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Unread postby Big Al » Tue Sep 25, 2018 4:09 pm

Sir

you citizen do not have a passport and I.d card sir this is unbelivable

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Unread postby Big Al » Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:27 pm

Sir
We are working legit funds online transfer with you we acts according to the law and authority instruction, can you scan us your old i.d card we can conclude this with you, noted the activation if your online account $1,400 dollars only, scan your expiry I,d card if you are ready to have your funds online transfer.

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Re: Fake sites impersonating EFG Bank

Unread postby firefly » Thu Sep 27, 2018 4:47 pm

We have here not one, but three online fraudulent entities impersonating the same bank: one for content, another one for login and another one for the email address.

The real EFG Private Bank is part of an international financial group founded in 1995 and headquartered in Zurich. The fake one was registered in April 2017, and will expire in 2019.

The domain name supposedly belonging to EFG Private Bank Limited shows no content, being used only for the email address. The fraudsters abuse Zoho Mail for sending their correspondence. The fraudulent domain name is registered with NameCheap and operated from Nigeria.

From the fake site details:

Domain name: efglprivate.com
Updated Date: 2018-04-26
Creation Date: 2017-04-11
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2019-04-11
Registrar: NAMECHEAP INC
Reseller: NAMECHEAP INC

Registrant Name: Charles Igwe
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 78 Calmag Avenue
Registrant City: Ikeja
Registrant State/Province: Lagos
Registrant Postal Code: 234001
Registrant Country: NG
Registrant Phone: +234.9055327590
Registrant Email: charles.i1@outlook.com

There is another free subdomain used in fraud: efg-online.rf.gd.

Apparently there is also no content on the fake site:

OUR SITE IS CURRENTLY UNDER MAINTAINANCE


Well, not quite...

The victim receives a link in the email. The link shows a login page:

efg.JPG


There is a third free subdomain involved as well, where the content is visible: efgl.co.nf. The content is stolen from the real EFG Private Bank website.

From the fake site:

EFG Private is part of EFG International, a global private ing group headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. EFG International operates in around 30 locations worldwide, and its shares are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.


Contact details:

EFG Private Limited
Leconfield House
Curzon Street
London, W1J 5JB
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 745 228 2926
customersupport@efglprivate.com


+447452282926
Number billable as mobile number
Country or destination Isle of Man
Original network provider* Manx Telecom Trading Limited

For the fake site details: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=133775.

This is what the fake site looks like:

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Unread postby Big Al » Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:09 pm

Sir,
I want to let you know this, Two of uk authority officials came to our bank this afternoon and meet with our head director i did know what they came for Mrs.Jessica told me they cross check your files , why I am given you all this information I do not want your funds to be confiscated there eye are on your funds. If you like be serious i never know there next coming action,

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customercare@efglprivate.com info@oig.treas.org

Unread postby Big Al » Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:56 pm


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Mon, Oct 1, 7:04 PM (2 days ago)
to me

The International Monetary Fund Unit
Hi Sir
Have you conclude with the below bank this last notice we are confiscated your funds on 15th of this month. If you did not fulfill the bank requirement we count you as a criminal and illegal claims and you need to arrest for illegal claims and money laundering smugglers.


Here is right Bank Efg bank
Officer to contact Mr.Jeff Johnson
The email address customercare@efglprivate.com


International Monetary Fund.

David Lipto
Deputy.
Personal Assistance Richards,
Department of the Treasury
1500 Pennsy., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 202233


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Re: info@oig.treas.org

Unread postby firefly » Sat Oct 06, 2018 6:30 pm

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency impersonated in this fraud posted on their site an alert: https://www.occ.treas.gov/news-issuance ... 018-9.html:

Alert 2018-9
Subject: Fictitious Regulatory Agency Notification
Date: July 12, 2018 Description: Fictitious Notification Attributed to Officials of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Fictitious Notification Regarding the Release of Funds Supposedly Under the Control of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
To: Chief Executive Officers of All National Banks and Federal Savings Associations; All State Banking Authorities; Chair, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; Conference of State Bank Supervisors; Deputy Comptrollers (Districts); Assistant Deputy Comptrollers; District Counsels; and All Examining Personnel

Consumers have reported receiving fictitious e-mail messages, allegedly initiated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), regarding funds purportedly under the control of the OCC.

Any communication claiming that the OCC is involved in holding any funds for the benefit of any individual or entity is fraudulent. The OCC does not participate in the transfer of funds for, or on behalf of, individuals, business enterprises, or governmental entities.

Consumers have reported receiving email messages from the following email addresses, which are not associated with the OCC: [treasurydepartment@cyberservices.com] and [ddw@occ-treas.org]. The communication may include a fictitious “Letter of Authorization” with a signature name of “Anhar Tonny Coptalen, Comptroller General Of The Currency.” The perpetrators may request, among other data, bank account information, including bank statements, with the purported purpose of making a large dollar deposit into the potential victim’s account.

Before responding in any manner to any proposal supposedly issued by the OCC that requests personal account information, or that requires the payment of any fee in connection with the proposal, the OCC recommends that consumers file complaints with the following agencies, as appropriate:

OCC: by e-mail at occalertresponses@occ.treas.gov; by mail to the OCC’s Special Supervision Division, 400 7th St. SW, MS 8E-12, Washington, DC 20219; by fax to (571) 293-4925; or by calling the Special Supervision Division at (202) 649-6450.
U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Inspector General (OIG): by telephone at (800) 359‑3898 or by visiting the OIG website.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC): by telephone at (877) FTC-HELP or, for filing a complaint electronically, via the FTC’s website.
National Consumers League (NCL): by telephone at (202) 835-3323 or by email. To file a fraud complaint, visit the NCL fraud website.
Better Business Bureau (BBB): The BBB system serves markets throughout Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United States and is the marketplace leader in advancing trust between businesses and consumers. The website offers contact information for local BBBs, objective reports on more than 2 million businesses, consumer scam alerts, and tips on a wide variety of topics that help consumers find trustworthy businesses and make wise purchasing decisions.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Complaint Center (to report scams that may have originated via the internet).
If correspondence is received via the U.S. Postal Service, contact the U.S. Postal Inspection Service by telephone at (888) 877-7644; by mail at U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Office of Inspector General, Operations Support Group, 222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60606-6100; or via the online complaint form.
Consumers who have provided bank account information should contact their financial institutions immediately to report the issue and discuss options to protect their account assets. Consumers who have had their personal information compromised should visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website at www.ftc.gov and follow the guidance for identify theft.

Information regarding the subject of this or any other alert that you wish to bring to the attention of the OCC may be sent to occalertresponses@occ.treas.gov.


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Unread postby Big Al » Fri Oct 19, 2018 12:20 am

Hello
Why i am given you all this secret information is because of love I have for humanity and I don't want your funds to be confiscated from the high Authorities because of money laundering and criminal acts of Stael of funds without documentary,

Noted this important information is secret to you yesterday another meeting hold with our head bank directors Mrs.Jessica Mark and International Monitory Fund Unite and Inter-police regarding your funds the date given of 15th is over, one assistance secretly tell me is about your funds the meeting was hold for. Get back to me to know if the Authority email you, so I can know how to protect you and talk to Mrs.Jessica MARK THE BANK Head lady she is nice. officer.


Respond Urgent this is your own good and to avoid confiscated of your funds if your funds is not real here in our bank i will not border my self of emailing you is real the five million dollars, get back I never know there out meeting.


We look forward to serving you better.
Mr.Jeff Johnson
EFGLB Private Limited
Leconfield House Curzon Street London, W1J 5JB
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 744 090 3905
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Unread postby Big Al » Sat Dec 01, 2018 1:42 am

PLEASE READ THE BELOW INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY,

ATM Security and ATM Fraud Prevention Tips

ATM makes withdrawing money easy. All you need is an ATM card and information about the PIN and you can withdraw money from any ATM machine connected to your bank and other banks . This means that anyone with your PIN and the well with all to clone or steal your ATM card can withdraw money from your account via an ATM machine. now a days people know how to withdraw money from atm without pin number so will advise you to keep ATM card safe all the time.

This means that the main target of fraudsters is your PIN, secure it and you will considerably reduce the chances of losing your money to ATM fraud. Here are a few tips on ATM security and ATM fraud prevention.

there are so many types of atm frauds, ATM froudstars keep changing it so they could not get caught. Work hard and never you look for how to hack atm card and get the pin because if your caught you may face a jail term. people who know how to activate atm card for online transaction don't really have problems because they sit at their open convenience and trade, pay bills and do transfer at will.

If you have lost your ATM pin or password and you want to know pin number of atm card. Kindly visit your bank location nearer to you and lay your complaints.
Change your ATM default PIN as soon as the card is issued to you

Your ATM card comes with a default PIN, which can easily be compromised due to handling and paper trails. Because of this you should change your ATM PIN as soon as possible. Simply slot it into an ATM machine and select change PIN. The safest place for your ATM PIN is your memory/brain

As soon as you change your ATM PIN commit it to memory. It is safest in your brain than in any other place. Destroy all paper trails about your ATM PIN and all other confidential account access information. An ATM PIN written on paper can be found by a fraudster and used against you, so keep your ATM PIN safe in your memory.
Change Your ATM Pin occasionally or when you think it is compromised

On the internet there is a security tip that you should change your password every six months. This is not a bad tip for your account access Pin either. The longer you use an ATM Pin, the greater the chances of it being compromised. If you have any reason to believe that anyone can sign your signature, you are most likely to change it. Apply the same common sense (wisdom) for your personal identification number. Simply slot it into an ATM machine and select change PIN. Move from Magnetic strip to PIN and Chip

ATM cards that work with magnetic strip technology can be easily cloned than the ones that work with PIN and chip. ATM cards dependent on PIN and Chip technology provide better security. Nigerian banks now offer PIN and chip ATM cards.

Report missing ATM cards to your bank ASAP

Once your ATM Card gets IT7GOIHLCXXXBHS5RDTFor you suspect that your identity has been stolen or your banking details have been compromised, including your ATM PIN do not hesitate to inform your bank to block it as soon as possible the card and prevent any access to your account.
Do not reveal your ATM Pin to anyone

Not even your bank will request for your ATM Pin details. As such, not third party has the right to request for such information, under whatsoever guise possible – be it via SMS or email. Discard such prompts. You could be just a step away from being hacked by a fraudster.

Your ATM PIN is the sole passport to your account, never disclose it to anyone. Remember to change your ATM PIN frequently to guard against activities of fraudsters.

The tips discussed above will greatly help in safeguarding your ATM details and card from theft.

Get back to after you ready this message,


Jeff Johnson
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Re: ubukahelen@naij.com

Unread postby Wayne » Sat Aug 24, 2019 5:42 pm

PAYMENT CODES RELASE TO YOU

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23 Aug at 18:01

HARLMARK BANK PLC,
Plot 33, Territory,Nigeria P.M.B. 0187,
Lagos.

COMPUTER AND MONITORING UNIT,HARLMARK BANK PLC OF NIGERIA,(HBPN).

DEAR BENEFICIARY.

Following the irrevocable Presidential payment notice to Central bank
of Nigeria to release all outstanding Inheritance claims in this last
Quarter of the year 2019 as a new payment Resolution policy.

After our close door meeting with all concerned Ministries, local
banks and financial Authorities involved in the payments of over due
Inheritance payments .

We discovered that your file was dumped because some Sacked Bank
officials were trying to divert your payment to their private bank
Account unofficially without success, That was why i was instructed by
the Hon. Minister of Finance and the Federal Government of Nigeria to
contact you for payment update Via bank to bank wire transfer.

We apologize to you over the delay to transfer your fund today into
your nominated receiving bank account immediately.

Meanwhile the transfer arrangements on your Fund was perfected after
agreement with the Hon,Minister of Finance Mrs .Zainab Ahmed, Who
presented the new bank account normalization letter from Minister of
Justice authorizing me to release your approved funds into your
accounts immediately.

Now your new Payment Reference No.35467721, Allocation No: 67487632
Password No: 33988331, Pin Code No: 55674 and your Certificate of
Merit Payment No: 103, Released Code No: 0763; Immediate Telex
confirmation No:-111411433; Secret Code No: XXTN04413. Having received
these vital payment information numbers, therefore you are now
qualified to receive your funds within 48 hrs. DOCUMENTS NO
4784994/FNG/2019

The telex report and transfer slips will be forwarded to you
accordingly by then the fund will reflect in your account immediately
without any waste of time as you will also confirm this in your Bank
Account.

The transfer would be done ASAP, So we are advising you to Send the
Sum of $80.00 being the PRESIDENTIAL OFFICIAL CREDITING FEES FOR THE
TRANSFER of your fund.

Send the $80.00 through the secretary to the Hon, Minister of finance
, to enable us perfect the transfer.

RECEIVER'S NAME ; CHARLES NWAVEH

ADDRESS --LAGOS --NIGERIA.


AMOUNT $80.00 ( One Hundred And Fifty United States Dollars ).

BY MONEY GRAM OR WESTERN UNION AND CONFIRM THE SENDER NAME AND
ADDRESS AND REFERNCE NUMBER.

I will call your bank as soon as I hear from you before making thetransfer.

PLEASE RECONFIRM YOUR BANKING DETAILS TO AVOID WRONG PAYMENT INCLUDING
PHONE, FAX NUMBERS AND YOUR ID AND ALSO THE NAME OF YOUR ACCOUNTANT/
MANAGER.

Cheron Liburd
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COMPUTER AND MONITORING UNIT,HARLMARK BANK PLC OF NIGERIA,(HBPN).
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Unread postby Big Al » Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:15 pm

SEND THE $100 DOLLARS TO LEGALLY THE ATM CARD AND THE BACK UP DOCUMENT
AFTER IT THE TRACKING NUMBER WILL BE GIVEN TO YOU TO TRACK ON LINE
FOR NEX24HOURS DELIVERY SHIPMENT DONE BY ME AND THE AGENT SHIPPER
WAITING TO HAVE THE LEGALLY TO BE DONE SO DO SEND FEE TODAY.
HERE IS THE NAME OF THE OFFICER MADE TRIP TO AFRICA HE WILL PICK UP
THE FEE GET TO US HERE, I HAVE RECEIVE WARN LETTER FROM THE
AUTHORITY WE NEED TO FINALIZE THIS BEFORE WEDNESDAY

RECEIVER NAME.. CHARLES NWAVEH
ADDRESS . LAGOS NIGERIA


AS SOON YOU SEND DO SEND ALL THE INFORMATION BY MONEY GRAM OR WESTERN
UNION. DO RECONFIRM YOUR ADDRESS ONE MORE THIS IS TO AVOID WRONG
SHIPPING,

GET BAC URGENT.

MRS.HELEN UBUKA
BANK INFORMATION AGENT UN.
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