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

Subject:  perusal
From:  khanafarzan@universia.com.br
Date:  Sun, 11 Dec 2005 23:00:57 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "perusal" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 11 Dec 2005 23:00:57 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was khanafarzan@universia.com.br, although it may have been spoofed.

Bermuda Commercial Bank Ltd
Mr. Khan Farzan
43 Victoria Street,
Hamilton HM 12
London United Kingdom.

Dear Sir,
I have an urgent and very profitable business Proposition for you that
should be handled with Extreme confidentiality.

On December 31st, 2000 a Foreign Consultant and contractor With the United
Kingdom Railway Corporation Mr. Water Brown by name made a numbered time
Fixed Deposit for twelve calendar months valued at (forty Eight Million,
Seven Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) in my branch here.

Upon maturity I sent a routine notification in Accordance with the Bank
policy to his forwarding Address but got no reply.

After a month we sent a reminder and finally we discovered from his
contract employers United Kingdom
Railway Corporation that Mr. Water Brown died from an automobile accident.

On further investigation, we found out that he died without making a Will
and all attempts to trace his
Next of kin was fruitless. I therefore made further Investigations and
discovered that Mr. Water Brown
Did not declare any next of kin or relations in all His official documents
including his Bank Deposit Paper work in my Bank.

This sum of (forty Eight Million, Seven Hundred Thousand United States
Dollars) has been carefully moved out of my bank to a Financial and
Security Company in Europe for safekeeping.
No one will ever come forward to claim it and According to the Law of my
country, at the expiration of 5 years the money will revert to the
ownership of the State (Government) if nobody applies to claim the fund.

This prompted us to contact you. We want to front you as the next of kin
of our late client thereby making you the legal beneficiary of the sum of
(forty Eight Million, Seven Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) that
is presently in a Financial and Security Company in Europe here.

I contacted you because it is against our code of ethics to own and
operate foreign accounts and your assistance would be needed to claim the
money in the Financial and Security Company in Europe.

We have unanimously agreed that 25% of the entire sum would be for you if
you agree to take part in this profitable transaction, 70% for me while
the remaining 5% would be used to pay back the expenses that may be
incurred during the course of the transaction by both parties after the
fund has been claimed and lodged in your account.

In the event that you are genuinely interested in the transaction, the
following information would be needed from you to expedite action.

1) Your Full Name.

2) Your Residential or Company Address.

3) Your Private Mobile, Telephone and Fax numbers where you can be reached
at all time because this transaction entails constant communication.

The transaction is 100% legal and totally free of risks as all modalities
has been perfected to ensure the hitch free success of the transaction. If
you are interested, send the requested information via email as soon as
possible so that we can proceed immediately.
I await your response urgently.

Kind Regards,
Khan Farzan.




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