did the best thing you could have done..

There isn't much to be done about it.

You think you're in bad shape? Imagine being in Nigeria!

That's why those idiots are calling.

There is another reason, too. Sooner or later, someone will send money. Frauds only work when there is money to be made. Otherwise, they dry up and go away.

If you're unemployed, have some fun with the Nigerians. Tell them you have a rich relative who owns a grant company. Get the number from this site. Search under grant scams. Give them that number. Also, tell them about your brother-in-law Joe, who is doing the advance fee loan deal. Find that number here too.

It's a lot of fun to hook all these cons together and let them try to scam each other out of money. I'd get those Nigerians all wound up just dreaming of the money they're going to get. Then, I'd send them to the fake grant scam. Done right, this can provide endless fun, and tons of laughter!

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