To whom this e-mail may concern?
From: Mr. Charles Phillip firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: February 7, 2010 7:23:57 AM
To whom this e-mail may concern,
How are you and your family doing today?
I want to inform you that your fund of $850,000 usd which your e-mail address won from the 2009 Microsoft regular usage of e-mail award, is still in our custody and a research will be held on the 13th of the month in the remittance department and this may lead to the return of your fund back to
the Nigeria Government.
So i have been ask to confirm from you within 24hours and know if you really need your fund of $850,000 usd to be delivered to your address or it should be turn over too the government.
If you still need your fund of $850,000 usd, i want you to fill the below information and get back to me for confirmation.
Your full Name:
Your Delivery address:
Your Contact phone number:
And be advice that the reason why you did not get this fund of $850,000 usd was because of the postage fee which is $300usd. And due to the fact that we
do not accept Cash on delivery, you have been given the chance of paying %50 percent postage fee which is $150usd and you will also promise in sending
the balance as soon as you get your fund of $850,000 usd delivered to your address.
We are so sure of anything we are doing and we also back you with an %100 percent money back guarantee.
I await your swift responds. Respond to email@example.com
For more information and advice call me at +234 8020 4068 43 or 009234 802 0406 843.
The following IP addresses were extracted from your headers:
IP Address Probable Country
184.108.40.206 India (Bangalore) *
220.127.116.11 United Kingdom (Woking)*
* The last IP listed is usually the originating IP address
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So How Come?
- The Quirked Eyebrow
- I have two blogs at the moment - Here Be Dragons which is devoted to rental scams primarily sourced through Craigslist although the proliferation of free ad sites has widened the hunting grounds. Many additions come from other sources (ie: blogs/anti-scam sites/online community ad sites) or are provided by people who want to share their experiences. There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch is for copies of scammail that I find in my mailboxes ~ sometimes I can't resist the odd acerbic comment but for the most part I post 'em because the more that people do, the fewer fools they get to gull. Dunno what to say about me that would be very interesting ~ I'm a granny who reads, gardens and crafts as the mood strikes me. :) I don't particularly care for the social predators on this planet and this blog is part of my way of saying so.