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

Subject:  Attn: Honorable Contractor
From:  "Ibu Nkita"<>
Date:  Sat, 06 Mar 2010 06:35:12 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Attn: Honorable Contractor" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 06 Mar 2010 06:35:12 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Ibu Nkita"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Attn: Honorable Contractor

We received a payment credit instruction from the Federal Government of Nigeria to credit your 
account with your full contract funds from the Nigerian Reserve Account. This is to notify you that 
your funds have been programmed for immediate release into your nominated bank account but due to 
money laundering laws and problems with International Monetary Fund (IMF) payment is now been made 
by Diplomatic Courier Service. Be informed that every arrangement regarding your cash payment 
through diplomatic services has been made; note that your funds have been packaged like a 
consignment on which we would send you the video clip and a snapshot of it at your request.  Note 
that the money is $3.5millon US and the Diplomatic Agent will be moving down to the United States 
in order to deliver the Consignment to your doorstep immediately your details are verified as the 
beneficiary contractor.

Before we would proceed we need to confirm your details with the one we have in our database. So 
therefore you are requested to send your details;
Name in full
Contact Address
Mobile and land phone number
Next Of Kin
Valid Id 
Place of Work

Please understand that these required details are for security reasons and also necessary to enable 
the diplomat deliver your consignment to your doorstep. You will be required to contact the 
Diplomat as soon as he gets to your Airport with the following details

Name: Pat Beasly

You are advised to send to us any suspicious fraudulent mail you might receive concerning your 
contract payment especially those spoofing to be from the Central Bank of Nigeria. Any Letter that 
looks suspicious to you please I would want you to send it to the Economic Financial Crime 
Commission {EFCC} so they can investigate on the matter and treat accordingly.

Here is their email Mrs. Waziri Farida is the Head of Economic Financial 
Crime Commission. So if you are having any suspicious mail don’t fail to send it to the mail given 
to you


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