Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: Important Message

From: Keith <>

This email with the subject "Important Message" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 28 Feb 2012 01:40:53 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was Keith <>, although it may have been spoofed.


I agree the message came to you accidentally. I have a friend (Damian Riley), who work in 
Santanderin UK. He normally manages my accounts in the Bank and that is where I know him personally.

It has reached 7th times I have written to him without a reply(I just did), I called his line: it 
is at present offline. I hope he traveled.

I am a solicitor and have a group of companies based in UAE. I have Billionaires and millionaires 
are my clients that proposes for a legal investigation on a particular properties/contracts. I 
believe you will take this letter as confidential. A transfer of 5Omillion was send into my account 
last week, which I need to wire directly to UK account for a deposit of a Commercial Property 

My bank insisted I should use David's old account to receive the money since I have transferred to 
it before.

The new account he gave me cannot be used - they said at least 1 transaction should have entered my 
account from the new one David gave me.

So, I have been writing a letter since last Monday to him to furnish the old account so bank would 
allow the transfer to be made - I have no response.

My bank here insisted at least a minimum of a million transfer from a NEW account to my account 
before transferring the 5Omillion.

I am entitled to 20% of a capital value in any business I executed. I usually give Paul 5% of a 
total capital value in a project. I am transferring a total sum of 2OOmillion.

Anyway, should you have interest in furnishing your account to receive the initial deposit - You 
will be given 10million in ONLY the initial deposit of the said funds.
Meanwhile, please let me have your name, address and company.

I hope this message is well understood.

Best Regards,
Keith Richards.