Mr Edward Bemard is an Advance Fee Scammer that operates mainly using email. He will often send potential victims a generic email which is aimed at the masses. The email itself talks about setting up a Bank of America Personal Residential Online Account.
Further down in the email scammer Edward Bemard claims he is working under instructions from the FBI, Homeland Securities of States and the United Nations Organization. This is all lies and deceit, there is simply no truth in this at all.
Mr Edward Bemard – Bank of America Scam Full Email
The full email is shown below, I have received this email several times from this scammer. The latest email address he appears to be using is [email protected].
From: Online BANK Beneficiary <[email protected]> Sent: 26 July 2022 22:16 Subject: Attn: Online Beneficiary, Attn: Online Beneficiary, Your detailed information has been received and confirmed with what we have in our database before we proceed to set up your Bank of America Personal Residential Online Account, we want to bring to your notice the simple procedure to achieve this aim with our bank under my supervision. First and foremost the origin of funds previously advised in my initial e-mail was from the United Nation Organization on unpaid payments from deposit funds from Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. Your name and contact information was retrieved from the short listed data on the file of the United Nation Organization. If you try to recollect, you would remember some businesses conducted in either of the mentioned three tier regions (Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe) and the purpose of selection was randomly made by the United Nation Organization. Our bank stands out from all the presently distressed banks in the United State and Northern America to enable the payment of your overdue transaction that has been pending for the past several years. I want you to clearly understand that I am here to serve you according to the instructions from the FBI, Homeland Securities of States and United Nation Organization in particular. Moreover, I am not here to play any kind of joke with you. The clearances from Federal Reserve Bank and US Treasury Department to enable your online Transfer go smoothly has been issued to our Bank. Meanwhile, you have to clearly understand that, before we can set up a new Bank of America Personal Residential Online Account for you here in our bank, the activation fee must be paid by you and it will reflect in our database and your original account which was instructed from the United nation will be activated. You have to send the sum of $50 usd dollars steam wallet Card OR iTunes card to activate your Bank of America Personal Residential Online Account, this payment will be credited to your Online account before we can fully remit the amount value of US$8Million United States Dollars This is why it is important that we first of all receive the Bank of America Personal Residential Online Account Activation fee in our bank, which in turn would record and file the payment of $50 usd dollars steam wallet Card and forward the information to our headquarters here in the USA. Then the funds would be received,a Steam wallet Card registered into the system and once it is sighted, then an instruction would be issued to that effect and the documentation would be formally presented to the Federal Reserve Bank just as described in my most recent correspondence with you explaining. Please, if you cannot afford to pay this US$50 steam wallet Card don't reply to my e-mail; we don't have time to beg you to set up Bank of America Personal Residential Online under our supervision. Once your bye the $50 usd dollars steam wallet Card with cash receipt make sure your send the Copy of the $50 usd dollars steam wallet Card here in Our Mail Address Okay, Thanks Regards Mr Edward Bemard, Email: Address ([email protected])
As shown in the email, the scammer is requesting a fee upfront. This indicates an Advance Fee Scam, please do not pay them anything. If the scammer receives any money from you, they will target you with further scams in the future.
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