Has anyone ever talked with Chief Willie Obiano of Fidelity Bank of Nigeria. Willie is the Director and his face appears on the Fidelity bank website. I mean he appears to be a real person and not a fiction.
My story is that a Barrister Iain Wright contacted me and told me that a Mrs. Susan had left me her inheritance. I briefly emailed the lady when the telephone started to ring and I knew what to expect if I answered it. I decided to answer the telephone anyway to ask what he/she wanted from me? My account number? My routing number? The Barrister said no! That he was going to the court house tomorrow to procure the necessary documents, and did I follow? Barrister Wright emailed my the affidavit and instructed me to email the director Mr. Obiano and demand they transfer the funds.
I was petrified because I don't trust anybody from other countries, I've been burned to badly. But I wanted to prove to myself that I could relate to people from other countries and so I did what the lawyer said. I guess I was nieve almost like buying your kids stuff when all they want is attention.
After paying alot of money in fees..the lawyer mandated the process and transfer of the funds to Barclays Bank in London. Fidelity wanted $160,000.00 in VAT fees before they'd proceed with sending me the documents via courier. They'd loan me the money at 20% interest. Hello!! I don't have that kind of money laying around. And no thank you on the loan.
Well, long story short. Mr. Bentley from Barclays Bank said that his bank was different. Wrong!! After paying me some money they also wanted about the same before they'd wire me the money. Oh! they demanded I take their loan to cover the $200,000.00 or else they were going to come after me for money laundering and other criminal charges, and ruin my career.
I vanish. I changed my telephone number and blocked his emails and told him I left the country. If you want me you come after me. I might be stupid to have beleived I'd see some money come my way but enough is enough. No loans for me.
Last I heard the attorney Iain Wright was raising money to get the mandate pulled back to Fidelity Bank in Nigeria. I told me, I don't care what he does. All I know is I don't have anymore money for any thing.