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    Hi everybody!

    well, i ve just received an e mail -supposedly from Crime Commission of Nigeria-.
    I had written to the section "contact us" of the Nigerian Police Web site like 2 months ago -more or less- so that my e mail they could have got from there.....

    But i don t know if answering this e mail, confiming my e mail address, or if it could be just a trap..... well, it s clear that in this case they aren t asking me to send money, but on the contrary.... anyway, i d like to know your opinions, above all considering that i think other people in the forum had contacted Nigerian Police too, if i am not mistaken.....

    The title of the e mail they sent me is "SPELL" (IN my claims to NP i had talked about my losing money to the spellcasters hands..)

    then there is another recipient´s e mail address, which i copy here, just in case:

    [email:ehbr9s6p]w.sheila89@yahoo.com[/email:ehbr9s6p]

    and the e mail address from the senders is:

    [email:ehbr9s6p]efcc.nigeria1@cyberservices.com[/email:ehbr9s6p]

    i couldn t see all the headings cause i am with the old yahoo , but if sbdy wants me to go to the new system and try to look for it, just ask.

    I hope you can help me, perhaps others of you have received the same e mail.....

    i want to know what you would do if so...

    Many thanks
    it s very valuable to count on this space to consult these things... :D



    Hello,

    We have some group of people in our custody, which have in one way or the other collected or scammed you of your money from Nigeria.
    we want to be sure if this email address is correct and we will be glad to help you get your money back.



    Economic and Financial Crimes Commission & the nigerial police (NPF)

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    Just another scam, EVERYTHING COMING FROM NIGERIA IS AN SCAM!

    http://www.419scam.org/419-bl-n.htm

    Please check this page with all the blacklisted email addresses from the Nigerian scammers (very long list). If you search for cyberservices.com you will see this email address listed
    [email:1nn8h3m6]nginvestigatingcybercrime2@cyberservices.com[/email:1nn8h3m6]

    Is not the same email you received, but it is the same server and probably the same scam!

    Hope you don't fall for it!

    Good Luck
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    HOPE:

    What a pity......

    i had got some hope.....

    So you wouldn´t even answer them? i mean, what can they be searching for, intending, with sending this e mail to me......?

    sorry if i seem a bit naive or ignorant in my questions.....

    Greetings from
    Fabiana

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    Well..... i ve just checked not only the list Hope suggested, but also on Google..... and i found more than one post about fake e mails supposedly sent by ifcc nigeria..... the worst of all, all different e mail addreses.... so better to forget about the e mail....

    Good night people, it s late by me, but i still have to have dinner....

    Fabiana

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    Maybe this article will help:

    http://home.rica.net/alphae/419coal/

    My favorite part:

    THE FIVE RULES FOR DOING BUSINESS WITH NIGERIA

    Courtesy of The 419 Coalition

    [list=1] 1. NEVER pay anything up front for ANY reason.
    2. NEVER extend credit for ANY reason.
    3. NEVER do ANYTHING until their check clears.
    4. NEVER expect ANY help from the Nigerian Government.
    5. NEVER rely on YOUR Government to bail you out.[/list]
    Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance. (Confucius)

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    I received this email earlier today.

    "Hello there,i know you dont know me and this mail might be strange to you but i just have to let you know before its too late,I am steve Balton,i work with America Security Agencies,i met powerful pelebe online some months ago,i wanted him to help me with my problems,he took over $7000 from me and nothing worked for me.I decided to track his IP and got access to his website and email address which makes me confirmed that he s a cheat and a con artist,i got your email address from his box,he deceives people and ripped them off their money,i have reported him and he s on trial now,if he has ever taken any money from you report his case to [email:jh5qda8j]spellcastersunited@gmail.com[/email:jh5qda8j],they are the group of real and genuine spell casters,anyone who not in that group is fake,if you currently working with any spell caster send his name to them and they will verify if he s real or not..and they give out names of real spell casters as well,they gave me the woman who just helped me.
    Beware of all this fake people who just take our money,if you suspect any caster report him or her immediately to the group above.

    I hope this help.


    Steve Balton
    ASA,
    Houston,TX
    77090
    832-397-6292"
    Anyone else received anything like this? I haven't emailed the supposed email of true spell casters but if any wants to check it out, that would be a big help!

    Just wanted to make everyone aware

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    Also the email address that "Steve Balton's" emailed me from is [email:1tla6slk]s.balton@aol.com[/email:1tla6slk].

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    It is probably from nigeria, we seen it before.
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    It is for sure a scammer. Most likely Coraleec it is someone you have gone to in the past. There is no spellcasters united. Ironically, I have seen that very same type of thing sent to someone else in the past, but I can't recall exactly who we found it to be, but do recall it was traced back to a known scammer. Such a trip what tactics scammers will use.

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    Im gamed..ill email them.

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    lol, it will be fun to know who the member's of the "spellcater united group" are.
    maybe we should all send them requests and make them go crazy with the "new business" they are getting
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    @Hope that is a great idea. If they are so bold to email someone then the perosn should be so bold to reply....ill let you know what turns up.

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    I also saw it on a blog, I think it's the one in gold where a gazillion frauds post speaking of this spellcasters united group. It was just a scammer promoting another scammer, or maybe them promoting themself, while posing as another. That phone number appears to be a Texas number. I can't play along, as I am leaving here in just a bit, but look forward to seeing what you discover. From what I recall it was a big time scammer, whose name will ring a bell. It could be that someone else copied it, but certainly it is a scammer. No valid caster would send out a random solicitous email.

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    Yeah, I didn't think it was too legit. It seemed a bit odd.
    It is probably pelebe himelf trying to earn more credit. By dissing himself he's luring people into another trap of his just by a different name.

    I've kind of given up on the spell caster search and I haven't been in contact with one for a while, let alone a new one but I do think I came across pelebe of heard of him earlier in my search months ago. Oh well.

    Plus, I think spirits I'll focus on getting help from my spirits. They seem FAR more reliable than some anonymous spell caster. lol

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    Yea they are scammers.. I sent them the name of 3 casters. One name was the name of a well respected caster in Nigeria and very well known as well. The caster has been on radio shows and in the media. In addition his email address is published and below the fakers changed the extention of his email address to ymail but the used his real name. so here you have it twom more scam artist to add to the list.



    We cross checked there names,3 of them are not registered casters
    therefore they liars,beware.
    You can try any of this 2,they are registered and they have good
    records,we will punish anyone who cheat customers,that's our rules.
    Prophetess Elebu ibon. - Elebuibon@ymail.com
    Psychic Jinadu - Jinaduewele@hotmail.com
    One of the casters you mentioned steal prophetess elebu's name.
    Report anyone who you don't trust to us immediately you notice.

    stay in peace.

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    Geez!

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    These people are so stupid.

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    I know. hehe Seems the only they they are sometimes clever in is making up lies.

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    They just dont quit either. I sent them the link to one of the real persons information and they wrote back saying that people know about his powers so they like to steal his name. While providing a fake email address at the same time. I wrote back and told them they are the scams.

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