Scam #2202 2/3/2019 3:13:00 PM

Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2019 07:43:07 +0900 (JST)
From: western union ~ 12345.@arion.ocn.ne.jp>
Reply-To: western union ~ ww.w.w.western.union.com.nig@gmail.com>
Message-ID: ~1637674131.176450628.1549233787402.JavaMail.root@arion.ocn.ne.jp>
X-Originating-IP: [185.220.102.8]

Western Union Money Transfer.
Address: no. 5 western avenue Abuja
West africa, ' Nigeria

Attention please

This is to notify you about the latest development concerning all your payments that are left in our custody which your were supposed to receive ending of last year 2018. Besides, you were given a bill of $250 in order to receive your payments of which we didn’t hear from you for sometime now....

Hence, our western union is now offering a special bonus to help all our customers that are having their payments in our custody due to of prices in other words; we are now requesting that you should only pay the sum of $65 only to receive your payments.
Besides, my dear these are the opportunity for you to comply and your funds shall be transfer to your designated address.

But remember that after (3 days) you did not make the payment then we will retrieve your transfers, so try to avoid this problem because this year is not like last year.
gain after (three days) we will enter a new project for the year and that is the reason why we decided to help you before we enter into the new project.
So we advise you send only $65 today so that we will register and update your payments for you to start receiving your $5000 daily as from today.
Be advice that there is no time again for we to call any person on phone unless you will call. Phone: Tel: +234 7031 330 620


After the payment of $65 you will start receiving your money every day 5000 But in silp of $2500 through western union until your total amount of funds $1.2 Million is fully paid to you. Below is the mtcn numbers which you will use to pick up the first $2500 it will be update in few hours time once we receive the fee from you.

Senders Name Udo Johnson Emake
MTCN 441-946-3942
Question: Best Color
Answer: Yellow
Amount: $2500

Don’t expose this numbers to anybody else. You should send the $65 through western union money transfer with the written information below and email me back with the payment informations once you do that.

SEND THE REQUIRED FEE TO THIS INFO:

RECEIVER NANE : EGINI MAXWELL EKENE

COUNTRY: NIGERIA
CITY ABUJA
QUESTION: TODAY?
ANSWER: YES
The moment you do that, write out the payment infomations written on the payment slip, forward it back to us which will enable in confirming the payment you sent such as,
MTCN#
SENDER'S NAME
SENDER'S ADDRESS
AMOUNT:
Note; this is the only payment you are required to make in this regards for every other fee have been waived by the Federal Ministry.
As soon as we confirm the fee today, we will immediately activate your mtcn# and notify you then you go and pick up your first payment today as stated. Please note that you need to go along with your passport ID or Drivers license when you need to pick up the transfer today okay.
Waiting on your urgent respond.
Sincerely,
Sender: Mr. Eze Benjamin
Western Union Abuja Nigeria

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If you send money to this scammer or to any scammer,please
In the US...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at www.ic3.gov and include the case number of the police report
in the UK...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at www.actionfraud.police.uk and include the case number of the police report

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