The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

Subject:  Dear Friend Please Read This Letter
From:  Morris Ronald Geoffrey John <morrisrgjohn@morris.com>
Date:  Sat, 09 Aug 2008 02:59:44 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Dear Friend Please Read This Letter" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 09 Aug 2008 02:59:44 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Morris Ronald Geoffrey John <morrisrgjohn@morris.com>, although it may have been spoofed.



Dear Friend,

This letter would definitely come to you as a surprise owing to the fact that you and I have never 
had any prior communication. My names are MORRIS RONALD GEOFFREY JOHN. I am an Australian but 
presently in the United Kingdom. I write to know if you will be interested in working with me on a 
deal that can make us millionaires if we can be sincere with each other as well as having mutual 
respect for one another. This is a deal that can run for several months without being unveiled if 
only we can keep the secret between the two of us, and without showing off our wealth to attract 
undue attentions.

I am an IT expert who has devised a means of siphoning funds from huge deposits of Saddam Hussein's 
loot in a bank in Jersey, Channel Island. Details of the deposits are available for your 
verification upon request and assurance that you are really serious to join forces with me for the 
execution of this deal. I am capable of juggling through the bank's database and make transfers 
without being noticed by any known bank security device. I have built a network that makes use of 
the OFX-Connect of i2cbank Electronic Transaction Processing and Personal Financial Management 
(PFM) equipments/applications.

This Network is built around a secure e-commerce transaction SSL Certificates that enables up to 
256-bit encryption including Signing Technologies, Identity Verification Developer Solutions and 
Anti-Phishing Tools to enhance smooth, undetectable and untraceable transactions. This is a risk 
free deal, which can never be traced to anybody because it is
strictly electronic commerce and highly encrypted on both ends of the transfer platform.

There is US$500,000,000.00 (Five Hundred Million United States Dollars) in the said account but we 
can keep our deal as low as $20,000 and this will run on a number of installments spreading over 
quite a period of time.

Following the execution of Saddam Hussein and current confiscation of his assets and properties, 
the said bank is about sitting on this money because the account is coded. So, this is the right 
time to cash into this opportunity. I am contacting you to be the receiving agent at an agreed 
percentage or sharing ratio to be governed by a written agreement between us. I do not want to be 
greedy about this and I do not mind equal sharing so long as you will be sincere in terms of 
accountability and assurance of my security whenever we are meeting in your country.

On a final note, I wish to state here that for security reasons I would not be giving you the 
entire details of this deal until I know your position. Therefore, I shall upon your response give 
you more detailed explanation/clarifications on this deal. Upon your response, I will also give you 
my contact address, my phone numbers, my winning strategies as well as why I am so sure of being 
successful in the deal. The sooner we commence this deal the better. So, I would look for someone 
else to work with if I do not have your response within the next few days.

Please, send the following details to email address: morrisrgjohn@uk2.net


Name:
E-mail address:
Telephone number:
Location:

Regards,
Morris Ronald Geoffrey John.




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