The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  bank transfer of your US$2,500,000.00
From:  "Elizabeth Hafner" <info@metodoelche.com>
Date:  Wed, 29 Sep 2010 22:15:57 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "bank transfer of your US$2,500,000.00" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 29 Sep 2010 22:15:57 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Elizabeth Hafner" <info@metodoelche.com>, although it may have been spoofed.




Int'l Banking Services
Barclays Bank PLC
1 Churchill Place
London, E14 5HP-United Kingdom.


Ref No: BC/IPF-03TF


Sir,


Re: Bank transfer your US$2,500,000.00


We wish to inform you that after thorough review of all contract,
inheritance, lottery and unclaimed funds, your name was forwarded to our
bank for the review and transfer of your long delayed funds starting with
a first part transfer of US$2,500,000.00 to your bank account.

However, we are surprised to receive another application this morning from
your representative, MR.JOHN E. COHORST stating that you gave him a "Power
of Attorney" to be the beneficiary of your funds.
MR.JOHN E. COHORST made us to believe that you are dead and that he is
your next of kin, hence we got your email address from our database and
decided to send a message hoping to find out if you are dead or alive and
if at any time you gave MR.JOHN E. COHORST, a Power of Attorney to
represent you and transfer your funds to the account below:

NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA
DEAKEN AVE MILDURA VICTORIA - AUSTRALIA 3500
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 897101504
ACCOUNT BENEFICIARY: MR.JOHN E. COHORST


Kindly inform us today by email, if you permitted and gave this transfer
authorization to MR.JOHN E. COHORST to enable us update our records to
avoid the wrong transfer of your US$2,500,000.00.

For further details, kindly send your TELEPHONE NUMBER directly to my
private e-mail: vhafner@terrapins.com


Yours sincerely,

Ms. Elizabeth V. Hafner
Int'l Banking Services
Barclays Bank PLC, United Kingdom.


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