This email with the subject "Urgent." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 09 Apr 2007 07:19:19 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.
The sender was "Jeff Holt" <email@example.com>, although it may have been spoofed.
Dear Friend, My name is Henry Schot. I work with SNS Bank in the Netherlands (www.snsbank.nl <http://www.snsbank.nl>) as a group head, treasury department. In the discharge of my duty, I stumbled on this domiciliary account that has remained dormant for three good years now with a total sum of Twelve Million United State Dollars in it [$12 Million USD]. On my personal investigation, I discovered that the account holder died in car crash accident with his entire member family who should be the next of kin. I am writing you so that we can work together to remit this amount of money into your own private and personal account. I will present you to my bank as the beneficiary/next of kin to the deceased; hence the depositor is a foreigner and has no trace to be found after several attempts were made. It is simple work, which will take a short while to process,Aside this, bank management will confiscate this amount as unclear effect and send it back to the Netherlands Deposit Insurance Cooperation Account. If I hear from you, I will detail you more about the money and the operational method we can use to effect the remittance of the money directly into your desired/located bank account. I want you to know that this business is for our mutual benefits I have therefore agreed to give you 40% of the total amount while 55% comes to me, set aside 5% for expenses that may occur during the transaction process. I will also use my upper position to make sure that all the process goes successfully without any hitch. I will await your urgent response.Please for security reasons,I want you to reply to my alternative email box: firstname.lastname@example.org Best Regards, Jeff Holt. [Chief Head Treasury Department SNS Bank ,Den Haag Office].