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British Investment Trust Bank" which (had) a website which talks about customer security and uses pictures of tourist sites in London to underline its respectability and status. As of 18th July '03, both of these websites are unavailable.
Strangely enough, this "bank" does not feel able to publish its correct address. We must thank both British and American enforcement agencies for their rapid reaction.
) 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.
The reporter was posing as an aylum seeker facing deportation.
James also worked for Haven Holidays as a Havenmate on the Isle of Wight and at West Bay in Dorset. In continental Europe, where "Can't Stop a River" was released a day earlier than in the UK, it similarly proved unpopular, dropping out of the singles charts in many countries such as France, Turkey, Germany, and Belgium.
Blue's R&B-influenced pop allowed the group to achieve commercial success in the United Kingdom and many other countries, including Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, France, Australia and New Zealand. Released on 21 August 2006, the track would only reach No. James' album also fell short, selling less than 1,000 copies in the UK in its first week (and failing to reach the Top 50).
Never let these people have your bank account and personal contact details.
The Chief was arrested in Lagos, Nigeria where he had posed as the governor of the central bank in order to fool his victim.is an English singer, actor and television presenter.He is best known as a member of the boy band Blue from 2000 to 2005 and again from 2009 following their reformation.He is also known for playing Ryan Knight in Hollyoaks.
Milldown School (Blandford Forum), Corfe Hills School (Broadstone), and Sidmouth College (East Devon).Matthew Chapman, writing in The Mail on Sunday (Feb. Afolabi's charity had received 350,000 pounds from the Community Fund "to help asylum seekers". Afolabi has apparently denied being involved in the supply of false documents and is quoted as saying "I swear to God I don't know anything".