Monday, August 07, 2006

Scam Mail

I've always received a lot of spam/scam mails in my mailbox everyday. Most of them sells sex enhancement products, fake Rolexes, property and stocks ads. But I found that the following mail catches my attentions due to the way they sweetlaced their email to make you think that its the real deal.


Dear Friend Pua,

I am Barrister Mark Jones,a solicitor at law.I am
the personal attorney to Engr.Hawkins Pua,a national
of your country,who used to work with Mobil Oil
company in Nigeria. Here in after shall be referred to
as my client,On the 21st of April 2002, my client,his
wife and their two children were involved in an Auto
Crash All occupants of the Vehicle unfortunately lost
their lives. Since then I have made several enquirers
to your embassy to locate any of my clients extended
relatives this has also proved unsuccessful.

I have contacted you to assist in repatriating most
especially,the Money left behind by my client before
they get confiscated or declared Unserviceable by the
bankwhere this huge deposit were
lodged.Particularly,the Bank where the deceased Had an
account valued at about $23.6 million dollars,has
issued me a notice to provide the Next of kin,or have
the account confiscated. I seek your consent to
present you as the Next of kin of the deceased since
you have the same last name so that the proceeds of
this account Valued at $23.6 million dollars can be
paid to you, as my clients Next
of Kin,and then we can share the amount on a mutually
agreed percentage.All legal documents to back up your
claim as the deceased Next of Kin,will be provided.

All I require is your honest co-operation to enable us
see this deal through.I guarantee that this will be
executed under a legitimate arrangement that will
protect you from any breach of the law.Please get in
touch with me by my e-mail to enable us discuss
further.Iwill want you to send to me on your return
email the following information for the transfer in
your favour.Please endeavour to contact me My Alternetive

1, Your full Name,
2, Your contact Address
3, Your private phone ,Mobile and fax numbers for easy
4, Your occupation
5, Your age.
Best Regards
Barrister Mark Jones Esq.

Be wise, nothing comes for free. And it seems that a lot of rich people prefer to die in Nigeria.

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