The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Payment Code: R5109176K
From:  "Federal Bureau of Investigation"<>
Date:  Fri, 20 Mar 2009 08:22:43 -0400

A Scam Email with the Subject "Payment Code: R5109176K" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 20 Mar 2009 08:22:43 -0400 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Federal Bureau of Investigation"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Federal Bureau of Investigation
FBI Seattle Division
1110 Third Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101-2904

Payment Code: R5109176K
Reg No: 132731593
Date: March 20, 2009

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has discovered through our intelligence Monitoring Network that 
you are eligible to receive the sum of $7,500,00.00 USD regarding to an over-due Inheritance/Award 
payment which was fully endorsed to be paid in your favor.

Therefore, the FBI Seattle Division in conjunction with the United States Department of Homeland 
Security (DHS), Has screened through our various Monitoring Networks and has been confirmed and 
notified that the transaction you have with the Financial Institution is Legal and you have the 
Lawful Right to claim your due fund.

The President His Excenllency Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar'Adua President of the Federal republic of 
Nigeria has given us to the final approval to pay your fund to you within the next 48hrs,

Your fund valued $7,500,000.00 USD  has been deposited into a Gold smart Card   number: 5425 0512 
3456 1956 personal identification is ATM- 7997 this card will enable you buy and withdrawal cash 
anywhere around the world this is done for your own security, with this card you will not have  to 
take the risk of sending us your personnal banking details online as you have been strongly advise 
by your local bank not to send your banking details to anyone online.

What you are required to do now to Pay the fees of $120.00 USD for the shipment of your Gold Smart 
card to your choice location, $120.00 USD  is the only fees that has been approved by both the FBI 
and the Bank that you are to pay as cost of Delivery of your Card to you by the courier 
company.Once the fees is been paid your will get to you in the next 2-3 working day.

Note: Your funds are protected by a hardcover insurance policy, which makes it impossible to deduct 
any amount from the money before it can be remitted to you. This means that the above charges 
cannot be deducted from the Funds and hence must be provided by you before your fund is transferred 
to you.
The payment for any of the above options should be sent via Western Union Money Transfer in the 
name of the Head of Operations Mr. Patrick Ighome.
Find below the payment information.
Name of receiver: Patrick Ighome 
Office Address: Plot 143, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos 23401 Nigeria.
Text Question: In God
Answer: We Trust
Name of Sender:.....................
Address of Sender:..................

Note:Mr Martins Gerrald has gone on a transfer and would notr be back until November 20th so kindly 
forward all messages you have sent back to Mr Brayn Rowe.

Please contact the Head of Operations Dr.Bryan Rowe Central Bank of Nigeria As soon you make the 
your payment.

Dr. Bryan Rowe (Head of Operations)
International Remittance Department
As soon as he receive your payment, he shall proceed with your fund transfer immediately.
We anticipate your prompt response.
If you need to contact me at any stage please do not hesitate to call (206) 350-6981.


Steven M. Dean (Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge)
cc Robert Mueller (FBI Director)

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