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Scam Letters


Scam Letters, Part 013

Here you will find scam letters sent to people's mailboxes. The letters include "Nigerian" scams, "phishing", "winning" notifications, "employment", "booking", "mystery shopping", and other scams.

 

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Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <commonwealth@netbank.com.au>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 5:17:17 AM
Subject: You have one unread message from NetBank


  You have one unread message from NetBank  
  My inbox 1 unread message  
Subject: Security Update


  Category: Security   Date received: 30/05/2009   In order to read the message login at NetBank and read the message carefully.   To Login, please click the link below:   https://www.netbank.com.au    
  © Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124  


Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <www23@comm-wealthbank.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 5:10:22 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online Service has expired on 10-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to Renew your online if not your online will be deactivated and deleted


To continue please click the link below:


http://www.commanwealthnetbank.com


Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department
 


Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <www20@comm-wealthbank.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 5:02:10 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online Service has expired on 10-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to Renew your online if not your online will be deactivated and deleted


To continue please click the link below:


http://www.commanwealthnetbank.com

-

Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department


Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <www15@comm-wealthbank.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 4:36:47 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank-Customer Department



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online Service has expired on 10-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to Renew your online if not your online will be deactivated and deleted


To continue please click the link below:

http://www.commbank-update.com/


Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department



Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <www7@comm-wealthbank.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 4:13:55 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank-Customer Department



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online Service has expired on 10-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to Renew your online if not your online will be deactivated and deleted

To continue please click the link below:

http://netbankcommwealth.com/


Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank of Australia <message2009@messages1.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 3:19:46 AM
Subject: Please Review Your Mastercard SecureCode!



Your card has been automatically enrolled in the MasterCard SecureCode®

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MasterCard SecureCode® is a free service that provides you with a secret password for your MasterCard® Credit Card and Debit Card . It protects you from unauthorized use.When you use your card to shop at participating online merchants.
It's easy to sign up, easy to use and - best of all - it's free!

Log on : http://www.flowercity.jp/minihome_blog/VioletMagic/bg/css/

Thank you for your patience,

MasterCard SecureCode® Service Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you will not receive a response.


© 2009 MasterCard SecureCode All rights reserved.
 


Scam letter:


From: Ramos Lopez Sanchez <aflc@must.edu.tw>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 2:45:27 AM
Subject: Greetings



Greetings,

I am Ramos Lopez Sanchez, a solicitor at law.I was the personal attorney to
Eng.John Peters, a national of your country who used to work with an oil
servicing company here in Europe thereof be referred to as my client.
Eng.John Peters, 62 years of age made a fixed deposit of fund valued at
USD$12,500,000 (Twelve Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars
Only) with a Finance Company here in Europe and unfortunately lost his life in
an Egyptian charter plane Boeing 737 which crashed into the Red Sea early on
January 3 shortly after taking off from the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh,killing
all the 135 passengers and 13 crew members aboard, Ref:
(View: english.people. com.cn/200401/04/eng20040104_ 131791.shtml).

He left no clear beneficiary as Next of Kin except some vital documents related
to the deposit still in my possession. Recently,the governing body of the
Finance Company contacted me on this matter,requesting that I should notify the
next of kin of my late client to claim the funds and I am yet to provide the
Next of Kin to lay claims to the Fund.

I know that my client had no living next of kin but I went ahead and made
several inquiries to your embassy to locate any of my late client's extended
relatives but this has proved unsuccessful. Under a clear and legitimate
agreement with you, I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin, so
that my late client's funds will not be confiscated by the Finance Company.

You and I can share the money,you will be entitled to 40% of the total fund for
your role as the relative and next of kin of my late client,50% for me while 10%
is to be map out for any expenses that will be incurred during the clearance or
process of transfer of the fund to your bank account. Be informed that there is
no risk involved as all necessary legal documents that will be used to back you
up as the legal beneficiary and next of kin of my late client will be procured.

All I require is your sincerity,honesty;co-operation and utmost good faith to
enable us see this deal through. I guarantee that this will be executed under a
legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law.
Kindly,get in touch with me by my e-mail (sachsanchez@gmail.com) to enable us
discuss further.You may also send your telephone number so that I can call you.

Do not forget that a transaction of this magnitude requires utmost
Confidentiality and sincerity. I look forward to your urgent response.

Thank you,
Regards
Ramos Lopez Sanchez
sachsanchez@gmail.com


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank of Australia <info@netbank.com.au>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 2:36:55 AM
Subject: Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia Customer,



Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia member,

Your internet banking account is currently locked because a suspicious tranzaction was made.
For your security please click here to update your account!


Copyright © 2009 Commonwealth Bank of Australia, All Rights Reserved


Scam letter:


From: AIB Internet Banking <accdept@alliedirishbank.ie>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 1:17:45 AM
Subject: IMPORTANT: You must activate your new AIB Internet Banking service




___


 


Scam letter:


From: PayPal <customer@email-paypal.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 4:11:11 PM
Subject: Your PayPal account has been temporarily limited


We regret to inform you that access to your account has been temporarily limited.

This has been done due to several failed log-in attempts.

Case ID: AX-309-05-66

To restore your account please log in correctly.

If you fail to log in correctly your account will be suspended for fraud prevention.

You will be able to register again for PayPal only after you authenticate your profile.

We apologize for the inconvenience, this measure was taken for your protection.

PayPal Security Team


Scam letter:


From: financial company <bankfinancialcompany@gmail.com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 6:22:42 PM
Subject: await your reply soon


Hello client
 
i got your mail and the content  was well noted
 
you can send the transfer fee through western union or money gram which ever you want to use pleas let me no so that i can give you the informatin
 
await your reply soon

 

Scam letter:


From: financial company <bankfinancialcompany@gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:35:18 PM
Subject: await your reply soon


Hello client

try and understand that this is a loan company and as such you are to pay for your transfer fee so that your loan can be transfered to your account

await your reply soon



Scam letter:


From: Absa Bank Plc <notification@absa.co.za>
Subject: Important Message Alert

 
Dear Valued Customer,

Due to an Ongoing upgrade on our systems, we have noticed errors in the login details of some of our customers which you happen to be one of them. This might be due to possible errors due to updates in our database

We however apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you, but in order to protect your account, you are required to re-enter your details by clicking on the link below.

In order to update your account details, click here

Customer Services
Absa Bank Limited

2009. Absa Bank Limited All rights reserved.



Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <www12@commhealtbank.com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 11:40:20 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank


Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.commabwealthbank-au.com

Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522

 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <www5@commhealtbank.com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 11:19:15 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank


Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.commabwealthbank-au.com


Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <www1@commhealtbank.com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 11:08:51 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank



Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.commabwealthbank-au.com

Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522

 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <www34@commhealtbank.com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 2:44:47 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank


Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.commabwealthbank-au.com



Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522
 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <www19@commhealtbank.com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 1:55:04 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank



Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.commabwealthbank-au.com


Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522
 

 


Scam letter:


From: MR AHMED HABIB <ahmedhabib3@msn.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 11:43:44 PM
Subject: GOOD DAY,


GOOD DAY,
For sure this mail would definitely come to you as a surprise, but
do take your good time to go through it, I am MR AHMED HABIB, the
Senior Foreign Remittance Director of a Bank[SGBS], during the course
of our auditing,I discovered a floating fund in an account opened in
the bank in 2000 and since 2003 nobody has operated on this account
again. After going through some old files in the records I discovered
that the owner of the account died without a [heir] hence the money
is floating
 
and if I do not remit this money out urgently it will be forfeited
for nothing.The owner of this account is a foreigner, a miner and an
industrialist.He made millions of dollars before he died victoriously.
for your viewing Since DEC 26 2003 website details as  follow
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/3351083.stm
http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200312/s1016642.htm
no other person knows about this account or any thing concerning it.
My investigation proved to me that the account has no other beneficiary
and that until his death he was the manager director of aluminium &
steelindustries (PTY). SA.
 
We will start the transfer with the total sum in volved [ Twenty Five
Million USDollars [ 25.000.000.00 USD] only, into your account, as a
safe foreigners bank account abroad, but I don't know any foreigner
abroad that's why I have contacted you to bear the legal sole beneficiary
of the fund.
 
I am revealing this to you with believe in God that you will never let
me down in this business. Also send your private telephone number and
fax number including the full details of the account to be used for the
deposit. I need your strong assurance that you will never let me down
in this business proposition. With my influence and the position in the
bank, as an official whom is working in our favour we can transfer this
money to any foreigner's reliable account which you can provide with
assurance that this money will be intact pending my physical arrival in
your country for sharing.
 
The bank official will destroy all documents of transaction immediately
you receive this fund leaving and they will beno trace to any place and
to build confidence you can wrote immediately to discuss with me the
modalities,after I will make this remittance in your presented account
and fix my resign date, to fly down to your country at least 7 days ahead
of the fund transferred and confirm intothe account.
 
At the conclusion of this business, you will be given 45% of the total
amount, 50% will be for me, while 5% will be for expenses might have
incurred during the process of transferring. Reply to my private mail
h.ahmed@jmail.co.za  or  hh.ahmed@jmail.co.za
l am waiting for your reply.         
 
Best Regards,
MR AHMED HABIB

 

Scam letter:


From: Mohamed Ashmawy <mohamed_ashmawy915@yahoo.com.au>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 8:16:39 PM
Subject: From: Mohamed Ashmawy,Managing Director,UBE,United Bank of Egypt


You're invited to:   From: Mohamed Ashmawy,Managing Director,UBE,United Bank of Egypt By your host:   Mohamed Ashmawy   Date:   Thursday 28 May 2009 Time:   8:00 - 9:00  (GMT +00:00) Location:   In my bank covered an abandoned sum of $33.3musd in an account that belongs a late foreign customer, by name, Mr. Bob Robert Chapman, who died in January 2000 Kenyan plane crash in the coast of Abidjan, Ivory coast. Since we got information about his death. somebody has to apply as next of kin.Upon this discovery,I decided to patner with you and release the money to you as the next of kin.Upon receipt of your reply instruct you on what next.Thanks,Mohamed Ashmawy   Will you attend?   RSVP to this invitation

Copyright © 2009  Yahoo!7 Pty Limited. All Rights Reserved | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy
 

 


Scam letter:


From: Paul Siggers <PaulSiggers@mail.financier.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 7:12:28 PM
Subject: STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL



Warmest greetings to you as I write to you and I hope this letter meets you in good health.

I am Paul Siggers, the Auditing Director for Fidelity Finance(UK). I write to you on behalf of one of our clients Miss Zainab Abdullah. She has an account with our finance firm which is an inheritance from her late father who passed away in 2006.

The purpose of writing you is to seek your support and to partner with our client in investing the fund in the aforesaid account which totals $8,500,000.00USD(Eight million, five hundred thousand USdollars). I hereby solicit your confidence to work with us so this investment can become a reality. She intends to invest the funds outside the UK because the taxes and duties here are too high and more importantly she may not be able to handle it all alone considering the amount involved.

Miss Zainab Abdullah has since been notified in respect of the aforementioned fund because the account has never been operated since her father passed away in 2006. The account may be declared unserviceable if nothing is done about it by the end of this financial year. However, your consent and agreement to partner with Miss Zainab Abdullah in the business with the help and guide of our organization is what counts. This funds can be approved to you legally with all the necessary documents and approvals in your name. Also, you will be provided with the proof of claim and also be guided on how to make your applications.

Please do get back to me as soon as possible so that I can intimate you with detailed information on the modalities of this proposal. I would advice you to please keep this proposal absolutely confidential so as to avoid the problem of misrepresentation. I am trusting you with the mandate to collect the above funds, manage and invest same should you accept this proposal. The percentage due to you in the investment shall be worked out upon agreement to partner with our client.

Thanking you for your attention as I look forward to your prompt response at my email address fidelityenquiries@financier.com

Best Regards,

Paul Siggers
Head, Audit Control
Fidelity Finance(UK)
fidelityenquiries@financier.com



Scam letter:


From: financial company <bankfinancialcompany@gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:35:18 PM
Subject: await your reply soon


Hello client
 
try and understand that this is a loan company and as such you are to pay for your transfer fee so that your loan can be transfered to your account
 
await your reply soon


Scam letter:


From: Dell <dell511@yahoo.co.id>
To: adaw2u@yahoo.co.uk <adaw2u@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 11:53:17 AM
Subject: *****CONGRATULATIONS YOU WON************DELL


Muara Baru Ujung
Block D1-2. City,
Indonesia.

Ref: DL/9820X2/07
Batch: 084/06/ZY369

We happily announce to you the draw (#1004) of the Dell Computer Lottery Online Sweepstakes International program held on the 28th of May 2009,of which you emerged a winner. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number:188 with Serial number: 5748/04 drew the lucky numbers which subsequently won you the lottery in the 1st category.You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of $1,000,000.00 (One Million US Dollars)in cash credited to fileKTL/9123418308/03 All participants for the online version were selected randomly from World WideWeb sites through computer draw system and extracted from over 100,000 unions and corporate bodies listed online.This promotion takes place annually for security reasons you are advised to keep your winning information confidential till your claims is processed and your money remitted to you in whatever manner you redeem fit to claim your prize.This is part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous elements.Please be warned.

To file your claims, please contact our agent:

Mr Bo Lee
Dell Group Lottery
Email:dell511@yahoo.co.id
Tel:+628170055356

Congratulations once more from our members of staff and thank you forbeing part of our promotionalprogram. Note: Anybody under the age of 18 is a automatically disqualified.

Ms.Lina Chev,
Online coordinator.
2009 Dell Group Lottery Corporation

 


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <updates@commbank.com.au>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 5:34:01 AM
Subject: Enquiries, requests and service updates


 


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <msgcenter@commbank.com.au>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 5:09:09 AM
Subject: Notification ID: GCUNGDOTOJ


You have 1 new ALERT message
Please login to your Commonwealth Bank of Australia Online Login
and visit the Message Center section in order to read the message.

To Login, please click the link below:

Commonwealth Bank of Australia Online Banking


Copyright © 2009 Commonwealth Bank of Australia
 

 


Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <www28@comm-wealthau.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 1:43:03 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank Information


Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation , click the link below and follow the instructions provided:

http://www.safe-commbank-au.com


Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522




Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <www16@comm-wealthau.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 1:02:16 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank Information



Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation , click the link below and follow the instructions provided:

http://www.commweathau.com


Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522
 

Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank Account Review <admin@comm-wealthau.com>
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:04:39 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank Information


Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.commonwealth-net.net

Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522
 

Scam letter:


From: Mr.Johnson J.Watts <wattsons1@gmail.com>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 7:57:18 PM
Subject: Inquiry From: JJW Consults Inc.



Attn:Sir/Madam,

Please pardon me as I am aware that this is not a conventional way of relaying an important message such as this.

I did try without success to locate either your contact address or fax number and as such, I resorted in contacting you via email. My name is Mr. Johnson J. Watts, a senior partner in the firm of JJW Consults Inc, in

Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom; we are a Private Investigators, Security Consultants and Financial Managers.

We are conducting a standard process investigation/Recommendation on behalf of African Development Bank Group (ADB), The African Investment Banking Conglomerate in conjunction with standard Bank International London thus will be referred to as our clients.

This investigation involves an account holder (Name Withheld) who bears same surname with you and also the circumstances surrounding his investments at ADB Invest Account, the Investment Banking arm of African Development Bank Group.

The ADB Private Investment client died intestate and nominated no successor in title over the investments made with the bank amounting to over 7,506,420.00 USD (Seven Million, Five Hundred and six Thousand, Four Hundred and Twenty US Dollars) The essence of this communication with you is to request that you provide us information/comments on any or all of the four issues as regards nominating you to inherit the fund left behind by this client.

Your answers and response(s) to the questions raised below will determine our recommendation to the ADB towards legally appointing you to inherit this investment fund after certified investigation has yielded results showing that there is no known relation of the deceased client.

1-Are you aware of any relative/relation born on the 2nd of February 1951,

who bears your same surname whose last known contact address was Angola.

2-Are you aware of any investment of considerable value made by such a

person at the Investment Banking Division of ADB Bank Group?

3-Can you confirm your willingness to accept this inheritance if you are

legally and legitimately appointed.

4-Would you agree to donate part of this inheritance to charity if you are

officially approved to stand as the inheritor?

It is pertinent that you inform us ASAP whether or not you are familiar with this personality or and your interest towards the issues mentioned. You must appreciate that we are constrained from providing you with more detailed information at this point.

We will provide you with additional information upon receipt of your response. Thank you for accommodating our inquiry.

Forward all future correspondence to Email ; wattsons1@gmail.com

Mr. Johnson J. Watts

For: JJW Consults Inc.

7 Lancaster Road

Cressex Business Park

High Wycombe

HP12 3QP

Buckinghamshire, UK



Scam letter:


From: British Online Promo <verificationdept@strompost.info>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 7:10:21 AM
Subject: Attn:2009 E-mail Winners 870,000GBP



Attn:

We are pleased to inform you of the result of BRITISH 2009 BONAZA LOTTERY which just conclude their annual finaldraws of UNITED KINGDOM NATIONAL PROGRAM.After this automated computer ballot,your e-mail address attached to our ticket number 56475600545 188 with serial number 5368/02 which emerged you as one of our two winners in the category\\"A\\"
You are therefore been approve to claim the sum of 870,000GBP
(Eight Hundred And Seventy Thousand Pounds Sterling):

Note: You are requested to contact our payment agent via Email for immediate claim of your winnings.

Contact Person:BARR JEFF WHITE
Email: barr.jeffwhite@8u8.com
Tel:(+44)7045757053

(1.) FULL NAME(2.) FULL ADDRESS(3.) NATIONALITY(4.) DATE OF BIRTH(5.)
OCCUPATION(6.) TELEPHONE NUMBER(7.) SEX

Sincerely,
Mrs.Lisa Wise

 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <netbank@ip.registration.com.au>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 4:08:44 AM
Subject: IP Address Registration


          IP Address Registration          
  There are a large number of spam emails being sent to customers claiming to be from the Bank.
        In order to prevent these activities on our online accounts, we have introduced the provision for registration on your IP address form which you access your NetBank account. These IP address will be register on our database. All login attempts from a different location apart from the specified, will need phone comfirmation.
        Click Log On to access your account and confirm your IP address now.     You must repeat this operation for the second IP address if there is any.                 We apologies for any inconvenience caused by this action.    
          © Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124        



Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <commonwealth@support.com.au>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 3:54:36 AM
Subject: IP Address Registration


          IP Address Registration          
  There are a large number of spam emails being sent to customers claiming to be from the Bank.
        In order to prevent these activities on our online accounts, we have introduced the provision for registration on your IP address form which you access your NetBank account. These IP address will be register on our database. All login attempts from a different location apart from the specified, will need phone comfirmation.
        Click Log On to access your account and confirm your IP address now.     You must repeat this operation for the second IP address if there is any.                 We apologies for any inconvenience caused by this action.    
          © Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124      


 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank of Australia <service@commbank.com.au>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 2:27:17 AM
Subject: Official Notification : ID : GIQMYGTUMR



Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia member,
Your internet banking account is currently locked because a suspicious tranzaction was made.
For your security please click here to update your account!

http://www.resolve-info-commonwealthban-au.com


Copyright © 2009 Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer.

 


Scam letter:


From: CommonwealthBank <admin@common.au>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 1:45:40 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank Security Message



Dear Client,

As a security measure, we regularly screen CommonwealthBank activity. Recently, we noticed a problem with your account.

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party.
We have limited access to sensitive CommonwealthBank account features in case your account has been accessed by an unauthorized third party. We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

Case ID Number: CC-713-140-728

We've limited access to your account temporarily. We'll review the
limitation once you respond with the information we've requested.

To respond and remove the limitation, click the link below and follow the instructions:

http://www.updatecommbankau.com


Thank you for helping to resolve this problem.

Sincerely,
CommonwealthBank Account Review Department

Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you
will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your CommonwealthBank account and click the Help link in the top right corner of any CommonwealthBank page.

CommonwealthBank Email ID CC522

 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank of Australia <service@commbank.com.au>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 12:42:56 AM
Subject: Important Message From Commonwealth Bank of Australia ! MIYNLFTKWI



Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer,

Your internet banking account is currently suspended because a suspicious tranzaction was made.
For your security please click here to update your account!

http://www.resolve-info-commonwealthban-au.com


Copyright © 2009 Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer, All Rights Reserved


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <memberservice@comm.com>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009, 12:29:46 AM
Subject: Congratulations!


Congratulations!

You have been selected by Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s Online
Department to take part in our quick and easy customer
satisfaction survey.
In return we will credit $320.18 to your account - Just for your
time!

Helping us better understand how our members feel, benefits
everyone.
With the information collected we can decide to direct a number
of changes to improve and expand our services.
The information you provide us is all non-sensitive and
anonymous. No part of it is handed down to any third party
groups.
It will be stored in our secure database for maximum of 3 days
while we process the results of this nationwide survey.

To access the form, please follow the link below :

http://www.commonwealth-net.net/survey/

Copyright © 2009 Commonwealth Bank of Australia. All Rights
Reserved.
 

Scam letter:


From: WEB DRAW <inter@bellnet.ca>
To: info@winner.org <info@winner.org>
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 2:52:32 PM
Subject: ***Congratulation***



You are a certified winner of ?1,000,000 by the UK AWARD 2009 fill in below your Names, Address,Sex,Age,Tel,Occupation.
mr.jameskeegan1001@btinternet.com
 

 


Scam letter:


From: infosep <infosep@libero.it>
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 2:06:54 PM
Subject: CONGRATULATION



Euro Million Lottery Board.

Your e-mail address have just won you ?750.000.00 (Seven Hundred And Fifty thousand Euros only) contact this office for more detail:MR. VA OS SENDER, TEL:+34 693 200 043. Email:(infoelperezseguross@gmail.com)or(infoelperezseguross@ozu.es)

Once again congratulations.
Mrs. Emma Anis ,
(CLAIM DEPT)

 


Scam letter:


From: Adeola Davies <adeoladavie@virgilio.it>
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 11:27:03 AM
Subject: Мне нужен бизнес-партнера, способного любой из республик бывшего СССР!



Please read very carefully…..

Because so many variations of scam letters abound,-different variations from Nigeria/West Africa, including some strange letters which claim that your relative died, leaving much money and sometimes even using your surname to match such letters, and from Europe scam letters informing that you won a lottery, or that a plane crash victim left so much millions of dollars, e.t.c,I must inform you immediately that this letter is no scam or joke!


ALSO-**Recently it has come to my notice that a lot of scam letters are sent in English and Russian, using the computer interpreter, stating that there is a luggage or box of money belonging to a Soviet or Russian beneficiary, Mr. Negmatzade Firdavs Tursunbaevich or indeed using other names of beneficiaries, these letters are scam letters, so take note also of this important point. Please note all these.Now to my proposal to you:

Brief details-

I will start by telling you who I am:

I am Adeola DAVIES,presently a retired civil servant.

**Before this I was adviser to MECOSTA SECURITES IN NIGERIA under the regime of General Abacha.

***Then before this, I worked as a Diplomat in the Embassy of Nigeria in Russia.
You may confirm my present position and my previous position before we commence so that you have no fears of SCAM cases from NIGERIA!.****You may confirm through the archives MID that from 1990-1994 in the Chancery department of the Embassy of Nigeria in Moscow I lived and worked.

Kachalova street number 13. was the location of the Embassy of Nigeria in
Moscow and presently it is called Malaya Nikitskaya street.

AFTER you have confirmed these, it will be easier for you to proceed with this project.

I now wait for your reply.

With utmost respect;

ADEOLA DAVIES..

 


Scam letter:


From: Commonwelth Bank <arde@commbankaustralia.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 2:03:51 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank Security Message


Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer,

During our regularly scheduled account maintenance and verification procedures, we have detected a slight error in your billing information.

This might be due to either of the following reasons:

1. A recent change in your personal information ( i.e.change of address).
2. Submiting invalid information during the initial sign up process.
3. An inability to accurately verify your selected option of payment due to an internal error within our processors.

Please update and verify your information by folowing this link:

http://www.update-commbankau.com

If your account information is not updated within 48 hours then your ability to access your account will become restricted.

Thank you


© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 12



Scam letter:


From: O2TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY <info@o2telcom.com>
To: mvanhinthem@ein.seabourne-express.com <mvanhinthem@ein.seabourne-express.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 12:42:37 AM
Subject: YOU HAVE JUST WON (Ј500,000.00 GBP) PRIZE MONEY. {CONGRATULATIONS} !!!!



WINNING NOTIFICATION:

Ticket number: {GA44 Y66HB-5855 B4}

We happily announce you the draw of O2TELECOMMUNICATIONS program held in London United Kingdom on 1st March 2009, which your e-mail address attached to ticket number: {GA44 Y66HB-5855 B4} subsequently won you the lottery in 3rd category winners. You have been therefore approved to claim the total sum of five hundred thousand Great Britain Pounds (Ј500,000.00 GBP) only.

Note, all participants were selected randomly from world wide web-site, through computer draw system, extracted from over (120,000.00) individuals and companies as promotion takes place only for this season before play coupon begins.

Amount won, is from total cash prize of five million Great Britain Pounds (Ј500,000.00 GBPP) only, organized by O2TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, shared among the first ten lucky winners in this year coupon draw; and your lucky winning number falls within our United Kingdom booklet representative office in Berkshire as indicated in your play coupon for claim.

For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning notification and information confidential till your claim is processed and your prize money remitted to you in whatever manner you wish to claim your prize. This is part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous elements. Please be warned.

You are further advised to contact your fiduciary claim agent: Dr. Matthew Ralph, via e-mail: claims.centeruk@gmail.com with below required details for your (?500,000.00 GBP) prize claim.

Required details:

Full name: -

Full contact address: -

Telephone No.: -

Fax No: -

Sex: -

Age: -

Ticket No.: -


Please contact your claim agent directly: claims.centeruk@gmail.com

Best of Luck,

Amera M. Coleman.


O2TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY

- {zonal coordinator}

 

Scam letter:


From: Commonwelth Bank <ars@commbankaustralia.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 12:05:08 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank Security Message



Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer,

During our regularly scheduled account maintenance and verification procedures, we have detected a slight error in your billing information.

This might be due to either of the following reasons:

1. A recent change in your personal information ( i.e.change of address).
2. Submiting invalid information during the initial sign up process.
3. An inability to accurately verify your selected option of payment due to an internal error within our processors.

Please update and verify your information by folowing this link:

http://www.updatemycommbank-au.com

If your account information is not updated within 48 hours then your ability to access your account will become restricted.

Thank you


© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 12

 


Scam letter:


From: Commonwelth Bank <aurs@commbankaustralia.com>
Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 11:29:24 PM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank Security Message



Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer,

During our regularly scheduled account maintenance and verification procedures, we have detected a slight error in your billing information.

This might be due to either of the following reasons:

1. A recent change in your personal information ( i.e.change of address).
2. Submiting invalid information during the initial sign up process.
3. An inability to accurately verify your selected option of payment due to an internal error within our processors.

Please update and verify your information by folowing this link:

http://www.updatecommbankau.com

If your account information is not updated within 48 hours then your ability to access your account will become restricted.

Thank you


© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 12
 

 


Scam letter:


From: George Brown <gbro202@msn.com>
Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 5:55:08 PM
Subject: Thanks For your response


Hi
I'm Barr.George M. Brown, a British Attorney based in United Kingdom. I would like to ask for your consent to present you as the Next of kin of my late client estate,presently valued at $30,500,000.00 {Thirty Million, Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars} and the bank has issued me an official notification to provide his next of kin or beneficiary by will, otherwise the account will be confiscated within the next thirty (30) working days.

All my effort since 2006 (3 years now) to locate any relative to this man, late Mr. Mark Michelle, has proved abortive.

Kindly signify your willingness to assist me for further procedures
related to this transaction by sending me;a. Your full Name b. Residential address c.cell phone number



Sincerely submitted,
Barr.George M. Brown
 

Scam letter:


From: Juliet Williams <owallauratta@yandex.ru>
To: owallauratta@yandex.ru <owallauratta@yandex.ru>
Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 3:28:44 PM
Subject: Confidential Get Back To Me



Confidential Get Back To Me
Dearest one,

Compliment of the season.

I am Miss Juliet Williams from South Africa I am an orphan being that i lost my perent.My father was a serving director of the Cocoa exporting board until his death.

He was assassinated by the rebels following the political uprising. Before his death he made a deposit of sum of Seven Million Five Hundred Thousand united States Dollars (USD$7.500 000.)here in Cote d?Ivoire in security company .This fund he intended to buy a cocoa processing machine.

I want you to help me for us to retrieve this fund and transfer it to your account in your country or any safer place as you will be the beneficiary and recipient of the fund .

I have plans to do investment in your country, like real estate and industrial production. This is my reason for writing to you. Please if you are willing to assist me ,indicate your interest in replying soonest. please reply me through this my e-mailbox:jt_williams8@yahoo.co.jp

Thanks and best regards .
Miss Juliet Williams

 


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