They will insist that these fees cannot be deducted from the prize itself.
The scammers may subsequently use this information to steal their victim’s identity. Like other types of advance fee scam, they have been around for many years.
Advance fee scammers use a variety of methods to reach potential victims, including email, surface mail, fax, social networking and, as in the versions discussed here, SMS.
In other cases, the scammers may claim that their scam message is from a real lottery entity such as the UK’s National Lottery.
Again the scammers use the names and details of these lottery entities without their permission or knowledge.
Of course in the first month she said she was doing fine and didn't need any money.
bank code: IRVTUS3N Intermediary bank: BANK OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK Beneficiary acc: 30112840600000000130 Beneficiary: International Media Bank, Podgorica Beneficiary info: For further credit Account R-8990-7765-1442 (here, between the brackets, may be inserted any name)I was corresponding with several Russian women when 1 girl in particular seemed to stand out. Each letter was so perfect it seemed that she read my mind.
30112840600000000130 International Media Bank, Podgorica For further credit IMTB Acc.
What is most unusual is that I speak Russian as I did that in the US Army and thus she should have been happy for me to visit her.
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