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

Subject:  ATTENTION: Dear Friend.
From:  "David Azuka" <wire-transfer@creditagricolesn.net>
Date:  Mon, 10 Sep 2007 19:14:25 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "ATTENTION: Dear Friend." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 10 Sep 2007 19:14:25 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "David Azuka" <wire-transfer@creditagricolesn.net>, although it may have been spoofed.


ATTENTION: Dear Friend,

I MAKE THIS APPEAL WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT ANY FACTS OR OPINION
EXPRESSED BY ME ARE GIVING IN CONFIDENCE AND SOLELY FOR YOUR PERSONAL
INFORMATION AND USE.

I am Mr David Marcel Asuka,the manager of bill and exchange at the
foreign remittance department of my Bank. In my department I
discovered an abandoned sum of US$8.5M,(Eight Million, Five Hundred
Thousand US Dollars) with account number 14-2558-5976 that belongs to
one of our foreign customers who died along with his wife and only
daughter in a plane crash of Alaska Airlines Flight number 261 which
crashed on 31 January, 2000. You shall read more about the crash on
visiting this site
http://www.cnn.com/2000/US/02/01/alaska.airlines.list/ The owner of
this account is Mr. Morris Thompson an American and great
industrialist and a resident of Alaska.

It is therefore upon this discovery that I now decided to make this
business proposal to you and for our bank to release the money to
you. You have to follow the instruction which I will send to you as
the next of kin or relation to the deceased for safety and subsequent
disbursement since nobody is coming for it and I don't want this
money to go into our bank treasury as  unclaimed bill.

The banking law and guidelines here stipulates that if such money
remained unclaimed after Three years, the money will be transfered
into the bank treasury as unclaimed fund. The money has now stayed
more than  three years and I am preparing documentaion to prove that
this money has been transfered to our bank treasury. It will be
between me and you only that will know that the money is not
transfered into our treasure. The request of foreigner as next of kin
in this transaction is occasioned by the fact that the customer was a
foreigner and a Senegalese cannot stand as next of kin to a foreigner.

In appreciation of your assistance, I am offering you 30% of the
total sum. 5% for contingencies (cost of transfer/other charges)
likely to  be incurred during the course of transaction, while the
remaining 65% is  for me.

Upon receipt of your reply, I will send to you by fax or email the
text of the application which you will complete and forward to our
bank asking for this money to be paid to you as the next of kin to
Mr. Morris Thomson. I will not fail to bring to your notice that this
transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any fear
as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer.
 
PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT ME IMMEDIATELY YOU CONSIDER MY
URGENT
REQUEST.

Yours  Faithfully,

Mr.David M.Asuka


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