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Subject:  Contact Mr.Henry Robert for the Check.
From:  "Dr. William Ehis"<dr.willamehis2008@yahoo.com>
Date:  Sun, 28 Mar 2010 18:08:48 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Contact Mr.Henry Robert for the Check." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 28 Mar 2010 18:08:48 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Dr. William Ehis"<dr.willamehis2008@yahoo.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

Hello Dear,


I am very happy indeed to inform you that at last I succeeded in securing the contract under a 
cooperation of my partner from Japan. It is like a miracle after all the problems and difficulties 
I encountered on the process. Above all I did not forget my promise to God that I will render an 
assistance to the charities and less privileged. I tried to achieve the project here but could not 
because of the political instabilities and selfish interest in the Government of my Country.


Therefore I would like to use you to accomplish the promise I made. I am in Japan now for my 
contract project with Mr. Takaya Watanebe and very busy at the moment. Before I left my Country I 
left $1,800.000.00usd (One Million Eight Hundred United State Dollars) with Bank of Africa Benin 
Republic under the care of Mr.Henry Robert, I told him that I will ask you to contact him for the 
money.


Therefore,I would like you to contact Mr.Henry Robert now and ask him to transfer the 
($1,800,000.00 usd) to you. You shall use ($1,400,000.00usd) out of the total amount to launch a 
foundation on the motherless babies in your area in my name and keep $400,000.00 to yourself as a 
reward of your participation and effort.


Please contact Mr.Henry Robert via his email address:- here (henry_robert@o2.pl) and provide him 
with the below information.


Your full name,
Your Phone and Fax Number
Your Age
Occupation
Your Address
Your Country


Regards,
Dr.william Ehis


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