The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Re-Approved Payment Claims
From:  World Bank Auditors <>
Date:  Tue, 20 Jan 2009 02:35:53 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Re-Approved Payment Claims" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 20 Jan 2009 02:35:53 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was World Bank Auditors <>, although it may have been spoofed.



32-36 Loman Street, London SE1 0EH

World Bank Auditors

Sitting Presently in the United Kingdom

Prime Financial Institution

                               {Reserved Bank of England}

32-36 Loman Street, London SE1 0EH,

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 7031818668

Fax: +44 7092859252


Attention; The Beneficiary,

                         Re-Approved Payment Claims

Following the urgent signal the overleaf mentioned institution received from the Bank of America, Bank of England and African development Bank, filed to the European and African Union âEU & AUâ concerning your overdue contract payment which you ought to have received but due to malpractices within the paying Banks involved.

Be informed that your name is among the list to receive their winning funds payment/transfer which has been delayed and payment shall be effected from the EUROPEAN & AFRICAN UNION âEU & AUâ Overseas Credit Commission {OCC}account with UOB Bank in Thailand, this office have decided that your fund shall be paid from one of Thailand's International Bank.

According to the World Bank Auditors Committee on Contracts, the European and African Union {EU & AU} wants to use this medium among others to set a pace in creating an outstanding image for the agreement reached by the EU and AU respectively, on behalf of African region. Therefore, you are advised to act in accordance with the details of this message and cease onward communication with any other offices, corporate bodies/individual and so called Bank officials. Etc.

During the auditing and vetting of your files it was discovered from the records of outstanding beneficiary fund transfer's due for payment which have been delayed by many officials and some of your agents from the source of origin of your fund. In the light of the outcome of the board of director's meeting few days back, be informed that your name is among the list of beneficiary to receive their overdue contract fund payment/transfer which has been delayed.

We wish to officially notify you that a part payment is being processed and the sum of One Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollar Only {US$1.5M} will be wired to your nominated bank account as soon as you respond to this letter.

Kindly re-confirm to us, if this is inline with what you have in your record and also re-confirm the information below to enable this office proceed and finalize your fund remittance without further delays. And also cease further communication with all those that claims to be assisting you, knowing fully well that they have no valid document to the fund they claimed transferring to you, as they are trying to divert your fund to TECHNOLOGY GENERAL CORPORATION ACCOUNT in UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 'UAE' and UNITED WORLD CONTRACTORS LTD in the UNITED STATES.

Is the stated overleaf companies your affiliate/sister companies in which you want your fund remitted into their bank accounts. Please clarify and Kindly forward the below information's to this office to enable us process your claim and effect the immediate fund release order to the EUROPEAN & AFRICA UNION Overseas Credit Commission {OCC}account with UOB Bank in Thailand for onward processing of your payment to you accordingly.



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As soon as the above information's are received, this office shall send you the contact information of the EU and AU Overseas Credit Commission paying bank in Thailand on the procedures of payment and also send you the authentic/original document of your fund, which is in line with the agreement reached with the EU and AU.


Dr. Alex Nene.

Director Credit Control Unit.

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