A Scam Email with the Subject "Dear Sir" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 25 Jan 2010 07:28:09 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Nana Kwabenna Agya" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
Hello My Friend,
I am Nana Kwabenna Agya, chief security officer of Buduburan Refugee Camp in Accra, Ghana. This mail might reach you as a surprise because it was unexpected and I am very sorry for any complications or inconvenience that this might cause you.This mail to you is an honest proposal that will give rise to more prosperity and light to our respective families and better the lives of some many less privileged Ghanaian and African children.
Mr Solomon Togar was a very successful business man and gold merchant, He visited Ghana severally for several business transactions until the war broke in out, and he lost his entire family to the hands of rebels and militants. His wife, two sons and himself were completely burnt to ashes in their own house in the Liberian capital, but his daughters were safe because they weren't at home when the ugly incident had happened. As they returned from their outing they discovered their entire family was no more, their house burnt down to the ground and so much violence, rampage, outrage & murder had suddenly taken over the entire city. The 18 years old Martha and her 16 years old sister Susan ran into the streets like the rest of the people, running for their lives. According to the narrator, the 26yrs old housemaid of Mr. Salomon's family who happened to have gone out with the two girls, said they spent 27 nights in the field fighting to survive. The UN and AU peace keeping forces came and drove some of the Taliban group members away from the city streets which they occupied only to come and meet up with us in our little camp in the bush along the border of the Guinea. only a few managed to survive and escape the horror from tali-bans. Unfortunately, 18 years old Martha was raped and brutalized by the rebel gang and she died just 3 days after they arrived refugee camp in Ghana. Susan was in a terrible condition as well but she managed to regain better part of her selves many months later in the Camp.
Seven months later, Susan came up to me and told me about the Twenty seven million united states dollars ($27,00000.00) that her father had deposited in a fixed domiciliary account here in Ghana and also about the Diamond land which He had bought from one of the royal families in the Ashanti Kingdom of Ghana before his death for several millions. I couldn't believe it at fist until i conducted certain investigations and found out that her claims true. The funds still lingers with the bank up till date but as a refugee, Susan is not entitled to own a bank account, however she's young too and cannot apply for the release of her funds and possession herself and make good use of it, but you can. and this leads to my reason of writing you: This little girl needs your help to get a better life after all the trauma she has been through. With the situation at hand, I require a trust-worthy, honest and understanding man that will help receive this funds as a beneficiary to the account, invest the money wisely for the young girl and help provide a better life for this girl by provision of better quality Education and housing for her outside this country just like the father could have done if He was still alive. I have visited the bank severally to inquire about the funds and i was told the funds still exist and immediately an authorization from the legal inheritor to the account which is Susan is issued the funds will be released to the nominated/chosen beneficiary, and hopefully the diamond lands will augur too in the same vain
Please, we need your help to do this, you'll surely be rewarded by God. But you must go according to arrangements immediately you receive the funds in your possession. As you do so may God richly bless you.
In case of any interest, do send an email to me on: with all your personal details and phone number.