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

From:  Williams <>
Date:  Tue, 01 Dec 2009 00:59:48 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "FROM : KENNETH AND JULIET WILLIAMS" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 01 Dec 2009 00:59:48 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Williams <>, although it may have been spoofed.


Dear Guardian,

Our name are Kenneth and Juliet Williams are the children of Late General Alexander Williams the 
former Director of military intelligence and special acting General Manager of the Sieria Leone 
Diamond mining cooperation (SLDMC ). I am contacting you to seek your good assistance to transfer 
and invest USD 18 million belonging to my late father which is deposited in a bank in Abidjan. This 
money is revenues from solid minerals and diamonds sale which were under my fathers possession 
before the civil war broke out.

Following the brake out of the war, almost all government offices, cooperation’s and prostates were 
attacked and vandalized. The SLDMC was looted and burnt down to ashes, and diamonds worth millions 
of dollars was stolen by the rebel military forces who attacked my fathers office.

Many top government officials and senior army officers were assassinated and my father was a key 
target because of his very sensitive military position and appointment in the SLDMC. Regrettably, 
my father was captured and murdered along with half brother in cool blood during a mid-night rebel 
shoot-out when our official residence in Freetown was ambushed by Fordey Sanko the notorious rebel 
leader. My mother sustained very sever bullet injuries which resulted to her untimely and painful 
death in a private hospital here in Ivory Coast.

Now we are alone in a totally strange country without parents, relatives or any body to care for us 
at our tender ages. Before our mother died, she told us that our father deposited some money which 
he made from diamond sales and contracts at this bank here in Ivory Coast and that we should pray 
and find a trustworthy foreign business partner who would help us to transfer and invest this money 
in profitable business venture overseas. She told us to do this quickly so that we can leave Ivory 
Coast with our cousin brother-Arthur who is here in the camp with us and, then settle down  abroad. 
She gave us all the bank documents to prove  the deposit and then told us that my father used my  
name as the only son to deposit the money in the bank. She told us that this is the reason why we 
came to Ivory Coast. My mother died afterwards. May her spirit rest in perfect peace.

I have gone to the bank to make inquires about this money and I spoke with the director of 
International remittance who assured me that the everything is intact and promised to help me 
transfer this money to my foreign partners bank account as soon as I provide my partners foreign 
bank account for them. However, the director is very concerned because of my age, I am 21 years and 
as such promised to help me and he would like to speak with my partner to ensure that this money is 
invested wisely in only profitable business because of his personal interest and sympathy for me.

Please note that I can only offer you 20% of the total money as compensation for your noble 
assistance in accordance with my mothers advise. I am interested in any profitable commercial 
venture which you consider very good in your country and you would also get a school for me, my 
little sister and cousin so that we can finish our college education. I shall give you more details 
when I receive your urgent response.

Thanks, and God bless you, give you the wisdom to carry out this great deal. Awaiting anxiously to 
hear from you so that we can discuss the modalities  of this transaction.

I await your immediate response.

Urgently forward your replies to our contact address for more details:

Yours sincerely.


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