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Citibank London Ukdr teddy smith

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a certain silvia zanda who claimed to be a daughter of a certain dr. james Zanda of Liberia, west africa emailed me and she wants to transfer the money of his late father to my account amounting 4.6 million us dollars deposited in citibank london since she is only the surviving next of kin because her father, mother and 2 two younger brother were killed by rebels who opposed the government on that time. Sylvia was not at home when the tragedy was happened to her family and she was in the school. She said she wanted to transfer the said amount to my account and come to my country afterward for her to start a new life. She wanted me also to assist her to manage her money. she said she had the the copy of the bank statement and the death certificate of her late father james Zanda and the only remaining requirements are the POWER of ATTORNEY and AND and an AFFIDAVIT signed by her allowing me or permitting me as her trustee/partner.She then passed me to a certain Barristed Richard H. Wilson, a lawyer and to a certain Dr. Teddy Smith who claimed to be a bank officer of CTIBANK, London. Dr Teddy Smith of CITIBank London is it true that a certain Dr. James Smith is a dopositor of 4.6 M us dollars in your bank? Is it true that a certain Lawyer, Richard Wilson of Dakar, Senegal has already sent to your office a copy of the POwer of Attorney and Affidavit signed by MIss Silvia Zanda, daughter of late Dr. James Zanda? Please let me know please.


  • Ny
    nyanuga Jul 04, 2019
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    A lady told me she had 5.7M dollars from his father .she chose me to be her next of kin i thank God for they are not real

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  • Lb
    LBS soul Apr 09, 2014

    OMG! Thank you google!
    I had 2 same cases, haha..!
    1 of them has 2, 5 M dollars and another 1 has 4, 7 M dollars,
    How dare they are! create fakes story about their family, i wonder how their feels if their stories comes true, without the money as their said in stories!!!

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  • Na
    Nana Ama May 14, 2010

    Omg! A lady wrote to me thru my e-mail with the same story needing my help. Thank God for Google. I'ld have been swindled! Thank God!

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  • Eo
    eongbon May 05, 2010
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    hello there guys
    i think iam just one of those guys lately to join this que, this lady like to you lied to me and or should i call it alie of her father's fortune of 4.6 million us dollars and all she wanted was me to pay a fee to her lawyer, if you had the same experience, please lets get this creep exposed but please share your experience with me . she narrowly got me by a whisker. email me at [email protected]

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  • Ne
    Nedim Feb 11, 2010

    noooo man you are another victim of that criminal like me...i had the same experiance but this time was Tamra Urgo, the same story but this time were 2.6. milions in game hehhe...i hope u didn't believe in that story because it's fake!

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  • Ma
    Marcoshwu Dec 12, 2009

    Miss Alicia Zanda, Janet Zanda, Silvia Zanda ... ??? .. + some else . there is to many Surviver who is exactly 4, 6 million owner ... I'm Mota Foka Zanda ... from china ... Kua kua kua ..

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