Beispiel eines Betrugs-Emails aus der Gruppe der 419 Frauds

		
> Von: "Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)"
> Datum: 26. Oktober 2009 15:45:59 GMT+01:00
> Betreff: Advance Fee Fraud > Stop that transaction immediately !
> Antwort an: 
>
> Attention,
>
> The Federal Government of Nigeria through provisions in Section 419  
> of the Criminal Code came up with punitive measures to deter and  
> punish offenders.The Advance Fee Fraud section deal mainly with  
> cases of advance fee fraud(commonly called 419) such as obtaining by  
> false pretence through different fraudulent schemes e.g. contract  
> scam, credit card scam, inheritance scam, job scam, loan scam,  
> lottery scam, “wash wash” scam (money washing scam), marriage scam.  
> Immigration scam, counterfeiting and religious scam. It also  
> investigates cyber crime cases.
>
> This is to officially announce to you that some scam Syndicates were  
> apprehended in Lagos, Nigeria few days ago and after several  
> interrogations and tortures
 
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> your details were among those mentioned by some of the scam  
> Syndicates as one of the victims of their operations.
>
> After proper investigations and research at Western Union Money  
> Transfer and Money Gram office to know if you have truly sent money  
> to the scam Syndicates through Western Union Money Transfer or Money  
> Gram, your name was found in Western Union Money Transfer database  
> amongst those that have sent money through Western Union Money  
> Transfer to Nigeria and this proves that you have truly been  
> swindled by those unscrupulous persons by sending money to them in  
> the course of getting one fund or the other that is not real, right  
> now we are working hand in hand with Western Union and Interpol to  
> track every fraudsters down, do not respond to their e-mails,  
> letters and phone calls any longer they are scammers and you should  
> be very careful to avoid being a victim to fraudsters any longer  
> because they have nothing to offer you but to rip-off what you have  
> worked hard to earn.
>
> In this regard a meeting was held between the Board of Directors of  
> The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and as a  
> consequence of our investigations it was agreed that the sum of ten  
> thousand US Dollars (US$10,000) should be transferred to you out of  
> the funds that Federal Government of Nigeria has set aside as a  
> compensation to everyone who have by one way or the other sent money  
> to fraudsters in Nigeria.
>
> ***Please note that we will NO LONGER be liable for any loss, cost  
> or expense, whatsoever, suffered or incurred by You in connection  
> with the fraudsters. Be warned!
>
> We have deposited your fund at Western Union Money Transfer agent  
> location EMS Post office Lagos, Nigeria. We have submitted your  
> details to them so that your fund can be transferred to you. We have  
> paid the Registration and Transfer fees and for security reasons we  
> have also insured your fund to avoid misappropriation.
>
> Contact the Western Union agent office through the email address  
> stated below inform them about this notification letter and the  
> transfer of your fund;
>
> wu.ems-location1@live.com
>
>
>
> Yours sincerely,
> Maureen Philips (Miss)
> Assistant Investigation Officer.
> The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
> 15A Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.
> Nigeria
> +234 1 2625189
> http://www.efccnigeria.org

		
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> Please note that some fraudsters are claiming to be Directors or  
> staff of The Ecomomic and Financial Crimes Commission have recently  
> been sending phony e-mails/letters and also calling unsuspecting  
> persons, with intent to defraud them. It is important to note that  
> these fraudsters are criminals engaged in Advanced Fee Fraud known  
> in Nigeria as 419. Every day, people throughout the world are  
> falling victim to scams of one kind or another. But remember - if it  
> sounds too good to be true, it is probably a scam. In the  
> circumstance, we unreservedly advice you to dissociate yourselve  
> from all correspondence and transactions entered into based on  
> evidently fraudulent and fictitious claims.
> ******************************************************************************************************************

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