The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Date:  Fri, 12 Mar 2010 21:51:45 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "YOUR DELAYED FUNDS/ARE YOU DEAD OR ALIVE???RE-AFFIRM" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 12 Mar 2010 21:51:45 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "NIGERIAN POLICE FORCE (NPF)"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Attn: Dear Beneficiary.
May you remain favored.
I am ( Mr.Ogbonna O. Onovo ) the Inspector General of The Nigeria Police Force (NPF). We received a letter this morning from the Central Bank of Nigeria informing us that, they received your Part Payment of US$750 which you sent through Mr. Allen Smith and Mrs. Cynthia Edward from Canada. These individuals claim to be your representatives, they presented a DEATH CERTIFICATE on your behalf stating that, you are DEAD and before you passed away you instructed them to come and claim your fund for you, as the rightful beneficiary.
Below is the account details which they provided and instructed the Bank to transfer your fund valued US$14,500,000.00 into.
Bank Address: 2075 S. Victoria Ave Ventura, CA 93003
Bank Phone Number: 800 788 7000
Account Name: Mr. Allen Smith.
Type: Checking
ABA # 322271627
Acct # 1951204345
Amount: US$14,500,000.00
If you did not send them, you are required to provide us with the below information (for official verification) via email:
1. Your Full Name;
2. Your Age and Occupation;
3. Marital Status;
4. Direct Telephone/Fax Number;
5. Home and Office Address:
6. Identification
7. How much  have you previously invested or lost?
As soon as we receive the requested information from you, we are going to forward it to the Bank where you will be directed for your fund to be released to you. This is in line with the latest Presidential release as a result of numerous petitions by International Comity/United Nations/ European Union/ Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Homeland Security etc on how people are hiding here (in Nigeria) to perpetrate this evil act and rubbishing the image of our dear country.
F:  Mr. Ogbonna O. Onovo
I.G, Nigeria Police Force (NPF)