The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Hello...
From:  "Mr James Smith"<>
Date:  Sun, 20 Dec 2009 18:02:33 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Hello..." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 20 Dec 2009 18:02:33 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Mr James Smith"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Dear friend,
My Name is Mr. James Smith, a senior Auditor and Heading-computing department here in our bank. 
On my routine inspection I discovered a dormant domiciliary account with a balance of Ј35 million 
(THIRTY FIVE MILLION POUNDS ONLY).  I have only written to seek your assistance in transferring 
this fund. 
The owner of the fund was a foreigner, late Mr. Thomas Stockley. An American Citizen who 
unfortunately lost his life in the plane crash of Alaska Airlines Flight 261, which crashed on
January 31 2000. I am proposing to make this transfer to a designated bank account of your choice. 
You can view this link for more details about the plane crash
Note that this transaction is confidential and risk free.  As soon as you receive this mail you 
should contact me by return mail. In the event you are not interested, I sincerely ask that you 
disregard this email and tell no one about it. I am very careful on truncating my banking career 
should you mention this to someone else. I hope you can be trusted in this regard. 
Please note that all necessary arrangement for the smooth release of these funds to you has been 
finalized. We will discuss much in details when I do receive your response. Your share will be 30% 
of the total transfer sum after the transfer has been successfully concluded. 
Please in your response include your telephone and fax numbers for a better communication between 
us. You can reach me on the email below:
Let me know if you can handle it. 
Best Regards,
Mr James Smith
My contact details:

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