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

Subject:  NO MORE DELAY!
From:  "Rev. David mark" <>
Date:  Wed, 25 Jun 2008 09:17:10 -0400

A Scam Email with the Subject "NO MORE DELAY!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 25 Jun 2008 09:17:10 -0400 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Rev. David mark" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

REF: CBN/IRD/CBX/021/08 



Firstly, I plead on behalf of my country and the Central Bank of 
Nigeria for not contacting you all this while as regards your 
contract payment,

I want you to know that your payment is valid and maintained with 
us here. I will also like to inform you that your fund can only be 
sent to you through Diplomatic courier service, ATM CARD or Bank transfer whichever one you choose. 

You are here by advised to cooperate with us, as the Central Bank 
of Nigeria (CBN) will not be held responsible for any loss or 
damage arising from your inability to obey our instructions.

Do not respond to any mail from Prof. Charles Soludo, 
investigation revealed that he is bent on deceiving innocent 
creditors and diverting their fund to his private pocket just 
because he had access to our payment list.

Prof. Charles is currently facing one hundred and thirty criminal 
charges in Nigeria. He is an unmitigated, depraved soul and 
embodiment of lies and deceit. Be warned!

I was informed when I came into office on the 16th of January 2008 
that a contract with the federal government of Nigeria was 
executed in your favor by a foreign contractor. As a result of the 
fire incident at the information departments of the central bank
of Nigeria which destroyed vital information of the bank including 
all the necessary information regarding your contract payment, we 
were able to trace some burnt files, then We managed to figure out your email address that is why I 
decided to 
contact you for immediate payment but you are to choose a 
payment method from the list below: 
Diplomatic cash delivery _____________,
Swift Electronic Wire Transfer to your Bank account______________ or
Swift ATM Card. _____________
You can equally come there in Nigeria to pick up your fund if you so wish. Let us know your choice 
at once, say yes to the option that you would like.

I wish to remind you that your payment is being processed and will 
be released to you as soon as you respond to this letter. Also 
note that from the records in my file, your outstanding contract 
payment is ten million five hundred thousand united state dollars 
only {$10,500,000.00}. Re-confirm if this is inline with what you 

have in your record. It is expedient to get back to me immediately

complete the following information carefully, to enable us proceed with your payment.

Your Full Name: _________________________

Your Complete Address (Physical Address with Zip Code not
P.O.BOX): ______________________________

Name of City of Residence: _________________

Country: _________________________________
Working Identity Card/Passport

Age/Marital Status_______________________

Direct Telephone Number: __________________

Mobile Number: __________________________


Occupation: _____________________________

Note that You are required to send your full banking details along if you choose Swift Electronic 
Wire Transfer ( i.e. Bank to Bank Transaction ).

Yours truly,

Rev. David mark 
Supervisor General

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