Scam of the Day 9th May 2018


Greetings to you , My name is Diplomat Mr James Hall, I have been trying to reach you on your telephone number about an hour ago but it was not going through. I just need to bring to your notice about the release of Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) your funds from the homeland security after going through all the documents and all is legal, the Us Treasurer and the Homeland Security approved the delivery. Presently I am at John F. Kennedy International Airport – JFK? (USA) on transit with your consignment boxes and before I will go ahead to deliver this boxes to your home address, you will need to reconfirm your details to me again to avoid missing my way or making a wrong delivery.

Your full name….
Direct phone number….

After verifying your information with what I have on my file, I shall contact you so that we will make arrangements on the exact day and time that will be convenient to bring these two packages to your home address. Send the requested information so that I can proceed to meet you any day. You need to take care of the storage keeper which they are asking for $155 so as well I can take care of my flight ticket and that’s all okay, so if its okay by you let me know.

Thank you.

Regards: Mr James Hall
phone: +1(718) 289-4465

Scam of the Day 6th May 2018

Dear Beneficiary of this delayed funds,

My name is John Jayaseelan, from the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs Nigeria. I am contacting you because the Senate Committee on Foreign Relation Matters has officially instructed our good office to carry out a RATIONAL PAYMENTS of Nine Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand US Dollars ($973,000.00usd) as a form of Rewards/Compensation to all our foreign clients. Your patience was considered worthwhile and thereby has been given a due attention with respect to have endured till this relieving moment. Although some of you may doubt it but unfortunately to them, it is obviously the honest truth.

Having assimilated the message above, we advise you send your (1) Your full name, (2) Your Cell phone numbers and (3) Your mailing OR delivery address because the $973,000.00usd has already been processed in an ATM Card and awaits delivery. We have also been assured by the Red Star Express Courier Service (our courier partner) that delivery will get to your designated address within Three (3) official working days.

Note that your receiving address is very important as the delivery is programmed to be made to whatever address you provided to us.

Finally,? contact Mr. Edwin Wheeler for further directive and payment of your funds through this address,

Mr. Edwin Wheeler

Please treat this message with utmost importance.

Thank you as we wait for your quick response.

John Jayaseelan
For the Foreign
Affairs Ministry.
Federal Republic of
+234 809 552 7080

Scam of the Day 05 May 2018

FedEx Ground Package System, Inc.
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego CA, USA
Customers Service Hours–Monday to Saturday:
Office Hours Monday to Sunday:
Open • Closes 7PM

Attention Dear Voluble Customer!!!

FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego CA, USA Customers Service Hours–Monday to Saturday: Office Hours Monday to Sunday: Open • Closes 7PM Dear Customer,

This is FedEx courier Delivery Company of San Diego, the management of this Company, wishes to inform you that, we received a parcel containing an ATM Master Card valued $2.5million USD with some vital documents attached on it, for safety delivery to your residential address in your state.

This parcel was brought to us this morning by the ATM Card payment office California, with the below information’s, please reconfirm the below Information, to avoid delivery of your ATM Master Card to wrong hand.

Full names…………
Parcel owner address……
Passport/Driving License

We will register your package and send you the tracking numbers before us Proceed for safety delivery of your package as soon as you reconfirm the Required information for safety delivery.

FedEx is one of the world’s great success stories, the start-up that revolutionized the delivery of packages and information. In the past 33 Years, we’ve grown up and grown into a diverse family of companies as FedEx that’s bigger, stronger, better than ever. Waiting to read your e-mail

Yours affectionately.

Mr. Frederick W. Smith.
Chairman and CEO;
FedEx Courier Head Office
Cell…+949) 391-2960

Scam of the Day 5th May 2016

This dumb scammer seems to have trouble remembering what his fake name is meant to be.

From: Jeff
Reply-to: Jeff

You are welcome to desk of Chief Hon,Jeff Robert , Carl the inspector general of International Interpol Police Force Investigating Benin Republic.
Chief Hon,Jeff Robert Carl the inspector general
Telephone @+229 99074809
We are Working towards a corruption-free world by promoting and defending
integrity, justice and the rule of law’ Mission statement of the
International Anti-Corruption Academy,We cover West African Countries.

Attention ,

My name is Chief Hon,Jeff Robert Carl the inspector general of
International Interpol Police Force Investigating Benin Republic,This is to
inform you that the government of this country Benin Republic are sending
you the sum of US$800,000.00 which you have lost before because we got Mr
Brown John & co scamming you but We got them arrested today for such
criminal act which is against our law.

The government is rewarding this funds to you as one of the scam victim
compensation given to you.

We where able to get your email through them that extort money from you and
when the police got them arrested One of them gave us your email address
who called his name Mr Brown John while his name he told you was not Mr
Brown John because they has there scam names.

Today the president of this country His Excellency Dr.Yayi Boni has sent
aside the sum of US$800.000.00 to make it $5000,000.00 (five Million Us
Dollars in consignment to send to you through Fedex Courier Company.

We have made a concrete arrangement with the Fedex Courier Company for a
safe delivery to your door-step once the beneficiary meets up the demand of
the conveyance.

Note that all the delivery fee has been paid on your behalf. But you are
advise to send only US109.00 dollar immediately to our office for your
clearance certificate because our agent will proceed to the Benin High
Court first thing tommorrow morning so that he should get the certificate
before your consignment will leave this country because now before you
receive this message, your funds is in the Fedex Courier Company.

The Fedex Courier agent will use the certificate to obtain the transaction.

So you advice to contact Chief Hon,Jeff Robert Carl the inspector general
of International Interpol Police Force Investigating Benin Republic, Office
immediately with your full information for delivery of your consignment and
also to enable our office confirm that you are the real owner of this
Emaill address to aviod any mistake.

Your Country……..
Your Full Name…….
Your City…………
Your Telephone Number………
Your Pasport……………………..
Your Age…………………………..

Contact our Office with this information below for more information and for
quick deliver of your consignment.

Below is where you can send the US109.00 for the proceed.
Receiver’s Name……james Eze
Country……………Republic of Benin
Text Question……….We trust
Answer………….In God
Amount US$109.00
M T C N………….
Your senders conutry………….
Your senders name……………..

Pleas call our office telephone number once you Sent the US109.00 Please we
are waiting for you, we should go to court with those thiefs before
tomorrow .God bless.

Disgusting Scammer of the Day

This pathetic low life is pretending to be a charity organisation that helps sick children. Not only is he stealing from unknowing victims that only want to help those less fortunate than themselves, but he is also denying help to the real children, by diverting funds to fund his drug addiction or laziness.

Most Cheerful Hearts Foundation
P. O. Box 065-00600 Ngara, Nairobi Kenya
+254 780 780 000

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are the MOST CHEERFUL HEARTS FOUNDATION, a non profit, non political
N.G.O based in the Kambi Bulle village Isiolo County Kenya.


A. What is of paramount importance is our obligation to pay the cost of
educating the children when the parents are unable to, and fight against
HIV/AIDS in Kenya and Africa as a whole.

B. We advocate the rights of children in the line with international

C. We protect the rights of children through a long term plan of building
their capacity.

D. We provide self reliance at adulthood through career development and
technical skill training.

E. We protect the lives of the children against S.T.D and HIV-AIDS pandemic.

E. We raise consciousness about the effects on environmental degradation
on economic development.

M.C.H.F. would really appreciate your views and thoughts of the above
mentioned objectives as M.C.H.F. believe very strongly in bringing joy
into the faces of under-privileged, deprived, refugees, able and disabled
children in Kenya and other parts of Africa.

M.C.H.F. is writing to your organization primarily to affiliate with your
honorable organization to work together to help these children to be what
God wants them to be. Please, these 231 children, made up of Kenya and
Somalia refugee’s children, lack educational logistics such as children’s
literature books, computer books, used computers, educational toys,
children’s clothing and anything that will be of a great help to these
children that none of us doesn’t know what they will be come in posterity.

Anticipating your prompt reply.

Thanks & God Bless

George Henshaw
Director M.C.H.F
Tel: +254 780 780 000
Skype: mostcheerfulheartsfoundation …

+4470 – The scammer’s friend

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If you receive any email that mentions any phone number starting with +4470, then you can be 99.99999999% certain that it is a scam of some sort.

+4470 numbers might look like a normal UK mobile phone number (which start with +447), but they aren’t – the +4470 numbers are personal redirect numbers that can be redirected anywhere in the world at no cost to the call recipient. These numbers are like all their dreams come true to scammers located outside the UK as they can now hide their true location and claim to be based in the UK and have a UK phone number to prove it. You may think that you’re talking to Barclays Bank, a UK lawyer or even a member of the UK Government, when in reality you’re actually on the phone to a low-life scumbag sitting in an Internet cafe thousands of miles away.

There really is no legitimate use for a +4470 number. No one in the UK needs them as they can easily use their own mobile and if they happen to be overseas and need to receive a call then it would probably be cheaper for them to buy a local SIM card and for their contacts to call that. The only reason to have one is to appear to be in the UK when you aren’t and there really is no legitimate reason for that.

+4470 numbers are regulated by PhonepayPlus, who regulate all of the UK’s premium rate services, but it appears that they do nothing to prevent anyone from anywhere in the world getting hold of a number. There are a number of solutions to the problem. Firstly, the UK Government could suspend the numbers all together, which is unlikely to be popular with the companies that offer these numbers as they make a nice profit each time one of them is used (not to mention the loss of taxes the UK Government would make on the reduced phone company profits). If that is a step to far then there are a number of other options.

  1.  As the calls are designed to allow people to appear to be in the UK and allow UK residents to call them at a lower cost than having to phone overseas, the numbers could be blocked to callers from outside the UK.
  2. Add an announcement to all calls before connection, stating the country that the number is being forwarded to.
  3. Block the forwarding of the numbers to certain countries that are identified as likely scam hotspots.
  4. Require proper registration of the numbers (using provable identification).

Scammers will often try to disguise the fact that they are using a redirect number by using strange arrangements of the numbers or adding parenthasis, dashes, etc so that the +4470 is not immediately recognisable, so always look at the actual digits in the number.