A Scam Email with the Subject "AN URGENT REPLY." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 21 Apr 2010 17:08:11 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
Dear, My Name is Mr.Clement williams, I am a staff of CREDIT SUISSE BANK here in London-England, in the file/computer deptment. I got your contact through an internet business proposal so i decide to contact you on this business opportunity. In my department I discovered an abandoned sum $5,000,000,00m US dollars (Five Million United States Dollars). In an account that belongs to one of our foreign customer who died in a plane crash with his wife and only Child (January 30,2006) and since he died, we in the Bank here have been expecting his/her next of kin/relative(s) for the inheritance of the deposit, but none has surfaced. The policy of the Bank however stipulates a limited time period for such inheritance to be made or the fund will be written off going by the record of the incident, the time limit for the claim is closing up. In this consideration, I am contacting you to seek for your kind understanding and sincere co-operation to claim this inheritance for our mutual benefit. If you can stand as the next of kin in this project, success is assured because I am in Possession of the personal file jacket of the deceased which contains every needed information about the account and the deceased and you and I stand no risk of any kind because I have enough information to support you in claiming the inheritance. The proceedings of the transaction will be shared 50% each after expenses are reimbursed. Kindly indicate your willingness and we shall proceed with the initial step for the claim.The entire project is expected to last for about ten working days. You should contact me immediately as soon as you receive this letter.Trusting to hear from you immediately.for security reasons reply to this email: email@example.com Best Regards, Clement Williams.