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

Subject:  Can You Assist?
From:  Dave Smith <>
Date:  Fri, 13 Mar 2009 04:05:05 -0400

A Scam Email with the Subject "Can You Assist?" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 13 Mar 2009 04:05:05 -0400 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Dave Smith <>, although it may have been spoofed.

From The Desks Of
Mr.Dave Smith
Intercontinental Bank plc.
Lagos, Nigeria.

       Good day,

I am Mr.Dave Smith, Bank Manager of Intercontinental Bank plc,Lagos
Branch. Having consulted and based on the information gathered from the
Nigerian Chambers Of Commerce And Industry, I have the privilege to
request your assistance in the transfer of USD$25,000,000.00(twenty five
million united states dollars) into your account.On December 6 2000, an
American oil consultant/contractor with the Nigerian National Petroleum
Corporation(NNPC) Mr. Henry Gardner made a numbered time(fixed) deposit
for twelve calendar months, valued at USD$25,000,000.00(twenty five
million dollars) in my branch. Upon maturity, I sent a routine
notification to his forwarded address but got no reply. After a month we
sent a reminder and finally we discovered from his contract employers
NNPC, that Mr. Henry died in an automobile accident.On further
investigation, I found out that he did not leave a WILL and all attempts
to trace his next of kin were fruitless. I therefore made further
investigation and discovered that Mr. Henry did not declare any next of
kin in all his official documents, including his bank deposit paperwork.

This sum USD$25,000,000.00 is still floating in the bank and the interest
is being rolled over with the principal sum at the end of each year. No
one will come forward to claim it. According to Nigerian Laws, at the
expiration of 10(ten)years, the money will revert to the ownership of the
Nigerian government if nobody applies to claim the funds. Consequently, my
proposal is that I will like you as a foreigner to stand in as a next of
kin to Late Mr. Henry Gardner.This is simple1) I will like you to provide
me immediately with your full names, address and your phone number so that
an attorney will prepare the necessary documents and affidavits, which
will put you as next of kin.2) We shall employ the services of an attorney
for drafting & notarization of the WILL and obtain the necessary documents
and letter of probate/administration in your favor for the transfer.The
money will be paid into your account for us to share in the ratio of 60%
for me and 40% for you, which we will both sign and agree to, by a
Memorandum of Understanding (M.O.U) before we proceed with the transfer of
the money to you.There is no risk at all in this transaction, as the
attorney will do the paperwork for this transaction and with my position
as the branch manager guarantees the successful execution of this
transaction.Upon your response, I shall then provide you with more details
and relevant documents that will help you understand. PLEASE OBSERVE
UTMOST CONFIDENTIALITY, and be rest assured that this would be most
profitable for both of us because I shall require your assistance to
invest my share in your country.Awaiting your urgent reply via this email
below , please save me the anxiety of endless waiting. Please reply

God bless you as you do.

Mr.Dave Smith
Intercontinental Bank plc.

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