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

From:  "Ismail Faraidooni" <>
Date:  Mon, 10 Jul 2006 05:28:08 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "AN OFFER OF GOODWILL" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 10 Jul 2006 05:28:08 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Ismail Faraidooni" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

                            AN OFFER OF GOODWILL
Dear Friend,

I am pleased to get across to you for a very urgent and profitable business proposal, I Got your 
e-mail address in Internet while browsing after I decided to contact you and ask for your 
assistance in this urgent matter, requiring trust and confidentiality,

My name is Mr.Ismail Faraidooni. I am the humble Manager of National Bank of Dubai, Al Mizhar 
Branch. I feel positive that might have received this sort of email before, probably sent to you by 
some unscrupulous elements trying hard to impersonate our bank officials here in the United Arab 
Emirates. Well, let me assure you of the originality of the current one you are reading.

During a recent call over of our branch financial books by our Internal Auditors and my goodself, I 
discovered a Fixed Deposit account that was dormant for up to 4 years. The tenured sum in the 
account is a total of Nine Million, Five Hundred and Thirty Eight Thousand United States Dollars 
($9,538,000, 00). The actual principal sum is Nine Million Five Hundred Dollars ($9,500,000), while 
accrued interest over the years amount to Thirty Eight Thousand Dollars ($38,000.00).

The above mentioned Time Deposit Account belongs to one Mr. Neal Walker, a customer now deceased. 
We discovered that a plane crash occurred way back On October 31, 1999. Involving  an Egyptian 
Boeing 767 Flight 990 in the United States. His family including Wife and Daughter were 
unfortunately on board the aircraft too. you can confirm it yourself via the website below:

Under normal banking regulations obtainable throughout the world, a customer at the initial stage 
of completing account opening documentation, is required to provide the name(s) of his /her next of 
kin. This is the norm, because of unforeseen events such as permanent physical disability, or even 
death. In this case, the late Mr. Neal Walker’s next of kin was first, his daughter, and then his 

In his Fixed Deposit Account data, I noticed again, that he prefers online banking correspondence, 
rather than being physically present in the branch. Under normal circumstance, customers send in 
their instruction on or before the maturity period of investments of this nature, but in cases 
whereby there is a delay in receiving such instructions, the bank uses its discretion to roll over 
such investment pending the receipt of an instruction stating otherwise from the customer.

In this case therefore, when Mr. Neal’s “rollover or liquidate my investment instruction” was not 
received by officials in our operations department, the investment was continuously rolled over up 
to the time I noticed its peculiarity. There is a law in the
United Arab Emirates that stipulates remitting any amount that stands as unclaimed after five years 
from the date of demise of a customer, in cases where provision has not been made for a next of kin 
by the account holder.

Such funds are termed as unclaimed funds by the bank to the emirates treasury account. In this 
case, it is not that there isn’t any next kin, but because they are both deceased. The emirates you 
must understand has a peculiar financial system, whereby there is freedom in the transfer of funds, 
tax exemption, and a very liberal system at the way funds are brought into and moved out of the 
country without attracting undue attention from Government regulatory agencies. These it is 
believed can go a long way at attracting foreign capital into the country.

I have taken my time to explain to you the intricacies associated with this transaction, so that 
you may be able to compare notes with what you might have previously received from impersonators. 
And above all, to give you the needed feeling of mutual confidence needed to for us to conclude 
this transaction, that I believe will help both of us achieve financial buoyancy in a very short 
while. This is what I am proposing:

(1) In order for the bank not to transfer the said sum of Nine Million, Five Hundred and Thirty 
Eight Thousand Dollars ($9,538,000.00) as unclaimed funds to the emirates treasury account, the 
above stated funds most be claimed immediately by somebody standing in as late Mr. Neal Walker’s 

(2) The stated sum can only be transferred to a designated account that will be provided by Mr. 
walker’s partner. Full name, address and other details must also be furnished to the bank for ease 
in processing necessary documents. This details you will provide for me to commence anchor the 

(3) The Bank’s Attorney/Legal Secretary shall prepare all necessary documents relating to the 
transfer of ownership. A sworn affidavit empowering you as the next of kin to the deceased and a 
probate administration document shall be served the bank after being duely notarized. This will 
serve as a legal document backing this claim.

(4) You will be required to provide an account and its details to our bank for the said funds to be 
transferred, as you shall then be regarded as the next of kin to the deceased. This information I 
will need you to urgently provide.

(5) Note: that the operations staff charged with effecting the transfer are all my subordinates in 
the branch, while the responsibility of authorizing transactions of this nature falls on my 
shoulder as the branch manager.

I am a meticulous, fair and rational individual when it comes to the area of sharing proceeds. 
Therefore I am willing to offer you 40% of the total sum to be transferred. The remaining 60% shall 
be utilized in-house. I believe this is equitable enough.
Finally, I can assure you that the above proposed transaction is fool proof, considering the fact 
that I am the branch manager who shall authorize the transfer, and again, since we shall ensure 
that we fulfill all the bank’s requirements relating to transactions of this manner.

Therefore I can guarantee you that you shall not be liable to exposure in anyway imaginable. I 
shall need to be able trust you, as much as you will need to do the same about me. Therefore, I 
shall advice you to
kindly reply my email, depicting acceptance in good faith of my proposal.  Upon receipt of your 
reply, I shall furnish you with relevant documents that will help guide and ensure your optimum 
understanding of the above stated transaction. Additionally,

I shall require you to forward to me your telephone and fax numbers for ease of communication.

I am sure that I need not state that the foregoing requires utmost confidentiality.
Thank you.

Awaiting your reply via my personal email.

Ismail Faraidooni

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