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

Subject:  From Mr.Steve Oman
From:  "Steve Oman" <>
Date:  Fri, 22 Sep 2006 03:57:54 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "From Mr.Steve Oman" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 22 Sep 2006 03:57:54 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Steve Oman" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Attached Message
   I am Mr.Steve Oman , The Assistant manager, Bills and Exchange at 
   the Foreign Remittance Department of one of the leading banks in 
   West Africa.Which will be disclosed to you on your acceptance to 
   assist me.Meanwhile I got your email address through the internet 
   while I was searching for someone to assist me in this 
   transaction.However I am writing these letter to ask for your 
   support and cooperation to carry out this transaction opportunity 
   in my department.We discovered an abandoned sum of $1 2,500 
   ,000.00 (Twelve million five hundred thousand United States 
   Dollars only) in an account that belongs to one of our foreign 
   customers who died along with his entire family of a wife and a 
   daughter in October 31,1999. On a plane crash of October 
   31,1999[With Egyptian airline 990]with other passengers.Please 
   Late Mr.William Barnes worked with Oil Services & Petrochemical 
   Exchange (OPE) Limited,West Africa a Petroleum Company in 
   collaboration with Chevron Canada. 

   Since we heard of his death, we have been expecting his next of 
   kin to apply and put claims for his money as the heir, because we 
   cannot release the fund from his account unless someone applies 
   for claim as the next of kin to the deceased as indicated in our 
   banking guidelines.Unfortunately, neither their family member nor 
   distant relative has ever appeared to claim the said fund. 
   Upon this discovery, I and other officials in my dep artment have 
   agreed to make business with you and release the total amount into 
   your account as the heir of the fund since no one came for it or 
   discovered the maintained account with our bank, otherwise the 
   fund will be returned to the banks treasury as unclaimed fund. We 
   have agreed that our ratio of sharing will be as stated thus;30% 
   for you as foreign partner,70% for us the officials in my department. 


   Then upon the successful completion of this transfer,I and one of 
   my colleagues will come to your country and mind our share. It is 
   from our 70% we intend to establish charity organization in our 
   country as a way to help the handicapped and less previlaged. To 
   commence this transaction, we require you to immediately 
   indicateyour interest by providing the below informations 

   1.Your full name 
   2.Your personal telephone/fax number 
   3.Your country of orgin and residence 
   4.Your age and 
   5.Your Profession 

   to e nable us send you a claim application form which you have to 
   fill and send to the bank as the next of kin for necessary 
   approvals before the transfer can be made. 

   Personally I have every documents that will enable us put the claim 
   forward and inherit the fund nevertheless this transaction is 
   legal.Moreso my bank will effect the payment to any one who will 
   apply for the claim to the depositor as long as the person has the 
   required documents and information regarding this fund.I have all 
   the required information and documents in my possession which I 
   will send to you when required by the bank.Please I would 
   appreciate if you will keep it away from the knowledge of the bank 
   that I am providing you with the required information. 

   This transaction must be kept STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL 
   because of its nature. 
   I look forward to receiving your prompt response to 
   enable us proceed. 
   Please Reply Me through my altanative email address: 

   Yours sincerely, 

   Mr.Steve Oman. 

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