This email with the subject "Re: Ghana Commercial Bank" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 06 Jul 2014 18:30:42 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.
The sender was "Larry AGBLEY"<firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
From the desk of: MR. LARRY AGBLEY
Ghana Commercial Bank, Accra, Ghana.
Treasury/Suspense Account Control Dept.
I am Mr. Larry Agbley, The Manager of Suspense Account Control Department of Ghana Commercial Bank, Accra Ghana. There is a transaction I would like you to spare-head on my behalf in my Bank.
I discovered an abandoned cash of US$9.1 Million United States Dollar, belonging to our (Expatriate Customer) who is an Australian Gold Merchant that died with his family in a Plane Crash that happened off the Coast of Abidjan in Ivory Coast, West Africa in Nov 1997 involving Kenya Airways, Boeing 747 Registration No KYN 45-27-04NN. The information contained in the file with our Bank shows that his spouse and his Foreign Partner has the right authority to put claim, but unfortunately he died along with his spouse, but the spouse and the foreign partner names were not mentioned in his record.
Therefore, upon this discovery, I decided to contact you in order to collaborate with you as the Foreign Partner to the deceased so that these funds can be released and transfer to the account you will be nominated for this transaction.
Thereafter, we will have favourable sharing, please remember that this transaction is strictly out of telephone communication, I will appreciate if you can let us handle it through email or fax until our bank approve our claim.
Your cooperation with me we enable us to achieve our mutual objective. I will educate you on how the transaction will proceed upon your accept of my proposal. I will guide you through the questions our bank may ask you during the claim process.
Thanks for your cooperation in anticipation.
Mr. Larry Agbley
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