United Coconut Planter Bank

Talk about the Nigerian 4-1-9 scam in all its many variations, such as bogus checks sent from Nigeria to purchase used cars in the U.S. and many other variations of this scam.
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United Coconut Planter Bank

Post by notorial dissent » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:50 pm

Dear Customer,

Welcome To UCPB Online Banking

You Have A New Message,

Click here[insert scamsite url] to proceed

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United Coconut Planter Bank
I must have just reached the peak of my desirability. I just got a welcome message from the United Coconut Planter Bank, now mind you I have never before heard of the aforementioned institution, which lends to its verisimilitude, and it is obviously highly prestigious since they don't spell the name the way one would expect, and it just seems too, I don’t know, genuine to not be if you know what I mean. Just makes me all trusting and thrilled and all that and wanting to go right to their sign in page and give them all my most secret passwords and information. NOT!!!!
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Re: United Coconut Planter Bank

Post by rogfulton » Tue Jan 17, 2012 2:13 am

After I saw your post, I had to send them a strongly worded letter! They had previously led me to believe I was the special one. :roll:
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Re: United Coconut Planter Bank

Post by Unidyne » Wed Jan 18, 2012 2:53 am

It's a real bank in the Philippines. I checked.

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