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Scam Letters, Part 57

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: R.Ezerman@kpnplanet.nl <R.Ezerman@kpnplanet.nl>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 1:40:33 AM
Subject: Good News!!!


Good News!!!

Dear Sir/Ma,
Please do Contact Mr.Mark Paolo of the Euromillion Lottery International Urgently with (Tel;+34634006380/ Email Address:( euromlions5500@aol.es)  for further Clarification and Claim of won 2010 email Sweepstake Lotto Prize of €1.000.000.00 with Reference nr. 9009/Batch Nr.7775 Winning Nr.ESP 0087 in Spain held on the 25th of February 2010 .Congratulations,Mrs.Rose Ezerman.


Scam letter:


From: Eric <eric.fauzi@centrum.sk>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 10:38:09 AM
Subject: From Mr Eric Fauzi


Good Morning,

Please, this mail and the classified information contained therein that I am about to reveal to you can either destroy me, ruin my professional career or make me depending on how you receive and take it. Please, I need you to read it attentively to know the reason and purpose why you received this mail from me, I didn't come to you by chance nor by accident, I have come to you because your names has planted you in the centre of relevant in my life and my professional career as a banker at this very moment, but before I go further I will like to introduce myself to you.

I am Mr. Eric Fauzi, a Fund Manager with a bank here and I handle all our Investor's capital Project Funds which enables me to divert 1.2 Percent Investors Excess Return Capital Funds to our Magellan Trust FundsAccount whereby anyone with a surname as you can be presented to claim the funds. On this note, the total sum of $18.7 Million Dollars (Eighteen million seven hundred thousand united states of America Dollars) has been diverted representing the 1.2 Percent Excess Return Capital Funds from the Investor Capital Project Funds for 2007/2008.

I need a reliable and trustworthy person that can work this deal out with me so that we can claim the funds as mentioned above. There is no risk attached and the funds in question can never be dictated or traced.

Our sharing ratio is 60/40. (60 for me 40 for you) If you are interested, please reply and send your direct telephone numbers to me for a smooth discussion of this transaction and further details.

Please, if you are not interested or see this mail as a scam or hoax simply delete it and forget I ever contacted you. If after 72 hours I didn't hear from you I will assume you are not interested, and then I will proceed to look for someone else with the same surname as you that might be interested to work with me. This is a clean and straight forward bank deal, it is safe and risk-free, as I have taken care of all necessary steps to ensure a hitch-free movement. I anticipate to read from you soonest..

Yours Sincerely
Mr Eric Fauzi


Scam letter:


From: From: Mr. Richard Gibson. <richgibson@sify.com>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 9:48:17 AM
Subject: From: Mr. Richard Gibson.


From: Mr. Richard Gibson.
E-mail: richgibson@sify.com

Attn: The managing director/Ceo,

I am an external auditor for Barclays Bank London. I got your contact
information in my quest for a reliable and trusted partner for a highly
important and lucrative venture cum investment; I came across your contact
as a reliable partner for this venture.

In carrying out my professional etiquette report, I discovered an
abandoned sum of Twelve Million Eight Hundred Thousand British Pounds
(&#8356;12.8M) in the account belonging to one of their late foreign
customer who died along with his entire family in December 26th 2004 in
Tsunami Disaster.
Since we got information about his death, we have been expecting his next
of kin to come over and claim this money because we cannot release it
unless somebody applies for it as next of kin or relation to the deceased
as indicated in their banking guidelines. Unfortunately, we learnt that
all his supposed next of kin or relations died alongside with him in the
in Tsunami Disaster leaving nobody behind for the claim. It is therefore
upon this discovery that I now decided to make this business proposal to
you, and release the money to you as the next of kin or relation to the
deceased and subsequent disbursement, since nobody is coming for it and we
don't want this money to go into the Bank Treasury as unclaimed asset.

The Banking law and guideline here stipulates that if such money remained
unclaimed after Six years, the money will be transferred into the Bank
Treasury as unclaimed fund. Regards to the professionalism, I have the
mandate to decide who becomes the next of kin, (though classified). The
request of foreigner as next of kin in this business is occasioned by the
fact that the customer was a foreigner and a CITIZEN OF BRITAIN cannot
stand as next of kin to a foreigner.

I agree that 30% of this money will be for you as my foreign partner, in
respect to the provision of a foreign account, 10% will be set aside for
expenses incurred during the business and 60% would be for me. There after
I will visit your country for disbursement according to the percentage
stated above. Therefore, to enable the immediate transfer of this fund to
you as arranged, you must apply first to the bank as relations or next of
kin of the deceased indicating your bank name, your bank account number,
your private telephone and fax number for easy and effective
communication. And indicate where the money will be remitted to as well. I
will also instruct you on how you can add in your application to the bank
that you get paid through Barclays Bank London corresponding bank in
America or Europe or Asia as this will be Easier for us all.

Upon receipt of your respond on this email:richgibson@sify.com, I will
send to you by fax or email the text of the application. I will not fail
to bring to your notice that this transaction is hitch free and that you
should not entertain any fear as all required arrangements have been made
for the transfer.

Yours truly,
Mr. Richard Gibson.

PS.Sending this letter is possibly my only chance in my lifetime!!


Scam letter:


From: Mr. Andy Gibson <Online.Office@Wildcats.com>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 12:42:14 PM
Subject: FIFA SA 2010 PROMO AWARD.


FIFA 2010 PROMO AWARD
March 1st, 2010.

Dear Winner!!!

We are pleased to announce you as one of the 3 lucky winners in the Fifa 2010 promo award draw, all three winning email address were randomly selected from a batch of 5,000,000 international emails. Your email address emerged alongside 2 others as a 3rd category winner in this month's draw.

Congratulation you have therefore been approved for a total payout of One Million British Pounds only. The following particulars are attached to your Fifa 2010 payment order:

(1) Winning number: 7,31,62,21,74,09
(2) Ballot Serial number: BT:12052009/20
(3) Batch number: Fifa-2010
(4) TICKET NO: 7PWYZ2009

And also fill the below processing form:

1) NAMES
2) AGE
3) SEX
4) ADDRESS
5) PHONE
6) FAX
7) OCCUPATION
8) COMPANY
9) COUNTRY
10) AMOUNT WON
11) I WANT TO BE PAID BY: BANK TRANSFER OR CHEQUE

Please contact the above under listed claims officer as soon as possible with your details for the immediate release of your winning:

Contact your Claim Agent immediately via:
Name: Mr. Denis Cole
Tel: +44-792-4577-442, +44-792-4064-238
Fax: +44-870-9747-262
E-mail: deniscole@kenefiesta.net, Denis.Cole@Go-Irish.com

NOTE: A payment of handling charges, processing and administrative fees is required from every beneficiary who is not a BRITISH Citizen.

Once again on behalf of all our staff, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Sincerely,
Mr. Andy Gibson
Co-ordinator, FIFA 2010. 


Scam letter:


From: PayPal <srvcs@ppal.com>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 1:37:18 AM
Subject: Security Center Advisory
Files: Verify_form.html


Dear PayPal Customer,

We determined someone may have tried to access your PayPal account without your permission.
This is a final reminder to verify your PayPal as soon as possible.
We appreciate your understanding as we work to ensure account safety.
We encourage you to verify your PayPal account by completing the verify form attached to this email.
Please understand that this is a security measure intended to help protect you and your account.
We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thanks,

PayPal Review Department


Scam letter:


From: Security Western Union <security-service@westernunion.com>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 5:30:48 PM
Subject: Western Union - Security Notification From Western Union.(PRIVATE-MESSAGE)
Files: restore_account.html


As part of our security measures, we regularly screen activity in the banking system. During a recent screening, we noticed an issue regarding your credit card account. It may have been accessed by an unauthorized third party.

As a precaution, we are requesting additional verification of your identity and payment information in order to protect your credit card against future unauthorized transactions.

Please download the attachments below and complete the requested information. The situation will be immediately reviewed by the fraud department and we will remove any holds on this account.

© 2001 - 2009 Western Union Holdings, Inc., All Rights Reserved.


Scam letter:


From: Netherlands National Lottery <yg.943@rediffmail.com>
Date: Sunday, February 28, 2010, 6:36:46 PM
Subject: The Netherlands National Lottery Inc
Files: The Netherlands National Lottery Inc.doc

The Netherlands National Lottery Inc


Scam letter:


From: Mr.Sanusi Lamido <sanusi.lamido@pobox.sk>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 12:30:42 AM
Subject: DEAR BENEFICIARY, PAYMENT NOTIFICATION


UNITED NATIONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA TINUBU SQUARE, VICTORIA ISLAND PAYMENT NOTIFICATION FROM UNITED NATIONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.
Attn: ,
How you are today hope fine? Please bear with me as this is the only means to contact you, Although this medium (Internet) has been greatly abused, but I chose to reach you through it because it still remains the global means of communication, which is faster, easy means to reach out and most secured medium of communication. Be informed that this letter is not a Scam mail and I urge you to treat it with the seriousness it deserves.

I received Power of attorney this morning which was addressed to me and signed by you from two gentle men who presented themselves as your personal attorney and your representative both of them came to my office and stated that you have authorized them to come and claim your fund on your behalf. I was informed that you had an accident that made you in disposed to continue with the claims of the funds; even they presented your Doctor's report stating that you will not be available on telephone for the next 1 year, that you can only access your email through your next of kin and that you have advised not to relate this matter to your email because of your next of kin.

Please we need further instruction from you or from your family, or next of kin to witness this transfer as you have instructed on the letter that we should set up a Non-resident account in the name of your representative and credit the account with your total sum of US$10,500,000.00 only while the details of your account would be sent to your representative to enable him operate the account effectively on your behalf. The account details to be sent to him are as follows: The account number, account Pin, check book, ATM, credit and debit cards.

I want to know within 72 banking hours, if you have authorized your representative to claim the 10.5 Million USD on your behalf, before I set up the non resident account and release your fund to him as you instructed.

So if you have instructed your attorney and you representative to receive your fund I want you to send me all your representative information as stated below and also know that your fund have been approved through ATM card and your card will be delivered to you to your door step so get back to me as soon as possible so that I will set up the account immediately and have the information send to him through our registered courier company that will deliver the package to him and let him know how much it will cost to dispatch your parcel to his door step.

NAME:....................................
AGE:........................................
SEX:.......................................
ADDRESS:...............................
EMAIL:....................................
PHONE:...................................
OCCUPATION:.........................
COMPANY:..............................
COUNTRY:...............................
IDENTIFICATION...................

YOURS SINCERELY,
OFFICIALLY SIGNED.
MR. LAMIDO SANUSI.
GOVERNOR, CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA.
C-B-N.


Scam letter:


From: knegt_kd@hetnet.nl <knegt_kd@hetnet.nl>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 6:56:33 AM
Subject: Ref:ES/9420X2/68,


Congratulations;

This is to inform you that your e-mail address have been selected as one of the 15 winner's in the European Support E-mail program Lotto draw of (1,500.000.00)EUROS, which was held on the 25th of Feb 2010. Contact the officer in charge in our paying bank along with your Email lucky number:736-22575993-86 = Ref:ES/9420X2/68,Your Full Names, Address, Age, Occupation,Phone/no, to;- Contact Person: Dr. Aaron Donatus.

Email: info.atcaixa@ozu.es :- Alternative E-mail; bkco-la-cxa@live.com

Tel: +34-672-533-048.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Rachel Albert
Promo Cordinator.


Scam letter:


From: Standard Bank <ibsupport@standardbank.co.za>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 9:56:20 AM
Subject: Re-Activate Your Internet Banking


Dear Customer,

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

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

For security reasons, you must update your account to restore full access to your Online Banking.
Please Sign On to start your validation process.

Privacy Department.
StandardBank Internet Banking


Scam letter:


From: UK INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY <watfordcenter001@live.com>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 10:58:07 AM
Subject: The UK Lottery International Promotion Inc.
Files: Message.html, JACKPOT NOTIFICATION.doc


Attention: Email Account Holder.

Congratulation!

You are our winner for the UK National Lottery Draws of Monday, the 1st of February, 2010. For security reasons, kindly download the attached file for your winning information.

Thanking you for your co-operations

CONGRATULATION ONCE AGAIN.

Contact the claim Agent with below information’s

Name: Mr.Mark Fredrick
E-mail: watfordcenter001@live.com
Phone No :+44 792-406-5416
Tel: 00 44 –792-406-5416 (outside UK )

Yours truly

Mrs. Vanessa Cooke 
(Online coordinator.)
The UK Lottery International Promotion Inc.


Scam letter:


From: CartaSi <accedi.portale@verifica.it>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 11:34:14 AM
Subject: Avviso.


Abbiamo notato uno o piu tentativi di accesso da un indirizzo IP estera .

Accedi ora per risolvere il problema.


Scam letter:


From: Coordinator - UK <jk809@att.net>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 5:31:34 PM
Subject: Contact Administrator.


Dear Winner,
Kindly view your winning notification and contact the administrator. Always quote your reference (61QEUKL) in all communications.

Congratulations,

Lydia Frasier
Coordinator - UK International Award

Unit 23 Broach Road
Sandy Lane Industrial Estate
Stourport-on-Severn
Worcestershire
DY13 9QB
UK
WINNING NOTIFICATION

Congratulations!! Your email is among the 10 lucky winners that won GBP500, 000.00 (Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) credited to file Ref: 61QEUKL. It is with pleasure that we inform you that your email has won in the 3rd Category. This is from a total prize of GBP10, 000, 000.00 allocated to 10 Winners in various categories in the just concluded South Africa World Cup Bid 2010 promotion sponsored by Coca-Cola British/American Tobacco Companies.
To begin your claim, an application to claim must be sent via fax or email within 7days of this notice, with the following details to our Claim Office:
1. Full Names,
2. Winning Email Address,
3. Reference Number,
4. Contact Details
5 Home/Office Addresses

CLAIM APPLICATION MUST BE FAXED OR EMAILED TO:
Attn: International Claims Administrator

UK International Lottery Award
277 Liverpool Road Merseyside
PR8 4NX United Kingdom
Tel: +44 7024 021 766
Email: e-ukln@live.com

Kindly quote your reference (61QEUKL) in all communications.

Congratulation,

Lydia Frasier
Coordinator - UK International Award


Scam letter:


From: transport@trackpitch.com <transport@trackpitch.com>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 8:38:34 PM
Subject: Partnership


Dear Friend,
I bring you greetings. I am Mr. Chan Lee, I work with BANK OF CHINA, HONG KONG. I have a Business Proposal of $17.3M for you to handle with me from my bank. I need you to assist me in executing this Business Project from Hong Kong to your country. I need to know if you will be able to handle this with me before I explain to you in details.
Should you be interested please send me the required information below;
(1). Full Names2).Current Residential Address3). private phone number,I will want you to reach me on my private e-mail: (challeeel@yahoo.com).
Finally after that I shall provide you with more information.
Regards,
Mr. Chan Lee


Scam letter:


From: Wu Shen <wushen1@mail2hongkong.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 9:59:20 AM
Subject: Information From Hongkong
Files: Wu Shen1.docx


Attention,

I am Wu Shen, Principal Assurance manager for a reputable Bank in Hong Kong.Please kindly read the attach Letter with great comprehension & attention and get back to me via my private email address: wshen1@mail2hongkong.com

Yours faithfully,

Wu Shen

Attention,

I am Wu Shen, Principal Assurance manager for a reputable Bank in Hong Kong. I am contacting you with regards to business transaction I want us to execute; it is in respect to a dormant account which amounts to Twelve Million Four Hundred Thousand Euro belonging to my late client who shares similar Surnames with you.

I was given an ultimatum from the Bank to provide a member of his family and all efforts to locate any has been proven Unsuccessful.
I want to present you as a surviving family member to enable you put a claim to the funds.
Please kindly indicate your interest for more information by responding to my private email address: wshen1@mail2hongkong.com
Yours faithfully,
Wu Shen


Scam letter:


From: Barclays Bank London Office <info@group.barclays.com>
Date: Friday, February 26, 2010, 11:27:18 AM
Subject: Payment Instruction From Barclays Bank Plc


Barclays Bank Plc
1 Churchill Place Canary Wharf
London E14 5RB, United Kingdom
http://www/barclays.co.uk

We the Management of Barclays Bank wish to congratulate and inform you that after the thorough review of your inheritance/Contract Funds Transfer release documents in conjunction with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund Assessment Report, your payment file was forwarded to us for immediate transfer of a part-payment ($2,800,000.00 USD) to your designated bank account from their offshore account with us.

The only thing required from you is to obtain the Non-Residential Clearance Form to enable us credit your account directly by telegraphic transfer or through any of our corresponding banks and send copies of our bank?s telex and funds transfer documents to you and your bankers for confirmation.

You are required to obtain the Non-Residential Clearance Form from our Accredited Attorney Barr.Richard English
(Email:barrister.richardenglish@lincolnchambers.com ) to enable us credit your account with $2.8M USD directly by telegraphic transfer to your nominated Bank Account. Should you follow our directives, your Inheritance funds will be credited and confirmed in your bank account within five (5) working days from the day you obtain this Non-Residential Clearance Form.

Please Note that without the Non-Residential Clearance Form your funds will not be release to you, we work on instruction and you must follow the DUE PROCESS as to enable us release your funds as approved.

For further details and assistance on this Remittance Notification, you are kindly advice to send your full Names, Address, Telephone/Cell & Fax Numbers immediately.

Mrs. Sarah Smith
Head of International Transfer Dept
Barclays Bank Plc

Registered in England. Registered No: 1026167.

Registered Office: 1 Churchill Place, London E14 5HP. Barclays Bank PLC is authorized and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Barclays Bank PLC adheres to the principles of the Banking Code.


Scam letter:


From: CENTRALBANK GOVERNOR( DR LAMIDO SANUSI) <naxt1@att.net>
Date: Thursday, February 25, 2010, 8:07:09 PM
Subject: YOUR PAYMENT HAS BEEN APPROVED $7,5 MILLION , CONFIRM URGENTLY.


CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
(OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR)
FEDERALL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
TINUBU SQUARE , LAGOS NIGERIA .
Phone: 234-7034716446.

Attn: Beneficiary,

Sir,

With respect to the Board of Directors of Central Bank of Nigeria, I was directed to inform you that your payment verification and confirmations is "OK". Therefore, we are happy to inform you that arrangements has perfectly concluded to effect your payment as soon as possible in our bid to be transparent inline with Board Directors directives through Atm Card.
However, it is our pleasure to inform you that ATM Card number; 5428050011004432 has been approved and upgraded in your favor. Meanwhile, your Secret Pin Number is 6312. The ATM Card Value is $7.5 Million USD Only.

You are advised that a maximum withdrawal value of US$15,000.00 is permitted daily. And we are duly inter-switched and empowered by the world bank and you can make withdrawal in any location of the ATM Center of your choice/nearest to you any where in the world. We have also concluded delivery arrangement with our accredited courier service Company to oversee the delivery of the ATM Card to you without any further delay.

In view of this development, you are requested to immediately offset the Courier and Insurance coverage charges of your ATM CARD.You should confirm your readiness to upset the cost of the courier and insurance charge of your ATM CARD to your address.

Be informed that delivery will be made to your doorstep ANY WHERE IN THE WORLD within 48 hours of our confirmation of this payment. Be aware that the delivery fee receipt will be attached to your payment delivery documents to avoid being delayed by the customs and bear in mind that the fee for delivery and Insurance CHARGES is not deductible due to the security reason.

Advice this office of your preferred time of visitation to delivery so that we can inform the courier service Company. And be informed that your valid I.D card must be presented to the dispatchers before release will be done to you to avoid wrong delivery. Also send to us immediately your home address where you want courier service to meet for final delivery of your ATM card.

Treat as very urgent, as I also remind you once again that your ATM Card is ready. You have to contact the deputy Governor of CBN who is directly in charge of the dispatch through this email: centbk_wirepayment@rediff.com

KINDLY PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFO:

YOUR FULL NAME ; YOUR CONTACT ADDRESS NOT P.O.BOX OR P.M.B. TAKE NOTE.
YOUR TELEPHONE ; YOUR IDENTIFICATIONS LIKE DRIVERS LIECENSE OR INT'L PASSPORT.

Thanks and God Bless You.

Yours Sincerely,

DR SNUSI LAMIDO SANUSI.
GOVERNOR OF CENTRAL BANK.


Scam letter:


From: Abdul <abdkarim01@yandex.ru>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 2:44:38 PM
Subject: Urgently Mail


Urgently Mail

My Dear,
I am Mr. Karin Abdul the son of late Mr. Garang Abdul who was until his death the vice president of Sudan in Africa. In brief, my late father was a strong opposition for over 20 years until he was appointed the vice president on the 9th July 2005 by the United Nations Peace Team in a bid to quench 20 years civil war in Sudan.

He died on the 31st of July 2005 following a helicopter crash along side with 12 others just 22 days after appointment as the vice president. What led to the crash is still unclear but I know my father was the target.

I am currently residing in Senegal but before the death of my late father he made a deposit the sum of US$21M (Twenty one Million United States Dollars) in a security company without disclosing the contents. Family treasure and valuables was the declaration as the contents of the box. This is for security reasons

I contacted the security company recently and got update on the status of the consignment. The security company has declared the willingness to release deposit to me by asking me to visit their office in Europe. Or in alternative I can give power of attorney someone to come represent me and come to their office for claim and final collection. I cannot travel outside of Senegal at the moment due to my current status.

Reasons I have contacted you basically is to assist me in making the claim of this deposit because of my present status. I do not have a good status in Senegal and I cannot open an account that can run the volume of this amount or even have any financial which does not give me any chance of investment here in Senegal. Therefore,

I decided to have a business partner from overseas who is well informed with ideas on investments to go down to Spain and take care of this arrangement for me and have the funds transferred to his personal or company's account for investment purpose.

I shall give you the relevant documents to the deposit as well as the power of attorney to act on my behalf in this matter. We shall make agreement to this regard..

For your efforts, I am prepared to offer you 30% of the total fund US$21M and 5% will be set aside for local and international expenses that may be incurred in the course of this transaction while 65% will be for me and my family for investment purposes in your country after the claim..

Please reply only to my Private email if you are interested in the partnership with me. :
abdkarim01@webmail.co.za

Your sincerely
Mr. Abdul Karinm


Scam letter:


From: wisewords@voila.fr <wisewords@voila.fr>
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 1:41:48 AM
Subject: How Are You?


Hello,

Hope you're in good condition of health; I am 38 years old from Afghanistan, Currently I am serving with the United States Soldiers but I desperately desire a"normal quality life" I hope you'll understand what I mean. During the cause of my duty, I discovered something that could change my entire life with my family.

On November 23 2009, I found a Metallic trunk box containing the sum of Eight Million, Five hundred thousand Euros (Ђ8.5M) in an abandoned building, initially I thought it was explosives but after thorough screening with bomb detectors I opened it to surprisingly see that it was filled with cash.
I have spent Ђ200 to confirm it's real and I want to transfer it overseas to a secured Country where I can live with my family in freedom because this War against the Taliban is fruitless and wasteful. I decided that if you would help me receive the funds, then we shall split it 30/70% as your commission, if you'll partner with me to receive the funds via conventional Bank to Bank transfer. Send me your Personal/Business Profiles by email to: wisewords@voila.fr and I shall give you further details of the process.
Rest assured this transaction is 100% Risk-Free, I have made inquiries on making it "clean" we shall first move the fund safely under diplomatic cover out to a safe/free Country where it would be legalised before transferring it to you. Your responsibility would be to co-ordinate with my Legal Representative to successfully receive the transfer.

P.S: I cannot use the Official phone to discuss this issue but you can always call me on Skype ID: bluesky_14u

Your timely response will be appreciated.
Sincerely,
Michael James.


Scam letter:


From: Peter Robert <peterrobert4316@att.net>
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 4:22:18 PM
Subject: Your fund of US$9.2Million.


Attn: Beneficiary,

This is to draw your attention that your fund of US$9.2Million is lying in suspense account with the BANK OF GHANA. The Government of Ghana has authorized us to effect every outstanding payment immediately based on the new Government instruction.The only problem now is that we dictated a lot of irregularities associated with your transfer and we will appreciate it if you answer the following questions.

(1) Did you at any time delegate any body not even from your
family to claim your fund on your behalf?
(2) Were you involved in a motor accident?
(3) Are you aware or related to one Mr. Bruce Allen?

Please reconfirm and answer the above questions because Mr. Bruce Allen came to our foreign payment department and submitted an application that you authorized your fund to be paid into the account of NATWEST BANK LONDON with Account number NAT-A943BDG99 with a report that you are now paralyzed as a result of the Ghastly Motor Accident you had some months back.

After processing the application of Mr Bruce Allen himself which he made known to us that he came from you, he succeeded in getting some required documents as to make sure that we effect this transfer as quickly as possible without any further delay.
The delay in transferring the funds is due to the request for a power of attorney authorizing him to pursue this payment on your behalf. He asked for a week so as to submit the document, but up till now we have not received any of the documents from any of you. Why?

If Mr Bruce Allen is not from you, do reconfirm to us the followings to enable us effect the US$9.2M directly to your nominated bank account via swift transfer.

Full name................
Country..................
Occupation...............
Phone number.............
Age......................
Sex......................
Marital status...........
Account Details..........

We are doing these to avoid making mistake in transfering your fund to your account.

I will proceed when i hear from you.

MR.PETER ROBERT,
HEAD OF AUDITH UNIT,
BANK OF GHANA.
One Thorpe Road.
P.O BOX 2674,
ACCRA GHANA,
mrpeterrobert@gmail.com


Scam letter:


From: CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA <lamidoasanuisgovcbn2009@gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 6:25:07 PM
Subject: ATTENTION BENEFICIARY, ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT INHERITANCE PAYMENT NOTIFICATION.


ATTENTION BENEFICIARY, ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT INHERITANCE PAYMENT
NOTIFICATION.

This is to officially inform you that we have verified your contract /inheritance file and discovered reasons why you are yet to receive your payment. It is because of the past government and their officials who said that you have received your contract/inheritance funds why we are still receiving complain from the United Nation Organization (UNO) that beneficiaries are still crying over their overdue contract/inheritance funds which has not been paid to them, then because of the sickness which
fall on the present president his officials claims that they have paid contract/beneficiaries their funds, however the acting president invite our technical experts in respect to verify on your contract /inheritance fund payment which they just rectified they you are yet to receive your contract/inheritance funds which is due all this years.

Meanwhile, we have been informed that you are still dealing with them and non recommended officials in the bank. Such acts must stop for security reasons if you wish to receive your payment. Since we have decided to bring a solution to your problem, right now we have arranged your payment through our ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT payment for you to choose, this is
the latest instruction by our new acting president,DR GOODLUCK JONATHAN (GCFR) Federal Republic of Nigeria.And he has promised to pay all foreign contractors/inheritance depts to those who have not receive their payment with the out going governments,so he has promise to pay without any delay as much as he remains in his office as acting president.

Below is the arrangement...

The ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT center will send you an ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT which you will use to withdrew your money from any ATM Machine or bank in any part of the world, but the maximum is ten thousand dollars per
day, so if you like to receive your fund this way please do let us know by contacting the new ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT payment center managing director DR ADAM WILLIAMS on email or call him on his cell phone:+234-803-836-8719 (dradamswilliamspaymasterofnig@gmail.com ) and Mr Sanusi Lamido Amiun Sanusi, Governor Central Bank of Nigeria on email for more information.And also send the following information to ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT center:

1) phone and fax number
2) address where you want them to send the card through courier service (p.o box not accepted)
3) your full name and total amount you are expecting.
4) Your occupation and Male/female

Instead of losing your fund.
Please indicate to the card center the total sum you are expecting and for your information you have to stop any further communication with any institution or office until you receive the ATM VISA CARD/BANK DRAFT. Email CBN Governor as soon as you receive this important message on his email address (lamidoasanuisgovcbn2009@gmail.com ) for more direction on
this regards and also update him for further instruction and directives.

Note: because of impostors, we hereby issue you our code of conduct tag number which is (502) so you must have to indicate this code when contacting the card center.

We await your urgent response.

Yours in service.

DR ADAM WILLIAMS.
Paymaster general of Nigeria
Atm Card Payment Center (APCN)
INCONJUNCTION WITH (CBN)
Telephone:+234-803-836-8719.


Scam letter:


From: kennethkennethwillai kennethkennethwillai <kennethkennethwill12@me.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 8:22:39 AM
Subject: ~~~Thanks Kenneth Williams
Files: Thanks Kenneth Williams.pdf


View attachment


Scam letter:


From: Madam Lynda Watson <watsonlynda@live.com>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010, 3:00:40 AM
Subject: CONGRATULATIONS YOUR EMAIL HAS WON YOU ($1,000,000.00 USD)


Mega Millions International Jackpot Lottery,
#67 Kings Road, P.O. Box 3262,
Chelsea, London, SW3 6ED
United Kingdom.

Phone: +44 703 188 0443
Fax: +44 844 774 7201

Dear Winner Number 8
We are pleased to inform you that you have been announced as the Eight (8) lucky winner of our MEGA MILLIONS JACKPOT LOTTERY PROGRAMME held on the 28th of February, 2010. Your email address is attached to the winning number Eight (8) with batch number: MML-06438, Reference number: MML-217699 and Winning numbers: 08,16,24,39,44.

Therefore, you have been approved for lump sum payout of Ј1,000,000.00 (ONE MILLION BRITISH POUNDS) in cash and have been credited to Payment No: 0088. This is from total cash prize of Ј47 Million, US Dollars, shared among the Thirty One (31) International Winners from all over the world.

To claim your prize, you are advised to contact our Overseas Payment Officer (Dr. David Villa) with below information as follows;

Contact Name: Dr. David Villa
Contact E-mail: drdavid.villa@gmail.com or megapaymentdept@gmail.com
Contact Phone: +44 703 188 0443 Fax Number: +44 844 774 7201
You are required to forward all the below information to the above e-mail addresses
for verification and payment.

1) Your Full Names...................................................
2) Your Nationality....................................................
3) Your Age................................................................
4) Your Occupation....................................................
5) Your Contact Phone No.........................................

As soon as you send all the above information's to our payment officer, he will tell you what to do to get your prize.

WARNING! For security reasons, we advice all winners to keep this winning information confidential (Secret) from the public, until you have received your won prize in your bank account. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this programme.

Congratulations!! once again.
Yours in service,
(Mrs.) Lynda Watson
[Publicity Secretary]


Scam letter:


From: gestion <gestionblanchet@bellnet.ca>
Date: Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 3:23 PM
Subject: your email address ...


your email address attached to an E-Ticket No: 0042637(15-45)just won (Ђ1,925,000) Full Names:___ TelNumbers____ E-mail Address___ E-Ticket No___ send info to: netherlandspromotion1@gmail.com


Scam letter:


From: Absa Bank <update_renew@absa.co.za>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 6:12:43 AM
Subject: Update: Check Your Security Status


Dear Customer,

G-Data Internet Security 2010

We are happy to introduce our latest security software for 2010 online account user called G-Data Security 2010. G-Data Internet Security 2010 is one-user license with the below features.

Combination of Avast and Bit Defender antivirus engines highest detection of Trojan horses, worms, password-stealers, and other nastiest

This product in AV-Test extensive malware-detection tests that combination worked and will protect you from any unwanted material in your computer. Click here and run this program-software's automatically or you can visit any of branch for the G-Data Internet Security 2010.

Board of Director.

Absa Bank

Today, Tomorrow, together.


Scam letter:


From: Carol Greenwood <info@foto-terra.ru>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 11:03:08 AM
Subject: Selection notice
Files: UK SILVERSANDS LOTTERY INTERNATIONAL.doc


Good day,
please find attached a comfirmation that your email address has been selected as a winner in our international promotions program,read and respond immediately.

Best wishes,
Carol Greenwood

UK SILVERSANDS LOTTERY INTERNATIONAL
REG: 1-4466-01-202
4 NORTHUMBERLAND AV,
LONDON, WC2N 5BX,
UNITED KINGDOM.
www.silversandscasino.com

WINNING NOTIFICATION
RESULTS FOR GRAND PRIZE WINNERS

This is to notify you of the release of the lottery winning, held on the 30TH of December 2009 by UK SILVERSANDS LOTTERY INTERNATIONAL one of the world most reputable online lottery organization. Your e-mail address attached to PIN NUMBER: 149591187 and lucky ball number, which subsequently won you the lottery in the FIRST CATEGORY.
YOUR LUCKY BALL NUMBER
02 08 09 11 13 16 36
You have therefore been qualified for a lump sum payout of ?1,000,000.00 ( One Million Pounds Sterling ) as the sole beneficiary the prize has been insured with a hard cover INSURANCE POLICY called the IRREVOCABLE GUARANTEE BOND, That makes the prize NON-DEDUCT ABLE. Due to mix up of some names and winning numbers, we advice all winners to keep this information Confidential from the public until your claim has been processed and your prize released to you. This is Part of our security protocol to avoid on line impersonation.
Eight Winners were selected on line from millions of email addresses world wide, with a Microsoft powered ballot system, your Email was among the lucky eight winners from the draws CONGRATULATIONS ONCE MORE! We also wish to bring to your notice our End of year (2009) high stake were you stand a chance of winning ?5 million Pounds.

WARNING: All winners are to claim their winning prize in not later than Four (4) weeks. Any winner who abuse this privileged will be disqualified To file for your claims and process the immediate release of your winnings prize, please kindly contact

MR.CLIVE PETERS VIA EMAIL,
EMAIL: clivepeters@uksilversands.net

CLAIMS PROCESSING FORM

FIRST NAME............ LAST NAME................
NATIONALITY.....................................
OCCUPATION......................................
SEX.............................................

AGE............................. (Below 18 disqualified automatically)
RESIDENCE ADDRESS...............................
ZIP/POSTAL CODE.................................
TELEPHONE NUMBER................................
PIN NUMBER...................................... (very important)

This Free Award is proudly sponsored by OPEC and it is organized to encourage the use of Internet and also to encourage prospective overseas entries, we are proud to say that over ?50 Million Pounds is won annually in eight countries worldwide.
CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE MEMBERS AND STAFF OF UK SILVERSANDS LOTTERY INTERNATIONAL.
Yours faithfully,
Mrs.Carol Greenwood
Online Coordinator.


Scam letter:


From: Christina Wilfred <christinawilfred44@att.net>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 11:27:05 AM
Subject: Congratulations You are a Lucky Winner!!!
Files: Message.html, FiFa_World_Cup_Lotto.pdf


World Cup Lottery Award  Promotions 

Congratulations!!! 

Your E-Mail Address Has Won GBP1,000,000.00 

OPEN ATTACHMENT FOR DETAILS


Scam letter:


From: Absa Bank <onlinesecure@absa.co.za>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 10:04:29 AM
Subject: Upgrade: Check Your Security Status


Dear Customer,

During our security research, we observed that our new 2010 Security Certificate Portfolio Launch was not successfully instilled for your online account , you can complete this section with online security page below and the program security Certificate software will be automatically Launched to protect you from any online Phishing attacks and unauthorized access into your online account, you can also visit your nearest branch for this service Certificate.

click below to activate

http://64.71.48.30/review/update-ABSAONLINE.Co.za.HTML

Absa Security Board.


Scam letter:


From: Akumba Romanus <akumbaromanus@aol.com>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 1:58:19 PM
Subject: Business Assistance


Business Assistance

Dear Sir,
Good day to you I got your contact from a Business Directory, and I decided to contact you directly for the sake of business.

My Name is Mr. Romanus Akumba i and my mother we are from Senegal, We are searching for a reliable and experience business partner in UAE.

I have about $11.5 Million Dollars. I would need your assistance investing it either here in U.A.E or any country of your choice under your guidance.

So I am only seeking for your assistance to help us invest this money,If you are willing to invest in this business, please give me your confidential contact phone number so that I will call you and discuss on how to see face to face and discuss more in details.

Thank you once again for your interest and waiting for your reply

Best Regards,
Mr. Romanus Akumba


Scam letter:


From: ABSA Internet Banking <alert@absa.co.za>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 6:08:09 AM
Subject: ABSA Alert : Account Upgrade


We are glad to inform you that our banking is switching to new security upgrade, so your account has been temporarily suspended
The new update technology will ensure the security for your account through our bank
Click Below To Upgrade.

http://www.absa.co.za/customer/re-activation/ To access your ABSA Update Page.


Scam letter:


From: NCUA <admin@ncua.gov>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 3:47:16 AM
Subject: Update your account

Dear CU/FCU Customer,

We need you to verify your identity immediately as this is a new routine check for security purposes.
We have encountered many security problems recently and this is a primary screening.

Please click here to proceed.

Failure to do so in less than 24hrs upon receipt of this notice means that this account does not
belong to you and will be blocked.

Thank you for using our services.

Copyright 2010 NCUA. All rights reserved.


Scam letter:


From: Absa Bank <secure.update@absa.co.za>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 5:01:37 AM
Subject: Check Your Security Status


Dear Customer,

We are proud to introduce to you our new Security program and its software features for better, faster and high secure quality securities service. Sequel to the new security measure, our records indicate that your account has not been upgraded to our new server Security Account Protection

Please Click Below to activate

http://64.23.13.51/Security/update-ABSAONLINE.Co.za.HTML

and complete your account update or you can visit any of our nearest branch for this program, registration is available.

Security Centre
Absa Bank


Scam letter:


From: Absa Bank <ib@absa.co.za>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 9:44:38 AM
Subject: Secure Account Update


Dear Customer

Absa Bank have been receiving complaints from our Customers about unauthorised use of their Online Bank Accounts.

As a result we periodically review certain Customers' Accounts and temporarily restrict access to those which we think are vulnerable to unauthorised use.

This message has been sent to you from Absa Bank because we have noticed some invalid login attempts into your account.

Due to this we are temporarily limiting and restricting your account access until we confirm your identity.

To confirm your identity and avoid limitations to your Online Banking Access,

Please click on this link

ABSA BANK


Scam letter:


Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 5:42:42 PM
Subject: Fwd: 2010 WINNER (CONGRATULATIONS)

Microsoft Award Team.
Bailey House, Har Road
Sutton, Greater London
SM1 4te United A Kingdom.
Batch: 12/25/0340

Dear Winner,

 This is to inform you that you have won a prize money of five hundred thousand pounds (Ј500,000) for the 2010 NEW YEAR Lottery promotion which is organized by YAHOO LOTTERY INC & WINDOWS LIVE.YAHOO & MICROSOFT WINDOWS, collects all the email addresses of people that are active online, among the millions that subscribed to Yahoo and Hotmail we only select five people every Month as our winners through electronic balloting System without the winner applying, we Congratulate you for being one of the people selected.

You are to contact your Claims Agent with immediate effect to facilitate the protocol of your winning prize before the expiry date of Claim; Winners shall be paid in accordance with his/her Settlement Centre. Prize must be claimed not later than 7 days from date of Draw Notification after the Draw date in which Prize has won. Any prize not claimed within this period will be forfeited. These are your identification numbers:

Batch number....................12/25/0340
Ref number.......................Ref: MSN-L/200-26937
Winning number...................YM09788

To begin your claim please contact our licensed and accredited agent assigned to you

Mr. Frank Walkers
(VERIFICATION DEPARTMENT MANAGER)
Email: frankwalkersdesk02@w.cn
Tel:+44-7024085732 

1. Full name............
2. Country..............
3. Contact Address........
4. Telephone Number........
5. Marital Status.........
6. Occupation.............
7. Company..............
8. Age...................

Congratulations!! Once again.
Yours in service,
Mrs. Felicia David’s
(Operation Manager)
Yahoo Microsoft Promotion Award Team.


Scam letter:


From: Roland Williams <rolandwilliams10@att.net>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 5:33:25 PM
Subject: CONGRATULATIONS: LUCKY WINNER


Congratulations: Lucky Winner,

BRITISH 2010 LOTTERY WORLD WIDE PROMOTION

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the annual final draws of online BRITISH 2010 LOTTERY WORLD WIDE PROMOTION conducted by a random selection of email addresses picked by an advanced automated random computer search of individuals and corporate bodies. However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy.

After this automated computer ballot, your e-mail address emerged as one of twelve winners in the fourth category for the second prize of ?550,000 (five hundred and fifty thousand pounds) from the total payout.

You are advised to contact the Paying Agent with your Winning Information and your personal details like: -
Ref Number: EAASL/941OYI/02/SHYN-
Batch Number: 12/25/0034-
Ticket Number:
Full Names-
Nationality-
Telephone Numbers-
Residential Address-
Postal Address-
Occupation-
Sex-
Note: Your Lotto Winning Certificate and a Cheque of ?550,000 (five hundred and fifty thousand pounds) has been issued and deposited with our Paying Agent, UK OUTSURANCE FINANCE, awaiting your collection.

Please contact the Paying Agent as detailed below for the collection of your Cheque.
Mrs. Judith Thompson (General Manager)

Mr. Frank Smith (Assistant Manager)

UK OUTSURANCE FINANCE

Penman Way Grove Park Enderb

Tel / Fax: +44-702-407-6695

Email: ukoutsurefinance@gmail.com

Thank you and congratulations!!!
Yours faithfully,
Mr. Roland Williams (Foreign Services Manager)
BRITISH 2010 LOTTERY WORLD WIDE PROMOTION,
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY SANOOK MAIL


Scam letter:


From: UK LOTTERY <prize.windepartment2010@live.com>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 12:25:48 PM
Subject: DEAR WINNER.


(Customer Services)
Date 27/02/2010
Ref: FER/4690/6103/24
Batch: Ref: 2SA69
Winning No: 2-9-22-23-24-30

EUROPEAN/UK/S.A/FIFA WORLD CUP BALLOT/MOBILE DRAW.

We happily announce to you the draw of South African 2010 World Cup Bid Lottery Award International programs held in U.K your "email address" was attached to ticket number; 12324277 serial number 6663817262 This batch draws the lucky numbers as follows -9-22-23-24-30 bonus number 2, which consequently won the lottery in the second category.

You hereby have been approved lump sum pay of Ј1, 100.000.00 (One Million One Hundred thousand Great British pounds) file Ref: FER/8309/1209/26 from the total cash prize of 18,000,000.00 shared amongst lucky winners based on their category.All participants "email address" were selected through a computer balloting system drawn from Nine hundred thousand names from Canada , Australia , United States , Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceanic as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually.

This Lottery was promoted and sponsored by some multinational companies and some other EU governmental personality’s part of their social responsibility to promote South Africans 2010 world cup award. The citizens in the communities where they have operational base.To process your claims you are hereby advice to contact the Claim Agent immediately the lottery program took place to promote South Africans 2010 world cup award.

Please you are advised to file for your claim immediately through our Agent Mr.Owen Klerk, email address:(owen.klerk_europeanclaims@london.com) for the claim of your prize. Note you stand a risk of loosing the prize if you fail to claim within a month from the day you received this notification.

For security reasons, we advice all winners to keep this information confidential from the public until your claim is processed and your prize released to you. This is part of our security protocol to avoid dual claiming and unwarranted taking advantage of this program by non-participant or unofficial personnel.
Note.

Congratulations once again on your winnings!!!

Yours faithfully,
EMMA SMITH
Online coordinator
EUROPEAN/UK/S.A/FIFA WORLD CUP BALLOT/MOBILE DRAW.
Open 7 days 7am-7pm.


Scam letter:


From: udohudom09@gmail.com <udohudom09@gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 9:23:53 PM
Subject: Investment Proposal [This is not junk mail please].
Files: Message.html, Untitled form.xls


Attached: Untitled form

Message from udohudom09@gmail.com:
Dear Sir,

I am Mr. Udoh Udom, I am a senior Manager with International Trust Bank Plc, Lagos - Nigeria. One of our customers wants to invest a large sum of money in your country in Partnership with you. She wants to invest the sum of 15.6 Million American dollars.

Please contact me through email: udomudoh@webmail.co.za or phone: +234 809 702 6652 for more details concerning the investment proposal.

Greetings,
Udoh Udom
Google Docs makes it easy to create, store and share online documents, spreadsheets and presentations.


Scam letter:


From: Mrs Hilda Davis <davisohilda@yahoo.com>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 11:48:18 PM
Subject: From Hilda Davis


From Hilda Davis

My name is Mrs hilda davis from Australia i am married to Dr.davis who worked with our Embassy in cote d ivoire for a period of 8 years before he died . We were married for 13years without a child before he died he deposited the sum of US$9.5m(Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand United State dollars with a Bank in cote d ivoire.in the custody of the Bank in cote d ivoire. Recently, my Doctor told me that I would not last for the next Four months due to cancer sickness. I decided to donate this money to churchs, organisation widows motherless and other people that are in need before i contacted you i pray over it As soon as I receive your reply I will give you the contact of the Bank where this money was deposited Any delay in your reply may give me run to look for another good person that will used this money accodinto my direction.be noted that this transation
will cost you a little money to get the changing of ownership certificate of the fund to your name,30% of the total money will go for you and your family including the espensese you will mede while the rest of 70% will go for the churchs, Charity organisation widows and other people are in need.i am waiting to hear from you. update me back at (d_hilda@cantv.net)
phone +25567437878

Thanks and Remain blessed
Yours sister in the Lord
Mrs hilda davis


Scam letter:


From: ABSA Internet Banking <ebanking@absa.co.za>
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 11:06:58 AM
Subject: Important Banking Message


Absa Internet Banking Account Review Notification.

Absa Internet Banking is constantly working to ensure security by regularly screening some accounts in our system.
As a new security measure to protect you from fraudsters accessing your Internet banking account,
We recently decided to review your account, so as to help us provide you with a more secure service.
your access to sensitive account features will be limited.
you have to log-in within 48hrs after receiving this notice to re-update your Internet banking account for urgent review.
After 48hrs your account will be disabled.
We would like to restore your access as soon as possible, and we apologize for the inconvenience.

Kindly re-update your Internet banking information by clicking on the link below.:

Click here to update your account

Security Department

Absa Internet Banking 2010


Scam letter:


From: Absa Internet Banking <ib.accountesuspended@absa.co.za>
Date: Friday, March 5, 2010, 2:14:34 AM
Subject: Your Absa Internet Access has been suspended


Dear Customer, Your access to internet banking has been suspended for security reasons.
Follow the link below to confirm your internet banking details.

CLICK HERE

Copyright 2010 Absa. All rights Reserved. Absa Bank Limited registration number: 1986/004794/06.


Scam letter:


From: Mr. Peterson Walter <honeybeeangel@eircom.net>
Date: Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 4:48 AM
Subject: Bonus No: 07.


BRITISH CANADIAN LOTTERY BC-49,
70 Foster Drive, Suite 800, Sault Ste.
Marie, Ontario, P6A 6V2, Canada.
Winning No: 08 12 16 33 36 42
Bonus No: 07
Ref No: IMP/73253CA/2010
Batch No: 642376/CA/2010

BRITISH CANADIAN LOTTERY 2010 PROMOTION.

The Canadian Government in collaboration with the British Government and the World Gaming Board are the sponsors of this online email lottery for compensation and grant for both past lottery winners and the entire world public for purpose of Infrastructural development as an online compensation for all internet users.

We happily announce to you the draw of the Special Global Promotional Draw held on Saturday February 27Th, 2010 in Manchester in the United Kingdom and Ontario Canada.Your e-mail address attached to REF No; IMP/73253CA/2010, with Batch No: 642376/CA/2010 drew the Winning No: 08 12 16 33 36 42 Bonus No: 07 for BC-49 Lotto under the choice of the lottery in the 1st category of bi-weekly six.

All participants were selected randomly from World Wide Web site through computer draws system and extracted from over 10,000,000 companies and personal e-mails. So your email is your online automatic ticket that qualified you for this draw.You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of 1,263,000 00 GBP (One Million Two Hundred and Sixtythree Thousand,Pounds Sterling)

In view of this, your 1,263,00 GBP (One Million Two Hundred and Sixtythree Thousand,Pounds Sterling) would be released to you by following the directives of the Royal Bank Of Scotland. Our London-UK Bank will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your funds as soon as you contact their office. So you are required to forward the following details to our trusted Bank to help facilitate the processing of your claims:

You are to contact the Royal Bank Of Scotland for payment with details below:
Contact Person:
Mr. Peterson Walter
Bank Name: Royal Bank Of Scotland
Email: transferdept02.rbs@w.cn
Tel: +44 7011 147 154.
FILL PAYMENT PROCESSING FORM BELOW:
1.FULL NAMES:________
2.ADDRESS:__________
3.SEX:_______________
4.AGE:________
5.MARITAL STATUS:_____
6.OCCUPATION:________
7.E-MAIL ADDRESS:______
8.TELEPHONE NUMBER:_____________________
9.BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF COMPANY/INDIVIDUAL___
10.AMOUNT WON:________
11. COUNTRY___________

Remember, Do not reply to this mail, Reply only to RBS (Royal Bank Of Scotland), to claim your prize, send your reference and batch number and payment processing form to their email: transferdept02.rbs@w.cn

Winners are advised to keep their winning details/information from the public to avoid fraudulent claim (IMPORTANT) pending the prize claim by Winner.

You can also confirm your winning number and bonus numbers on our website http://www.canada.com/life/lotteries/lottery_results.html

Congratulation!!
Sincerely,
Elizabeth Wiltaker (Mrs).
Lottery Controller General
BC-49 Lottery.


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From: Omar Hassan <omar_hassan1@live.fr>
Date: Friday, March 5, 2010, 3:59:08 AM
Subject: URGENT REPLY NEEDED

aeFROM MR.FROM MR. OMAR HASSAN

BILL AND EXCHANGE MANAGER
BANK OF AFRICA (B.O.A)
OUAGADOUGOU BURKINA FASO

Dear Friend,
I AM THE BILL AND EXCHANGE MANAGER OF BOA BANK OF AFRICA
I Hoped that you will not expose or betray this trust. I need your urgent assistance in transfering the sum of ($6.4 million) immediately to your account.I will send you full details on how the business will be executed and i want you to flourish me with this datas:

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From: Gary Morolo <gmorolo@yahoo.com>
Date: Friday, March 5, 2010, 11:37:59 AM
Subject: Email from Mr Morolo
Files: Message.html, My Proposal.jpg


Compliments,
I seek to make contact with you for a mutual financial benefit.
Please find attached to this email, my proposal letter.
Your reply will be appreciated.
Kind regards,
Mr Gary Morolo

 


Scam letter:


From: Cruise Becker <george_4one@yahoo.com>
Date: Thursday, February 11, 2010, 6:28:19 PM
Subject: Cruise Shipping Jobs


Cruise Shipping Jobs
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Sincerely
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Scam letter:


From: LOTTERY BOARD <ahjop78@att.net>
Date: Thursday, February 11, 2010, 5:50:57 PM
Subject: WINNER FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY


We are happy to inform you that you have won a prize money of One
Million British Pounds Sterling (GBP1,000,000) for the month of FEBRUARY 2010
Lottery Win promotion which is organized by ONLINE LOTTERY every month.

ONLINE LOTTERY, collects all the mail identity of the people online and
among the millions that log on to the internet we only select five people
every Month as our winners through electronic balloting System without the
winner applying, we are congratulating you for having been one of the
people selected.

PAYMENT OF PRIZE AND CLAIM

You are to contact your Claims Agent on or before your date of Claim,
Winners Shall be paid in accordance with his/her Settlement Center. ONLINE
LOTTERY Prize must be claimed no later than 7 days from date of Draw
Notification after the Draw date in which Prize has won. Any prize not
claimed within this period will be forfeited.

These are your identification
Numbers.......................
Batch number.....................JHB/1/08 09102
Lotto number.......................JHBLW35447
Winning number...................JHB/SA09788
These numbers are your winning identification numbers, that you will send
it to
your claims agent,

MR. SCOTT TYSON email address -
tyscott@gala.net
for identification and further instructions.

You are therefore advise to send the following information to the Claims
Agent to facilitate them and process the transfer of your fund.

1.Full name
2.Contact Address
3.Telephone Number
4.Marital Status
5.Occupation
6.Date of Birth
7.Nationality

Congratulations!! Once more.
Yours Faithfully,
ONLINE LOTTERY INC.,


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