Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: Seasons greetings

From: "Michel Amoah" <>

This email with the subject "Seasons greetings" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 18 Dec 2009 07:59:06 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was "Michel Amoah" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

A good day to you,

My name is Mr. Michel Amoah with the SG-SSB Bank of Ghana as the Regional 
manager, Adum Branch, in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

I got your contact during my search for a reliable, trust worthy and honest 
person to introduce this transfer project with me. I am writing to solicit 
your assistance in the noble transfer of US$19.300.000.00.

I have packaged a transaction that will be of mutual benefit to us. As the 
branch manager of SG- SSB Bank of Ghana, it is my duty to send a financial 
report to my head office in the capital city, Accra, at the end of each 
financial year.

Following the release of the 2006 year financial report, I discovered that my 
branch made US$19.300.000.00 (Nineteen million three hundred thousand united 
states dollars); from the transactions accruing to the account of the Inland 
Revenue Service (IRS) which my head office will never be aware of because it 
was not detected by our principal auditors:- Ernst & Young Chartered 

I have diverted the funds into what the bank calls Escrow Call Account with 
no beneficiary. As the branch manager of this bank, I cannot be directly 
connected to this money, so my contacting you is to assist me receive the 
funds in your bank account in your country and get 35% of the total funds as 
your benefit.

If you agree to work on this with me, I will immediately program your full 
information in the computer system here in Adum branch as the Escrow Call 
Account holder/depositor in SG-SSB Bank of Ghana.

All I need from you is to stand claim as the original depositor of this fund.

Mail me if you think we can work together. {}

Thanks for your co-operation in advance.

Yours truly,
Mr. Michel Amoah