Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: ..respond to this mail pls

From: Francis White <>

This email with the subject "..respond to this mail pls" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 24 Jul 2007 08:07:20 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was Francis White <>, although it may have been spoofed.

my email :

It is with heartfelt hope that I write to seek your
co-operation and assistance in the context stated
below, I am Mr. Francis White, the personal Assistant
to the late Mr.  Daniel Harold. I got your contact
during my search for a reliable person I could do
business with, though I do not know you but I seek to
ask a favour from you as this will sincerely benefit
the both of us and all parties involved.
My late Boss was an Executive officer of a leading
oil and servicing firm for 10 years and he was
retired on the 28th day of September 2006. After a
month, My Boss and his entire family died on their way
to a Conference in an Automobile crash on the 11th day
of December 2006.

Before his death my Boss had a total sum of
$13,000,000.00(USD) with a company in Europe,
hoping of transferring the funds to his country {United
Kingdom} after his retirement as soon as he
comes back from the conference.

According to the {DEED OF WILL} made be my late Boss,
He wrote {DEED OF WILL} that if anything should happen
to him, That I should make sure I locate any of his
family members.

Since I have been unsuccessful in locating the
relatives for close to a year now, I seek your consent
to present you as the next of kin of the deceased.I
agree to pay you 50% of the fund as the account owner,
50% for me.

Please do provide the following information for the
application processing.
1. Your full name:
2. Contact address:
3. Email:
4. Phone number for verbal communication:
5. Age (Date of Birth):
6. Occupation:

All this information will enable me write an
application to the company on your behalf, and present
you to the company as the real next of kin to my late
All required is your honest cooperation to enable us
see this business successful. I guarantee that this
will be executed under a legitimate arrangement which
will protect you from any breach of the law.

Late Daniel Harold was a very good man and it is not wise for
me to allow his hard earned wealth to be stolen by the
greedy directors of the Company.

Please note that this email is with no intent of getting you
upset in anyway but just a proposal I believe will be of mutual
benefit to both of us.


Thanks and God bless.

Francis White.

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