"FBI" vs. THE FRAUDSTARS

Lewd Noogie returns! The Lads are back, this time posing as FBI agents, to "help" him get back the money he didn't lose to the last lot.

After my highly successful gig with the dictatives of the EFCC, I was more than a little surprised to find that I was still frequently receiving email offering me large sums for my help in recovering money from Dead Bank Customers, Over-invoiced Contracts, lotteries I had not entered and other dubious transactions. It could only mean one thing - that there were more 419 fradstars out there than I first realized and they had merely been lying low until I resigned my EFCC commission. Well I'm back, and who better to team up with to end this once and for all than the FBI.

Inspector Kelvin/Alex/Charles Smith - Schizophrenic Special Agent for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (London Branch)
Tunde Bolaji - The Banker
Emmanuel Udom - Mysterious Whistleblower
Lewd Noogie - International Hotel Consultant and ex-EFCC dick


Inspector Alex Smith

Saturday, November 5, 2005 X-Originating-IP: [82.160.33.132] [<--- hmm, "PikoNet", a Polish web design firm?

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
FEDERAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT LONDON UK
154 BROWN HILL PATH, LONDON, ENGLAND. E9 5QD.

ATTENTION

This is to notify you that we have been informed by the management of western Union Money Transfer that alot of people have been engaged in transaction involving money and other valuables with fraudstars In western part of Africa.With due respect to this, we believe that they have committed a fraudulent crime by sending the money and other valuables.It might interest you to know that the Interpol and the FBI is investigating this matter and we have a good report now.If you fall within this category and you are intrested in recovering your money and other valuables, please indicate by answering these questions:

(1) Tell us your full name
(2) Country of Origin and where you currently Reside
(3) your address and contact Number (phone Number)
(4) Occupation
(5) State the name of the suspected fraudstar
(6) The Country Where he/she is now
(7) State the amount you have been defrauded
(8) Any picture involved(if yes please send us a copy)
(9) His or her contact information(email,Phone number or fax)

The reply to this questions will be needed within 24 hrs so as to be certain with all the information we have here to carry out our investigations, and all replies should be forward to:

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.

INSPECTOR SMITH ALEX.
Email: fbiagency_uk@hotmail.com
Fax: 448701350667
Mobile: +447040116979
Thanks for your co-operation.



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

Fri, 4 Nov 2005

Agent Smith,

As I suppose you are already aware, I was twice a victim of fraudstars from Nigeria. I had paid a total of $17,500 to an individual in Lagos and another $1,300 to another individual purporting to be with the EFCC who was promising to assist me in getting my money back. I am relieved to see that the American government is finally beginning to take an interest in these crimes.

I don't know if there's any possibility of me recovering at least part of my money but if there is anything I can do to help you bring these crudes to justice, please don't hesitate to ask.

Sincerely,
Lewis D. Noogie



Agent Kelvin(?)

Hello Lewis,

I am very sorry that you are one of the victims and I assure you that we shall get the suspect and he shall be prosecuted for it and you will get your money back. But however, you were told to that If you fall within this category and you are intrested in recovering your money and other valuables, please indicate by answering these questions:

But you did not send any of the informations us.

(1) Tell us your full name
(2) Country of Origin and where you currently Reside
(3) your address and contact Number (phone Number)
(4) Occupation
(5) State the name of the suspected fraudstar
(6) The Country Where he/she is now
(7) State the amount you have been defrauded
(8) Any picture involved(if yes please send us a copy)
(9) His or her contact information(email,Phone number or fax)

But you did not send any of the informations us above.

Note that the reply to this questions will be needed within 24 hrs so as to be certain with all the information we have here to carry out our investigations, and all replies should be forward to:

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.INSPECTOR SMITH ALEX.
Email: fbiagency_uk@hotmail.com
Fax: 448701350667
Mobile: +447040116979
Thanks for your co-operation.

Regards,
Agent Kelvin



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

Sat, 5 Nov 2005

Inspector Smith,

Following is the information you requested:

1. Full Name - Lewis D. Noogie
2. Country of Origin - I am originally from Kiev, Georgia, and I have dual Georgian-UK citizenship.
3. Current Address - c/o Zayebis Hotel and Resort, Gadyukina, Kurgan Oblast, Russian Federation Tel: 7-095-964-8597
4. Occupation - International Hotel Consultant
5. Name of Fradstar(s) - The original duper was named Chukwubueze Ikechukwu and the man claiming to be from the EFCC was named Henry Car.
6. Country Where He/She is now - I presume they are both still in Nigeria
7. Amount I was defrauded - $17,500 by Chukwubueze Ikechukwu and $1,300 by Henry Car.
8. Pictures - There were no pictures exchanged.
9. His or her contact information(email,Phone number or fax) - Once I realized that I had been swendled I'm afraid I destroyed my previous computer in a fit of rage. I will see if I wrote any of the information down anywhere.

Inspector Smith, I do hope there is something that you can do to catch these miscreants. I want to be as helpful as I can and I also want to say it's quite an honor to be working with you and the FBI. Yours is an agency having a reputation world-wide for being without equal.

Sincerely,
Lewis D. Noogie



Inspector Alex Smith

Mon, 07 Nov 2005

Mr, Lewis D. Noogie

We are happy to inform you that we've gotten the information we needed from you and we assure you that we will do the best we can to get the suspects so that you can have your money back.

However, please you will have to tell us what kind of transaction that led to that amount of money($17,500 and the $1,300). We the FBI are working under Interpol, so that we can help our citizens out of this bondage from Nigerians.

Morever, It might interest you to know that 4 citizens of United State of America recieved their money from here after they helped us with vital informations and support. We also want you to know that with your help, it will do us alot of good to carry out our investigations. You are not going to recover part of the money given to them, but all. So please you have to help us so as to help you.

We hope to here from you soon.

Thanks for your co-orpration.

Regards.
INSPECTOR SMITH ALEX



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 8, 2005

Inspector Smith,

It's a long story as to how I got sucked into the clutches of those swendlers. I received a letter from Mr. Ikechukwu about a year ago asking for my help in moving $17.5 million dollars from Nigeria to Latvia where I was living at the time. He said he was an employee of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company and that the money was surplus from an over-invoiced contract that would be confiscated by the government and used to buy bullets and other dangerous stuff. Being the humanitarian that I am, I agreed to help him. Over the course of the transaction which lasted about 3 months, it was necessary for me to pay $17,500 in for opening accounts and various fees. I finally realized that Mr. Ikechukwu was a duper. When I asked for my money back he disappeared.

About 2 months after that I got a letter from a dictative Henry Car who said he was chief boss dick at the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and was going to help me recover my money. I had to pay him $300 in court fees and another $1,000 for some paperwork. After that he also disappeared. Both of these men had accomplices but I don't remember their names.

I wrote to the US Secret Service website and I presume your contacting me is a result of that letter. I can't tell you enough how pleased I am to have the FBI on my side now. I really want to catch these guys and everyone else involved in these schemes. Catching them is to me even more important than recovering my money, so if there's anything I can do to help, just let me know.

Please keep my informed of your progress in capturing these hudlums.

Sincerely,
Lewis D. Noogie



[The inspector has a new alias...]

Inspector Charles(!) Smith

Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Tue, 8 Nov 2005

Hello Mr. Lewis D. Noogie,

I got your information on my desk and we are to notify you that investigations have been going on right now. I am so sorry that i didn't reply you immediately, that was because we just concluded on a case with one of our client who happens to be a victim in the hands of a fraudster. She just recieved her money today.

However, We will like you to know that the Chukwubueze Ikechukwu who collected $17,500 from you is a family man with 4 kids. He is now residing in South Africa with his family, but to make things move very well, with the communication of the Federal Government of Nigeria we now have 2 suspects at hand now. That is to show you that it wasn't only Chukwubueze Ikechukwu who was involved in the transaction.

We are also delighted to notify you that with the interogation by the Nigeria Force over there, it has been confirmed that the money was deposited in a Bank;(UNITED TRUST BANK OF NIGERIA).

From what we have investigated,the real name of Chukwubueze Ikechukwu is Chidi Nnabueze. Also the other suspects are John Okafor and Micheal Obi. This are the people working for him and they are in the Federal Governments hand right now.

We want to let you know that the Bank was also included in the deal. This Bank were the money is been saved has decided to pay back the money which was instructed by their Federal Government.

It might also interest you to know that our three officials are courently in Africa now to carry out the investgation which was instructed by the Fedral Goverment of Nigeria.

We also like you to view the pictures of the suspected criminals and see that we are actualy carrying out our investigations. In the pictures, the dark one is Mr. Micheal Obi while the other fair one is Mr. John Okafor. We are yet to get Mr Chidi Nnabueze (Chukwubueze Ikechukwu) picture.

The Bank where the money was saved, is yet to let us know how the money will be paid to you.

We shall get back to you as soon as the bank gets in touch with our officials over there today or tomorrow.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.
Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com

Thank you. Inspector Smith,


[Considering that my old pal "Chuks" Ikechukwu was captured by the dicks at EFCC target="_blank">last month, I can only assume that he escaped and is now on the run in South Africa...]


Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 9, 2005

Inspector Smith,

This is great!!

I must commend you and your department on the speed with which you closed in on Nnabueze and his gang of thugs. I knew that once the FBI got involved that we'd get some real results. I can't tell you how excited I am to be a part of this! And judging from their pictures they are a desparate looking bunch.

Thanks for your help and advice. By the way, my friends call me Lewd (short for Lewis D.).

Lewd



Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Wed, 9 Nov 2005

Hello Mr. Lewis D. Noogie,

We have been informed by the United Trust Bank of Nigeria through our Officials overthere on how you will wish your money be transfered to you. We have contacted the Federal Government of Nigeria on the Bank Tax Rate which might be made possible not to be paid, but the Federal government insist that the Bank Tax Rate must be paid so as to serve as a punishment to you and to meet the Banks economy.

With due respect sir, we will also wish you to know that this is what the other Victims do to recover their money and valuable items. We also wish to let you know that we are not charging you for anything but what we want you to do is once you confirmed that your money has been recovered, please endevour to come to our office which the address has been sent to you on our previous information or write back to us, so as to be published on air to protect our United State citizens from fraudsters.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.

Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com
Thank you.



[And here comes Banker Lad!]

Tunde Bolaji

Wed, 9 Nov 2005

UNITED TRUST BANK OF NIGERIA

BANK TAX RATE

Hello Mr. Lewd. D,

We have been informed by the Federal Government of Nigeria, also in connection with the Federal Bureau of Investigaton (FBI) to pay back the sum of (N2, 450,000 .00) which is equivilent to $17,500 which was deposited by one Mr. Mr Chidi Nnabueze who happened to be notified as a fraudster in our great country (Nigeria).

We will like you to know that since the money was deposited in the Bank, the Tax Rate has gone up to N280,000 .00 which is equivilent to $2000.



We will like you to also know that once this is been paid by you which has been ordered by the Federal Government of Nigeria, your money will be transfered to where you want it.

It might interest you to know that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Federal Government of Nigeria will confirmed this payment before the money will be transfered to you.

Also you should know that the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are witnesses to this transaction so as to be certain with their investigation.

This copy will be sent to you by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and also be saved by the Federal Government of Nigeria .

With due respect and an apology by this great organisation, we hereby urge you to please fill in the question below thus;

1. Your Name
2. Your State and where you currently reside
3. Contact Address, Phone Number /Fax Number
ANY AULTERATION ON THIS COPY WILL BE RENDERED INVALID

Once again we apologize for the inconviniences that must have be caused on you.

Thank you.
MR. TUNDE BOLAJI
Managing Director
United Trust Bank of Nigeria (UTBN)



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 10, 2005

Inspector Smith,

I thank you for forwarding the tax information from the United Trust Bank of Nigeria. They neglected to indicate a return email address but I was able to find a reference to that bank on the internet and I have them an email in response.

I very much appreciate the help you have given in this matter.

Sincerely,
Lewd



Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Thu, 10 Nov 2005

HelloMr. Lewis D. Noogie

We are suprise that the United Trust Bank of Nigeria has not sent you the Bank Tax Rate which was sent to us.We sent that one to you so that you can keep a copy of of it.It also indicate that we are really doing our work here.So what we want you to do is to wait till it is sent to you.We want you to please see the picture of Mr. (Chukwubueze Ikechukwu ) whose real name is Mr Chidi Nnabueze and his wife.They both live in SouthAfrica.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.
Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com

Thank you.


[Inspector Smith sends separate pictures of Chuks and his wife. Time to confuse things a little by throwing out a fictitious banker's name...]


Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

Thu, 10 Nov 2005

Whoa!

Mrs. Nnabueze is hot! I gotta hand it to old Chuks - he's not very bright, in fact he's dumb as a fence post, but he sure does ok in the women department. Her daddy musta owed Chuks money or something. I've got an idea, why don't you throw his ass in jail for a couple hundred years and introduce me to her! Are their kids old enough to move out on their own?

I'm in touch with a Mr. Kobanni of the United Trust Bank. Friendly guy, he's telling me that the bank charges are negotiable and he thinks he can get me a better rate. I don't understand why I have to pay anything at all. I was only trying to help a man in need.

Thanks.
Lewd



Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Thu, 10 Nov 2005

HelloMr. Lewis D. Noogie

We will like to inform you that we dont understand what you are trying to do .What exactly are you saying? are you trying to help a man in need or are you trying to tell us that you are not interested in what you clame to be yours?

It is quite unfortunate that you have to put us in such a stress which we had to spend alot of money in sending our officials to Africa to investigate on the matter,which you currently know that the money is not been charged on you.It might interest you to know that we are not here for jokes,so please if deffinitly you want to joke with us, we advice you to please stay off so that we can conssetrate on over 200 clients we have now.

We are proud to let you know that we have a client whose money is ($250 000) which was fraudlently taken by a fraudstar who is inTogo now. And we have half of the money been transffered to his account number today.He paid theBank Tax Rate before the money was transffered to him.

I hope you are aware that you were called by our officals in Nigeria to speak with the Bank managing director for your money to be transffered.

We hope to point it clear to you that Bank Tax Rate is not negotiable, so if you realy want your money back, you have to write back to the bank to tell them when the Bank Tax Rate will be paid, and they will let you know who the money will be paid to.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.
Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com

Thank you.



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 11, 2005

Inspector Smith,

I found your last letter somewhat confusing.

Of course I want what is mine, otherwise I would never have reponded to you in the first place. You were the one who said that this bank tax was partly to 'punish' me, and all I said was that I didn't understand why I was being punished for trying to help Mr. Nnabueze prevent that money from falling into the wrong hands.

And I don't understand what you mean at all when you talk about me 'joking'. I assure you, sir, that this is no joking matter. Sometimes my care-free, easy-going demeanor is mistaken for humor but this is not the case here.

And no, I was not aware that your officials in Nigeria tried to call me - when did they call and whom did they speak with? I was in the hotel all day and I received to information that someone had tried to contact me.

As far as the bank tax goes, I have ALREADY been in touch with the bank and Mr. Kobanni there in Lagos told me that it is negotiable. He said he will get back to me today with their best rate. I should point out that Mr. Kobanni is a Nigerian banker and I think he probably has more knowledge and experience in these areas than an American FBI agent.

Look, Agent Smith, I don't want to sound like I don't appreciate the help you have given me, because I do. I think you did a fine job of tracking down the people who swendled me. You still haven't caught that guy Henry Car but I think it's only a matter of time. Having said this, I do think the focus of this project has now shifted from the criminal aspect to the financial. I assure you I am working with the bank and I expect this to be wrapped up within a matter of a few days.

Now what about Mrs. Nnabueze? Can you set me up?

Lewd



Tunde Bolaji

Fri, 11 Nov 2005

Hello Mr.Lewd Noogie

We will like you to note that the Fedral Government of Nigeria has given you, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation the optimum of three days to pay up Bank Tax Rate so that the sum of $17,500 which happened to be yours will be sent to you immediately.

Thank you.

MR. TUNDE BOLAJI
Managing Director
United Trust Bank of Nigeria (UTBN)



Tunde Bolaji

Fri, 11 Nov 2005

Hello Mr.Lewd Noogie

We will like you to note that the Fedral Government of Nigeria has given you, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation the optimum of three days to pay up Bank Tax Rate so that the sum of $17,500 which happened to be yours will be sent to you immediately.

We will like you to know that the Federal Bureau of Investigation who happen to be the witness to this will recieve the money from you so as to make sure that they know about the payment which was made by you.

However, the payment should be sent to inspector smith overthere and you let him know how he is going to recieve it from you,so that it will be sent to us by him. Thatwill make us believe that the money really came from him.because it will be sgin and sealed by him.

Thank you.

MR. TUNDE BOLAJI
Managing Director
United Trust Bank of Nigeria (UTBN)



Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Fri, 11 Nov 2005

Hello Mr.Lewd Noogie

We recieved your last letter and we want to let you know that it is not or might not be confusing to you if you really understand what we are trying to tell you.

We want to understand that we are trying our best to make sure that our citizens are having the best of time by recieving thier money or valuable items back.

It was confirmed by the Fedral Government of Nigeria that the Bank Tax Rate must be paid to the bank, for economical reasons. And it might interest you to know that Bank Tax Rate are not negotiable not even in any country.

It might also interest you to know that due to what you have said we met the bank managing director to confirm if they were telling us the truth or not, also we had to make sure that we get the names of staffs working in the bank allover Ngeria,but to our suprise we found out that the Bank which is having 22 branchs allover Nigeria has no staff called Mr. Kobanni in Lagos,not even in any branch.

So Mr.Lewd Noogie, if deffinitly you have somebody by that name who claims he works with the bank then i believe you now have another scammer who is trying to get some money from you again.

So we will advice you to stay off that person or become a victim again.We also want you to know that the person whom you claimed callected $1,300 from you is also been investigated, but we cant give you full details on that until we are very sure of what we are doing ,just like that of $17,500.We dont do that until we are very sure of what we have and the pictures.

We wish to let you know that we are always very serious with what we are doing and we will make sure that we get the criminals and hand them over to their Government.

The bank will let you know how the Bank Tax Rate will be paid, if you really want to pay it.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.
Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com


Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 12, 2005 Inspector Smith,

This is all getting even more confusing.

Mr. Kobanni tells me that he knows you personally, and now you're telling me that there is no such person. He also told me that Mr. Bolaji is not the director of the bank but merely a teller who was fired for stealing money from the bank to buy drugs. He said Mr. Bolaji may also still have access to the bank's email system and that's how he probably got my name.

What Mr. Kobanni says makes sense. He said that Bolaji would most likely request payment of this tax by Western Union, which he said a reputable bank would never do and that he will be sending me the bank's pay-to account number to make the payment. Inspector Smith, he sounds very professional to me.

He informed me last night that he has been able to get the tax reduced to $1,275. By changing the type of account the money was being held in he was able to add interest earned to the $17,500, which paid part of the tax off. I tell you, this guy is good.

Look, I understand how thing work in places like Nigeria. I know that the tax is probably less than the $1,275 that he quoted me, and that he is probably gonna skim a little for himself. But hey, it's still less than that guy Bolaji was trying to rip me off for.

Do you think we should investigate Mr. Bolaji? Have you ever actually met him in person, in his bank? I will do anything you require to assist you, just let me know. By the way, I'm impressed with your efforts in investigating Henry Car. I suspect you'll have him in custody before long.

Uh, regarding Mrs. Nnabueze - any progress there? Does she have email? She's going to be lonely with Chuks away in the slammer. I can help.

Lewd



Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Sat, 12 Nov 2005

Mr.Lewd Noogie

We are very happy that you are giving us information on Mr. Kobanni who tells you that he works in United Trust Bank of Nigeria.We want you to please do us a favour by asking some questions on this so called Mr. Kobanni who claims to know who we are.We will like you to keep our infomationg away from him and ask him somethings which will make you belive if we are doing our job or not.

1 Ask of his full name
2 Where he lives in Lagos Nigeria
3 His possision in the United Trust Bank
4 Ask him to send you Mr. Bolajis picture whom he told you is a teller and also his own picture as what he claims to be then you send it to us to see.
5 Ask him to tell you when the bank was founded and also tell you when he was employed into the bank.
6 Ask him to tell you when and how he met (me) inspector smith which he currently told you that he knows me. I want to point it out to you that i am not in Niegria now and i have not been there for your case,if you will remember i told you that our officals are there.they are 7 officals and 2 agent called Agent Briam Kelvin and Agent Morris Kample with the State Security Service of the Federal Goerment of Nigeria (SSS) met Mr. Bolaji at the bank .
7 Ask him to tell you how many branchs dose the bank has and the address of the head qurter in Lagos where he claims to be working.

It might interest you to know that our officals left here on tuesday 7th of November to Africa which i told you eralier on and it took them six hours to get down to Nigeria.And Mr. Bolajis was met on that day with the (SSS)for interogation and we were handed the hole document of thebank,with this it was confirmed that he is the managing director of the bank.We want you to ask him all the questions above without giving him any information of this to know if we are saying the truth or not.This will make you believe you have another scammer now trying to play with you again. We ahev alot more details to give to you but we want you to get your money first and get back to us so that we can tell you more expirience our officals are having over there.We want you to know taht the picture you see here happened to be the managing directors picture in case he sends you something elase.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.
Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com
Thank you.


[The budget cuts being experienced by the American intelligence agencies are beginning to tell. Now the FBI is asking ME for money to send their agents after the bad guys...]


Inspector Charles/Alex Smith

Sat, 12 Nov 2005

Attention Mr. Lewd Noogie,

Our Investigation is still going on with that of Henry Car. We receive a call overthere in Nigeria today by our Agents investigating on the suspect that they are about going to South Africa to Arrest Mr. Nnabueze that they have gotten where is living and they are in need of $1,800 for the accomodation and other things.

It might interest you that we have already make alot of expenses of $6,500 in your Investigation Sir in getting down the suspected crimes.

Sir, We will be very much appreciate your effort if you can put in your effort in sending our Agents in Nigeria the $1,800 so that it will enable them in going to South Africa to get Mr. Nnabueze and send him to Jail for fraudulent act. We will like to know when you are sending them the $1800 so that we can give you the informations in sending the money to them.

We wish to let you know that we are always very serious with what we are doing and we will make sure that we get the criminals and hand them over to their Government.

THE DESK OF THE SPECIAL AGENT.
INSPECTOR CHARLES SMITH.
Email: inspectorsmith@walla.com
Thank you.



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 12, 2005

Inspector Smith,

I have just received information regarding Mr. Kobanni that I want to follow up on. I will find out if he truly is a scammer and, should that prove to be the case, I will hand him to you on a sliver platter. I will get back to you shortly

Stand by.
Lewd


[Enter the whistleblower. He sends five pictures: the imaginary Mr. Kobanni, himself, and three of Mr. Kobanni's previous victims...]


Emmanuel Udom

Sat, 12 Nov 2005

X-Originating-IP: [209.191.85.140] [<-- Yahoo]
emmanueludom_unitedtrustbank@yahoo.com

Hello Sir,(Mr Lewd Noogie)

In respect to your reply to my boss email address(Mr.Kobanni), I want to infor m you that he his a SCAMMER and i also want you to know that he his just acting as if he is working with the United Trust Bank of Nigeria of which he his lying to you.

My boss (Mr. Kobanni) which claim to be working in this bank as used this type of tactics for three Citizens in different countries and scam them with $125,000.

Attach is my boss (Mr. Kobanni)picture and the 3 people he scammed with the amount of dollars he ripped from them. Their names are written under the pictures been attached. Please Sir do not let him to know about this cos he his going fire me if he dos.

1st is Mr. Kobanni picture, the rest three pictures are the picture of the people he scammed. Sir, attached is my own picture at the end. Any other pictures been given to you apart from all this pictures are fake or invalid. He scammed the first person $65,000, 2nd person $45,000, and the 3rd one been scammed was $15,000.

Please sir my boss is a SCAMMER. He is not walking for the Bank. He his trying to collect your money and wallop it and thats the end. Please sir, don't fall into his trap or be one of his Victim.

Sir, I'm not asking anything from you neither money but beware of my BOSS (Mr. Kobanni) he his trying to rip from you Sir.

Please be warned and beware not to be scammed once more time.

Have a GoodDay Sir.

Regards.
Mr. Emmanuel Udom,
(Mr. Kobanni Staff).



Lewis D. "Lewd" Noogie

November 13, 2005

Mr. Udom,

I want to thank you for the courage you have shown in bringing this to my attention. It takes a lot of grit to jump in to prevent a crime when you see one happening. My hat is off to you sir.

Your warning has come at a propitious time. I am currently in contact with the London office of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in connection with previous scams that I was caught up in and they have agents there in Nigeria even as we speak. I think between you and I we can bring Mr. Kobanni to justice.

First I need some information to feed them:

1. You say Mr. Kobanni does not even work at the bank (I can't believe how completely he fooled me) - where does he work and what is his job? It would be great if you can give me an address that I can pass on to the Feds.

2. Do you know where Kobanni lives? Again, an address would be very helpful.

3. This Kobanni is your boss, yes? What exactly is your job?

4. Any other information you have about Kobanni would be useful.

Do not worry about anything, I will not divulge to anyone where I got this information and I will keep you informed on anything that I hear back from the FBI.

I thank you again sir, and this brave action on your part deserves rewarding. As soon as Kobanni is behind bars I will send you a little something for your keeping me from becoming a victim again.

I'm in your debt.
Lewd


[So here's my dilema - Kobanni is a scammer and does not work for the bank. Judging from his email address, Mr. Udom DOES work for the bank. Kobanni is Mr. Udom's boss. This means that Kobanni works for the bank. But Kobanni is a scammer and doesn't work for the bank. There's a logic here that escapes me but I'm sure the lads can come up with a reasonable explanation...]


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