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

From:  "Bello Osagie & Associates"<>
Date:  Sun, 05 Apr 2009 14:15:09 -0400

A Scam Email with the Subject "NOTICE OF BEQUEST" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 05 Apr 2009 14:15:09 -0400 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Bello Osagie & Associates"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Bello Osagie & Associates   
Legal Practitioner, Solicitors & Notaries 
& Property & Civil Law 
Block 43 Law Road Ave,Surulere, Lagos. 

Dear Friend,

I am Bar. Bello Osagie  a legal Attorney with great vision as I am the private and most trusted 
Attorney to my late client 

Mr.Robert D.(Snr.) a National of your Country, who used to work with Shell Development Company here 
in Nigeria and a U.S 

Consular Officer.On the 22nd Saturday October 2005,My client, his wife And their three children 
were involved in a plane 

crash .All passengers and crew on board in the plane unfortunately lost there lives.

Since then I have made several enquiries to your contry's embassy in a bid to locate any of his 
extended relatives this has 

also proved unsuccessful(Abortive) After these several unsuccessful attempts, I decided to track 
his last name over the 

Internet during my search in the international web internet business directory for a reliable and 
honest person to act as the 

Next of kin to my late client(Mr.Robert) Since you bear the same last name with the deceased,to 
locate any member of his 

family hence I contacted you.
I have contacted you to assist in repartrating the money and property left behind by my late client 
before they get 

confiscated or declared unserviceable by the bank where he deposited sum of Forty Eight million 
dollars with OCEANIC BANK PLC 

the banking guidelines stipulates that if such money remained unclaimed for over a period of time 2 
years and few months, 

with the account unservicable the money will be confisicated and this will happen after the next 
one month if nobody comes 

for the money. Since I have not seen any body for the money, the bank has  contacted me officially 
as the Legal Attorney to 

my late client to bring any of his relative as the next of kin to claim this money he deposited 
with them before his dealth 

with his entire family in a Bellview Airline Plane Crash,since he left the space of next of kin in 
the account opening form 

with the bank empty and unfilled before his dealth.Now I seek your consent to present yourself as 
the next of kin of the 

deceased even if you are not the real next of kin,i have everything to help you out so that the 
proceeds of this account 

valued at Forty Eight  million dollars can be paid to you and then you and me can share the money 
45%/45% as 10% will be set 

aside for any expenses incured during the process of the transaction.All I require is your honest 
co-operation to enable us 

see this deal through. I guarantee that this will be executed under legitimate arrangement that 
will protect you from any 

breach of the law. 
Please enclose your other Names,Address and your Phone numbers in your response as soon as you show 
keen interest for 

effective communication.Be rest assured that as you comply to my directives this transaction will 
be executed in a legitimate 

arrangement that will prevent you from any breach of the law in your country as it would be backed 
with official 

documentation endorsed by the supreme court of Nigeria to legalize the claims of this transaction. 

Finally, I crave your indulgence to present you as the surviving next of kin to the deceased so 
that we can reap from the 

fruit of this old man's labour before some group of bad and corrupt leaders in my country get rid 
of this money and share it 

for their own selfish interest instead of both of us sharing it for the betterment of ourselves and 
our families. 

I am awaiting your Prompt response with some good news!!! Thanks and God bless you, 

My Private Email:

Yours Faithfully,

Legal Practitioner, Block 43 Law Road Ave,Surulere, Lagos.

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