Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: business investment proposal

From: charles paulson <>

This email with the subject "business investment proposal" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 20 Jun 2006 20:43:29 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was charles paulson <>, although it may have been spoofed.

US$15,000,000 IN YOUR COMPANY.
I am pleased to write you in order to inform you of my
good intention to invest or form a joint partnership
business with you. I am one of the directors in
security and exchange commission in charge of payment
of dividends of stock market.
We have investors both local and foreign who deposited
Millions of Dollars in stock market. By virtue of my
position as director incharge of payment of dividend
to investors, I discovered that one of our clients a
(foreigner)who deposited fifteen million dollars with
the commission (stock market) died two years ago and
no records to show that he had a relation or next of
kin to claim this dividends. All effort to trace his
relative proof
Now, we have initiated an arrangement to transfer
Fifteen Million Dollars(US$15,000,000) accrued as
dividends and interest on deposit of Fifteen Million
Dollars in reliable foreigner who is willing and able
to receive this money as a bonafide next of kin, or
relations to the late investor.
We have concluded arrangement to support and prove
that whoever receive this fund is a bonafide relation
or next of kin to the late investor, this is why I
have decided to contact you for assistance to receive
this money (US$15M) and invest it in your company for
a period of one year or more as may be subject to
negotiation. I strongly believe this is an opportunity
for you to increase your capital base of your company.
If this proposal is accepted by you, kindly forward
you honest response to the email address above for
more information and of cause your opinion shall be
welcomed concerning this transaction.
Please treat us urgent and confidential.
Charles Paulson


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