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Subject:  Hello Dear
From:  a a <aviva1957@013net.net>
Date:  Wed, 11 Mar 2009 16:04:01 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Hello Dear" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 11 Mar 2009 16:04:01 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was a a <aviva1957@013net.net>, although it may have been spoofed.



Hello Dear,

I know that this proposal might be a surprise to you, but do consider it as an emergency. I am Miss 
Grace John from the public of Northeastern Africa Sudan, now seeking for refugee in Dakar Senegal 
under the (UNHCR).

My (late) father Dr. John Kewrell, was the managing director of Rainbow Gold and Diamond Mine 
company in (Sudan). But he was killed along side with my mother during the longing civil war and 
all his properties were totally destroyed.

However, after the death of my parent, I managed to escape with a very important document (DEPOSIT 
CERTIFICATE (US$5.9m) Five million nine hundred thousand U.S Dollars deposited by my late father in 
one of the leading bank with my name as the next of kin.

Meanwhile, I am saddled with the problem of securing a trust worthy foreign personality to help me 
transfer the money over to his/her country and into possession pending my arrival to meet with him.

Furthermore, you can contact the bank for confirmation, I will send to you the full contact address 
of the bank, once I get your positive response to help me with the transfer of the funds to your 
bank account, and help me with the investment of the funds, and my coming over to join with you in 
your country.

In the light of above I will like you to keep it to yourself and don't tell it to anyone for I am 
afraid of loosing my life and the money. I wait your positive response.

Remain Bless
Miss Grace John.

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