A Scam Email with the Subject "Attn: Beneficiary," was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 13 May 2010 05:07:00 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Office Of The Presidency"<firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
With reference to your contract/inheritance fund with the Federal Government of Nigeria, I am Mr. Emmanuel O. Egbogah Special Adviser to the Presidency on Financial Matters. I have the mandate to contact you earlier but due to my commitment and based on the conditions surrounding the late release of your fund, I could not do that. However, there is an arrangement with some highly acknowledged officials attached to the various financial sectors of Nigeria and one foreign High Commission in Nigeria to carry out an operation with my colleagues. They accepted to work with us once we agree with their terms and the conditions of settling them as soon as their job is completed from Nigeria to you. I will like to inform you that all the necessary underground arrangement has been concluded for your contract/inheritance fund to be lifted through Diplomatic Courier Service Company. The cash will be moved from Diplomatic Luggage’s of Nigeria with seals/tag numbers. Every arrangement towards these procedures has been perfectly concluded. We have to taken care of the local expenses in the same ratio of percentage of dividend that will be incurred in this process and settle the Diplomats that will carry the consignment from Nigeria to your country and assist you to make the cash lodgment to a secure bank account. Meanwhile, I have concluded with the officials working with Nigeria Security Printing and Minting Company (NSPMC) to get all the necessary documents needed for the arrangement so that immediately the diplomats get the cash to you, the consignment will be deposited to any of the International acclaim bank in your country. Finally, immediately the consignment gets to you country, your attention will be needed to identify and to proceed to the bank. Be aware that this arrangements is perfectly arranged with my contacts men working with NSPMC and sealed, do not inform anybody about this arrangements, to avoid putting us into problems which may affect your contract/Inheritance payment and our civil service. I await your immediate approval letter for us to move ahead. Yours faithfully, Dr. Emmanuel O. Egbogah