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

Date:  Thu, 18 Dec 2008 18:04:46 -0500

A Scam Email with the Subject "PLEASE I NEED YOUR HELP" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 18 Dec 2008 18:04:46 -0500 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was (ALEX SMITH), although it may have been spoofed.

Dear Dad/Mum,

I hope this message reaches you in good health (Amen). Truthfully, I am
very sorry to have browsed your email address from the internet to send you
this mail without your consent or approval. Please do understand. To start
with, permit me to introduce myself to you. I am Alex Smith I am 18yrs of
age, from the Mecca District of Bomi Country in the Republic of Liberia. My
father Hon. Williams Smith, the director of Smith Timber Company and the one
time special adviser to the Minister of Natural Resources was murdered by an
opposition Leader during the previous Crisis in my country (Republic of
Liberia). Before the death of my father (Hon. Williams Smith) during the
early stage of the war of my country, he revealed a secret to my mother that
he deposited $7.Million USD as a family treasure box in a Security
Company in the Republic of Ghana. He ask my mother and I to leave Liberia
and come to the near by Country Ghana, where we can find refugee and have
peace for our dear lives. Having a meeting with my late father's Ghanaian
lawyer (Barrister Mark Okolo), he told my mother and I that all vital
documents as regards to the deposit and claim of this consignment in the
Security Company was handed over to him by my late father. We went to
the Security Company for the claim of this consignment but we could not make
the claim due to my father's laid down will for me to consult his foreign
business partner before the release of the consignment which my father did
not disclose to me before his untimely death. Now as the next of kin and the
only Surviving child who is presently with my mother(Mrs. Mary Smith) in the
United Nations refugee camp(Bujumbura) Ghana, I seek for your humanitarian
assistance to enable us claim this consignment in your name as the foreign
beneficiary and help us receive this family treasure box(consignment) in
your country while you invite me over to you for the sharing and investment
in a lucrative production or business in your country as it is the laid down
instruction by my late father for me to consult his foreign partner who will
guide me in the investment in his country due to Africa political crisis and
instability in the African economy. Mistrust is like an axe on the tree of
partnership but since only God could ordain trust, I will be very grateful
to Him to build up such a relationship with you in accordance to his will. I
promise you with all sincerity and a heart full of thankfulness to God that
I shall give you all true love and respect and I would be grateful to God
the almighty if you will be kind, understanding and trustworthy enough to
help get a better life. I promise to give you 20% of the total fund and 15%
per-annual in the investment as your benefit of assisting me a young refugee
and a fatherless child attains a better life. God bless as I expect your
reply and thanks in advance.

Alex Smith.

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