|06-13-2005, 06:31 PM||#1|
تاريخ التسجيل: Jul 2004
الإقامة: Saudi Arabia
نصب وإحتيال (وارد نيجيريا) تحذير للجميع
[font=Arial]وردتني الرسالة التالية من نيجيريا وأعرضها لكم كنموذج لما وصل اليه النصب والإحتيال وبالطبع فكل ما فيها مفبرك وكلام خارم بارم وهي رسالة استدراجية تثبت لكم غباء مرسلها المركب أولا لأن القصة "واسعة " ثانيا لأن حساباتي كلها في سويسرا ها ها أقصد سويسرا الزلط :[/font]
N0 4 Sanni Abacha Court
ASLAAM ALIKUM !!!
It is with heartful of hope that I write to seek your help in the
I am Mrs. Maryam Abacha the wife of the former Nigeria Head of
State, Late General Sani Abacha, whose sudden death occurred on
8th of June, 1998.Having gotten your particulars from the family
catalogue, I have no doubt about your capacity and good will to
assist me in receiving into your custody (for safety) the sum of
US$ 48 Million willed and deposited in my favour by my late
husband.This money is currently kept in a Trust Deposit Account
as a diplomatic baggage, with WASFSC Security Company.
As it is legally required,the asset of my late husband is under
the authority of our family lawyer named barrister Tony Williams.
Unfortunately, the new Democratic Government has on assumption
of office set up a Panel of Enquires to probe the financial
activities of my late husband (Former Head of State) with a
decision to freeze all his assets. President Olusegun Obasanjo
with his investigation teams has also gone to the international
media to continue his war against my family through BBC
The investigation teams have submitted their reports; presently
some cash and assets have been frozen and seized.Fortunately,
with our family lawyers assistance we secretly protected the
Personal Will of my husband from the notice of the investigators
and have strictlyadvised that the willed money be urgently moved
into an overseas account of a Trusted foreigner without delay
for security reasons.
The government had longtime ago placed foreign Travel Embargo on
all our family members and seized our international passportsand
all our local and international business outfits.
The situation has been so terrible that we revirtually living on
the assistance of well wishers. In view of this plight therefore,
I expect you to betrustworthy and kind enough to respond to this
call tosave my children and me from a hopeless future byassisting
me in receiving this money into your overseas account for safe
keeping until our International Passports are released to us
after the investigation is concluded.
I hereby agree to compensate your sincere and
candid effort in this regard with 18% of the fund
when finally received in you bank account, 5% set aside for
Our Attorney has perfected arrangement with the
Financial Security Company to effect complete
dislodgment of this money within a week of the receipt of your
They have equally guaranteed 100% smooth
transfer.Please reply through my E-mail:[email protected]
address first for security reason.
Please all contacts must be made through our family lawyer
Barrister Tony Williams of Regency & Associates Lagos Nigeria
I look forward to your quick response, may Almighty
Allah bless you.
MRS. MARYAM ABACHA
|06-13-2005, 07:12 PM||#3|
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تاريخ التسجيل: Jul 2003
الإقامة: New York
بارك الله فيك اخي الكريم .... وهي شبكه عالميه للنصب تتعقبها اكبر اجهزة مكافحة الجريمه في العالم ..... علي سبيل المثال ... هذه اخر نشره من مكتب التحقيقات الامريكيه الفدراليه .. عنهم .... ويمكن لكل من يتعرض لنصب منهم عليه ان يرسل رساله الكترونيه الي هذه الجهات ويشرح لهم ... ربما يساعد ذلك في تعقب هؤلاء المجرمين المعترفين .....
African Criminal Enterprises
African Criminal Enterprises impacting the United States are criminal groups organized by members who predominantly originate from Nigeria, but also with some criminal groups originating from other African countries, such as Ghana and Liberia. In the United States, African Criminal Enterprises have been identified in several major metropolitan areas from coast to coast, but are most prevalent in Atlanta; Baltimore; Washington, D.C.; Chicago; Milwaukee; Dallas; Houston; New York; and Newark.
Nigerian Criminal Enterprises are the most significant of the African Criminal Enterprises in the United States and are also operating in more than 80 other countries of the world. They are a significant emerging criminal threat confronting law enforcement agencies worldwide. Nigerian Criminal Enterprises are some of the most aggressive and expansionist international criminal groups and are primarily engaged in drug trafficking and financial frauds.
African Criminal Enterprises have developed quickly since the 1980s due to the globalization of the world's economies and the great advances in communications technology. The ease of international travel, expanded world trade, and financial transactions that cross national borders have enabled African Criminal Enterprises to expand their roles from more traditional local and regional criminal groups to that of targeting international victims and developing criminal networks within countries and regions of the world with greater prosperity. The political, social, and economic conditions in African countries such as Nigeria, Ghana, and Liberia have contributed significantly to some criminal ethnic groups from these countries developing criminal enterprises worldwide, and within the United States.
Drug trafficking of Southeast and Southwest Asian heroin into Europe and the United States, as well as cocaine trafficking from South America into Europe and South Africa are the most profitable activities of the Nigerian Criminal Enterprises. The money laundering aspects of this criminal activity has also greatly contributed to Nigerian Criminal Enterprises establishing themselves on every populated continent of the world. With large populations of ethnic Nigerians in India, Pakistan, and Thailand, Nigerian Criminal Enterprises have cultivated direct access to heroin supplies in these regions of the world which account for more than 90% of the worldwide heroin production.
Financial frauds by Nigerian Criminal Enterprises have accounted for losses estimated to be one to two billion dollars in the United States alone, and may be twice as much worldwide. These schemes are diverse and target not only individuals but businesses and government offices as well. Insurance fraud involving automobile accidents, healthcare billing scams, and life insurance schemes are tremendously profitable for Nigerian Criminal Enterprises. Bank, check, and credit card fraud schemes are also very lucrative. Advance Fee schemes, also known as 4-1-9 letters are worldwide problems, especially with the advent of Internet e-mail systems. Document fraud, to develop false identities, contributes to the difficulty of law enforcement in all countries to stem the flow of Nigerian Criminal Enterprise activities.
التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة Samir Ibrahim ; 06-13-2005 الساعة 07:18 PM
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