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

From:  "McMillan M. Peck" <>
Date:  Tue, 06 Feb 2007 10:54:33 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "LETTER OF INTENT FROM ( (SAPIA))" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 06 Feb 2007 10:54:33 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "McMillan M. Peck" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

PA. Executive Director Project,
The South Africa Petroleum Association,
14th Floor , ABSA Centre Adderley Street
Cape Town 8001 ,RSA.
Telfax:+27 86 668 3653

For your kind attention:
Dear  friend,

I sought your contact through your country business portal encyclopedia conferring you as a 
trustworthy and consistent person. I am Engr. McMillan M. Peck, the  PA to the Chief Executive 
Director of Project, with the South Africa Petroleum Industry Association ( (SAPIA)).  My 
commission - The  South Africa Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA))-which is in charge of 
managing and supervising the disbursement of oil sales revenues for the South Africa government 
which covers payment to foreign and local contractors that have executed contracts for the  

The revenue under our control runs into several hundred of millions of dollars monthly. Myself and 
other colleagues in the  SAPIA are currently in need of a foreign partner with whose bank account 
we shall transfer the sum of Two hundred Million United States Dollars ($400,000,000.00USDm). This 
funds was accrued from various over invoicing of foreign contractors€™ payments made over the years 
from 1999 to November 2006.

The Total fund is presently waiting in the Government Account named (R.S.A INDEPENDENT REVENUE(s) 
account overseas . However, by virtue of my position as civil servant and staff of the SAPIA , I 
cannot acquire this funds in my name. This is because as a top civil servant, I will not allowed by 
the law of the country to own or operate a foreign bank accounts outside our country for now. I 
have been delegated as a matter of trust , to look for an overseas partner in whose account we 
would transfer the fund, hence the reason for this mail. We shall be Transferring the money to your 
account with the company name you may provide as the beneficiary under the guise that you are being 
paid for a contract which you/your company executed for our country through the Commission.

For your support and partnership, please reply me to negotiate your fees or the percentage you wish 
to be paid when the funds arrive your bank account. You must however note that this transaction, 
with regards to my disposition to continue with you, is subject to these terms. Firstly, our 
conviction of your transparency, Secondly, that you treat this transaction with utmost secrecy and 
confidentiality. Finally and above all, that you will provide an account over which you have 
absolute control.

The transaction, although discrete, is legitimate and there is no risk or legal liability either to 
ourselves or yourself now or in the future as I will have put in place all the necessary machinery 
(Foreign Lawyer) who will equip you with enough documentation qualified and approved you as the 
contractor who the funds is due to ensure a hitch free transfer of the fund into your account upon 
acceptance for our subsequent sharing according to our agreed ratio. The transfer will be effected 
to your account within five - seven (5-7) working days from the date we reach an agreement and you 
furnish me with a suitable bank account and company name with your contact phone & fax number for 
transmission of the relevant documents to you.

I am looking forward to do business with you as per your promised of confidence in this 
transaction, Please mail back your response through my above email address for me to update you on 
my plans as to how we intend to actualize this transaction.

Send all your reply to my business Lmail:

Warm Regards,

Engr. McMillan M. Peck

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