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

Subject:  Good day to you !
From:  <>
Date:  Mon, 30 Jan 2006 01:56:42 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Good day to you !" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 30 Jan 2006 01:56:42 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was <>, although it may have been spoofed.

I am Mr. Heyman Hoek, the Manager of Delivery/Operations at the Uniglobe
Security Company here in Europe. Our firm is a private Security Company of
high repute with years of outstanding service to the people of Africa, Asia
and America especially top Government Officials and former Military Leaders.
I have resolved to contact you through this medium based on business
proposal that will be of mutual benefit to both of us.  
I have not discussed this transaction with anybody because it is of top
secret. To be explicit and straight to the point, some time early 1997, a
reputable client of ours deposited a Consignment in our Company's Vault for
safekeeping. And since then our client has failed to come forward to claim
his Consignment, which has accumulated a considerable amount of money in
demurrage. Consequently, in our effort to contact this client to redeem the
demurrage, which his consignment had accumulated, we discovered that our
client was the former President of the Federal Republic of Zaire, who died
of illness after he was dethroned in the same year the Consignment was
entrusted into our care. Since the death of our client President Mobutu
Sesesekou, none of his benefactors has come forward to claim the Consignment
with us, which means that none of his relatives or aids had any knowledge of
this Consignment. Out of curiosity I decided to secretly check the box that
our client deposited in our Vault. To my surprise I discovered that the two
boxes that were registered as treasures by our client actually contained a
considerable amount of money in United States Dollars amounting to about
US$25.5million US Dollar. Since this development I have been nursing plans
secretly. I also found out from enquiries and the foreign media that our
late client siphoned a lot of money from his Country while he was in Office
as Head of State. 
It is my conviction that the Consignment in our Vault was part of the money
that our client siphoned and now that he is dead there is no trace to this
money in our care even to those in his Swiss accounts that were frozen. I am
now soliciting your noble assistance to assist me in transferring this money
to your Country for immediate investment with your assistance. I have also
decided that you will generously be entitled to a certain percentage of the
total amount as i would not want to be greedy about this money. Upon my
receipt of your reply confirming your willingness to assist me in this
transaction, I will immediately arrange and transfer all the rights of
ownership of this Consignment to your name to facilitate your easy clearance
and transfer of the complete funds to your Country for onwards investment. 
 This transaction is risk free. Please maintain absolute confidentiality on
this matter. So if you know you can assist me then forward to me immediately
the following information’s.
I await your most prompt response

Yours faithfully
Mr. Heyman Hoek 

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