Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: Your Pending Payment

From: "J P" <>

This email with the subject "Your Pending Payment" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 02 Aug 2005 19:35:41 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was "J P" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

In Conjunction with the International Monetary Fund

TEL: 234-8023466815

Dear sir.

I am Rev. Father J. P. Williams, a senior staff with the World Bank fact finding & special duties 
office. I am writing you this letter because cool penny is better than millions of dollars. It is 
better for one to live and die 
poor honest man than a rich dishonest one.

I and the chief security officer (CSO) of this organization have arranged with an officer in 
computer section engineer Peter Uba to bring out part of your total pending payment sum amounting 
to US$10 million. Why we did this is because according to information gathered from the 
bank’s/security computer, you have been waiting for a long time to receive your money 
without success. As I found out that you have almost met all the statutory requirements in respect 
of your pending payment, your problem is that of interest groups. A lot of people are interested in 
your payment and those people are merely doing paper works with you and that explains why you 
receive fax and phone messages from different people everyday. 

Also we found out that some of the officials of the parastatals have been extorting a lot of money 
from you with the pretext of helping you receive your money. I can assure you that this may last 
for years yet nothing happens if you do not do away with those officers that you call your 
partners. And for security reasons do not tell anybody that you have your money until you receive 
cash at your door step.

The money is in a security-proof box weighing 75kg. Yesterday we went to four courier companies to 
make arrangements on how to ship them by courier to you. Dhl, ems, FedEx, ups all said that they 
must open the boxes for inspection by the customs before shipment. This is something we want to 
avoid because the box is padded with synthetic nylon and to open it, you have to cut the pad before 
you will meet the button that you will press to open the dial code-lock. There is no way you can 
open the box and be able to close it again because it was padded with machine. We told the courier 
services that the box contained film materials and when open will spoil the materials. We did not 
declare money because courier does not 
carry money.

Today a friend of mine who is diplomat disclosed to me that there is a security courier service 
they use to send diplomatic materials and information from one country to another. It has 
diplomatic immunity and consignment cannot be checked by any customs anywhere in the world. I have 
met the officials of the security courier service and concluded shipping arrangement with them, 
which they will commence as soon as i have your go ahead order.

The diplomat will help me so we do not have any problem. We have concluded that you must donate 
Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars (US$500,000.00) to charity here in Nigeria as soon as 
you receive your money. To this effect, you will send us a promissory note for Five Hundred 
Thousand United States dollars (US$500,000.00) along with your address for sending the box by 

Please maintain topmost secrecy as it may cause a lot of problems if found out that we are using 
this way to help you. Do not ever tell anybody about this until you have your money. I want to help 
you because something in me is telling me that you are an honest person. When you conclude this and 
you send our promise, we will help to ship the final part of your money to you.

God be with us as we wait for your reply. Please do not fail to call.
Yours faithfully, 

TEL: 234-8023466815


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