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Subject:  .foreign contractors
From:,, <>
Date:  Thu, 17 May 2007 10:26:20 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject ".foreign contractors" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 17 May 2007 10:26:20 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was,, <>, although it may have been spoofed.


Our Ref: NNPC/FGN/ CTN 00015

Dear Sir/Ma, 

My name is Ben, the chairman of contract award committee of Nigeria National 
Petroleum Corporation (N.N.P.C).

I wish to seek your assistance/approval in the transfer of $30 million Dollars into your account.

This fund was the over estimated balance from contracts awarded to foreign contractors. The 
contracts were awarded at the tune of $170 million dollars, but I over invoiced it to the tune of 
$200 million dollars with the view that at the end of the contract, I will inherit the over 
estimated sum of $30million.
Right now, the contracts have been successfully executed and the major contract amount ($170m) has 
been paid to the contractors.
The over estimated sum of USD$30million is what I want to transfer into your private or corporate 

If you consent to this proposal, I shall entrust this $30million into your care as I wish to invest 
my share of the money in any profitable business in your country.
In this regard, I appeal for your co-operate so that this $30million when paid into your account 
would be shared at the ratio of 70% to me and 30% for your assistance.
If you are ready to assist us in this transaction, I shall commence
arrangements and obtain approvals in your name for easy transfer of the funds to your account.

Kindly declare your interest by providing the following:
Mailing address: 
Phone/fax numbers: 
D. O. B.:

Thanks and best regards.

Yours truly,

sena.barr.Prince Ben
Chairman Contract Award Committee

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