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Subject:  Contact FedEx for The Delivery Of your package
From:  "Ahmed Sule"<>
Date:  Wed, 08 Dec 2010 11:09:13 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Contact FedEx for The Delivery Of your package" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 08 Dec 2010 11:09:13 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Ahmed Sule"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Dear Beneficiary,
Your package worth the sum of $1.500,000.00 USD  (One Million Five Hundred Thousand United State 
Dollars Sterling  in a Certified Bank Draft is in our office ready for delivery,  it was given to 
us by Miss Marissa Tonsk (Head Consultant) of the Microsoft Corporation United Kingdom saying that 
it was won by your e-mail address in their on going Microsoft Online Sweepstakes 2010 in conjuction 
with Oil & Gas Ltd. She is here in Republic Du Benin for a three (3) months Surveying Project as 
she works with a consultant firm in West Africa.We are sending you this email because your package 
has been registered on a Special Order.
What you have to do now, is to contact our Delivery Department for immediate dispatch of your 
package to  your resident address. Note that as soon as our Delivery Team confirms your 
information, it will take only 2{Two} working days (48 hours) for your package to arrive it's 
designated destination.You are advised to contact our Head Dispatch Officer Mark Lugard for your 
parcel delivery to your house address. Please provide him with your personal details listed below:
Full Name:.....
House Address:.....
Telephone Number:.....
FedEx Express ?Courier Company West-Africa
Mr.Mark Lugard {Head Dispatch Officer}
Telephone Number: +229-999 182 66
Note that, you will be responsible to pay for your parcel security keeping fees of $105.00 USD 
because Miss Marissa Tonsk has only paid for your parcel delivery fees.
Best Regards,
Barr Ahmed Sule.

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