Thank you Sir for your information, I called Western Union and all they would give me was the city that they were cashed in. They said if I needed more
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, Sep 21, 2005
Thank you Sir for your information, I called Western Union and all they would give me was the city that they were cashed in. They said if I needed more information on this I had to report it to the police or FBI for investagation and they could demand who recieved the money, the person who gave the money out , and photo ID, they would not give me any of this only by order of the police or FBI. She last told me that she was going to the British Embassy in Nigeria to see if they could help her out of Nigeria. She said that they were going to send her home with no extra expense because she already had a ticket back home but could not use it because of the accident but I have not heard a word from her since. I do not know if anyone in that country could check with the British Embassy about her or not but all help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Mike Perry
You probably already know this, but whoever picked up the Western Union Money Orders had to show valid picture ID. I believe that info could be obtained from the Western Union Head Office in Victoria Island.
On Mon, 19 Sep 2005 08:10:18 +0200 (W. Europe Daylight Time) moderator@... writes: > New Modus Operandi of Fraudsters > > On September 12th, 2005 Mr. M. Perry sent the CNG an e-mail > narrating a > story how his close friend was involved in a car accident in Nigeria > and > then suddenly became stranded and/or missing. He requested that we > help > him locate the friend and help in rescuing her. > > The story went like this: > > Mr. Perry met Ms. M. Carter online at an internet dating site in > June > 2005. They both fell in love and
established regular > communication. The > modes of communication were mainly online voice over the internet > protocol > (VOIP) chatting and exchange of e-mails. Mr. Perry resided in the US > while > Ms. M. Carter claimed to be communicating with him from London. > The URL > of Ms. Carters e-mail addresses were @... and @... > (both > were free e-mail accounts that could have been registered from > anywhere in > the world). That of Mr. Perry was @.... They never > communicated on > regular telephone line, so it could not be confirmed whether Ms. M. > Carter > was actually initiating or receiving the VOIP calls in the UK. Ms. > Carter > sent a picture of a blonde haired white young lady in her early > twenties > to Mr. Perry as her picture. Mr. Perry reported that Ms. Carter > claimed to > be a University graduate and
a Briton. Analyses of Ms. Carters > e-mails > however revealed series of grammatical errors that made it difficult > for > me to believe that these e-mails were drafted by a reasonably > educated > person, let alone a Briton with a University degree. > > By mid July, 2005, Mr. Perry reported that Ms. Carter suddenly > decided to > embark on a missionary trip to Nigeria. On arriving in Nigeria > however, > she became a victim of a serious motor vehicle accident that > warranted > intervention of a rescue team who took Ms. Carter, unconscious, to > the St. > Nicholas Hospital in Lagos. Dr. Sofowora Oluwole assessed Ms. > Carter and > realized that she had sustained multiple fractures and > intra-abdominal > bleeding. He subsequently decided that Ms. Carter would require an > emergency life saving operation in-order to save her from
dying. > Meanwhile, Ms. Carter was still unconscious and the hospital > management > could not locate her relations or anyone that could stand for her. > > In the bid of locating Ms. Carters relations, the St. Nicholas > Hospital > Management, as represented by Dr. Aban Coker, decided to send out > soliciting e-mails to all e-mail addresses they could recover from > Ms. > Carters address book. The management used > saint_nicolas_hospital@... as the St. Nicholas Hospital > official > e-mail address to send out their e-mails. By a stroke of chance > however, > they suddenly came across the name and e-mail address of Mr. Perry > which > they believed stood out among others. They subsequently decided to > send > Mr. Perry a detailed account of what had happened to Ms. Carter. > > Dr. Aban Coker, using poorly constructed street English,
and on > behalf > of the management of the St. Nicholas Hospital, exchanged series > of > e-mails with Mr. Perry explaining that Ms. Carter had serious > conditions > that required surgeries, otherwise she would go into renal failure > and > die. He explained that Ms. Carter had some money on her, but this > was not > enough for the required hospital bills after being converted into > naira. > He urged Mr. Perry to urgently send money by the Western Union to > Dr. > Sofowora Oluwole or Mr. Desmond at 16A, Victoria Island, Lagos in > order > to save Ms. Carters life. > > Eventually, Mr. Perry parted with more than $8,500.00 dollars via > many > Western Union money transfers to these suspects for the hospital > bills > and air-ticket to transport Ms. Carter back to the UK. > > Having realized that his money had
disappeared and his lover was not > close > to departing for the UK from Nigeria, and without any clue of her > where-about since she left the St. Nicholas Hospital, Mr. Perry > decided > to contact the ConcernedNigerians for help. > > I studied Mr. Perrys story thoroughly and I came to a conclusion > that > things were fishing. I expressed my fears to him. He initially did > not > believe that Ms. Carter, might after all, be a fraudster. I sent > e-mails > to Ms. Carter with hope that she would reply me, but I seriously > doubt > this. > > Please be ware of this new fraudulent strategy and be careful. We > will > keep you updated as events unfold about this case. If you have any > suggestions as per cracking this case however, please contact me at > the > moderator@.... > > Together we shall eradicate
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