The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Date:  Tue, 28 Dec 2010 00:28:05 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "FBI LATEST UPDATE REGARDING YOUR FUND" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 28 Dec 2010 00:28:05 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION FBI.WASHINGTON DC."<>, although it may have been spoofed.

NW WASHINGTON, DC 20535, 0001.
Attn: Beneficiary
We sincerely apologize for sending you this sensitive information via e-mail instead of a certified mail, phone call or a face-to-face conversation, it is due to the urgency and importance of the security information involve. In the quest to cushion the effect of the global financial crisis, American government through the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Washington, DC and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (ic3) has signed an agreement with Nigeria for an immediate release of all overdue funds presently logged in their treasury and ensure it is disbursed to the rightful beneficiaries in any part of the world. If you the beneficiary would adhere to this notification it will help stabilize the various economies of the world and reduce the effect of this depressing recession.
Prior to this agreement our team of security experts has swung into action for transparency and accountability of this periodic project. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (Global Intelligence, Cyber Division) saddled with the responsibility of monitoring activities going on over the internet have discovered your name in the list of unpaid contractors and it might interest you to know that we have conducted a comprehensive investigation on this discovery as stipulated on our protocol of operation and have confirmed that the inheritance fund was endorsed in your favor and it is 100% genuine and hitch free from all facets. You have the lawful right to contact the appropriate authority to claim your payment without further delay.
Further findings revealed that some corrupt ex- government officials are conniving with some officials of Nigeria Federal Ministry of Finance to change your account and transfer your inheritance funds From The Bank in Malaysia RHB Bank to a strange account in Canada through a man by the name Mr. Andrew Svenkeson who purported to be your cousin, he presented some necessary documentations evidencing your claim purported to have been signed by you for to the release of your contract fund valued USD $8,300,000.00 (Eight Million Three hundred thousand United States dollars).
Mr. Andrew Svenkeson bank details:
Scotia Bank
314 Harwood ave. s unit
Hpo5 Ajax, ont. l1s 2ji, Canada.
Account Number: 321020072923
Account Name: Andrew Francis Svenkeson
As a matter of urgency, you are requested to contact the Head Of Telex Dept of RHB Bank Kuala Lumpur to confirm that Mr. Andrew Francis Svenkeson is your true representative, so that RHB Bank Kuala Lumpur will disburse the inheritance fund to the bank account above and update their payment record but if this Mr. Andrew Francis Svenkeson is not your cousin/representative ensure you send a disclaimer to the Head Of Telex Dept of RHB Bank and instruct him to remit your fund to you without delay through an Online transfer which is the most secured way to receive fund of such magnitude. Below is the email address of the RHB Bank Kuala Lumpur.
Name: Sir James Connor
Head Of Telex Dept
RHB Bank Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
We advise that you go ahead in dealing with the RHB Bank with the address above and be assured that we are monitoring all their activities as well as your correspondence at all level. If you are presently dealing with any financial institution(s) or person(s) claiming to have relevance to the payment of your overdue funds out-side the above financial institution you are warned in your own interest to stop further communication.
Yours Faithfully,
Agent Shawn Henry,
Assistant Director, FBI Cyber Division.

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