Subject: CONTACT THEM IMMEDIATELY
I have Paid the fee for your Cheque Draft.but the manager of financial trust bank Benin told me that before the check will get to you that it will expire.
So I told him to cash $1,5.000.00 USDollars and all the necessary arrangement of delivering the $1,5.000.00 in cash was made with Abeex Courier company Benin Republic.
Please write a letter of application to the given address below.
Dr.Mr, Abraham Martins
PHONE: [ DELETED ]
EMAIL: [ DELETED ]
Please, Send them your contacts information to able them locate you immediately they arrived in your country with your BOX .This is what they need from you. Note that they did not know the content so dont tell them the content.
- YOUR FULL NAME
- YOUR HOME ADDRESS
- YOUR CURRENT HOME TELEPHONE NUMBER
- YOUR CURRENT OFFICE TELEPHONE
- A COPY OF YOUR PICTURE
- YOUR AGE
Mrs Mercy Johnson.
Very interesting to read your article .. I receive about 5 such scam mails a day and these days I play them at their own game, suggesting I need my expenses up-front … they never arrive of course.
A few years ago however, I met a ‘pen friend’ from Angola in Amsterdam. He had actually managed to get a trunk of new printed $’s out to Amsterdam which was kept secure in an unmarked building on the outskirts of the City…. This was about $15m in $100 notes but overprinted with security ink ….. hence the need for laundering !!
I backed out of the entire process but it does show that the money/funds do sometimes actually exist !
60 Minutes aired a segment that covered just this type of scam – U.S. dollars overprinted with security ink. So it’s a good think you backed out.
The scam involved a bit of magicians slight of hand and fake “security ink”. The con “demonstrates” to the mark that the process is “real”. Then tells you that the chemicals to remove the “security ink” are extremely expensive . At which point, they hit you up for cash to buy the chemicals. But all you end up with is a suitcase filled with black pieces of paper.
Some very smart and wealthy people have, unfortunately, been taken by this scam.
Wasted 2 months of my time and I even took the yellow fever vaccination because they had me thinking it was a real deal.
Luckily, all I did was the vaccination. They are really good and I’m going to list all someone of the names they given me through our 2 months of emails.
Rufus Ojewole [email@example.com] – After some researches, he has posted numerous inquiries on the web asking for beef meat, safety boot, medical supplies, cosmetics, Air Conditioners…basically they will buy whatever it is you have for sale.
They are very convincing, will send you a fake import license and even type up a Purchase Order. They won’t ask you any money upfront but eventually they always do.
They wanted to open up a bank account in Benin because the government wants to control the flow of money coming in and out of the country so I would need to require to deposit a initial amount around $2,000~$3,000 USD.
Total BS…I asked for a reference overseas, they gave me a phony name and email named John Kazz which if you were to google will get dozen scam links from Spain.
The phone does work, but it’s a mobile phone, besides that you can’t find their company listing and the address is non-existence.
Dr. Rufus Ojewole
Company Name: Ets.Rojewole & Fils
Address: 84 Atinkanmey, Cotonou
Post Box: 89 Atinkanmey, Cotonou
Tel: +229 96 71 70 57
Their so-called board of directors:
On board the board of trustees are the following persons:
1. Dr Koffi Adjovi ( President/Chairman )
2. Engineer Daniel Odjo ( V/President )
3. Mrs Solange Kpanou ( General secretary )
4. Mr Pierre N’souvi
5. Mr Adegbola Ahmed
6. Dr Rufus Ojewole ( General Coordinator )
Good luck and stay away from this guy or any of the names listed above!