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From:  "International Settlement" <>
Date:  Thu, 10 Aug 2006 08:01:08 -0700
Bank For International Settlement Biz Organization (B.I.S.B.O)
Bank for International Settlement Lagos, Nigeria
Website: (Head Office: Switzerland)
Bank email:
Customer service email:
Customer service line: ( +234 80 2201 3152)
Date: 10- Aug-2006

My Dear,
I deem it necessary to contact you through your contact email address we got from the US Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in respect of your overdue outstanding payment, which has been lying wasted at the Debt Reconciliation Committee (D.R.C) before it was brought to our bank yesterday.

However, it is my position to inform you that our Organization (B.I.S.B.O) have been assigned by the Debt Reconciliation Committee (D.R.C) to approve payment to whom their irregularities has been waved and the payment has been overdue which you happens to fall in the short list.

Therefore, kindly give me a call on this number for more information and clarification: +234 80 2201 3152 As it may interest you to know, during the Dept Reconciliation Committee investigation and auditing in this Country, their department came across the sum of 10 Million USD that belong to a deceased person, and your name and email address were found as the Next of Kin to the deceased person who had died in a Plane Crash in France in 2002, and the fund was deposited as a Contract Payment Approved Fund (C.P. A.F).

In view of the above, you are hereby advice to expedite action immediately upon the receipt of this message by obliging me in your esteem reply with the following information:

1. Direct Telephone and fax numbers
2. Personal email address
3. Home/Office telephone and fax numbers
4. Home or Office mailing address
5. A copy of ID or Driver's license

I hereby humbly inform you that I have only 10 days to complete this payment and submit the manuscript to the Debt Reconciliation Committee (D.R.C) unless you wish your fund to be revoked by the above department.

Finally as you can see now that your payment file is in our possession, kindly disregard all emails, fax or calls from anyone until you conclude with our organization. Meanwhile all the whole arrangement to put claim over this fund as the bonafide next of kin to the deceased has been conducted, and we will do everything our power to help you get this fund in your possession successfully, while you be entitled to 65% of the total sum as gratification, while 35% will be for me and my partners for helping you. Well, as it may interest you to know once again, we've conducted such similar transaction before,and i will not fail to inform you that this transaction is 100% risk free, and it has to be CONFIDENTIAL.

We urge you to kindly reply all your mails on this email addresses: ( or ( Your payment can be paid in Dollar, Euro or Pound Sterling through Wire Transfer (W.T), Telegraphic Transfer (T.T) or Diplomatic immunity, by which your total fund will be packaged in a Diplomatic box and shall be delivered to you at your doorstep. While thanking you for your kind gesture and looking forward to hear from you in due course being the culmination of this excursion, I remain.

Sincerely Yours,
Mr. Stelley Damascus
Exchange Control Officer
Lagos, Nigeria (West Africa)
Tel: +234 80 2201 3152

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What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "A NEXT OF KIN PAYMENT" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 10 Aug 2006 08:01:08 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam Email. The sender shows as "International Settlement" <>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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