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This topic gives information about the telephone number +22962893215, which has been identified as being used by scammer as part of their scam. This first post gives some general information about the telephone number, such as the country/area it is from, the type of number and the provider. Additional posts give information about occurrences of the number being used as part of a scam.

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Telephone number +22962893215 has a country code of 229, which indicates that it is from Benin. The dialing code (62) indicates that the number is a mobile number.

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Telephone number +22962893215 is being used as part of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam by someone claiming to be "Kennedy Uzoka" from UBA Bank and using the email address kennedyuzoka303@gmail.com. The telephone number is included in the following Advance Fee Fraud email that is being sent to victims:
Attn: Fund Beneficiary,

This is the 2nd time i am sending you this notification letter regarding your abandoned ATM Visa Card valued sum of US$6.5Millions and i have not received any positive respond from you or asking a suggestion on how you wish to receive your ATM Card. Once again; I am Kennedy Uzoka, the new director of ATM Head of Operation United Bank For Africa PLC, I resumed to this office on the 10st of February 2020 and during my official research I discovered an abandoned ATM Visa card valued sum of $6.5Million belonging to you as the rightfully intimate beneficiary.

I tried to know why this Card has not been released to you but I was told by the UBA Bank management that the former director of ATM head of operation that left this office three months ago withhold your Card for his own personal use without knowing that his evil plans towards diverting your fund will be discovered.

Now that your ATM Visa Card is still available and ready for your receiving, you can come down here to our Bank in Benin Republic to pick up your card direct from my office or alternatively it can be arranged and ship to your address through any registered reliable Courier Service Company that you will take care of the Courier Charge, hope it is cleared and accepted by you?

I don’t know the Courier Cost of Shipping the Card to you but if you permit me and accept the terms, then I can make an inquiry from the Courier Shipping Company to find out the cost, but in that case you will be required to forward to me your address where you want to receive the Card to enable me find out the shipping cost to your location such as,

1, Your full name and address
2, Your direct phone number for easy communication.
3, Identification card or passport
4, Your Occupation

Your direct telephone number and address will be needed and more details of your ATM Card payment will be made known to you as soon as I receive your swift positive response.

Contact me on this below email address;

E-mail address:==== (kennedyuzoka303@gmail.com)
Telephone number:=== (+229 6289 3215)
Contact person:=== Kennedy Uzoka

Do not hesitate to call me on (+229 6289 3215) as soon as you read this mail.

Thanks for your co-operation and i wait for your kind positive respond.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Kennedy Uzoka,
UBA Bank Management
Tel: (+229+229 6289 3215)
E-mail: kennedyuzoka303@gmail.com
The email was sent from the email address ""Mr. Kennedy Uzoka," <m.ken1234@yahoo.com>", with the Reply-to address "kennedyuzoka303@gmail.com" and the subject "Attn: Fund Beneficiary,".

The email is a classic example of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam with promises of a large sum of money being transferred to the victim. Anyone responding to it will be told that there is a fee/tax/insurance payment to be paid to receive the money. This will be followed by payment after payment until the victim runs out of money or realises that they are being scammed.

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