Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Central Bank of Nigeria ATM email scam

Below you will find the text of - Attention: Beneficiary, ATM - email scam. This appears to be sent from - Revbarry Will []. August 6, 2008. Reply email as - As many spammers use additional reply to addresses.

If you recieve message like this one, add the sent from address to your denied senders list, report the message to SPAM@UCE.GOV and report to the spam & abuse department of the sending domain.

Don't just delete these scammers and fraudsters - report them.

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Attention: Beneficiary,


Account normalization of your banking details has been delayed by International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Financial Services Authority (UK). This has made it necessary for your contract payment to be programmed into HSBC Visa Atm Debit Card. The total fund in question is $18,800 Eighteen Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars Only. This is the first part of the Payment of which the balance will subsequently be paid into same account. The Central Bank of Nigeria, (CBN), working in relationship with HSBC London and also Leeds Bank in London and Union bank in USA has concluded to issue you a VISA CARD with which you can access your contract /beneficiary amount$18,800. Eighteen thousand Eight Hundred Dollars. This card center will send you an ATM card which you will use to withdraw your money in any ATM machine in any part of the world, but the maximum is One Thousand United States Dollars($1000) per day. So if you like to receive your fund in this way, please let us know by contacting the ATM payment department and also send the following information as listed below:
1. Full name
2. Phone number
3. Address where you want them to send the ATM card to (p.o box is not acceptable) 4. Your age and current occupation.
5. Age And Occupation
You are advice to contact the director of ATM CARD payment officer for more directives,

Name: Barrister Yoon Kyung
Director, ATM payment department
Cell: +234-8066225523

The ATM card payment center was mandated to issue out $18,000 as part payment for this fiscal year 2008 to you so bear with us. Also for your information, you have to stop any further communication with any other person(s) or office(s) to avoid any hitches in receiving your payment. Note that because of impostors, we hereby issued you our code of conduct,which is (ATM-811) so you have to indicate this code when contacting the card center by using it as your subject.

We anticipate your total compliance to this message immediately.


Yours in Service,
Okoro, Simpson E.
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