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Subject:  Business Forum Update
From:  Imran Rodney <lchaguan@inhrr.gob.ve>
Date:  Mon, 01 Aug 2011 21:39:46 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Business Forum Update" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 01 Aug 2011 21:39:46 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was Imran Rodney <lchaguan@inhrr.gob.ve>, although it may have been spoofed.



Dear Sir/Madam,

You need to be a part of this lucrative business, you should not miss out of this, as it is always said, opportunity come but once. Let me explain what this whole business is all about. I would like to let you know that I have something special that you may like to know. There is an opportunity in our National Oil Company to whosoever is interested to invest in the fast moving oil businesses ever. I would deem it necessary to introduce you to this lucrative business opportunity. I'm talking of crude oil trading! This is considered as the most legitimate and fastest money making machinery anyone can setup with less risk because this product cannot be counterfeited.

How would we go about this business?
You need to know this too. Our National Oil Company does not deal directly with the buyers of the crude oil; rather they prefer to issue oil "Lifting license allocations" to individuals/companies who will market the crude oil which they produce. A crude oil "Lifting License" gives the owner the mandate just like  the Lee Oil Company (Suppliers of the crude oil), to locate crude oil buyers and arrange a buy/sale crude oil transaction between the oil company and the crude oil buyers.

The "lifting license" syndrome came into place because the National Oil Company does not deal directly with the buyers of the crude oil; rather they prefer to issue oil "Lifting license allocations" to individuals/companies who will market the crude oil. If you are mandate of a local Oil Company, you are entitled to a $2.00 commission from the oil company on each barrel of crude sold to the buyer and another $1. 00 commission from the buyer. In total, this mandate receives a $3.00 commission on each barrel of crude sold by the oil company.

Please note that the commission rates of $2.00 and $1.00 usually increases in times of crude oil scarcity.

The smallest license allocation/quantity any local oil company can procure from the National Oil Company is for the sale of 500,000 barrels of crude monthly/per transaction. This implies that 500,000 barrels of crude oil will be assigned to the license owner for sale per month and that means the mandate will have  about ($3.00 multiply by 500,000 barrels) which is $1.5 million gross commissions monthly. If one is lucky to secure a bigger allocation that means you will be earning more commissions monthly.

These commissions will be calculated and paid to each person involved at the end of the sales transaction.

Before we will commit into this investment, we will have an agreement sign and notarized by notary public of this Country. You can be a mandate if you want. Kindly get back to me with your contact number so that we can have a more comprehensive dialogue on this matter.

I will be waiting for your feedback today.

Best Regards,
Imran Rodney