A Scam Email with the Subject "I NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE FOR THE TRANSFER." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 30 May 2016 05:35:05 -0700 (PDT) and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Mr Freyja Ragnvard <firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
Dear friend, I know that this message will come to you as a surprise. I am Mrs Mr Freyja Ragnvard from Burkina Faso the Accounting and Auditing Manager in a security company known as MISSION GOAL FINANCE COMPANY (M.G.F.C), Ouagadougou I hoped that you will not expose or betray this trust and confident that I am about to repose on you for the mutual benefit of our families. I need your urgent assistance in transferring the sum of (usd$10.5m) million to your account within 10 to 14 banking days. This money has been dormant for years in our bank without claim. I want the bank to release the money to you as the nearest person to our deceased customer (the owner of the account) died along with his supposed next of kin in an air crash since July, 2011. I don't want the money to go into our bank treasurer account as an abandoned fund. So this is the reason why I contacted you so that the bank can release the money to you as the next of kin to the deceased customer. Please I would like you to keep this proposal as a top secret and delete it if you are not upon receipt of your reply, I will give you full details on how the business will be executed and also note that you will have 35% of the above mentioned sum if you agree to handle this business with me? And 10% will be set aside for any expenses that warrant on the process before the fund get into your bank account such as telephone calls bills (etc). Finally send your photo or your international passports for more identification. Photo.......... International Passports.................. Best Regards, Mr Freyja Ragnvard. --- L'absence de virus dans ce courrier électronique a été vérifiée par le logiciel antivirus Avast. https://www.avast.com/antivirus