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info.mofa.govs@gmail.com

Unread postby firefly » Wed Jul 03, 2013 3:08 am

The victim receive one email from Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning from Ghana, using the email address info.mofa.govs@gmail.com and the phone number +233264479041 - a formal intention to buy some products. One contract was needed - and the Ghanian part told the victim he need a lawyer to represent him at the signing of the contract. After the contract was signed, the lawyer, using the mobile phone +233545628156, told the victim he need to pay Ghana tax for total of USD19500, claiming that, without paying this tax, the money for the products can not be transfered.
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Re: info.mofa.govs@gmail.com

Unread postby SlapHappy » Wed Jul 03, 2013 3:32 am

Here are the Fake Documents. Every one of these documents prove that it is a scam.

Why they are fake?
They all are cookie-cutter documents made by scammers. We have seen them and similar ones thousands of times.
Two have the "Red Seal Of Truth," a round red seal. The first has the "Purple Football of Trust."
Most have the "Blue Signature Stamp" that looks like a postage stamp.
The invoice is not an invoice. The invoice has the diagonal "Approved $ Certified" Red Stamp.
The signatures in the stamps do not match the names on the forms.

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