5/29/2014

#BringBackOurGirls Email Scam



The #BringBackOurGirls campaign which is aimed at pressurizing the Nigerien government to ensure the release of the kidnapped Chibok girls, has been hijacked by scammers. Some crooks are now exploiting the campaign to steal money from people especially the ones that care so much about the needs and happiness of other people.


The crooks are currently sending out a scam email claiming that one pregnant "Mary Sambo" is going through a tough time and needs help. The email claims Mary recently lost her husband to the terrorist attack in Nigeria and her daughters are among the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram.


Below is the email:

Hello,

My beloved brother and sister. I hope my message get to you in peace.

My name is Mary Sambo from Borno state in Nigeria. I am crying while putting this message together in the church hostel. I lost my husband to the terrorist attack that is happening in Borno state, my daughters was kidnap along with the 270 girls been kidnap in school chibok village in Nigeria, by the terrorist.

Which the entire world is now searching for them. I am 7 month pregnant and i am staying at the church hostel, we are 30 in a single room, i don't have access to good medical care and i am afraid my living condition might affect my unborn child.

I am asking for help from you in other for me to get a place for myself and also register myself to health center where i will get proper medical care. Please help me with anything you, May Almighty God reward you.

Hope to hear from you.

Regards.

Mary Sambo.
Please reply here: marysamb91@yahoo.com

As seen above, Mary Samsbo asks you to email her to further discuss providing her with money for medical care.

Should in case you receive this, SHINE YOUR EYES!

One message to the scammers: "There is God ooooooo" :)

PLEASE, share this with your friends!


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8 comments:

  1. The story is the mail not even convincing. The scammer must be a learner...lol. Thx for sharing bro.

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  2. Anonymous5/29/2014

    lol @ There is God oo. Nice share. Shared it with my friends too.

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  3. Hmmm "There is God oooo"
    The Scammer don't even know how ţ๏ Scam... The whole message from head ţ๏ toe is not convincing like my bro said.
    But remember once ąǥąɨɲ that that that "There is God ooo"

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  4. Scammers on the prowl... They try to utilize every opportunity to rip people off their hard earned money.

    We should all be wary about these nonentities...

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  5. There is God oooo...All this scammers...make them go find better work do

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  6. I sincerely wonder why these retards won't simply go and get a job. While I was reading The 4 Hour Work Week, Tim advised his readers to reject orders from high mail fraud countries like Nigeria. Imagine, of all the countries, this guy chose Nigeria!

    While I was angry, I do not exactly know...but reading this piece of trash, I think he was correct!

    Always,
    Terungwa

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  7. Naija Nothing Wey we no go do to make money

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