Aisha Gaddafi impersonated in an Online Scam attempt
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Aisha Gaddafi impersonated in an Online Scam attempt – Is this really her?


Online Scams Alert – Fake Muammar Gaddafi’s Daughter Want to Scam Me

I am writing this to let you know of the latest tricks people are now using online to exploit of their hard-earned money; it works offline too – you just have to be careful. Lately today as I opened my Gmail email, I saw an email claiming that it was from the daughter of the well known and rebellious African leader, Muammar Gaddafi – he’s now late.

What baffles me most is that, how come on earth would this happen so easily? I don’t have anyone residing in Libya, neither do we have anything in common – I mean, I have no personal ties with the Muammar Gaddafi family.

I have inserted below the transcripts of the message so that you can learn one or two lines of lies used by these group of online scammers, so as to avoid online scams schemes and attacks that may be aimed at you. They are very dangerous and they have all it takes to get people down.

Dear Friend,

Let this message not surprise you, I am contacting you due to the problem my family is presently having in my country Libya; a problem that is getting tougher everyday. My half brother Saif al-Arab is dead, killed by NATO air strike, and the rest of us are endangered.

I am Aisha Gaddafi daughters of Muammar Gaddafi, the embattled president of Libya, I am currently residing in West Africa, unfortunately as a refugee. At the meantime, my family is the target of Western nations led by America who wants to destroy my father at all costs. Our investments and bank accounts in several countries are their targets to freeze. Insha Allahu, I will make you a part of my family heritage, if you can help me out at this difficult time of my life. All I need from your  is for you to open an  account in banks, or even your self account  I have accounts with big sums of money in one of the bank in Cote D’ Ivoire.  I will transfer all my money to your accounts. I don’t want anybody to know about this or my accounts will be freeze. There is an international conspiracy to seize our family accounts/investments around the world.

If you are interested to assist me in this regards kindly get back to me as soon as possible for more details on how to proceed. Needless to say that I will compensate you handsomely once the transfer is effected into your nominated bank account.

Please get back to me for more detail and make sure you keep this issue strictly confidential for my own safety. this bank

Requirements to make Application claim with the Bank

1) Your full name,
2) Your full addresses,
3) Telephone and fax number for easy communication,
 4) A copy of your international passport or Id Card.
5) Your Occupation and Age.
Your urgent reply means a lot to me.

Yours sincerely
Aisha Gaddafi.

What do you have to say about this perfectly crafted scam email? Have you received something similar to this before? If yes, how did you react to it? Share your comments below so we can learn one or two things from each others.

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31 comments
  1. Anonymous

    December 5, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    I Love You, Aisha…..please marry me

    Reply
  2. Anonymous

    May 24, 2015 at 8:06 am

    Yup received the same message on skype
    I also got 2 skype messages like these who was claiming to be the manager of a bank in dubai

    I just declined all of these requests

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      May 24, 2015 at 1:21 pm

      You need to because these people have nothing doing but trying to scam internet users by claiming to be somebody that doesn’t exist nowhere.

      Thanks for sharing your experience here. Khan 🙂

      Reply
  3. samar

    May 27, 2015 at 4:54 pm

    i hav received this kind of scam email too. but they are not asking for any moiney transfer as yet!

    Reply
  4. Anonymous

    August 1, 2015 at 5:50 pm

    Aisha tried to get a lot of money from me it is not her but every body knows that she is on face book as Alex Kummer check it out they wanted me to send 2850 to Africa to a lawyer what a joke

    Reply
  5. Anonymous

    August 11, 2015 at 7:38 am

    I smelt a rat when the bank wanted me to send them 2750 Euros for re-activating her dormant account. Upon that request I asked for a bank statement and deposit certificates. They were mismatches in those documents so I turned down the request.

    She told me days after that she had gotten and presented another partner to her Bank and she was leaving with all her children for Poland. I called her mobile number several hours after flight departure and she answered the call.

    Reply
  6. shima

    August 17, 2015 at 11:41 pm

    Yeah, I received an E-mail trought linkedin just now! I don’t know what should I do?!!

    Reply
  7. Debotosh

    August 18, 2015 at 7:42 am

    I too received the same.
    The impostor first contacted me on Linkedin & then send me these mails. Mails with reply has been posted.

    1. Attached is the documents I promised sending with briefs to my proposal, please read and get back to me ASAP for further details on how to complete the transfer.

    Regards,
    Dr Ayesha Gaddafi.

    Hello ,
    Thank you for your response I am Ayesha Gaddafi daughter of the Former
    Prime Minister of Libya Col Muammar Gaddafi. I am presently on Asylum
    outside Libya after the death of my father, and nephew and my two
    beautiful sons which since then I have been in an emotional devastation
    but need to pick up the remaining pieces of my life and start a new life
    though this is not easy for me as I am under strict restrictions in
    making and receiving international calls and movement from or around here
    so I am currently seeking a trusted person whom I can use as my trustee
    and friend.
    I like to know you more as I have plans to leave here soon to a better
    country or yours that is safe, this would require a lot of paper work and
    money which is one of the main reasons I need someone whom I can trust
    because I have the funds to execute this but from my present condition
    and restrictions here its impossible and just trusting a person over the
    internet is such a difficult thing for there are so many fake people here
    online especially as I have been hurt so many times and betrayed by
    family friends I have tried contacting also.
    To complete my plans to relocate I am trusting you with 6,700,000.00GBP
    (Six Million Seven Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling) which
    will be transferred to you, I am ready to give you 35% of the total sum
    for your worries and assistance 5% on all expenses and the balance 60% to
    be invested in any profitable business with you as a partner. I will love
    you to indicate your interest to further me assist by sending a reply to
    this email.
    Regards,
    Dr. Ayesha Gaddafi.

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      September 1, 2015 at 5:14 am

      More of these schemes will keep coming until we expose the people behind it.

      Thanks for sharing

      Reply
    • Ben

      December 1, 2015 at 11:27 am

      i received it today….the exact same words….only the money was in USD

      Reply
    • Anonymous

      June 23, 2016 at 12:46 pm

      This is the same mail I got today.

      Reply
  8. m ashraf

    November 10, 2015 at 6:09 pm

    Yes I received a message from fake Ayesha gaddafi and blocked him and she told me that she is sending gold bars and I send him some money for her and her children tickets because she wants to arrive in Pakistan to start their a better life and start her children s education there

    Reply
  9. Abu

    November 28, 2015 at 9:22 pm

    someone claims that she/he is dr ayesha gaddafi on facebook and she wants transfer her money amount of 1 million to my account, she say I am real dr ayesha trust me, i am in house arrest in oman, i want that money to settle and begin new life with my children, but i asked her if you are the real dr ayesha make a picture from someones mobile, she say always tomorrow tomorrow and now she promised me for tomorrow again.

    Reply
  10. Manar

    December 9, 2015 at 10:12 pm

    I’ve received the exact message through LinkedIn, I instantly blocked her and reported it as spam on my e-mail, but should I be worried at all about that, I mean all of my information are on Linked In already.

    Thanks,

    Reply
  11. anonyme

    January 1, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    Hi , i also receive an email via first linkedln i replied and give my hotmail adress and then she send me that:Hi dear

    Good day and thanks for your response.
     
    I hope this message reach you with peace and love too, I am very grateful to you for the interest shown in my plight and I want to assure you that you will be gratefully rewarded for what you have chosen to do.
     
    This mail might come to you as a surprise and the temptation to ignore it seriously could come into your mind please consider it a divine wish and accept it with a deep sense of humility, I seek your indulgence to solicit for your assistance concerning the content of my email, I searched over the internet for assistance because I saw your profile on Linked list and picked you because I know in my heart you can be trusted.
     
    INTRODUCTION:  I am Ayesha Gaddafi the daughter of the former leader of Libya (Col. Muammar Gaddafi). I am presently on Asylum outside Libya after the death of my father, nephew and my two beautiful sons which since then I have been in an emotional devastation but need to pick up the remaining pieces of my life and start a new life though this is not easy for me as I am under strict restrictions in making and receiving international calls and movement from or around here so I am currently seeking your assistance in relocating the sum of $6,700,000.00 USD (Six Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) to your Country. Because I have plans of leaving here soon and relocating to your country, this would require a lot of paper work which is one of the main reasons I need someone whom I can trust because I have the funds to execute this but from my present condition and restrictions here it’s impossible and just trusting a person over the internet is such a difficult thing for there are so many fake people here online especially as I have been hurt so many times and betrayed by some family friends I have earlier contacted.
     
    To complete my plans to relocate I am trusting you with $6,700,000.00 USD (Six Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) which will be transferred to you, I am ready to give you 35% of the total sum for your worries and assistance 5% on all expenses and the balance 60% to be invested in any profitable business with you as a partner. I will love you to indicate your interest to enable me provide you more detail on how the transaction will be completed.
     
    All I need is your absolute trust, commitment, confidentiality and honesty; I will also want to know a little more about you such as your Full Name, Address and Occupation etc.
     
    Waiting for your urgent response.
     
    Regards,

    Ayesha Gaddafi

    I just replied that i am not interested in money and send you a wish because i suspected that it was true. But now i know that its fake!!!!

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      January 2, 2016 at 5:17 am

      In most cases, it greed that drags many people into the pit that these kind of people have dug secretly. You can never fall victim if you are contempt with what God has given you to make things work for yourself. I can sense these kind of scam emails from afar off!

      In fact, I have configured my email to auto-delect them 🙂

      Happy New Year my friend. Thanks for sharing your experience too

      Reply
  12. Ismail El Shanawany

    January 26, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    I also received the same exact mail , I knew it is a fraud but I wanted to amuse myself by writing back and chatting in face book . They changed the account three times in face book .

    Reply
  13. Ismail El Shanawany

    January 26, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    People have to be careful with such mails , some people get into such traps without taking enough time to think , they fall into love words or religious words . After several attempts from Ayesha Gaddafi as written in Face book , I decided to research more about her till I found the same type of fraud offer and big amount of money to set a good trap.

    Reply
  14. Franz

    May 16, 2016 at 5:50 am

    Thank you for this post, i just received an email like this today.

    and i replied: “Sure,to insure the legitimacy, please send me $10,000.00. using western union.thank you.”

    lol, i just knew it’s fake.

    hope the people behind this will get jailed or something.

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      May 16, 2016 at 4:29 pm

      There are different forms of scam messages by hijackers and online scam artist in taking hold of user’s data. There are lots of social engineering in place to get your emails, phone numbers and even home address in order to perfect their act. If one fell for such a crime, the person might even get himself involved in government issue. These people are heartless and they don’t care what may happen aftermath. Their goals is to get you unaware and go away with it.

      Be happy with the little you have in hope of what God has in store for you for the future.

      Thanks Franz for your comment.

      Reply
  15. TAF

    June 10, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    I received one too this morning through linkedIn ..

    Hi

    Good day and thanks for your response.

    I hope this message reach you with peace and love too, I am very grateful to you for the interest shown in my plight and I want to assure you that you will be gratefully rewarded for what you have chosen to do.
    This mail might come to you as a surprise and the temptation to ignore it seriously could come into your mind please consider it a divine wish and accept it with a deep sense of humility, I seek your indulgence to solicit for your assistance concerning the content of my email, I searched over the internet for assistance because I saw your profile on Linked list and picked you because I know in my heart you can be trusted.

    INTRODUCTION: I am Ayesha Gaddafi the daughter of the former leader of Libya (Col. Muammar Gaddafi). I am presently on Asylum outside Libya after the death of my father, nephew and my two beautiful sons which since then I have been in an emotional devastation but need to pick up the remaining pieces of my life and start a new life though this is not easy for me as I am under strict restrictions in making and receiving international calls and movement from or around here so I am currently seeking your assistance in relocating the sum of $6,700,000.00 USD (Six Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) to your Country. Because I have plans of leaving here soon and relocating to your country, this would require a lot of paper work which is one of the main reasons I need someone whom I can trust because I have the funds to execute this but from my present condition and restrictions here it’s impossible and just trusting a person over the internet is such a difficult thing for there are so many fake people here online especially as I have been hurt so many times and betrayed by some family friends I have earlier contacted.

    To complete my plans to relocate I am trusting you with $6,700,000.00 USD (Six Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) which will be transferred to you, I am ready to give you 35% of the total sum for your worries and assistance 5% on all expenses and the balance 60% to be invested in any profitable business with you as a partner. I will love you to indicate your interest to enable me provide you more detail on how the transaction will be completed.

    All I need is your absolute trust, commitment, confidentiality and honesty;
    Waiting for your urgent response.

    Regards,
    Ayesha Gaddafi.

    they used the following emails:

    info.ayesha@fioptics.com
    ayeshagaddafi1977@outlook.com

    Thank you Mr. Olawale Daniel for this post, if I block the email is that will be enough ?

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      August 28, 2016 at 7:44 am

      Thanks for keeping us posted more regarding these evil doers. They shall not always prevail. Thanks

      Reply
  16. Raja khan

    July 15, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    I received this message on FB
    when i visited west Africa Ghana i deposited $9,300,000,00 in my private account I received an urgent email from the bank abroad that UN and new Libya government are tracing hidden deposit and assets I deposited in a BANK When i visit GHANA on this day 13-07-2009, I don’t want them to be aware of this particular money i deposited If you can be of any assistant to me kindly get back to me so that i can furnish you with the deposit details for verification and confirmation. I am willing to reward you bountiful 25% of the total sum and 5% to cover any expenses.

    Bt when i asked her for any proof she sent me her Original Passport !!!
    Is she really fake ???? Kindly help me out !!!

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      July 26, 2016 at 8:33 am

      CERTAINLY!

      Anything that look too good to be true, run from it. How can a billionaire in Ghana cedis be begging you for help? If he does needs help, he’d certainly have access to thousands of associates and financial institutions that’d be more than ready to take a cut of the deal to get that done for him.

      There are lots of ways that these people are using to carry out their evil activities…just two days ago, I got a message from a number that my bank account has been disabled due to BVN verification situation (Unfortunately for him, I am a bit techy and I knew my BVN have been well-linked, so I don’t bother myself. Infact, I dialed the number to study the way they do their talking), and that I should call another number given [08169149684] to reactivate. I called him and one Man claiming Barrister Ojo picked and started the talking. When I could no longer play along, I just told him point-black, you are thief!

      He was shocked that I was playing along for so long.

      Don’t fall prey for anything.

      Here below is the text of the scam SMS for record and education purpose.

      Dear customer Due to the BVN validation in compliance with the CBN Directives, your ATM have been De-activated call Our customer help line 08169149684 Now.

      The message originated from +2348137795843 and if you look at this message you’ll agree with me that it looks suspicious. The whole formatting is a No-No, the person didn’t want the message to be more than 160 words character, thereby shortening them to make up his message. Secondly, there’s no way a Fed. institution will send you a message without a proper signatory.

      There are lots of internet scams and schemes out there. Let’s be on the lookout for them.

      Reply
  17. Anonymous

    July 15, 2016 at 7:59 pm

    I received this message on FB

    when i visited west Africa Ghana i deposited $9,300,000,00 in my private account I received an urgent email from the bank abroad that UN and new Libya government are tracing hidden deposit and assets I deposited in a BANK When i visit GHANA on this day 13-07-2009, I don’t want them to be aware of this particular money i deposited If you can be of any assistant to me kindly get back to me so that i can furnish you with the deposit details for verification and confirmation. I am willing to reward you bountiful 25% of the total sum and 5% to cover any expenses.

    Bt when i asked her of any proof she sent me her original passport !!
    Is she really fake ???

    Reply
    • Anonymous

      September 21, 2016 at 2:24 pm

      100% fake

      Reply
  18. Mad Vic

    September 6, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    I received a shorter email with the subject ‘hi’ and immediately thought it’s a scam because I also don’t know anyone from Libya and we don’t have anything in common. Here goes the email I just received:

    Can I have a word with you. I have a business proposal for you. Please revert back for more details
    Regards,
    Ayesha Gaddafi

    I checked the email address of the sender and it’s jw2877@cableone.net

    Reply
  19. yi

    September 25, 2016 at 10:54 am

    now they scam people in the HELLO Pal

    Reply
  20. Augusta Steve

    November 19, 2016 at 3:06 pm

    I am presently in Ghana since Oct 21,2016 at the result of this scam,suffering and paying huge hotel bill,they invited me come to Ghana and transfer 27.2 millions USD in to my account in country, since i arrived in Ghana they quit on me.
    So please becareful

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      November 20, 2016 at 8:16 pm

      More of Aisha Gaddafi impersonated emails are spreading across the internet…and it is not only Aisha Gadhafi, but many other celebrities that can also fall prey of this kind of email scam. It is just because her case was related to this kind of fake stories.

      We just need to be abreast of every new and upcoming online scam attempts.

      Thank God you are safe brother.

      Reply

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