Run a Search Now Thank you so much for giving me this information.I have sent this info on to other site’s with her email address so this person can’t do this to anyone else.Ms Smith said: 'Unfortunately she still felt an attachment to the defendant and stayed in contact for some time and sent him more money until a lady claiming to be the Danish wife of Olasemo contacted her.Olasemo, living in Cardiff on a student visa at the time of the frauds, was arrested January 2015 at his home and when police searched his computer found 'conversations with numerous other women as Travis'.He explains that, in order to liberate the supposed millions, the mark must pay a commission fee up front.Needless to say, the Nigerian uses a false identity and the commission fee is lost for ever.However, going online and logging on to their sites is not always the most convenient way for reading and sending emails.
They sometimes end up meeting a Nigerian in a plush hotel.
Be aware that, despite the fancy crests and legalese, there is no such company at this address For many years Nigerian criminals have targeted people around the world with stories about liberating millions of dollars, once the property of a toppled dictator or a deceased expatriot.
They used to fax but they have now discovered e-mail and can reach more potential marks.
If you have received mail naming this "company" or a copy of a document like the one illustrated here, you are a target of the fraud gangs.
The document may be signed by Simon Perchard and contain the name Brian Mc Clure.