Looks like the scammers found a way to make their emails messages look different, so people won’t suspect scam. Typically, they send you an email stating that you have won a lottery, an inheritance, or that they want to donate a large sum of money to you. Now, they are offering to give you a loan at an incredibly-low interest rate. One thing remains the same: they still want you to contact a certain person and send that person your personal details. Below is a copy of the type of email message you might receive:
AIMS ASSETS AND FINANCE SERVICES
101 MURITALA MOHAMMED WAY,
Direct Tel:+234 703 714 0127
Office Tel:+234 803 620 5657
We are a private group of financial investors specializing in offering Loans of various types to help individuals and organization reach financial objectives. We customize structured financial solutions for a select group of clientele and investors. Our commitment to client services and innovative approach to problem solving. We offer Loans to at 3.4% interest rate per annum. The Minimum amount you can borrow is $20.000 US Dollars to Maximum of $6.7.Million
If you are interested in our service you are to Please, provide us with the following:
* Name of Applicant: …….
* Location: ……………….
* Tel: ……………………….
* Amount Requested: …….
* Loan Duration: ………..
All replies should be forwarded to the Company’s Secretary via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Abigail Okonofua
Loan Processor Director
Be careful of this scam!
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