The economic and financial crimes commission (EFCC) Nigeria was set up in the year 2000 to investigate all cases of Advanced Fee Fraud (419) and bring all offenders to criminal justice.
Due to ease in which fraudsters perpetuate their activities and the difficulties we have in tracking down this fraudsters, we are calling on all victims of Advanced Fee Fraud to help with their cases against the EFCC.
You would be making a great mistake on your part if you give up on all hope so that we can track down offender(s) and recover your money.
Also if you are in the middle of a business transaction in which your are asked to make several payment upfront, then you may be involved in other case of advanced fraud fee.
The image of this great country Nigeria have been brought to disrepute by the activities of these fraudster. As a result of damage these fraudster from Nigeria are melting out on their unsuspecting victims and also the strains in diplomatic relationships between Nigeria and western nations due to this menace.
The Nigerian parliament has this year passed into law the bill for the establishment of the advanced fee fraud compensatory fund (AFFCF). The composition of this fund includes 1% of the annual budget and all monies emanating from the sales of properties of convicted international fraudsters and criminals.
You are eligible to be repay your monies owed from this compensatory AFFCF fund, but we must first kindly require to share your bank account and routing information, so as to make our payment due to you. Please also indicate the USD amount for which we can freely repay to you upon receipt of said information.
As promised by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, and victim of advance fraud fee who has been defrauded of the tune of 10.000 USD and above and has the necessary proves to back up his/her claim should contact the security department of the EFCC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Abdulakeem Yekini
Media & Victims Officer,