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Subject:  From Pastor Gyan Albert (Strictly Confidential)
From:  "Pastor Gyan Albert"<>
Date:  Mon, 08 Nov 2010 01:31:35 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "From Pastor Gyan Albert (Strictly Confidential)" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 08 Nov 2010 01:31:35 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Pastor Gyan Albert"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

FSB Law Consult    
Spintex road, Accra-Ghana 
Dear Sir/Madam. 
My name is Pastor Gyan Albert, the General overseer of Redeemed Mission Church of Christ (R.M.C.C) 
and also a practicing property attorney by profession. I got your contact from your local directory 
during my intensive search for a respectable and God fearing person to assist me claim a Deposit 
worth US$5.7 Million(Five Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars Only)belonging to 
late Apostle Brandon my deceased Client. 
My late client was a 73 years Old American Catholic priest posted to Ghana in the 1970's on a 
Missionary assignment; He lived his remaining life here in Ghana and owned an NGO (Non Governmental 
Organization) that receives Financial Aid (Grant) from the United Nations. I met the catholic 
priest during one of my evangelical campaign, knowing my profession and stand in God's field, he 
offered me a hand of lasting friendship and obliged me the task of being his personal and property 
attorney (lawyer) since 1996 
Unfortunately he died of Asthmatic Attack in 2007 and no one ever came forward to claim his funds 
and properties. The landed properties have since been donated to charity as he mandated me to do so 
for the continuity of his contributions in God's vineyard. He also deposited in a Bank here the sum 
of US$5.7 Million which he intend to donate to Charity homes as he has been doing while alive. 
The Directors of the Bank have issued me a notice as his Personal Attorney that my late clients 
proceeds is over due for claim and they require his next of kin to release the fund to. I have 
tried searching on the Internet to locate any of his relatives abroad on whose account this fund 
can be paid into without success, except you. Brethren I wish to present you as the 
beneficiary/next of kin to my deceased client, I want to assure you that this does not involve any 
risk, since I his Attorney is presenting you as his next of kin, all legal documents will be duly 
procured for safe fund claim. If I do not come up with a next of kin as demanded by the bank, the 
said fund would be confiscated and directed to the Federal Reserve account which will be used 
selfishly and ungodly. 
Here is the sharing ratio; you will get 40% as your share, while I get 50% to establish an 
orphanage home as my client wished while the balance 10% would be set aside for any expenses that 
we may incur while processing this transaction. 
If you can help me, please contact me immediately with the required information listed below: 
Your full names: 
Date of birth/age: 
Contact Address: 
Mobile Phone/fax Number :( for quick and easy communication) 
Please keep this information highly CONFIDENTIAL. Send your reply
Thanks and God bless in anticipation of your quick response.
Yours truly,
Pastor Gyan Albert
FSB Law Consult    
Spintex road, 

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