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Scam Letters


Scam Letters, Part 014

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 "privcyroom@cantv.net" <privcyroom@cantv.net>
date May 8, 2009 3:53 AM
subject Reply urgent please!


Greetings!

I am reaching you with faith to solicit for your kind assistance to help me achieve my good plan to transfer my money $6.5m to your safe bank account which I inherited from my late parents and also to help me come to your country after transfer of the money for investment which I will highly need your full assistance.

I will like to establish a good relationship with you which I am desperate in need of your kind help to achieve this efforts. I am the only son of my late father, Chief Edward Peterson. He was a gold and precious stones marchant when he was alive. He was poisoned to death by his brothers because of land dispute, and my late mother died last 3 mounths ago after suffered kidney surgical operation here.

When she was on hospital bed before her painful death, she advised me to seek for foreign assistance who will help me to receive this money and me to leave Africa and help to put this money into good investments with fear of God as I do not have any good idea or knowledge to manage the big money.

I am Sierra Leone National, I will be very happy if you can be willing to help me to accomplish this plan as I have decided to leave from Africa and come to your country and resettle for this investment and my security and for my better future and also to further my education while you will be managing the business on my behalf. So please kindly indicate your interest while I will appreciate to feed you with more information on your request.

Anxiously waiting for your interesting reply!

Best Regards.
Michael Peterson
 


Scam letter:


from john hayward <jjhayward1057@msn.com>
reply-to jjhayward360@live.com
date May 12, 2009 1:39 AM
subject please reply


Hello,

I have emailed you earlier without a response. In my first email I mentioned about my late client whose relatives I cannot get in touch with. I am compelled to do this because I would not want the bank to push my clients funds into the bank treasury as unclaimed inheritance.

This mail is written and intended to solicit your assistance to be presented as NEXT OF KIN to my Late Client since you are a foreigner and only a foreigner can lay claims on this inheritance. The Governing Body of the Bank has contacted me on this matter and I am yet to provide the Next of Kin to lay claims to the Fund. Under a clear and legitimate agreement with you, I shall seek your consent to be presented as the next of Kin so that my late Clients' Fund will not be Confiscated by the Bank and pushed into the bank treasury as unclaimed bills.

For the sake of Transparency on this matter, you are free to make immediate contact for further clarification and explanation on this matter. I will need you also to reconfirm your full name and contact telephone number to ascertain the fact that I am dealing with the right person.

Thank you very much for your anticipated acceptance while we expect your prompt response to this matter as the urgency demands.

Yours faithfully.

John Hayward
London - United kingdom

+447031911520.

 


Scam letter:


from john hayward <jjhayward1061@msn.com>
reply-to jjhayward5050@live.com
date May 18, 2009 8:38 AM
subject: please reply


Hello,

I have emailed you earlier without a response. In my first email I mentioned about my late client whose relatives I cannot get in touch with. I am compelled to do this because I would not want the bank to push my clients funds into the bank treasury as unclaimed inheritance.

This mail is written and intended to solicit your assistance to be presented as NEXT OF KIN to my Late Client since you are a foreigner and only a foreigner can lay claims on this inheritance. The Governing Body of the Bank has contacted me on this matter and I am yet to provide the Next of Kin to lay claims to the Fund. Under a clear and legitimate agreement with you, I shall seek your consent to be presented as the next of Kin so that my late Clients' Fund will not be Confiscated by the Bank and pushed into the bank treasury as unclaimed bills.

For the sake of Transparency on this matter, you are free to make immediate contact for further clarification and explanation on this matter. I will need you also to reconfirm your full name and contact telephone number to ascertain the fact that I am dealing with the right person.

Thank you very much for your anticipated acceptance while we expect your prompt response to this matter as the urgency demands.

Yours faithfully.

John Hayward
London - United kingdom
+447031911520.
 


Scam letter:


from Hang Seng <Hangsenghkvftu@live.com>
reply-to Hang Seng <Hangsenghkvftu@live.com>
date Jun 1, 2009 1:35 PM
subject URGENT BUSINESS PROPOSAL FROM AN HONG-KONG. BANK.......


Greetings!

It is understandable that you might be a little bit apprehensive because
you do not know me, Please forgive this unusual manner to contact you, but
this particular letter/email is of exceptional and very private nature,as by
virtue of my vantage position in Hang Seng Bank Ltd -Hong Kong i have a
lucrative business proposal of mutual interest to share with you.There is no
way for me to know whether I will be properly understood, but it is my duty
to write and reach out to you,TRUSTING that you will give this proposal a
positive consideration.

I am Mr.P. Lee a South Korean,55 years old and happily married with
children, and i am a Director of Hang Seng Bank Ltd,in charge of the
International Remittance department.I will need you to assist me in
executing a business project from our bank worth US$25.5 Million.These funds were deposited with our bank by a customer of our bank who is a
national{citizen} of your country/region,who unfortunately died in the
December 2004 Asia Tsunami disaster .

For more on this natural disaster click on these links:-

http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/newsid_4530000/newsid_4537600

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4381395.stm

www.nytimes.com/2004/12/30/international/worldspecial4/30quake.html?
_r=1&scp=10&sq=2004%20tsunami&st=cse&oref=slogin

http://www.globalsecurity.org/eye/andaman-us.htm

The deceased account has been declared dormants since 2006 and these funds
will be confiscated/declared unserviceable and turned over to the Hong Kong
government if the deceased business associates or next-of-kin did not claim
this money;since all efforts to trace any living relative of the deceased
proved abortive,i have decided that i will have you claim this money as the
deceased business associate/or next-of-kin,since you are from the same
country/region and perhaps have some similarities in certain
areas.Everything concerning this transaction shall be LEGALLY done without
hitch,as i was the deceased account Officer and all the relevant documents
of this deposit were kept under my care.

I will in the course of this transaction sends to you all of my legal and
valid Identities{I.D},and also our bank web site,where you can see my
pictures and resumes for your reference.

Please endeavour to observe utmost discretion in all matters concerning
this issue,as i hope that you are a sincere,honest,matured person and above
all TRUSTWORTHY.Once the funds have been successfully transferred into your account, we shall share it in a ratio of 30% for you,65% for me and my
assocaites in the bank and the reminder 5% to take care of contingencies.

I will prefer you reach me on my private email address below:{ptchunglee@aim.com) and finally after that I shall furnish you with
more information about this operation.I am counting on your anticipated
co-operation for a successful and hitch free business transaction between
us,that will be mutually beneficial,for a start oblige me these
information:-

1.Your Full name{s}:-

2.Current contact address:-

3.Your present Occupation:-

4.Your age:-

5.Contact phone numbers{Office and Mobile{cell}:-

Please if you are not interested delete this email and do not hurt me
because I am putting my career and the life of my family at stake with this
venture.Although nothing ventured is nothing gained,as it is said,the taste
of the pudding is in the eating,do give this proposal SERIOUS AND POSITIVE
CONSIDERATION.

Your earliest response to this letter will be highly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Mr.Pt. Lee
Hang Seng Bank Limited
Hong Kong.{Asia}
www.hangseng.com
Tel/Fax:-852-3017 6607

Email:-ptchunglee@aim.com ////// ptchunglee@aim.com

PS:---PLEASE SEND YOUR REPLY TO US STRICTLY THROUGH THIS EMAIL ADDRESS FOR
SECURITY/PRIVACY REASONS:---ptchunglee@aim.com

 


Scam letter:


Muhammad Shahid <mshd10@msn.com>
 


Attention Please;
Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not meet your personal ethics although, I wish to use this medium to get in touch with yon but do take your good time to go through it. I am Mr Muhammad Shahid, the Senior
Foreign Remittance Director of a Bank, 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.
Since DEC 262003 website details as follow:
<http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/africa/12/26/benin.crash/>
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 suminvolved [ Twenty Five
Million USDollars [ 25.000.000.00 USD] only, into your account, as a safe
foreigners bank account abroad, but I don'tknow 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 anofficial 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 be no trace to any place and to
build confidence you can write 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 into the 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
muhammadsha72@yahoo.fr or muhammadsha22@yahoo.fr,

I am waiting for your reply.

Best Regards,
Mr Muhammad Shahid

 


Scam letter:


Juliet Williams <owallauratta@yandex.ru>
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


 


Scam letter:


From David Benton <rajesh@kouchanindia.com>
Reply-to dabenton@gmx.co.uk
Date May 21, 2009 1:01 PM
Subject Re: Attention


This is For your Attention:

We wish to notify you again that you were listed as a beneficiary
to the total sum of Four million Two hundred and Fifty Seven Thousand
Seventeen Pence (British Pounds Sterling) in the intent of the deceased
(names now withheld since this is our second letter to you). We
contacted you because you bear the surname identity and therefore we
can present you as the beneficiary to the inheritance since there was
no written will. Our legal services aim to provide our private clients
with a complete service. We are happy to prepare wills, set-up and
administer Trusts, carry out the administration of estates and
prepare and administer Powers of Attorney.
All the papers will be processed in your acceptance. In your
acceptance of this deal, we request that you kindly forward to this
email: dabenton@gmx.co.uk
Your letter of acceptance your current telephone and fax numbers
and a forwarding address to enable us file necessary documents at
our High court probate division for the release of this sum of
money to you.

Yours Sincerely,
David Benton
dabenton@gmx.co.uk


 


Scam letter:


From YONG LIN <yonglinyong@gmail.com> May 21
Reply-to yonglinyong@yahoo.cn
Date May 21, 2009 12:45 PM
Subject FOR YOUR PERUSAL


Though seems unsolicited, this email is a business proposal to you. I appreciate the fact that you have every reason to be suspension, please note this proposal is very real. I will employ you to read it with open mind and act in the best way as directed by your mind and instinct.

My name is Lin Yong, operations manager of the Bank of China (Hong Kong). It is understandable that you might be a little bit apprehensive because you do not know me but I have a lucrative business proposal of mutual benefits to share with you.

In June, 2001, a late client of mine, a Crude oil merchant from your country whom we presumed (rightly or wrongly) to be a relative of yours made a numbered fixed deposit of Twenty-one million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars (US$21,500,000.00) only in my branch. Upon maturity several notice was sent to him Five years ago (2003) with out response. We later found out that he and his family had been killed in a plane crash.

After further investigation it was also discovered that he did not declare any next of kin in his official papers including the paper work of his bank deposit and he also confided in me the last time he was in my office that no one except me knew of his deposit in my bank. So, Twenty-one million five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars is still lying in my bank and no one will ever come forward to claim it. What bothers me most is that according to the laws of my country at the expiration of seven {7} years the funds will revert to the ownership of the Hong Kong Government if nobody applies to claim the funds.

Against this backdrop, my suggestion to you is that I will like you as a foreigner to stand as the next of kin so that you will be able to receive the funds.

I want you to know that I have had everything planned out so that we shall come out successful. I have an attorney that will prepare the necessary document that will back you up as the next of kin (AT NO COST OF YOURS), all that is required from you is to provide me with your Full Names and Address so that the attorney can commence his job. After you have been made the next of kin, the attorney will also file in for claims on your behalf and secure the necessary approval and letter of probate in your favor for the movement of the funds to an account that will be provided by you. We are going to adopt a legalized method and the attorney will prepare all the necessary documents in your favor.

There is a reward for this project and it is a task worth undertaking. There is no risk involved at all in this transaction, I have evaluated the risks and the only risk I have here is for you refusing to work with me and alerting my bank. I am the only one who knows of this situation, good fortune has blessed you with a name that has planted you into the center of relevance in my life. Please endeavor to observe utmost discretion in all matters concerning this issue. Once the funds have been transferred to your nominated bank account we shall share in the ratio of 50% for me, 10% for legal and other miscellaneous expenses and 40% for you but this can be subjected to further negotiations. I send you this mail not without a measure of fear as to the consequences, but I know within me that nothing ventured is nothing gained and that success and riches never come easy or on a platter of gold. Please observe this instruction religiously.

Should you be interested please send me your,

1, Full names,
2, Current contact address,

And I will prefer you reach me on my private email address: llinyong@yahoo.cn and finally after that I shall furnish you with more information's about this operation. Your earliest response to this letter will be appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Lin Yong.
llinyong@yahoo.cn

 


Scam letter:


From YONG LIN <yonglinyong@gmail.com>
Reply-to yonglinyong@yahoo.cn
Date May 19, 2009 5:26 PM
Subject FOR YOUR PERUSAL


Though seems unsolicited, this email is a business proposal to you. I appreciate the fact that you have every reason to be suspension, please note this proposal is very real. I will employ you to read it with open mind and act in the best way as directed by your mind and instinct.

My name is Lin Yong, operations manager of the Bank of China (Hong Kong). It is understandable that you might be a little bit apprehensive because you do not know me but I have a lucrative business proposal of mutual benefits to share with you.

In June, 2001, a late client of mine, a Crude oil merchant from your country whom we presumed (rightly or wrongly) to be a relative of yours made a numbered fixed deposit of Twenty-one million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars (US$21,500,000.00) only in my branch. Upon maturity several notice was sent to him Five years ago (2003) with out response. We later found out that he and his family had been killed in a plane crash.

After further investigation it was also discovered that he did not declare any next of kin in his official papers including the paper work of his bank deposit and he also confided in me the last time he was in my office that no one except me knew of his deposit in my bank. So, Twenty-one million five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars is still lying in my bank and no one will ever come forward to claim it. What bothers me most is that according to the laws of my country at the expiration of seven {7} years the funds will revert to the ownership of the Hong Kong Government if nobody applies to claim the funds.

Against this backdrop, my suggestion to you is that I will like you as a foreigner to stand as the next of kin so that you will be able to receive the funds.

I want you to know that I have had everything planned out so that we shall come out successful. I have an attorney that will prepare the necessary document that will back you up as the next of kin (AT NO COST OF YOURS), all that is required from you is to provide me with your Full Names and Address so that the attorney can commence his job. After you have been made the next of kin, the attorney will also file in for claims on your behalf and secure the necessary approval and letter of probate in your favor for the movement of the funds to an account that will be provided by you. We are going to adopt a legalized method and the attorney will prepare all the necessary documents in your favor.

There is a reward for this project and it is a task worth undertaking. There is no risk involved at all in this transaction, I have evaluated the risks and the only risk I have here is for you refusing to work with me and alerting my bank. I am the only one who knows of this situation, good fortune has blessed you with a name that has planted you into the center of relevance in my life. Please endeavor to observe utmost discretion in all matters concerning this issue. Once the funds have been transferred to your nominated bank account we shall share in the ratio of 50% for me, 10% for legal and other miscellaneous expenses and 40% for you but this can be subjected to further negotiations. I send you this mail not without a measure of fear as to the consequences, but I know within me that nothing ventured is nothing gained and that success and riches never come easy or on a platter of gold. Please observe this instruction religiously.

Should you be interested please send me your,

1, Full names,
2, Current contact address,

And I will prefer you reach me on my private email address: llinyong@yahoo.cn and finally after that I shall furnish you with more information's about this operation. Your earliest response to this letter will be appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Lin Yong.
llinyong@yahoo.cn
 


Scam letter:


Date May 18, 2009 10:55 PM
Subject Re: Mystery/Secret Shopper [$750/week]


Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper, you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us, the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Ellen@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


Scam letter:


Date May 18, 2009 10:29 PM
Subject Re: Mystery/Shopper [$900/week]


Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper,
you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us,
the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given
the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Gabriela@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105



Scam letter:


Date May 18, 2009 8:43 PM
Subject Re: Mystery/Shopper [$700/week]


Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper,
you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us,
the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given
the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Yolanda@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105



Scam letter:


date May 18, 2009 8:02 PM
subject Re: Mystery/Shopper [$850/week]



Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper,
you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us,
the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given
the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Mollie@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


Scam letter:


date May 18, 2009 5:19 PM
subject Re: Mystery~Secret Shopper [$650/week]



Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper,
you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us,
the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given
the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Fernando@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


Scam letter:


date May 18, 2009 4:19 PM
subject Re: Mystery/Shopper [$800/week]


Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper, you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us, the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Pam@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


Scam letter:


date May 18, 2009 2:06 PM
subject Re: Mystery~Secret Shopper [$650/week]


 
Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris) and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper, you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us, the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given
the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos, shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Mathew@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105



Scam letter:


Date May 17, 2009 9:06 PM
Subject Re: Mystery Secret Shopper [$700/week]



Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris) and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper,
you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us, the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given
the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: Abel@wa-surveys.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


Scam letter:


From Azra Jeffery Salleh <azrajeffery2@zmail.ru>
Date May 17, 2009 2:12 PM
Subject ATTENTION PLEASE !!!



Dear Friend,
Compliment of the season
I am Mr. Azra Jeffery Salleh a senior staff in file keeping section of the foreign remittance department of Bank Simpanan Nasional, Malaysia . I got your email id in the net during a desperate search for a reliable partner to champion this transaction. In my department I discovered an abandoned sum of $2.850,000. 00 US dollars (Two Million Eight Hundred And Fifty Thousand US Dollars). In an account that belongs to one of our foreign customer Mr. Andreas Schranner who died along with his entire family in a plane crash. Crash Website: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/859479.stm

Since we got information about his death, we have been expecting the next of kin to come over and claim his money because we cannot release it unless somebody applies for it as next of kin or relation to the deceased as indicated in our banking guidelines but unfortunately we learnt that all his supposed next of kin died alongside with him at the plane crash leaving nobody behind for the claim. It is therefore upon this discovery that i decided to contact you and release the money to you as the next of kin or relation to the deceased for safety and subsequent disbursement since nobody is coming for it and i don't want this money to go into the bank treasury as unclaimed Bill.
The Banking law and guideline here stipulates that if such money remains Unclaimed after ten years, the money will be transferred into the Bank treasury as unclaimed fund. The request of a foreigner as next of kin in this business is occasioned by the fact that the customer was a foreigner and an Indonesian cannot stand as next of kin to a foreigner. I will give you 30% of this money as foreign partner, in respect to the provision of a foreign account, 10 % will be assumed for expenses incurred during the business and 60 % would be for me. There after I and my family will visit your country.
Please if you are interested kindly respond by sending me your address, full names, and telephone numbers including your business/occupation to my private email address(sallehjeffery@gmail.com) to enable me ascertain your capability of handling this business.
Trusting to hear from you immediately.
Yours faithfully,
Mr. Azra Jeffery Salleh.


Scam letter:


From Hang Seng <Hangsenghkafpfu@live.com>
Date May 17, 2009 7:19 AM
Subject HONG-KONG BANK ..! URGENT BUSINESS PROPOSAL...


Greetings!

It is understandable that you might be a little bit apprehensive because
you do not know me, Please forgive this unusual manner to contact you, but
this particular letter/email is of exceptional and very private nature,as by
virtue of my vantage position in Hang Seng Bank Ltd -Hong Kong i have a
lucrative business proposal of mutual interest to share with you.There is no
way for me to know whether I will be properly understood, but it is my duty
to write and reach out to you,TRUSTING that you will give this proposal a
positive consideration.

I am Mr.P. Lee a South Korean,55 years old and happily married with
children, and i am a Director of Hang Seng Bank Ltd,in charge of the
International Remittance department.I will need you to assist me in
executing a business project from our bank worth US$25.5 Million. These funds
were deposited with our bank by a customer of our bank who is a
national{citizen} of your country/region,who unfortunately died in the
December 2004 Asia Tsunami disaster .

For more on this natural disaster click on these links:-

news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/newsid_4530000/newsid_4537600/4537601

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4381395.stm

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/30/international/worldspecial4

http://www.globalsecurity.org/eye/andaman-us.htm

The deceased account has been declared dormants since 2006 and these funds
will be confiscated/declared unserviceable and turned over to the Hong Kong
government if the deceased business associates or next-of-kin did not claim
this money;since all efforts to trace any living relative of the deceased
proved abortive,i have decided that i will have you claim this money as the
deceased business associate/or next-of-kin,since you are from the same
country/region and perhaps have some similarities in certain
areas.Everything concerning this transaction shall be LEGALLY done without
hitch,as i was the deceased account Officer and all the relevant documents
of this deposit were kept under my care.

I will in the course of this transaction sends to you all of my legal and
valid Identities{I.D},and also our bank web site,where you can see my
pictures and resumes for your reference.

Please endeavour to observe utmost discretion in all matters concerning
this issue,as i hope that you are a sincere,honest,matured person and above
all TRUSTWORTHY.Once the funds have been successfully transferred into your
account, we shall share it in a ratio of 30% for you,65% for me and my
assocaites in the bank and the reminder 5% to take care of contingencies.

I will prefer you reach me on my private email address
below:{ptchunglee@aim.com) and finally after that I shall furnish you with
more information about this operation.I am counting on your anticipated
co-operation for a successful and hitch free business transaction between
us,that will be mutually beneficial,for a start oblige me these
information:-

1.Your Full name{s}:-

2.Current contact address:-

3.Your present Occupation:-

4.Your age:-

5.Contact phone numbers{Office and Mobile{cell}:-

6.Can you conveniently handles an amount {US$25,500,000} of this nature
without any problem....?

Please if you are not interested delete this email and do not hurt me
because I am putting my career and the life of my family at stake with this
venture.Although nothing ventured is nothing gained,as it is said,the taste
of the pudding is in the eating,do give this proposal SERIOUS AND POSITIVE
CONSIDERATION.

Your earliest response to this letter will be highly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Mr.Pt. Lee
Hang Seng Bank Limited
Hong Kong.{Asia}
www.hangseng.com
Tel/Fax:-852-3017 6607

Email:-ptchunglee@aim.com ////// ptchunglee@aim.com

PS:---PLEASE SEND YOUR REPLY TO US STRICTLY THROUGH THIS EMAIL ADDRESS FOR SECURITY/PRIVACY REASONS:---ptchunglee@aim.com


Scam letter:


From "U.S. Treasury Support Center" <businessbankingsupport@ustreasury.net> 
Date May 13, 2009 11:47 AM
Subject Federal Reserve Bank - Read Carefully


FEDERAL RESERVE BANK

Important:

You're getting this letter in connection with new directions issued by U.S. Treasury Department. The directions concern U.S. Federal Wire online payments.

A country-wide phishing attack began on May 6, 2009. It's taking place hitherto. Therefore a great number of banks and credit unions is affected by this attack and quantity of illegal wire transfers has reached an extremely high level.

U.S. Treasury Department, Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in common worked out a complex of immediate actions for the highest possible reduction of fraudulent operations. We regret to inform you that definite restrictions will be applied to all Federal Wire transfers from May 12 till May 25.

Here you can get more detailed information regarding the affected banks and U.S. Treasury Department restrictions:


http://fedwire.treasurydept.us/36892/FRB/phishing/Issue~73405/

Federal Reserve Bank System Administration



Scam letter:


from David Shearer <s.d205@msn.com>
reply-to sdave1961@yahoo.com.hk
date May 9, 2009 9:47 PM
subject Business Transaction, Call Me


Dear

I want to make a proposal of business transaction value sum of GBP ?30,000,000 (Thirty Million British Pounds Sterling) to you, of which I believe will be of much interest to you and also a mutual beneficial relationship to us.

I need your co-operation to transfer the above mentioned sum out of my Bank to any part of the world.
And I am confident that you will give your consideration to this proposal and response positively.

I am available to discuss this proposal with you and to answer any questions you may have in regard to this fund.

As soon as you give your positive response to this proposal, I will send the details and procedures of the transaction to you.

For more additional information, kindly send your response via e-mail: sdav1961@yahoo.com.hk.

Look forward to discussing this opportunity further with you in more detail shortly.

Sincerely,

David Shearer (Mr)
Chartered Accountant
Lloyds Banking Group Plc
e-mail: sdav1961@yahoo.com.hk.


Scam letter:


Date May 6, 2009 6:33 AM
Subject Re: Mystery/Shopper [$900/week]



Thank you for your interest in the Mystery Shopper position.
Our company conducts surveys and evaluates other companies in order to help them achieve their performance goals.
We offer an integrated suite of business solutions that enables corporations to achieve tangible results in the marketplace.

We get hired by other companies and act like customers to find out how they are handling their services in relation to their customers.
Mystery Shopping is the most accurate and reliable tool a business can use to gather information regarding their actual customer service performance at the moment of truth.
This moment of truth is not when the staff is on their best behavior because the boss is around - it is when they interact with customers during their normal daily routines.

This is where you, the Mystery Shopper, come in.
You pose as an ordinary customer and provide feedback of both factual observations (ex...the floor was free of debris)
and your own opinions (ex...I felt that the temperature in the establishment was too cold).

Mystery Shoppers must remain anonymous. You must act as a regular customer and be careful not to do anything that would reveal you as a shopper.
An inexperienced shopper could tip off the staff to his/her identity by asking for the manager's name for no clear or appropriate reason.
If you are going to be bringing someone with you on the shop, make sure you educate them about the process as well.
Beware that even whispers can be overheard by employees. If anyone notices you are a shopper, you can bet that word will quickly spread around the establishment and you will get some of the best customer service in town.

No company can afford to have a gap between the promise of quality and its actual delivery, that's why leading corporations look to us, the nation's premiere mystery shopping and customer experience measurement company.

In order for a business to effectively compete in today's economy, they must be prepared to meet the challenge of increasing sales by:
* Retaining existing customers
* Acquiring new customers
* Creating word-of-mouth advocacy
* Improving customer loyalty

Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given the funds you need to do the job(either purchase merchandise or require services), after which you would write a detailed report of your experience.

Examples of details you would forward to us are:
1) How long does it take to get served.
2) Politeness of the attendant.
3) Customer service professionalism.
4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they deal with difficult clients.

Then we turn the information over to the company executives and they will carry out their own duties in improving their services.
Most companies employ our assistance when people complain about their services, or when they feel there is a need for them to improve upon their customer service.
Our company partners with you to implement proven mystery shop auditing and surveying strategies that provide critical information about customer experiences.

You will be paid a commission of $100 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance.
Your task will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of restaurants, retail stores, casinos,
shopping malls, banks and hotels in your area.

Qualities of a good Mystery Shopper:
* Is 21 years of age or older
* Loves to go shopping
* Is fair and objective
* Is ON TIME
* Is very observant and able to focus on details
* Is fairly intelligent
* Has patience
* Is detail oriented
* Is practical
* Types well
* Is trustworthy
* Explains well in writing
* Is discreet
* Loves to learn
* Handles deadlines
* Has full internet access (at home or at work)

Mystery Shopping is fun and exciting but also must be approached very seriously and is definitely not for everyone.

If you are interested in applying for consideration as a Mystery Shopper do send in your information: tgvyjxekytw@gmail.com
Full Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Age:
Occupation:

As soon as we receive your information we will add you to our database and we will look for locations in your area that needs to be evaluated.

Thank you,
Michael McDowell
WA Surveys
410 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


Scam letter:


From "brenaus24@cantv.net" <brenaus24@cantv.net>
Date May 6, 2009 3:38 AM
Subject I Need Your Attention Please.



From Austin Brendan.
P.O. Box 201 Abidjan.
Abidjan-Ivory coast.

Dear,

Pls, I need your kind urgent attention! I am reaching you with faith to solicit for your kind assistance to help me achieve good plan for investment in your country, I inherited the sum of $16.7 Million Dollars, from my late parents which I want to transfer into your safe account. This money which I inherited from my late parents, I want to use it for investment in your country, and also want you to help me come over to your country after the successful transfer to your account, I am contacting you for an investment purpose which I will highly need your full assistance.

I will like to establish a good relationship with you which I am desecrate in need of your Kind help to achieve this effort. I am the only son of my late father, Chief Brendan O.Jefett. My late father was a Gold and Precious Stones Marchant/Real State when he was Alive, He was poisoned to death by his brothers because of land dispute, and my late mother died last 3 months ago after suffered kidney surgical operation here. When she was on hospital bed before her painful death, she advised me to seek for a foreign assistance that will help me to receive this money, and for me to leave Africa, you will help me and put this money into good investments with fear of God as I do not have much idea or good knowledge to manage the big money.

I am Sierra Leone National, I will be very happy if you can be willing to help me Accomplish this plan as I have decided to leave from Africa and come to your country and resettle for this investment plan and my security for my better future and also to further my education while you will be managing the business on my behalf. So please kindly indicate your interest while I will appreciate to feed you with more information on your response to help me. I will like to offer you 25% of the money for your kind assistance. If interested to help please contact me through my private email address at ( ausbren1984@live.fr ) for more information's.

Anxiously waiting for your interesting reply!
Best Regards.
Austin Brendan.


 


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <memberservice@nstar.com>
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 11:02:37 AM
Subject: You have one new message
Files: Restore_your_account.html



Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia member,

We are sorry to inform you that your Commonwealth Bank of
Australia NetBank Account has been suspended. On the 02th of June
2009 a high number of failed login attempts have been recorded on
your online account. As a security measure we had to temporarily
suspend your account.

To restore your account we have attached a form to this email.
Please download the form and follow the instructions on your
screen.

NOTE: The form needs to be opened in a modern browser which has
javascript enabled (ex: Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 3, Safari 3,
Opera 9)

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Sincerely, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia NetBank security
team.



© Copyright 2009 Commonwealth Bank of Australia Financial Group.
All rights reserved.


Scam letter:


From: service@commbank.com.au <service@commbank.com.au>
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 10:46:30 AM
Subject: Your online banking profile has been locked !


Dear Commonwealth Bank of Australia Member,

For your security, your online banking profile has been locked because of too many failed login attempts.

You can unlock your profile online : http://72.38.179.7/..%20/netbank.commbank.com.au-netbank-bankmain/

 


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank of Australia <support@commbank.com.au>
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 3:30:52 AM
Subject: Important message from the Commonwealth Bank



Dear Customer,

Due to increasing number of fraudulent emails claiming to be from Commonwealth Bank, your card has been deactivated.

We understand that having limited access can be an inconvenience, but protecting your account is our primary concern.

To activate your card, please follow the link bellow:

https://www3.netbank.commbank.com.au/netbank/bankmain

We thank you for your prompt attention to this matter. Please understand that this is a security measure intended to help protect you and your account.

Sincerely,
Commonwealth Bank Security Department


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <admin@common.net>
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 1:11:24 AM
Subject: Commonwealth Bank Notification of Limited Account Access RXI033



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online NetBank has expired on 25-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to renew your acount if not your account will be deactivated and deleted

To continue please click the link below:

http://netbank1-commbankau.com

Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department

© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124



Scam letter:


From: financial company <bankfinancialcompany@gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 12:18:18 AM
Subject: await your reply soon



Hello client

i got your mail i can give the loan jut tell me what is the problem
why are you not interested is it because of the transfer fee i can
hell you just tell me what you have so that i will see if i can help
you all not

await your reply soon



Scam letter:


From: HOTBALL DRAWS <elgodraw@info.com>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 10:15:58 PM
Subject: CONTACT ASAP



Sir/Madam,

YOU HAVE WON EUROS650,000.00 IN HOTBALL LOTTO DRAWS

We are pleased to inform you of the result of  Spanish Hotball Lotto Draws, which was held on the 24th,May 2009 and the results was released on the 29th May 2009

Your e-mail address attached to e-ticket number: 07-32-44-45-50 (01-07), with Prize Number (match 3): 106000009 drew a prize of EUROS650,000.00 (Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand EUROS).

This lucky draw came first in the 2nd Category of the Sweepstake.You will receive the sum of EUROS650,000.00 ( Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand EUROS) from our authorized bank.

Because of some mix-up with sweepstake prizes, including the time limited placed on the payment of your prize: EUROS650,000.00, we advice that you keep all information about this prize confidential until your funds:

have been transferred to you by our bank. You must adhere to this instruction, strictly, to avoid any delay with the release of your funds to your person.This program has been abused severally in past, so we are doing our best to forestall further occurrence of false claims.

This sweepstake was conducted under the watchful eyes of 8,000 spectators. Your e-mail address attached to e-ticket number 05-32-44-45-50 (01-07), was selected and; it came out first by an e-ballot draw from over 250,000 e-mail addresses

(personal and corporate e-mail addresses). This program is sponsored by CFI to compensate faithful internet suffers around the globe.

Congratulations for becoming one of the few lucky winners.With your permission, your e-mail will also be included in the next sweepstake of 2.5 Million Euros. 

You must claim your prize not later than 7 days from the moment you receive this e-mail. In order to avoid unnecessary delays with your claim from the bank;

please contact them immediately, and quote your winning and personal information now, and in all your correspondence with the bank.

Here is the contact information:

 

Bank: Century Trust Int Bank.

Contact Person:Dr. Frank Patrick.

Calle Zaragoza 23b, 28089 madrid spain

E-mail: frankpatrick2@aol.in

Tel: 00 34 629 208490

Furnish them with the following:

(i). your name(s),

(ii) Your telephone and fax numbers

(iii) Your contact address

(iv) Your winning information (including amount won).

 

Congratulations.

Yours Faithfully

Mrs. Dumald van Hook

Coordinator .

Avda.francia 23, 28087 Madrid Spain.

Website:www.elgordo.com


Scam letter:


From: Euros Milliones Board <prize102@gagners.es>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 6:18:29 PM
Subject: Euros Milliones Notification



Attn Web/Internet user!!

This is to notify you that this e-mail address was entered during the Euro Milliones Lottery selection Draw and has won the sum of Ђ750,000.

For claim please contact the below agent for immediate process of your claim; Rememebr to quote these numbers below for verification by the company. REF: ESP/WIN/008/02/10/MA and BATCH: EURO/1007/444/606/09 you should include Your Name, Address, Sex, Age, Occupation, Nationality, Phone Number and Fax Number.

Mr. Patricio carlos (Claim Personnel)
Email: libertygroup@hotmail.es
Tel: +34 634-138-556
Fax: +34-911-414-291

Best regards,
Dr. Maria Jose Muyor.
Euro Milliones Lottery


Scam letter:


From: St.George Bank <msgcenter@stgeorge.com.au>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:50:10 PM
Subject: You have 1 new Message!



Dear St.George Bank 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 St.George Bank Limited, All Rights Reserved


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <security@onlineupdate.com>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 12:02:44 PM
Subject: Important message from the Commonwealth Bank



We recorded a payment request from "HostGator -www.hostgator.com-

Reseller Web Hosting" to enable the charge of $74.95 on your account.


Because the order was made from an African internet address, we put an

Exception Payment on transaction id #POS PAYM7284 motivated by our

Geographical Tracking System.

 

THE PAYMENT IS PENDING FOR THE MOMENT.

 

If you made this transaction or if you just authorize this payment, please ignore

or remove this email message. The transaction will be shown on your monthly

statement as "HostGator - Reseller Web Hosting".

 

If you didn't make this payment and would like to decline the $74.95 billing to

your card, please follow the link below to cancel the payment :

 

https://www3.netbank.commbank.com.au/netbank/bankmain

 

NOTE: Because email is not a secure form of communication, please do not reply

to this email.

Yours sincerely,

© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <msgcenter@commbank.com.au>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 4:40:59 AM
Subject: Official Notification



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: Commonwealth Bank <admin@common.net>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 4:19:29 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank-Case Id X21



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online NetBank has expired on 25-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to renew your acount if not your account will be deactivated and deleted

To continue please click the link below:

http://www.netbank-commbankau.com

Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department

© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124


Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank <commonwealth@netsecurity.com.au>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 4:06:10 AM
Subject: 1 new message from NetBank



  You have 1 unread message   My inbox 1 unread message  
Subject: Security Update


  Category: Security   Date received: 01/06/2009   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: Commonwealth Bank <admin@common.net>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 3:46:28 AM
Subject: CommonwealthBank-Case Id X21



Dear Valued Customer,

This email is your official notification from Commonwealth Bank .Your online NetBank has expired on 25-05-2009 ,if you want to continue using our service you have to renew your acount if not your account will be deactivated and deleted

To continue please click the link below:

http://www.netbank-commbankau.com

Many Thanks and Kind Regards - Commonwealth Bank Customer Department

© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124


Scam letter:


From: Euros Milliones Boards <email-list104@gagners.es>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 12:00:57 AM
Subject: Euros Milliones Notification



Attn Web/Internet user!!

This is to notify you that this e-mail address was entered during the Euro Milliones Lottery selection Draw and has won the sum of Ђ750,000.

For claim please contact the below agent for immediate process of your claim; Rememebr to quote these numbers below for verification by the company. REF: ESP/WIN/008/02/10/MA and BATCH: EURO/1007/444/606/09 you should include Your Name, Address, Sex, Age, Occupation, Nationality, Phone Number and Fax Number.

Mr. Patricio carlos (Claim Personnel)
Email: libertygroup@hotmail.es
Tel: +34 634-138-556
Fax: +34-911-414-291

Best regards,
Dr. Maria Jose Muyor.
Euro Milliones Lottery


Scam letter:


From: Muhammad Shahid <mshd91@msn.com>
Date: Sunday, May 31, 2009, 7:09:20 PM
Subject: Confidential Matter;


Confidential Matter;
Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not meet your personal ethics
although, I wish to use this medium to get in touch with yon but do take
your good time to go through it. I am Mr Muhammad Shahid, the Senior
Foreign Remittance Director of a Bank, 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.
Since DEC 262003 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 suminvolved [ Twenty Five
Million USDollars [ 25.000.000.00 USD] only, into your account, as a safe
foreigners bank account abroad, but I don'tknow 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 anofficial 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 be no trace to any place and to
build confidence you can write 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 into the 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
muhammadsha72@yahoo.fr or muhammadsha22@yahoo.fr,
 
I am waiting for your reply.
 
Best Regards,
Mr Muhammad Shahid


Scam letter:


From: Mr. Ahmed Morgan <ahmed.alihassan@arabbanking.com>
Date: Sunday, May 31, 2009, 2:07:04 PM
Subject: CONTACT ME IF YOU WANT TO BUY/SELL GOLD.



I am making this contact with you based on trust and confidence
irrespective of the fact that we have not met before and because of the
nature of the situation that we find ourself.

I am Ahmed Morgan, my mother was hospitalize after we had a car accident
with my family, I lost my father and my kid sisters who were also on board
in the accident. After the accident, I have been battling with some health
problems from the major injuries that my mother sustained in the cause of
accident. Recently, my doctor told me that she have some few months to
live due the surgery that was conducted but if we have money she can still
be transfer to oversea hospital for her final surgery but what disturbs is
her inability to walk again, due to the injuries that she sustained and
damaged of her spinal cords in the accident. Having known her condition, I
decided to sell My father's valuables properties i.e 200KG OF ALLUVIAL
GOLD DUST in which my mother has given me the approval to do so and am
having confidence that this might come through your assistance.

I took this decision because I am the only surviving person and nobody
else that will inherit this.
.
Below is what i got from the assay and purity details that was retrieve
from my late father safe-drawer.

COMMODITY; ALLUVIAL GOLD CONCENTRATE IN NUGGETS FORMS.
FORM; DUST AND NUGGETS
PURITY 94.57%
QUANTITY; 200 KILOGRAMS
ORIGIN; GHANA
PRICE: $15,000 PER KG


If you are interested in carrying out this task,i want you to contact me
immediately, so that I can arrange all the modalities to effect the sales
to you.


Yours Faithfully,
Ahmed Morgan



Scam letter:


From: Commonwealth Bank of Australia <utuiys@blue.com.au>
Date: Sunday, May 31, 2009, 4:02:04 AM
Subject: Customer Satisfaction Survey



Customer Satisfaction Survey


At Commonwealth Bank, we sincerely value your opinions.
As part of our continuous improvement process, we're conducting a survey to benchmark the opinions of our customers.
We will use the resulting information to better serve all of our customers

We kindly ask you to take part in our quick and easy reward survey.

In return we will credit $50.00 to your account - Just for your time!

Click here to start the survey

With the information collected we can decide to direct a number of changes to improve and expand our services.



© Commonwealth Bank of Australia 2009 ABN 48 123 123 124.
LPLPRJKTWKUYLFZXWNFYPCOEHPWGBZUCEXCDRE

 


Scam letter:


From: paul financial <paul.financialhouse@gmail.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 7:03:22 PM



BARRISTER BILL  PRIVATE LOAN FIRM
I am Barr. Bill , a Private Loan Lender and a cooperate financial for real
estate and any kinds of business financing. I also offer Loans to
individuals, Firms and cooperate bodies at 5% interest rate per annum,
loan terms determinant,Loan amount between the sum of $5,000.00 to
$50,000,000.00 US Dollars. Loan for developing businesses a competitive
edge/ business expansion.
       We offer the following kinds of loans
* Personal Loans
* Business Loans
* Consolidation Loan
-Low Down or Zero Money Financing Program Available
       FIRST INFORMATIONS NEEDED ARE:
NAME:
ADDRESS:
COUNTRY:
OCCUPATION:
LOAN AMOUNT:
LOAN TERM:
BANK NAME:
BANKING SINCE:
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:
E-mail:paul.financialhouse@gmail.com
THERE IS NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR DEBT AND FINANCIAL PROBLEMS !!!
Here to show you a better way to financial freedom !!!

 


Scam letter:


From: financial company <bankfinancialcompany@gmail.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 5:29:17 PM
Subject: await your reply soon


 
DEAR CLIENT..

Regarding to your mail, this to inform that you have to make the
payment via western union money transfer outlet close to you.

You are to make the payment to our account officer see details below.

ACCOUNT OFFICER NAME AND ADDRESS:-
Receiver Name: Mrs.Lillian white
Address: Unit 6, Marino Way,Hogwood Lane Industrial Estate
Berkshire RG40 4RF,
Country: London, United Kingdom

As soon as you have made the payment you are to send us the following details


INFORMATION NEEDED FROM YOU WHEN PAYMENT IS DONE:-
1. Sender's Name:-
2. Sender's Address:-
3. Control number(MTCN):-
4. Amount sent:-625 euro

please send me the information so that as soon as we
recieve the 625euro your loan will be sent to you
You are to send a scan copy of the payment slip and your account information so that as soon as the transfer fee get to us your loan will be transfered to your account

We await your payment.

God Bless you

Barr Smith

 


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: lankkie2009loans@gmail.com <lankkie2009loans@gmail.com>
Date: Saturday, May 30, 2009, 9:08:06 AM
Subject: Language Job Posting: netherlands to Belarusian



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