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    Angry Standard Trust Bank of Lagos, Nigeria

    I am writing to you because just this morning I was about to send another
    1,375.00 to this bank for a courrier to deliver a signatur card to my husband so that the bank would send the estate of the Late Adam Kiley in the amount of 7,900,000.00 to our us account.So far the only information we sent them was a picture of my husbands drivers liecence . Barrister Steve Landis was the intial contact person. he told us everything should be kept quiet.....STEVE LANDIS & ASSOCIATES.
    (CORPORATE,INVESTMENT / MARITIME SOLICITORS
    & GENERAL LEGAL PRACTITIONERS)
    209 ROAD, 'R' CLOSE HOUSE 2B FESTIVAL TOWN,
    LAGOS NIGERIA.
    E-MAIL ADDRESS : slandis_associates84@hotmail.com
    ALTERNATIVE EMAIL ADDRESS : slandis_associates@uymail.com

    Dear Kiley,

    Mr Adam Kiley was my client and he was among the victim of the bomb
    explosion that took place on 27th January 2002 lagos Nigeria. who is a
    national of your country, and an oil consultant/contractor with via
    Nigerian
    Liquidfied Natural Gas(NLNG) my client deposited the sum of
    US$7.9Million
    dollars(Seven million Nine Hundred Dollars) with a SECURITY COMPANY. On
    maturity, after some months I couldn't hear from my client again and
    finally
    I discovered from his contract employee (Nigeria Liquidfied Natural
    Gas)
    indicating that my Client was among the victim of the bomb explosion.

    And it was clear that he died without making a will to any of his
    relation
    with my office. All attempts has been made to see if I could get any of
    his
    relation but all of no available. I therefore decided to look for a
    foreigner bearing the same name with my Client who will stand as his
    next of
    kin to claim this fund. The total sum of US$7.9, is still with the
    SECURITY
    COMPANY. No one will come and claim it except the next of kin to my
    Client.And according to Nigerian banking law, the money will revert to
    the
    ownership of the Nigerian Government. If the account owner is certified
    death and no body comes forward to claim it.

    This is the situation, and my plan is looking for a foreigner who will
    stand
    in as the beneficiary/next of kin. This is simple. All you have to do
    is to
    send me Your company name and address if any,Your telephone and fax
    numbers
    which i will use to process and procure all the legal papers/documents
    that
    backs you up as the true next of kin to my client and I will submit it
    to
    the Finance house for proper Claim of the fund and we are going to
    share in
    the ratio of 60% for me 40% for you.

    There is no risk involved.Because i will use my position as attorney
    and
    prepare all the legal documents/papers the SECURITY COMPANY may/would
    demand
    from you for this transaction.If you are interested, please reply and
    be
    rest assured that this transaction could be most profitable for both of
    us.

    I am waiting for your quiet reply.

    Respectfully,

    Barrister Steve Landis.

    N/B:

    Every response to my alternative E-mail

    Address: slandis_associates@uymail.com

    now what do I do?????

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank Lagos,Nigeria

    You have fallen victim to a very old internet scam. Did you know this person? Or did you believe it was too good to be true? Did you ocnsult an attorney before sending any money?

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank Lagos,Nigeria

    Here's information on this type of inheritance fraud, as a form of advance fee fraud. Don't send more money. See if your local police agency or state attorney general's office is accepting reports of this type of loss, or can suggest a police agency which does. (The U.S. Secret Service used to collect information on these scams, but they don't appear to currently have that information on their website.)

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank Lagos,Nigeria

    If it sounds too good to be true, it is.

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank Lagos,Nigeria

    This Barrister Steve Landis sent us his international passport and his call to bar papers and his official I.D. is there anyway I can get some help from the government to if not get my money back to prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law??

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank Lagos,Nigeria

    I doubt that any of the documentation you received is real. If it is, my guess is that it was stolen or copied and you are dealing with somebody who presented the stolen documentation.

    If you wish to pursue the possibility of prosecution, you need to report the incident to a law enforcement agency as described above.

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank Lagos,Nigeria

    Quote Quoting peggin_pattie
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    This Barrister Steve Landis sent us his international passport and his call to bar papers and his official I.D. is there anyway I can get some help from the government to if not get my money back to prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law??
    There is no such person and the cops will never find the real thief.

    Passports and call to bar papers can be made by any sixth grader with a halfway decent computer and printer.

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    Quote Quoting peggin_pattie
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    I am writing to you because just this morning I was about to send another
    1,375.00 to this bank for a courrier to deliver a signatur card to my husband so that the bank would send the estate of the Late Adam Kiley in the amount of 7,900,000.00 to our us account.So far the only information we sent them was a picture of my husbands drivers liecence . Barrister Steve Landis was the intial contact person. he told us everything should be kept quiet.....STEVE LANDIS & ASSOCIATES.
    (CORPORATE,INVESTMENT / MARITIME SOLICITORS
    & GENERAL LEGAL PRACTITIONERS)
    209 ROAD, 'R' CLOSE HOUSE 2B FESTIVAL TOWN,
    LAGOS NIGERIA.
    E-MAIL ADDRESS : slandis_associates84@hotmail.com
    ALTERNATIVE EMAIL ADDRESS : slandis_associates@uymail.com
    You sent a picture of your husband's drivers license? I would be careful to watch out for identity theft and also on some drivers licenses the social security number is on them. You may find yourself getting bills for credit cards, loans, and his credit being ruined.

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    Default Re: Standard Trust Bank of Lagos, Nigeria

    Did you look up his name on the net in "Steve Landis + Nigera guess what comes to the top of the list? Another letter, different name and the exact same amount, $7.9 million
    http://www.quatloos.com/Posted_Letter.php?ID=14415
    STEVE LANDIS

    TO YOU JOST

    STEVE LANDIS AND ASSOCIATES
    (CORPORATE,INVESTMENT / MARITIME SOLICITORS
    & GENERAL LEGAL PRACTITIONERS)
    209 ROAD, 'R' CLOSE HOUSE 2B FESTIVAL TOWN,
    LAGOS NIGERIA.

    Dear Jost,

    Mr Adam Jost was my client and he was among the victim of the bomb
    explosion that took place on 27th January 2002 lagos Nigeria. who is
    a national of your country, and an oil consultant/contractor with
    via Nigerian Liquidfied Natural Gas(NLNG) my client deposited the
    sum of US$7.9Million dollars(Seven million Nine Hundred Dollars)
    with a SECURITY COMPANY. On maturity, after some months I couldn't
    hear from my client again and finally I discovered from his contract
    employee (Nigeria Liquidfied Natural Gas) indicating that my Client
    was among the victim of the bomb explosion.

    And it was clear that he died without making a will to any of his
    relation with my office. All attempts has been made to see if I
    could get any of his relation but all of no available. I therefore
    decided to look for a foreigner bearing the same name with my Client
    who will stand as his next of kin to claim this fund. The total sum
    of US$7.9, is still with the SECURITY COMPANY. No one will come and
    claim it except the next of kin to my Client.And according to
    Nigerian banking law, the money will revert to the ownership of the
    Nigerian Government. If the account owner is certified death and no
    body comes forward to claim it.

    This is the situation, and my plan is looking for a foreigner who
    will stand in as the beneficiary/next of kin. This is simple. All
    you have to do is to send me Your company name and address if
    any,Your telephone and fax numbers which i will use to process and
    procure all the legal papers/documents that backs you up as the true
    next of kin to my client and I will submit it to the Finance house
    for proper Claim of the fund and we are going to share in the ratio
    of 60% for me 40% for you.

    There is no risk involved.Because i will use my position as attorney
    and prepare all the legal documents/papers the SECURITY COMPANY
    may/would demand from you for this transaction.If you are
    interested, please reply and be rest assured that this transaction
    could be most profitable for both of us.

    I am waiting for your quiet reply.

    Respectfully,

    Barrister Steve Landis.

    N/B:

    Every response to my alternative E-mail

    Address: stevelandis_associate@uymail.com



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