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Subject:  WAITING TO HEAR FROM YOU
From:  paul matins <paulmatinsxx_xx@yahoo.com>
Date:  Sun, 13 Aug 2006 18:28:45 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "WAITING TO HEAR FROM YOU" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 13 Aug 2006 18:28:45 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was paul matins <paulmatinsxx_xx@yahoo.com>, although it may have been spoofed.


From: "Mr. Paul Matins" paulmatinsxxx_xxx@yahoo.com
Reply-To: paulmatinsxxx_xxx@yahoo.com
Date: Sun,14 08 2006
Subject: WAITING TO HEAR FROM YOU 
AN OFFER OF GOODWILL
Dear Friend, 
I am pleased to get across to you for a very urgent
and
profitable 
business proposal, I Got your e-mail address in
Internet
while browsing 
after I decided to contact you and ask for your
assistance
in this 
urgent 
matter, requiring trust and confidentiality, My name
is
Mr.Ismail 
Faraidooni. I am the humble Manager of First Bank of
Nigeria, Kaduna 
Branch. 
I feel positive that might have received this sort of
email
before, 
probably sent to you by some unscrupulous elements
trying
hard to 
impersonate our bank officials here in the Nigeria.
Well,
let me assure 
you of 
the originality of the current one you are reading. 
During a recent call over of our branch financial
books by
our Internal 
Auditors and my goodself, I discovered a Fixed Deposit
account that was 
dormant for up to 4 years. The tenured sum in the
account is
a total of 
Nine Million, Five Hundred and Thirty Eight Thousand
United
States 
Dollars ($9,538,000, 00). The actual principal sum is
Nine
Million Five 
Hundred Dollars ($9,500,000), while accrued interest
over
the years 
amount 
to Thirty Eight Thousand Dollars ($38,000.00). 
The above mentioned Time Deposit Account belongs to
one Mr.
Neal 
Walker, a customer now deceased. We discovered that a
plane
crash 
occurred 
way back On October 31, 1999. Involving an Egyptian
Boeing
767 Flight 
990 
in the United States. His family including Wife and
Daughter
were 
unfortunately on board the aircraft too. you can
confirm it
yourself 
via the
website below:
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/1999/11/01/iran/main49778.shtml
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/1999/11/01/iran/main49778.shtml
Under 
normal banking regulations obtainable throughout the
world, a 
customer at the initial stage of completing account
opening 
ocumentation, 
is required to provide the name(s) of his /her next of
kin.
This is the 
norm, because of unforeseen events such as permanent
physical 
disability, or even death. In this case, the late Mr.
Neal
Walker's 
next of kin 
was first, his daughter, and then his wife. 
In his Fixed Deposit Account data, I noticed again,
that he
prefers 
online banking correspondence, rather than being
physically
present in 
the 
branch. Under normal circumstance, customers send in
their
instruction on or before the maturity period of
investments
of this 
nature, but in cases whereby there is a delay in
receiving
such 
instructions, the bank uses its discretion to roll
over such
investment
pending the receipt of an instruction stating
otherwise from
the 
customer. 
In this case therefore, when Mr. Neal's  rollover or
liquidate my 
investment instruction" was not received by officials
in our
operations 
department, the investment was continuously rolled
over up
to the time
I noticed its peculiarity. There is a law in the
Nigeria
that 
stipulates remitting any amount that stands as
unclaimed
after five 
years from 
the date of demise of a customer, in cases where
provision has not been made for a next of kin by the
account
holder. 
Such funds are termed as unclaimed funds by the bank
to the
Nigerian 
treasury account. In this case, it is not that there
isn't
any next 
kin, but because they are both deceased. The Nigerian
you
must 
understand has a peculiar financial system, whereby
there is
freedom in 
the 
transfer of funds, tax exemption, and a very liberal
system
at the way 
funds are brought into and moved out of the country
without
attracting undue attention from Government regulatory
agencies. These 
it is believed can go a long way at attracting foreign
capital into the 
country. 
I have taken my time to explain to you the intricacies
associated with 
this transaction, so that you may be able to compare
notes
with what 
you might have previously received from impersonators.
And
above all,
to give you the needed feeling of mutual confidence
needed
to for us to 
conclude this transaction, that I believe will help
both of
us achieve 
financial buoyancy in a very short while. This is what
I am
proposing: 
(1) In order for the bank not to transfer the said sum
of
Nine Million, 
Five Hundred and Thirty Eight Thousand Dollars
($9,538,000.00) as 
unclaimed funds to the Nigerian treasury account, the
above
stated 
funds 
most be claimed immediately by somebody standing in as
late Mr. Neal Walker's partner. 
(2) The stated sum can only be transferred to a
walker's
partner. Full 
name, address and other details must also be furnished
to
the bank for 
ease in processing necessary documents. This details
you
will
provide for me to commence anchor the transaction. 
(3) The Bank's Attorney/Legal Secretary shall prepare
all
necessary 
documents relating to the transfer of ownership. A
sworn
affidavit 
empowering you as the next of kin to the deceased and
a
probate
administration document shall be served the bank after
being
duely 
notarized. This will serve as a legal document backing
this
claim. 
(5) You will be required to provide an account and its
details to our 
bank for the said funds to be transferred, as you
shall then
be 
regarded 
as the next of kin to the deceased. This information I
will
need you to 
urgently provide. 
(6) Note: that the operations staff charged with
effecting
the transfer 
are all my subordinates in the branch, while the
responsibility of 
authorizing transactions of this nature falls on my
shoulder
as
the branch manager. 
I am a meticulous, fair and rational individual whenit
comes
to the 
area of sharing proceeds. Therefore I am willing to
offer
you 40% of 
the 
total sum to be transferred. The remaining 60% shall
be
utilized
in-house. I believe this is equitable enough. Finally,
I can
assure you 
that the above proposed transaction is fool proof,
considering the fact 
that I am the branch manager who shall authorize the
transfer, and 
again, since we shall ensure that we fulfill all the
bank's 
requirements 
relating to transactions of this manner. 
Therefore I can guarantee you that you shall not be
liable
to exposure 
in anyway imaginable. I shall need to be able trust
you, as
much as you 
will need to do the same about me. Therefore, I shall
advice
you to 
kindly reply my email, depicting acceptance in good
faith of
my 
proposal. Upon receipt of your reply, I shall furnish
you
with relevant 
documents that will help guide and ensure your optimum
understanding of 
the 
above stated transaction. Additionally, I shall
require you to forward to me your telephone and fax
numbers
for ease of 
communication. I am sure that I need not state that
the
foregoing
requires utmost confidentiality. 
Thank you.
Awaiting your reply via my personal email.

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