The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

From:  Dr Mohamed Amin <>
Date:  Sat, 03 Dec 2011 03:23:37 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "CORPORATE ANNEX OFFICE" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 03 Dec 2011 03:23:37 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Dr Mohamed Amin <>, although it may have been spoofed.


Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
Attn; Sir
I AM Dr Mohamed Amin the GED, Corporate Services, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation [NNPC]. 
My colleagues have mandated me to transfer the sum of US$88 Millions recovered from an 
over-invoiced contracts involving the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation[NNPC] into several 
private account in Europe and United States. A total sum of US$75,500,000.00 has been transferred 
before the emergence of 

this new present Civilian Administration,leaving the balance of US$12,500,000.00 which we now have 
access to following the failure of our predecessors to complete the transfer before they bowed out 
of office leaving us with this golden opportunity to transfer it for our benefit since we may soon 
be laid off because of this present civilian dispensation as a result of take over on the 29th of 
May, 2011 by new President-elect. It is routinely for every administration to lay off incumbent 
officials here in Nigeria and replace with his own associates.
I have made proper arrangement/documentation to transfer the balance of US$12,500,000.00) which is 
retained in a coded account of the NNPC with a Bank here in Nigeria. We are soliciting that you 
help us to receive the fund in trust. We cannot complete this transaction smoothly without the 
participation of a foreign partner who would provide an account where the funds could be lodged. 
Since it is a contract payment,the funds must be remitted to a foreign account. Also people in such 
position are not permitted by the Nigerian Civil Service law to own or operate foreign accounts 
while still in service. The remittance of the funds requires little documentation that would be 
completed as soon as you provide us with a secured bank account where you may wish to receive the 
money. I can conviniently assure you that 
all modalites have been put in place for a smooth transaction that is absolutely risk-free as long 
as you give us maximum cooperation to make this a success.
There is no risk involved on your part in this transaction since my colleagues and I have covered 
this transaction with adequate contract and external credit documents from the beginning. What we 
require from you now by email are viz: (i) A reliable Bank Account (presumably an empty bank 
account, if available). {ii} A named beneficiary of the account (i.e. personal or company's 
account. {iii} Name and address of Company that stands as Funds Beneficiary. (iv) Private 
tel/mobile phone Number.
TAKE AFTER THE TRANSFER TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT? Also we should like to invest our own share of the 
money in investment projects: Real Estate Properties, Tourism, Hotel business in your country. 
Please reply urgently by e-mail as we expect that the transaction will not take more than ten 
working days. And please note that this transaction must be TOP SECRET & CONFIDENTIAL. 
Best Regards,

Dr Mohamed Amin 

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