Banker Bangidi Esther and Other Scams
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Banker Bangidi Esther and Other Scams

Several scam messages with accompanying message data.

Mrs. Bangidi Esther Message and Secret Money Story

from Mrs BANGIDI Esther <>



date Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 6:09 AM

subject Your Urgent reply pls.


hide details 6:09 AM (13 hours ago)

Good Day to you.

My name is Mrs Esther BANGIDI, and I am a banker. It is true that we have not met each others in person, but I strongly believe that no trust, no friendship in every business. I have a deceased customer’s pending fund, which I am his personal financier adviser before his accidental death, that being the main reason why I alone working in the bank here, know much about the existence of this fund and the secrets surrounding this money. But before I disclose the full details to you, I will like to know your interest and willingness to assist me by reverting back to me with your :

Private Email ID……………


Private Phone no………………. for further confidential details about the said fund.

Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

Mrs Esther BANGIDI.

BT Scam Winnings Message

from BT <>


date Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 8:42 AM

subject You have won one million pounds‏‏‏


Liu Wang Fraud Message and Scam Invitation

Starred from liu wang <>



date Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 8:06 AM

subject message...

hide details 8:06 AM (12 hours ago)

I am Mr. Liu Wang, I need your partnership in re-profilling funds. In summary the funds is coming via bank of Taipei, Taiwan.


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