Mr. Isa "Scammer" Bello is a "bank manager" in Burkina Faso, a west African nation. "An abandoned sum" of $10.5 million once "belonged" to a "foreign customer" who "died" in the Concorde crash in Paris in 2001. No "next-of-kin" has ever claimed the "FUND," of course, and Scammer Bello keeps on reminding us about the "FUND" in all CAPS LOL. He claims that a "Burkinabe" cannot "stand in" to receive the money that doesn't exist. See more "next-of-kin" scam samples Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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