A Scam Email with the Subject "SAVE SOUL" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 01 May 2009 07:09:39 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was HERO <email@example.com>, although it may have been spoofed.
HERO, HUMAN EMPOWERMENT REFORMED ORGANISATION Along old ECOWAS road, Badagry, Lagos State Nigeria. Phone No:+2348034232590,+2348025518266 E:mailAddress:firstname.lastname@example.org Good day our friends and helper we wish to use the time to thanks all the people that care for our African Children at the Motherless Baby\'s Home, we thank you so much and God will bless you all for helping this little kids, for some months now it has been for dovecote for us at NIGERIA HERO CHILDRENS FOUNDATION (NHCF) because we have much children to take good care of most of them does not have food to eat or bed to sleep and most of them have sickness that we need your help to take good care of these children. Nigeria is located in West Africa and borders the country of Niger to the north, Chad (across Lake Chad) to the north-east, Cameroun to the east and Benin to the west. To the south, the Bight of Benin and the Bight of Biafra indent the Gulf of Guinea. Nigeria gained independence from Britain in 1960. Pertinent information about Nigeria: Distance: 923,768 square kilometers or (356,669 square miles) Population: 115,224,000 (45 % under the age of 15) Annual Per Capita Income: $1,300 ($3.55 per day) Infant Mortality Rate: 7 % (approximately 1 baby out of 14) HIV/AIDS Statistics: 3,930,000 People Afflicted 102,000 Deaths in 2008 to Date 123,600 New AIDS Cases in 2008 Based on the high infant mortality rate, the HIV/AIDS infection rate and the level of poverty, NIGERIA HERO CHILDRENS FOUNDATION is committed to assisting certain rural areas of Nigeria in providing the needed resources to combat these problems. Consequently, Mr. fidelis E. brown, President of NIGERIA HERO CHILDREN FOUNDATION (NHCF) took a 14-day tour of a number of hospitals and orphanages to assess the level of care and treatment currently provided to Nigerian children in assisted living facilities. The following facility summary contain the results of the visits. We are pleading to you all to help, with your denotation to support this African Children Foundation within the first three months of their lives. There was also some encouraging news. Mr. Ahanotu was introduced to a two and one half years old boy who had lost his parents and twin sister to AIDS but so far the little boy has shown no sign of the disease. He also met four other children who were born with the HIV/AIDS virus but now test negative after being treated with anti-viral drugs locally developed. The number of children in this home is minimal due to the lack of accommodation. Children with HIV are brought into the center and then taken to the hospital on regular bases. There are exceptional cases were the Home have to take in babies who are abandoned in nearby farms or streets. The sisters also offer counseling to pregnant homeless girls. These girls are encouraged to opt for the adoption of their babies to good Christian families. The Sisters usually go to the court with the families to legalize the adoption process and they pay routine visits to the new families to ensure that the babies are well cared for. In need of great assistance in completion of dormitory project, provision of a dinning room, laundry room with machinery, beds and bedding materials, tables and chairs, play mats, baby cots, feeding accessories for infants and children. Yours truly, Mr. jubreal adeolu(manager) mobile: +2348034232590,+2347025518266 +2348058360642,+2347088934468 NOTE: For contact purposes please contact the Welfare Officers, mr philip obi. mobile +2348060363442 mrs hellen coker. mobile +2347031549189 And please this is not in anyway a form of scam. We would appreciate your kind gesture.