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Subject:  Over Due Inheritance/contract funds Payment
From:  "Fidelity Bank Plc"<>
Date:  Sat, 27 Dec 2008 04:55:50 -0500

A Scam Email with the Subject "Over Due Inheritance/contract funds Payment" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 27 Dec 2008 04:55:50 -0500 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Fidelity Bank Plc"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

From: Benard Abbah
Fidelity Bank of Nigeria 
No 2, Kofo Abayomi Street
Victoria Island, Lagos
International Operations
23rd December, 2008

Attention: Beneficiary,     

Over Due Inheritance/contract funds Payment. 

Compliment of the season.
This is to notify you that your over due contract/Inheritance funds has been gazettes to be 
released, via key telex transfer (KTT) direct wire transfer to you by the Senate house committee on 
Debt Reconciliation/Payment of over due foreign contract /Inheritance funds claims in the first 
Quarter of the year 2009.
Meanwhile, a woman wrote to my office few days ago with a letter, claiming to be your True 

 Here are her informations:
Name: Mrs. Mary Kay
Bank Name: The Commerce Bank
Bank Address: 1837, Richmond av. 
Staten Island, New York
Account Number: 7920507852
Routing No: 026-013-673
Swift Code: CBNAUS33 

Please, do reconfirm to this office, as a matter of urgency if this woman is from you So that the 
Fidelity bank will not be held responsible for paying into the wrong account number.
Fidelity Bank  plc have been approved and accredited by the Federal Ministry Of Finance and the 
Senate House committee on Debt Reconciliation/Payment  of over due inheritance funds and contract 
claims  to respective original beneficiaries this first Quarter  of the year 2009. 
However, we shall proceed to issue all payments details to the said Mrs. Mary Kay, if we do not 
hear from you within the next seven working days from today.
Best regards,   
Yours Sincerely, 
Bernard Abbah 
Fidelity Bank Plc
International Operations

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