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Roxy
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from: western unoin <wunoin40@gmail.com>
date: Nov 15, 2023, 8:36 AM
subject: fFROM WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attn.Dear.Costumer.

We have received your email and your responds is well noted in this
office today. Your first payment is already sent to you but only thing
holding your first payment now is the Tax clearance certificate and
once we obtain the tax clearance certificate you will start receiving
your daily payment of $6000 until the total $920.000 usd is complete
transfer on your name.

All we need is a Tax clearance certificate and the certificate can be
obtained on your name, so it will cost you $50 usd.and advised to send
the $50usd to enable us obtain the Tax clearance certificate from
Foreign payment coordination for releasing the payment to you, as soon
as we receive the fee of $50 today your first payment will follow it
immediately without any delaying

Go to the Money Gram or Western union or RIA and send the money
together with correct address avoid wrong transfer

Here is the information you need to send the $50usd:

RECEIVER: STEVE ADAM
COUNTRY: BENIN REPUBLIC
CITY COTONOU
QUESTION: TODAY?
ANSWER: YES

You are advised to send the fee as soon as possible to enable us to
complete the transferring of the payment to you without delay. Be
informed that this is all you need to pay. Note that you shall be
receiving the funds in the rate of $6000until the total funds of
920.000 usd is completely transferred to you.

Sincerely,
Holly Waldon
Western Union Cotonou-Benin Republic
FRAUD WARNING: The above information is being provided as a fraud warning. Do not contact the sender of the above email. The source of this information is from a scammer who is a criminal imposter. Any names of real people being used within the above information from this imposter is unauthorized and illegal. Do not provide this scammer any of your personal information. Do not send them any of your personal identity documents. Do not send them any money. Do not call any phone numbers that they provide to you. This email, and all of its content, are part of a fraudulent, criminal act and the only intention of the scammer who sent this email is to steal money and to obtain personal information leading to identity theft of the scam victim. If you received the same email (or one very similar) then stop all communication with the scammer immediately. All claims made within the email are lies fabricated by a fraudster and this criminal will never provide you any money, assets, investments, property, commodities, merchandise, employment, romance, or anything of value. Every email scammer uses a completely false identity, thus their names used in the email (and any company name, employment, occupation, street address and/or location information that they provide) is 100% fake. Any photos, scans of passports or other personal identity documents and/or any other documents (government, corporate, legal, financial, etc) or forms that they send to you are all stolen, fake and/or forged and the file attachments they send with their scam emails may also contain viruses. Also avoid all website links that any scammer sends to you because their websites are all fraudulent and may also contain hidden Malware, Trojans, Spyware and/or key loggers. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. Contact with this scammer also places you at risk of identity theft and having your identity wrongfully used for illegal activities, which can place you in legal, financial, and physical danger. Click here to read what qualifies the above email as a scam. Scroll up and click the link at the top of this page for more information about this particular type of scam. Contact us here if you had interactions with a scammer and need support.

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Following is an email that this scammer sent to another scammer. It is written in the Nigerian Igbo Pidgin English language and/or a style/dialect of English typically used by Nigerian scammers. Thus, it is very likely that this scammer is a Nigerian person:

from: western unoin <wunoin40@gmail.com>
date: Nov 17, 2023, 4:01 AM
subject: Good Morning,
mailed-by: gmail.com

Good Morning,

How are you doing ? send me your Whats App number so that we can
through Whats App or Add me for my Whats App +2348032289436,
FRAUD WARNING: The above information is being provided as a fraud warning. Do not contact the sender of the above email. The source of this information is from a scammer who is a criminal imposter. Any names of real people being used within the above information from this imposter is unauthorized and illegal. Do not provide this scammer any of your personal information. Do not send them any of your personal identity documents. Do not send them any money. Do not call any phone numbers that they provide to you. This email, and all of its content, are part of a fraudulent, criminal act and the only intention of the scammer who sent this email is to steal money and to obtain personal information leading to identity theft of the scam victim. If you received the same email (or one very similar) then stop all communication with the scammer immediately. All claims made within the email are lies fabricated by a fraudster and this criminal will never provide you any money, assets, investments, property, commodities, merchandise, employment, romance, or anything of value. Every email scammer uses a completely false identity, thus their names used in the email (and any company name, employment, occupation, street address and/or location information that they provide) is 100% fake. Any photos, scans of passports or other personal identity documents and/or any other documents (government, corporate, legal, financial, etc) or forms that they send to you are all stolen, fake and/or forged and the file attachments they send with their scam emails may also contain viruses. Also avoid all website links that any scammer sends to you because their websites are all fraudulent and may also contain hidden Malware, Trojans, Spyware and/or key loggers. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. Contact with this scammer also places you at risk of identity theft and having your identity wrongfully used for illegal activities, which can place you in legal, financial, and physical danger. Click here to read what qualifies the above email as a scam. Scroll up and click the link at the top of this page for more information about this particular type of scam. Contact us here if you had interactions with a scammer and need support.

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