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Subject:  Attention Lucky Email User
From:  "World Bank Assisted Program." <info@bank.org>
Date:  Mon, 04 Jul 2011 19:19:39 -0700
Category:  Generic
World Bank Assisted Program
Directorate of International Payment
World Bank united kingdom.

Attention Lucky Email User,

It is to bring to your notice that the Bank Draft of $850 000 Dollars has 
been awarded to you by the WORLD BANK in the on-going WORLD BANK POVERTY 
ERADICATION PROGRAMME, I Mrs. Katethrine .E. Guggenheim the Sector 
Coordinator, Social Development officer, signed the project and deposited 
with FedEx Express Courier Nigeria Branch.

What you have to do now is to contact the FedEx Courier Service as soon as 
possible to know when they will deliver your package to you because of the
expiring date

contact Nelson Adams 
E-mail: fedexdeliverydeptng@live.com
PHONE: +2347053169054

N.B: I have paid them for the delivery,
The only money you will send to the FedEx Courier Service to deliver your 
Draft direct to your postal Address in your country is $200.00 US Dollars
only being Security Keeping Fee of the Courier Company so far. Again, don't 
be deceived by anybody to pay any other money except $200.00 US
Dollars. I would have paid that but they said no because they don't know when 
you will contact them and in case of demurrage.You have to contact
the FedEx Courier Service now for the delivery of your Draft with this 
information bellow 

(1) your full name:...
(2) Your home address...
(3) Mobile number:....
(4) Occupation......
(5) country........

Let me repeat again, try to contact them as soon as you receive this mail to 
avoid any further delay and remember to pay them their Security Keeping
fee of $200.00 US Dollars for their immediate action

Yours Sincerly
Mrs. Katethrine .E. Guggenheim


World Bank Assisted Program Directorate of International Payment World Bank united kingdom. Attention Lucky Email User, It is to bring to your notice that the Bank Draft of $850 000 Dollars has been awarded to you by the WORLD BANK in the on-going WORLD BANK POVERTY ERADICATION PROGRAMME, I Mrs. Katethrine .E. Guggenheim the Sector Coordinator, Social Development officer, signed the project and deposited with FedEx Express Courier Nigeria Branch. What you have to do now is to contact the FedEx Courier Service as soon as possible to know when they will deliver your package to you because of the expiring date contact Nelson Adams E-mail: fedexdeliverydeptng@live.com PHONE: +2347053169054 N.B: I have paid them for the delivery, The only money you will send to the FedEx Courier Service to deliver your Draft direct to your postal Address in your country is $200.00 US Dollars only being Security Keeping Fee of the Courier Company so far. Again, don't be deceived by anybody to pay any other money except $200.00 US Dollars. I would have paid that but they said no because they don't know when you will contact them and in case of demurrage.You have to contact the FedEx Courier Service now for the delivery of your Draft with this information bellow (1) your full name:... (2) Your home address... (3) Mobile number:.... (4) Occupation...... (5) country........ Let me repeat again, try to contact them as soon as you receive this mail to avoid any further delay and remember to pay them their Security Keeping fee of $200.00 US Dollars for their immediate action Yours Sincerly Mrs. Katethrine .E. Guggenheim

What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "Attention Lucky Email User" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 04 Jul 2011 19:19:39 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "World Bank Assisted Program." <info@bank.org>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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