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Subject:  FROM: MR. JONATHAN MORGAN
From:  frkrob7za@hotmail.com
Date:  Sat, 13 May 2006 13:42:24 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "FROM: MR. JONATHAN MORGAN" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 13 May 2006 13:42:24 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was frkrob7za@hotmail.com, although it may have been spoofed.

FROM: MR. JONATHAN MORGAN 
TEL: +27-83-341-3330
EMAIL:dr_morgan3za@yahoo.com 
GOOD DAY, 
I am Mr. Jonathan Morgan working in department of fund released order in Nedbank South Africa, East 
Gate Branch, I know the letter might come to you as surprise, but take it like your own deal. 
Mr. IMAN AJI SASMITO, from INDONESIA executed contract through Department of Work and Housing here 
in South Africa, the contract worth of USD12, 550,000.00 Million Dollars, but on the process of 
transferring the money to him, as you know that thousand of people have died after a violent 
earthquake under the sea near northern Indonesia he died with his family in Tsunami disaster that 
occurred recently, we involve you to authenticate this claim. 
Meanwhile, his money has been signed for payment in my office before I will give order to the bank 
for final endorsement of his money. 
Nobody knows what is going on except my assistance and me. This is the man’s information. 
Contract Sum: USD12, 550,000.00 Million Dollars. 
Contract number: FMA/FMF/3-X99/2003. 
Payment Approval Nominal Code: will be given to your upon your response to partake. 
You will act like the beneficiary of this money; I will give you more information about the 
transaction 
I wait for your urgent reply 
Best regards, 
Mr. Jonathan Morgan  
N/B doesn’t forget to include your direct telephone/fax number. FROM: MR. JONATHAN MORGAN. 


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