Friday, July 1, 2016

Honorable Barrister Paul Williams (419 Scam)

This email came from with a reply to email of

Attn: Sir/Madam

I am Honorable Barrister Paul Williams the personal resident Attorney
here in Burkina Faso to Late Mr. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar
AL-Gaddafi of Libya c. 1942 – 20 October 2011.

Late Mr. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi c. 1942 – 20 October
2011, commonly known as Colonel Gaddafi, was a Libyan former head of
state, revolutionary and a politician, who died on 20 October 2011,
was my client here in Burkina Faso Africa.

My client Late Mr. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar AL-Gaddafi c. 1942 – 20
October 2011, was having a deposit sum of {thirty million four Hundred
thousand united state dollars} only ($30.4M USD) with a security
finance firm affiliated with African development bank here in Burkina

With the above explanation’s I want to move this money from Burkina
Faso to your country, affidavit on your name, but note that this is a
deal between me and you and should not be related to anybody until the
deal is over for security reasons, please if interested reply as soon
as possible.

Honorable Barrister Paul Williams.

1 comment:

  1. Good day to you all, I would like to advise you all about this INTERNET SCAM which can victimize anyone. Last week, on July 19, we received an email from Economic Frauds Detection and Prevention Inc. In the email, they mentioned that our company has a complaint against us… a fraud complaint. Out of curiosity, and also to check if they were telling the truth or not, we replied to them and asked for the details. After 3 days they replied saying that they cannot reveal what details they are holding until we sign an agreement with them because it is confidential. In the email, they even said that it is a 100% guarantee that we will be known around the world because of that fraud complaint filed against our company (I will not give my company detail for now for our PROTECTION).
    The next thing we did was to check Economic Frauds Detection & Prevention Inc. online. We were concerned what we read. Because our family business really matters to us we replied to their email and ask them what remedy we have (until this time we still don’t have any clue of what was the complaint about). In that same day (July 27, 2016) they replied that we have to sign up on their website and gave us the link They also mentioned a $700 fee to settle the case. Going to their website (from the link they gave) we found out that we have to pay $299 just to sign up as a member, not including the $700 settlement fee.
    We searched the net deeper to check for Economic Frauds previous clients, or anything more about them, and what we found was that they have other complaints about scamming businesses. Complaints are all over the net so we are being careful now with this kind company. We are ready whatever happens next because we know our business did nothing wrong. We are ready to face any legal actions as long as it is LEGAL…