Scammers are currently picking on Carman Lapointe for some reason. In this one, they say she just went to Nigeria from Canada, after "a series of complaints from the FBI and 'other security agencies'" around the world. There have been a "high volume of fraudulent activities" going on, which is just exactly what this scammer is doing, and he's even got a story on the UN's website to back it up. The link just tells who she is, with an image of her.
Then they go off on a tangent to describe an "overdue payment" that is "due" to you. They say "Carman" has "authorized" the Nigerian government to "effect" your payment of $10.5 million into your personal bank account. This has been "approved" by the Canadian government and the UN, and your only "fee" will be for notarization. If you take the bait, the fees will be never ending, with one excuse after another about where the "money" is. In truth, there is no money.
Then they begin to tell you that "someone else" is interested in your "fund," which does not exist, of course, so that you will hurry up and take their bait to try and get it. "Carman," of course, has only a "limited amount of time in Nigeria," so you better hurry up. This is just another 419 flavor. It kinda sounds like 'Rocky Road' LOL.
Don't fall for it. As always, there is no money. People have been killed trying to get 419 money after spending thousands in "fees." For more samples of this scam, Click Here.
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