) of London and the Isle of Man (bromwichalbion.com) For a classic example of a very suspect "finance" site check out: think you have any safeguards just because a UK limited company is named in correspondence.
Registering a UK limited company is as easy as paying an agency about 20 pounds.
If he really wants to prevent them from "tarnishing Nigeria's image" he should attend to them when they return home on their periodic visits.
(And check that chief's ID, it is just possible that he gave you a false name and address!
Never let these people have your bank account and personal contact details.
Do not send copies of your passport and signature etc. The PCU website is where potential victims are directed.
They have been known to manufacture exit problems so that the mark can be pressured to hand over money as a condition of being allowed to leave Nigeria.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.There are no checks on the status of people registering a company. "Independent on Sunday" newspaper (in the 29th June '03 Business section) reported the arrest of "Chief Emmanuel Nwude-Odenigwe" on a charge of defrauding a Brazilian bank manager of 242 million US dollars.The Chief was arrested in Lagos, Nigeria where he had posed as the governor of the central bank in order to fool his victim.) The British press reports that Comfort Afolabi, a woman of Nigerian extraction but with British citizenship, while running a charity called the Detainee Support and Help Unit, put a BBC undercover reporter in contact with a criminal who could supply false documents.