Nigerian Scams, Late 2005

Here are a few notables from the second half od 2005 (July-December), and the rest will be found attached here in a ZIP file at the end of the year …

Nigerian late 2005.zip (399.4 KB)

4 Responses to Nigerian Scams, Late 2005

  • admin says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am very sorry to interrupt your peace Since you are not expecting to
    receive any mail from me And for using this medium (internet) which in
    recent time has been drastically abused by spammers (scammers) However,
    I was obliged to do so due to the importance and urgency of the message.

    I got your contact from a computerize data following my effort
    searching via directory of the US, Canada & European Union for a
    trustworthy person to assist me and I crave your indulgence, and want
    to reasure you that I mean well and that it is only for our mutual
    good. So please do not be embarrassed.

    My name is Frank J. Smith, I am a British Citizen, Reporter and
    Photo-Journalist attached to the United Kingdom military. I am writing
    this message from Ar-ramadi in Iraq. We hit Iraq in May 12, 2003 and
    have moved around a few times building up F.O.B. around the western
    side of the country as well as missions into Baghdad, with attacks by
    insurgents everyday and car bombs, we managed to move funds belonging
    to Saddam Hussein’s family which we found in his palace shortly after
    his arrest, The total amount is US$25 Million dollars in cash, mostly
    100 dollar bills. We want to move this money out of Iraqi, since it is
    a war zone although partially ended but the daily activities of suicide
    bombers is frighteningly on the increase.

    I reached an agreement with the members of my team whom are UN officials
    and we agreed to keep this money to ourselves and then moved the box
    out of Iraq to Europe or to any Bank in Canada (with their immunity as
    UN officials they are not searched at borders or Airports). Now, I am
    in need of a reliable and trustworthy person or company overseas whom I
    can confidently work with since my work does not permit me to own a
    foreign bank account or any personal business until retirement. I have
    not finished my assignment and cannot return to the UK now.

    I have the honor to confide this information in you and to request for
    your pleasure to assist to receive and secure the money in your
    account, pending our retirement from service.

    I will send you a copy of my International Passport as a proof of
    sincerity. You are therefore expected and advised to display high
    degree of maturity,responsibility and understanding in handling this
    information. I will give you all the details in my next mail when you
    have indicated your interest and commitment to work with me. Always
    remember that this is the highest confidence and trust any person can
    response on the other, especially when it is considered that we did not
    know ourselves before.

    I hope you will honor me too. We can come over to join you for sharing
    and to guarantee that we have unlimited access to you before and when
    the funds hit your account. Moreso for an effective and easy
    communication I will advice that you furnish me with your phone numbers
    and other necessary details to make me rest assured that you are
    geniune.

    You may visit this website for more details:

    http://commdocs.house.gov/committees/bank/hba89631.000/hba89631_0.HTM

    I eagerly await your positive response.

    Respectfully,

    FRANK J. SMITH
    Reporting from Ar-ramadi
    Iraq.

  • admin says:

    FROM:MR KEVIN PAUL,
    HEAD OF ARCHIVES /RECONCILIATION
    BOND BANK NIG. LTD.
    VICTORIA ISLAND,
    LAGOS.
    E-mail:kpaul66@sify.com
    PRIVATE TELEPHONE:234-803-5707708

    RE: NEXT OF KIN

    GOOD DAY,

    DO NOT BE SURPRISED AT RECEIVING THIS MAIL.I BELIEVE THAT THERE IS NO HARM
    IN TRYING SOMEONE TRUSTWORTHY AT HEART.A NEW RELATIONSHIP WILL GO A LONG WAY
    TO HELP ME.

    I NEED YOU TO COME AND STAND AS ‘NEXT OF KIN’ TO A CLIENT MR.MANSOUR L.MCDOW
    WHO DIED IN 1999 OF A HEART CONDITION HERE IN LAGOS. SOME YEARS
    AGO,MR.MANSOUR MADE A NUMBERED(OR FIXED)DEPOSIT OF US$18,000,000.00 MILLION
    IN MY BANK.UNFORTUNATELY, HE DID NOT MENTION A NEXT OF KIN IN ANY OF HIS
    PAPERS WITH US OR HIS CONTRACTORS – TEXACO OIL.SINCE THEN,THERE HAVE BEEN NO
    RESPONSE TO OUR INTERNATIONAL ADVERTORIALS CALLING FOR ANY RELATIVE TO
    CONTACT US.

    IT IS FIVE YEARS NOW AND STILL NO RESPONCE.THE INTEREST HAVE ROLLED
    OVER,BRINGING THE TOTAL CLAIMS TO US$20,000,000.00MILLION.MY DEPARTMENT HAS
    THE MANDATE TO
    OVERSEE THE INTERNAL CLEARANCE FOR CLAIMS SUCH AS THIS AND THE FINAL
    APPROVAL SIGNATURE FOR PAYMENT IS MINE.YOU HAVE NO RISK.BY LAW,YOU ONLY NEED
    TO SHOW-UP ONCE BEFORE THE MONEY WILL BE PAID INTO YOUR ACCOUNT ABROAD.

    HOWEVER,PLEASE KNOW THAT THE MONEY WILL BE SHARED BETWEEN US;I WILL TAKE
    60%AND YOU:40%(OR US$8,000,000.00 MILLION).THERE ARE REASONS WHY WE NEED TO
    CLAIM THIS MONEY FAST.I WILL GIVE YOU MORE COMPREHENSIVE DETAIL WHEN YOU
    REPLY.

    THANK YOU,

    MR KEVIN PAUL.

  • admin says:

    Amy Beasley @ Kentropolis Internet Community Forums – Just checking to see if you heard of this one!

    Have you heard of the one that is soliciting churches? We just received one that used a lot of scripture references, and was from a Mrs. Aqueen Mayor. She even went as far as to send us a supposed affidavit from the Bank. She said that her husband died and now she is going to die as well and she wanted it to go to a church to further the gospel. It was for 2.5 Million.
    Thanks

  • India says:

    Please teach the rest of these intrneet hooligans how to write and research!