The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Dear Beneficiary,
Date:  Mon, 07 Jun 2010 03:12:05 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Dear Beneficiary," was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 07 Jun 2010 03:12:05 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "REVWISDOMSMITH"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Dear Beneficiary,
  I am writing to know if you have already been informed that a legacy of $2M (Two Million United 
States Dollars) was bequeathed to you by our late client Mr. Maurice Wohl, an Israeli born British 
citizen who died of heart-related   complications. He was aged 83. Until his death He was a kind 
philanthropist who believed in charity for Humanitarian Assistance both in life and death.      
Congratulations: You are among the numerous beneficiaries of his estate as announced by the 
executors of his Will.   
We have arranged to make your fund available to you via HSBC VISA CARD. With this procedure, your 
fund will be programmed in a new HSBC VISA CARD and delivered directly to your door step. Also, a 
pin Number will be issued to you along with the ATM CARD to enable you make withdrawal of your fund 
from any ATM MACHINE in any part of the country. But the maximum amount withdrawal in each 
withdrawal is $2,500 and a total of Ten Thousand United States Dollars ($10,000.00) is permitted 
per day.
You are advised to make direct contact with Rev. Wisdom Smith. He is the Personal assistant to Late 
Mr. Maurice Wohl, You should contact him through his private email address below:        
Name: Rev. Wisdom Smith
Direct Phone: 845-536-4730
While contacting Rev. Wisdom Smith, kindly forward the following details to him. This below details 
will be used to program your fund in a new HSBC VISA will be asked to state your payment 
release code MWIS/HSBC/1110/2010/2m 
Your Full name:
Phone Numbers:
Next of Kin:
Marital Statues:
Yours faithfully,
Ms. Antonia Mattson.

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