Thursday, 30 July 2009


Another tale of woe forwarded to me by a reader. Usual tale of dastardly murder, missing millions and, oh yes, just needing my help to move the money. Don't fall for this scammer. He hasn't got millions and he certainly doesn't want your help. What he wants is your money. If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer will start asking you for money.

Dear Friend,

I know you will be surprised to read from me, but please consider this letter as request from a family in dares need for your assistance. 
Please read the attached letter for details.


Address:126 Purs Str Jhb South Africa
Dear Friend,
I know you will be surprised to read from me, but please consider this
letter as request from a family in dares need for your assistance.
Firstly, I must introduce myself, I am Mr. WILLIAM BUSO FROM ZIMBABWE, I am the first and only son of Mr. Anthony Buso. I am presently residing in South Africa.  I got your contact from the South Africa Information Exchange (S.A.I.E) in Johannesburg and on behalf of my mother who is Widow Mrs. Angela Buso. I decided to solicit for your assistance to  transfer the sum of US$21.5M (Twenty One Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) in your personal or company account.
Before my fathers death he was among the few black Zimbabwean rich farmers and he was poisoned by the agent of the ruling government Robert Mugabe for his alleged support and sympathy for the Zimbabwe opposition party controlled by the white minority. Before his death he had taken me to Johannesburg to deposit this money to security and finance company. This money was deposited in a box as a gemstone to avoid much demurrage from the Security Company. This money was earmark for purchase of new machinery and chemicals for the farms and establishes new farms in Lesotho and Swaziland. In this will he specially drew my attention to this sum US$21.5M (Twenty One Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) that he deposited in safe box of private security and finance company  here
in Johannesburg, South Africa.
My beloved son, I wish to draw your attention to this money, which I deposited in your name in a box with a security and finance company in Johannesburg, South Africa. In case of my absence on earth caused by death, you should solicit for a reliable foreign partner to assist you to transfer this money out of South Africa for investment purpose.
From the above, you will understand that the live of my family and I
depends on this money as much. I will be very grateful if you can assist us. We are now living in South Africa as Asylum seekers and financial laws of South Africa does not allow Asylum seeker certain right to such huge amount of money.
In view of this, I cannot invest this money in South Africa,  hence I am
asking you to assist me to transfer this money out of South Africa for
investment purpose. For your efforts, I am prepared to offer you 25% of
the total fund. While 5% will be set aside for local and international
expenses and 70% will be kept by my family and me.
Finally modalities of how the transfer will be done and conveyed to you
once we establish trust and confidence between ourselves.
Looking forwards to your reply and please treats as very urgent and if you are willing to help us contact my son on
Best Regards 


I can't imagine that a genuine loan company would send you a random email with the subject "hello". Whoever sent this is a scammer, not a loan company. The email apperas to have originated in Nigeria - home of scams, not of legitimate financial lenders.

If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer will start asking you for money as fees. Delete the email and don't reply.

This is Easy Loan Financial Service, Do you need an urgent Business Loan *
Personal Loans * Educational Loan * Consolidation Loan* or Investment
Loan?. Do contact now us at ( for more information

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

{Spam?} Congrat!!!! Yahoo! Mail announces you as one of the lucky winners

Don't be fooled by the subject of this email. You aren't "one of the lucky winners", you are a potential scam victim. Yahoo don't hold random email draws or send out random emails telling you of your winnings. This is a scammer, who wants to take money from you by charging you fees. Delete the email and don't reply.

Yahoo International Lottery Organization
Bangkok Branch Office
Address: 3 Rajdamnern Avenue
Bangkok 10200 Thailand
Yahoo! Mail announces you as one of the 17 lucky winners in the ongoing 12 Years Yahoo lottery Award of the New Year Held on 1st of July 2009.
All 17 winning email addresses were randomly selected from a batch of 50,000,000 international emails each from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceania as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually, consequently, you have been approved for a total pay out of ONE MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS ( $1, 000. 000.00 USD)
This Lottery was promoted and sponsored by a conglomerate of some multinational companies as part of their social responsibility to the citizens in the communities where they have operational base.
Further more your details (e-mail address) falls within our Bangkok representative office in Bangkok Thailand, as indicated in your play coupon and your prize of ( $1, 000.000.00USD) will be released to you from this regional branch office in Bangkok Thailand.
Your fund is now deposited with our Bank/Security Company in Bangkok Thailand and insured in your name. Due to mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep this award from public notice until your claim has been processed, and your winning Cheque have being sent to you or remitted to your account, as this is part of our security protocol, to avoid double claiming and unwarranted taking of advantage of this program by participants, as has happened in the past.
These are your confidential identification numbers.
Wed 07/29/09 Ticket Number 7805-12233077-09
Wed 07/29/09 Serial Number 6710 0-1
Wed 07/29/09 Lucky Number 177-030-111-09
Wed 07/29/09 Ref Number N.EGS/3662367005/-15
---07/20/09 02-05-19-26-29-31-28
---07/19/09 05-15-28-31-32-45-11
---07/18/09 13-19-23-33-38-48-02
---07/17/09 04-05-19-28-31-38-34
---07/16/09 04-05-08-15-19-40-22
To begin your lottery claims, Please contact our Yahoo Lottery Co-ordinator as follows,
Tel: +(66)869771165.
You are to send the completed verification form below to the co-ordinator whose email address is given above so that you will be advised on what to do to get your prize money. Congratulations once more!!
1. Full name:
2. Home Address:
3. contact Teleph number:
4. Private Telephone:
5. Occupation:
6. Age:
7. Sex:
8. Nationality:
9. Email:
Country of Origin:
Country of Residence/work:
Awarded Date:
Remember, all prize money must be claimed not later than 28th of August 2009. Any claim not made by this date will be returned to HER MAJESTYS DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY. And also be informed that 10% of your lottery winning belongs to (THE PROMOTIONS COMPANY). Because they are the company that bought your ticket and played the lottery in your name.
Note also that this 10% will be remitted after you have received your winnings prize, because the money is insured in your name already.
NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please remember to quote your reference and Lucky numbers in all correspondences with us, Furthermore, should there be any change of address, please do inform our Co-ordinator as soon as possible. Yahoo lottery is a free service that does not require you to be a Yahoo Registered user.
An original copy of your lucky winning Certificate will be sent to you by Administrative Remittance Operation Issuing Bank Bangkok Thailand that is in charge of your payment.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Once again from all members of our staff and thank you for being a part of our International Promotions program.
We wish you continued good fortunes.
Yours Sincerely,
Dr. Raymond Hisashi
Vice President
Yahoo! Lotto Org.
Mrs. Tina Akira
Yahoo! Lotto Org


Mr Hazan has sent me an email about his desk. How thoughtful of him.

Yes - you can guess the rest: This scammer claims that he
a) works for a bank
b) had a rich client who died in a tragic accident leaving no relatives
c) just needs my help to get his hands on the money.

Mr Hazan doesn't have any money to give to you. He's a scammer who wants to take money from you by charging you fees. Delete the email and don't reply.

Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
Dear Friend,
Greeting's to you and your entire family!

I am MR ZUMA HAZAN, a banker with the above mentioned bank in Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso in West Africa, holding the post of the Audit & Accounts dept.
On December, 25, 2003, one of our custormer An Astute
Business man of international repute, a contract with ecowas country, whose
endeavors spans various areas of Business interest, (Real estate, contract and
Farming .etc) made a numbered time (Fixed) Deposit, valued at $19.3 M (Nineteen
Million Three Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) for twelve calendar
months in my Bank Branch.

Upon Maturity, we sent a routine notification to his forwarding address but got
no reply. After a month, we sent a reminder and finally we discovered from his
company that he was aboard the AF4590 plane, which crashed
December, 25 2003. After further investigation, it was discovered that he died
without making a WILL and all attempts to trace his next of kin proved
fruitless. On further investigation, it was discovered that he
did not declare any next of kin or relatives in all his official documents,
including his Bank Deposit paper work here in our Bank. The total sum, $19.3M
is still in my bank and the interest is being rolled over with the principal sum
at the end of each year. All efforts to trace and locate his next of kin proved

In accordance with the country’s banking laws and constitution guiding this
banking institution stated that after the expiration of 5 years, if no body or
person comes for the claim as the next of kin , such money will be revert to
the Burkina Faso government treasury if nobody applies as the next of Kin to
claim of the fund. Consequently, It is upon this respect, I seek to present you
as a foreign partner to stand in as the next of kin to the late custormer,
since no one will come up for the claim.

Upon acceptance of this proposal, I shall send to you by mail the BOA Bank
"Next of Kin Payment Application Text Form" as well as detailed
information on how this business would be carried out. And you will be in
position of 40% after the deal is done, I guarantee that this will be executed
under legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law,
as I will use my position in the Bank's here to perfect this business
transaction & secure Approvals and guarantee the successful execution of
this transaction.

Please be informed that your utmost confidentiality is required. If this
interests you, I want to remind you of the confidentiality of this Transaction
at hand whatever your decision is. I await your urgent response,and fill those
question below to enable us proceed this business onward.

Your Full Name..........................
Your Personal Mobile Number.........

As soon as i receive your positive respond i will send you the text of
application which you will use to apply in my bank as next of kin.

Saturday, 25 July 2009

CONTACT US ON TEL +44-703-592-1883

"Mrs.Florina Bent " has a very appropriate name. She isn't as bent as a florin (an old English coin worth 20p), she is as "bent as a nine bob note" - a non existent banknote.

Yes, "Mrs Bent" and her colleagues are scammers - hoping to take money from you by charging you fees for your non-existent win. Delete the email and don't reply.

Dear: e-Mail Winner,
The Yahoo/Msn office has set out and successfully organized a Sweepstakes marking the beginning of year anniversary.We rolled out over 10,000.000.00 (10 million e-mails) to mark the 2009 Anniversary Draws. Participants for the draws were randomly selected and drawn from a wide range of web hosts which we enjoy their BETA patronage attaching personalized email addresses to ticket numbers.

Your email address as indicated was drawn and attached to Ticket no:56475600545188 with Serial no:2113-04 and drew the lucky numbers 9-21-17-39-23-13(17) which subsequently won you £5,000,000.00GBP (Five Million Great Britain pounds) as one of the 10 jackpot winners in this draw. To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact our fiduaciary claims department for more infomation as regards procedures to claim your prize.

--Kindly provide all required information.

To file for your claim send identification and details of claim to:Oversea Payment office and Release Order Department CLAIMS PROCESSING LOTTERY
AGENT With a scanned copy of your international passport or drivers license for official record and payment files.

Mr.Wesley Benson
TEL: +44-703-592-1883

Congratulations once more from all members and staffs of this Yahoo/Msn Lottery Board.

Mrs.Florina Bent
Yahoo/Msn Lottery Office United Kingdom.
Material Copyright © 2009 Lottery United Kingdom.

Friday, 24 July 2009

"Wadsworth, Mike" tells me I am a winner in the "British National Lottery". There is only one way to win on the National Lottery and that is to buy a ticket. There is only one way to get your prize and that is to put in a claim. The National Lottery will NEVER tell you that you have won as they don't collect any personal details when you buy a ticket. The National Lottery DON'T run random e-mail draws (Nobody does).

This is a scammer hoping to take money from you by charging you a fee. Ignore it.

Your e-mail emerged a winner with a prize of £450,000.00 GBP,in the BRITISH NATIONAL LOTTERY online
draws,Contact,Name:Dr Mark Tom
Wadsworth, Mike

Thursday, 23 July 2009


"Mrs Jackman" thinks it will come as a surprise to me to be told that she is a) rich, b) a widow c) her husband died in a nasty accident and d) she wants to give her money to me. Nothing new there, then.

"Mrs Jackman" is an advance fee scammer. How do I know that? Because she asks for £245.50. Don't send any money. Mrs Jackman doesn't want to send you her millions, she wants to keep asking you for money. Ignore her.


I am sure this mail would come to you as a surprise since we have never
met before and you would also be asking why I have decided to choose you
amongst the numerous internet users in the world. I cannot say why I have
chosen you but don't be bothered about this, for I come in peace and
something positive, which will affect your life and the lives of others
for good. The internet has made the world a global village where you can
reach anybody you have not met before. Before I proceed, I am Mother Emily
Olivier, 87 Years old and the wife of Late Sir Jackman Olivier who died in
a Plane crash on Monday the 7th of September 1998 GMT 14:22 UK while
flying from New York to Geneva.

You may confirm this from this link

After the death of my husband, I headed his investment and now that I am
old I have decided to spend the rest of my life with my family and
relatives whom I never had time for during my active business life. Before
the death of my husband, we had plans to use the last days of our lives to
disburse part of our resources to serve the needs of the less-privileged
and whatever left for ourselves and relatives. But unfortunately, my
husband is not alive today to do this with me, hence I have decided it
on behalf of my late husband and I.

I have willed out half of our assets to charities in different countries.
In addition to the agreement between my late husband and I to give aid to
the deprived, we resolved to positively touch the life of an individual
we have not met in life, the reason being that when we were younger we
received help from an unknown individual, whom we have not met till this
day. The impact we got from such gesture made us to do same to you now.

I am sorry to inform you that you will never have the chance to know me
because I have just concluded the assignment which my husband and I have
agreed upon before his sudden death and you happened to be the beneficiary
of our last WILL, irrespective of your previous financial status I need
you to do me a favor by accepting our offer that will cost you nothing.I
have deposited a Check valued at £5,800,000.00 British Pounds with Scarlet
Couriers to be delivered to you on your contact with them. So, contact
Scarlet Couriers now with the contact details below to know when your
package is scheduled for delivery to you due to the date on which the
check will mature and expire:

Contact Person: Mr. Mark Robins
Email Address:

For your information, I have paid for the delivery Charges, Insurance
Premium and Clearance Certificate Fee as required for the Check showing
that the fund donated to you have no link to Drug-trafficking or the
sponsorship of Terrorism in your Country. The only charges to be paid by
you is £245.50 GBP, as security keeping for the check so far. This would
have been paid by me, but the company insisted that I should not, since
the time you will contact them is not certain and to avoid accumulated
security keeping fee. Try to contact the company fast on receiving this
email to avoid further delays. Remember to ask them to provide you with
the method of paying the security keeping fee.

You are to reconfirm the below information to them to avoid any mistake on
the Delivery.

Postal address;
Full Names:
Direct telephone number;
The Security keeping code of the cheque: (SCT/0433/w)

Note: Neither should you thank me nor my husband, just invest wisely with
the money given to you and do same to the life of another someday as this
is theonly way we can better our world. Also, I will no longer be reading
my emails as I have retired completely to my ranch. Note that all further
correspondences should be between you and Scarlet Couriers Service London.

Mrs. Emily Olivier Jackman


"Mr. Fernando Sanchez" claims to work for "Microword Corporations" (whoever they are????). Silly me - I always thought Word was produced by Microsoft. Back to "Mr Sanchez" - he claims he is in Spain, yet has a yahoo. (Hong Kong) email address. To add "authenticity" to his scam he has given a link to a spam website full of advertising links. Even more oddly, his email says it comes from Vincent Cheng @ - a college in Mexico. Possibly a student with too much time on his hands?

Yes folk, this is a scam. There is no such thing as Microword Corporations and there was no draw. If you reply you will "Mr Sanchez" is a scammer who will start asking you for money.



We are pleased to inform you of the released results of Sweepstakes
Promotion organized by Microword Corporations, in conjunction with the
foundation for the promotion of software products, held on 9th July 2009, in
Madrid, Spain. Your email address won a cash award of Four hundred and
eight thousand six hundred and twenty euros (488,620.00 Euros).

Contact Our Foreign Transfer Manager for claims.
Mr. Fernando Sanchez
Denim DYZER.
Promotions Manager.
Msft Word Resource Madrid.

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Dom Bongo

"Dom Bongo" has made up the usual story. Parents dead. Left large amounts of money. Family want to take his money. He claims he wants to find a "foreign investor" so he can further his education. But he says he is living in America. Last time I looked you could continue your education perfectly well there, and invest money too.

"Mr Bongo" isn't rich and he probably doesn't live in Texas. He's a scammer, hoping you will fall for his story and send him money. Delete the email and don't reply.

Good day, my name is Dominique Bongo i am 22yrs old, i am the son of the
late president who goes by the Islamic name called El Hadj Omar Bongo but
is Real Name Omar Bongo Ondimba. My mum is the second wife of my father
and her name is Edith Lucie Bongo but she is dead, shortly after her death
was when my dad died in a clinic in the Spanish city of Barcelona, He died
at the Quiron clinic Hospital on Monday 8 June 2009 Time 18.17.

You Can Read Articles about my late father the president in the websites

You Can Also WAtch Video Of My Dad's Funeral Below;

Right now I am in texas here in Usa looking for a trusted person to help me. Before the death of my late father he secretly called me by his bed side
as i am the only son of my late mother and i am his favourite and he told
me of a deposit of sum $20M USD (Twenty Million United States Dollars
Only) he made in my name in a Bank in Abidjan (Cote Divore) on the 12th
of May 2008.

As it is now my Older brother who is the Defence Minister in Gabon Ali Ben
Bongo is trying to figure out everything but my father warned me to keep
it for myself and look for a foreign investor who will take care of me and
help me invest the money and so that i can further my education.

This is the reason why i am contacting you for help, if you are interested
I am ready to offer you 30% of the total sum for your help so that you can
help me transfer this money into your account so that i can move over to
your country and continue my education and live my life all over again

Looking forward to your kindest reply soonest and may God bless you. reply me at

Sincerely Yours.

Dominique Bongo

Loan Information for You !

UK money lenders are not approved by the "UN and the world bank", they require a credit license from the OFT (Office of Fair Trading. You can check the license numbers online here The license number quoted by this scammer belongs to a genuine organisation in Sheffield in Yorkshire, who are probably not happy that a scammer has made up a fictitious number and is quoting their license number.

Delete this email and don't reply. If you make the mistake of replying you will find a scammer asking you for money for fees for your non-existent loan.

Perry Moore Finance House
39, Dalry Road
Haymarket Edinburgh EH11 2BU
United Kingdom.
(6595769 - Licensed Credit Brokers 478798.)

Perry Moore Finance House, a Licensed Credit Broker mandated by the
respective members of the United Nation (UN) and the world bank to assist
individuals as well as coporate bodies/companies with loans to assist them
to cushion the effect of the on-going global recession. we therefore offer
suitable loans from 3,000 DOLLARS to 10,000,000 DOLLARS at just 3%
interest rate with Flexible repayment over 1 to 30 years.

*Home Improvement
*Inventor Loans
*Auto Loans
*Debt Consolidation
*Line of Credit
*Second Mortgage
*Business Loans
*Personal Loans
*International Loans
*Student loans

All applicants considered even those with a poor credit history.

Apply NOW by email at:
Do send us the loan amount you need, your occupation, your full contact
details and the duration you need the loan.

Perry Moore
Perry Moore Finance House

Saturday, 18 July 2009


I'm sure that if the prime bank of Burkina Faso really had $5.5m to spare that it could find a better use for it than sending it to a random person. It doesn't have that money spare, of course. "Mr Mala Mark" is a scammer. A scammer who is hoping to get his hands on your money by charging you fees. Just delete the email and don't reply.

Good day,

I am working with one of the prime bank here in Burkina Faso, can you help me repatriate the sun of (5.5 million dollar) to your oversea account based on percentage.

(1) Can you handle this project?
(2) Can I give you this trust?
(3) What will be your commission?

I expect your urgent response and call only if you can handle this project.

Respectfully Yours,
Telephone 00226 76-98-43-78.

Note: Strictly reply through my private email account if interest is shown.

Thursday, 16 July 2009


Would you trust a scammer who can't even spell his first name? Dr.Tomithy Lambo is a scammer. He doesn't have millions of dollars to invest. He is, however, hoping that you will fall for his plan and send him your money. Yes - if you answer - you will find yourself being asked to send money.

Don't fall for this scam. Delete the email and don't reply.

First and Foremost my apology, for using this medium to reach you, for a transaction/business of this nature. I have decided to seek a confidential cooperation with you in the execution of the deal described hereunder for the benefit of all parties and hope you will keep it as a top secret because of the nature of this

I am a member and the Director of the Project Implementation committee,
Department of Minerals and Energy, Republic of South Africa. We in search of a foreign agent to assist us in the transfer of US$14.5m and subsequent investment;
in properties in your country. You will be required to: -
(1) Assist in the transfer of the said sum
(2) Advise on lucrative areas for investment
(3) Assist us in purchase of properties.
If you are willing to assist us in the transaction, your share of
the sum will be 30% of the US$14.5M, 60% for us and 10% for miscellaneous

I will be pleased as soon as you indicate your interest by including your
confidential phone and fax numbers in your positive response to me.

This will enable us furnish you with further information on the procedures and modalities on how funds will be transferred or made available to you.

I await your immediate response.
Dr.Tomithy Lambo
Note; reply to my pravite mail;

Wednesday, 15 July 2009

HSBC Security Alert: Verify Online Access.

I hope you know that you should NEVER click on a link in a bank email. Always enter the address of your bank directly into your browser. This is a scam email. The link doesn't take you to the HSBC website but to a fake site, where you are asked to enter all your bank details. Look at this screenshot: (I entered a made up ID - I'm not even a customer of the HSBC)

Dear HSBC Customer,

To ensure you are always protected, we are introducing a new programme
on security called BankSecure-cfx-08 and you'll see a number of initiatives
that will be put in place to enhance your Internet banking experience.

Sequel to the new security measure, our records indicate that your account
was Flagged and has upshot an internal error on our processor.

For security reasons, you must update your account to
restore full access to your Online Banking.
Please Click Here to complete your account update.
Sign In to start the
validation process.

Privacy Department.
HSBC Bank plc Online Banking

Monday, 13 July 2009

Dear Email Owner

The Netherlands Lottery don't hold random email draws. This is just a scam. The scammer hopes you will fall for his or her evil plot and send them your hard earned cash to pay for fees for your non-existent win.

Delete the email and don't reply.


Dear Email Owner

We are pleased to inform you of results of our cyber lottery draw of the Promotional Draws.

The online electronic-raffle draws was conducted from an exclusive list of 250,000 e-mail accounts picked by our Electronic Random Selection System (ERSS) from an exclusive list However, no tickets were sold.

After the automated computer ballot collection, your e-mail address emerged as a winner category "A" with the following numbers attached (Ref Number: MSP 91104 EL 7612, Batch Number: 563881545-NL/2009 and Ticket Number: PA 3502 /8707-01.

You are therefore to receive a cash prize of 2,500,000.00. (Two Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) from the total payout sum! CONGRATULATIONS!!!

The payout of this cash prize to you will be subject to the final validations and satisfactory report that you are the owner of the winning email address. In line with the Governing rules of claim, you are required to establish contact with your designated claims agent via email or telephone with the particulars below:

Name: Mr Soresen Holms jr
Foreign claims agent Netherlands Office.

TEL: +31 619 970 279
FAX: +31 847 455 835
Contact Email:

You are advised to provide him with the following information:

First name:
Last Name:
Telephone/Fax number:

You are to keep all lotto information confidential, especially your reference numbers and the password of your E-mail address. Since we do not

Know you, if an impostor hacks your E-mail account ID and claims your money without our knowledge, we shall not be liable. Double claims will not be entertained so be careful.

Furthermore, should there be any change of address do inform our agent as soon as possible. Congratulations!!! And thank you for being a user of the World Wide Web.

Yours Faithfully
Rick Chrisman
Event Manager
Copyright © 2009. The Netherlands National Lottery Inc

Friday, 10 July 2009


Wrong. This email doesn't come as a surprise. Strange though it may seem to this scammer, I regularly receive scam emails telling me what a surprise they are. They aren't. The scammer doesn't want to "improve the standard of living globally". He or she wants to improve their own standard of living by stealing money from you for fees.

Delete the email and don't reply.

Attn:ATM card Winner,

This email will come to you as a surprise.The Automated teller machine inc.(ATM) have chosen you by the board of trustees through a computerized random ATM ballot system as one of the final recipients for the 2009 ATM grant promo.

The promo was sponsored by the Automated teller machine inc.(ATM) to encourage the use of ATM cards,and to improve the standard of living globally,by giving out once in a "LIFE TIME CASH GRANT PROMO" ATM Card Value (1.4 MILLION EURO) to 5 lucky recipients respectively,for the year financial grant promo,in accordance with the enabling act Parliament world development programme.

You have been granted an International ATM platinum card value (1.4 MILLION EURO) only.To secured the release of the ATM CARD you must call and email the assigned agent below with your

1.Fully name as in your passport or identification,
2.Mobile,telephone and fax number,
3.Address and country.The required information's will be used to process/issue the ATM CARD in your names.

Mr.kiga Jose
Tel: +34 608 526 311
Email to:


Best regards,

Mrs.Ash orch
Director of ATM Inc.

This e-mail transmission contains information that is confidential and may be privileged. It is intended only for the addressee(s) named above.

Copyright© 1994 -2009 Atm Inc.
All rights reserved. Terms of Service - Guidelines


This email didn't come from Dr Muhtar. It came from a scammer. And I'm sure you aren't owed $15.5 - are you? Of course not. The scammer wants to take money from you by charging you fees.

Delete the email and don't reply.

Dr. Mansur Muhtar OFR
Headquarters, Ahmadu Bello Way,
Central Business District,
P.M.Box 41,Garki,
Abuja, Nigeria.

Attention: Beneficiary,

My name is .Dr. Mansur Muhtar OFR , I'm the the new Minister of Finance, I'm directed

to contact you by the (UNITED NATION AND INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND )to urgently

confirm from you if actually you know one Mrs Joy William and COLLEAGUES who claim to be

your business associate/ partner in your country .

The said Mrs Joy Williams is claiming to us that you are dead and he will like to

change all the Information that you gave to us as our bonafide beneficiary. Below is the

new banking information were he wish to have this funds transferred to:-

Bank of America
6901 Northwest Expressway
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73132
ABA: 026009593 (International)
ACCT. #:003042656833
ACCT: Name: FMS Investments Inc.
Signatory: Floyd M. Shealy

This development is coming up now that the Ministry want to offset all your outstanding

payments to all our legal foreign beneficiaries' around the world in which your payment

file was affected.

As you may know, the total amount in your favor is a total sum of $15.5 Million U.S

Dollars. We need to confirm from you if it's really true that you are dead and If we did

not hear from you it automatically means that you are actually dead and the information

passed to us by Mrs Joy Williams and is correct.

You are to contact me through my email address as soon as you receive this message so as

to know the true position of things with you so that we would not make any mistake in

remitting your out-standing payment to a wrong person/account.

Your swift response will help this ministry a lot. Do email me with your full names and

direct phone number for an easy communication, your age and occupation to this effect.

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Mansur Muhtar OFR
Honorable Minister of Finance
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Telephone: +234-703-102-5125

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Thursday, 9 July 2009


This scammer needs to get to grips with a few basic facts before writing any more scams. Who are "Microword Corporations" ???? What a load of old balderdash and piffle (as my aunties would say)

This is written by a scammer who just wants to steal your cash by charging you fees. Delete the email and don't reply.

We are pleased to inform you of the released results of Sweepstakes
Promotion organized by Microword Corporations, in conjunction with
the foundation for the promotion of software products, held on 30th
JUNE 2009, in Madrid, Spain. Your email address won a cash award of
Four hundred and eighty eight thousand six hundred and twenty euros
(488,620.00 Euros).Contact Our Foreign Transfer Manager for claims.
Mr. Fernando Sanchez
Denim DYZER.
Promotions Manager.
Msft Word Resource Madrid.


I'm sure that the late Mr Packer's family will be pleased to know what a truly honest man his personal treasurer is. At least they would be if this was real. It isn't real, and "Mr Kodia Bernard" had nothing to do with Mr Packer. He's a scammer. He wants nothing better than to get his thieving hands on your money by charging you fees.

Delete the email and don't reply.

Hello Friend,

I am Mr. Kodia .C. Bernard. Roger a personal treasurer to late Mr. Kerry Packer the
Richest man in Australia and owner of the many companies. His business
Empire, built around Publishing and Broadcasting Ltd (PBL), includes
Television, magazines, Internet-related enterprises, Melbourne's Crown
Casino and the Burswood Casino in Perth, beef cattle properties,
Petrochemicals, property investment, resources and engineering.


I have a profiling amount in an excess of US$ 30.5M, which I seek your
Partnership in accommodating for me. You will be rewarded with 25% of
the total sum for your partnership. Can you be my partner on this?


As a personal treasurer to Late Mr. Kerry Packer, authority was handed
over to me in transfer of money of an American petrochemical merchant
for his last petrochemical deal before his untimely death.
Already the funds have left the shore of Australia to a European
Private Bank where the final crediting is expected to be carried out.
While I was on the process, My Boss became ill and finally died on
Monday 26th December 2005You can catch more of the story on this website:


All I need from you is to stand as the beneficiary of the above quoted
Sum and I will re-profile the funds with your name, which will enable
The European bank transfers the sum to you. I have decided to use this
Sum to relocate to American continent where I can invest and never to
Be connected to any the late Packers conglomerates.
This transaction has to be concluded within the shortest possible time.
As Soon as I confirm your readiness to conclude the transaction with
Me, I will provide you with the details.

Thank you very much. Regards,
Mr. Kodia .C. Bernard. Roger.
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