This email with the subject "URGENT BUSINESS FROM HARRY" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 08 Feb 2006 23:47:07 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.
The sender was <firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
URGENT BUSINESS FROM HARRY I am Harry Jon, Am working with a Security company here in Amsterdam the Netherlands (Holland) as vaultâs inspector, few weeks ago, while taking inventories of the items in our vault, to my surprise I came across a metallic box which had been left there for a long period of time. I was able to open the box only to discover that the box contained hundred bills of United States Dollars which amount to 15 million USD as being indicated on the certificate of ownership that I saw inside the box. Right now as I am writing to you, the said box is still in the vault unclaimed. As at this moment, I am the only one who knows about the content of this box, as the box was originally deposited with the company as a none inspected consignment containing family valuables, I humbly seek your assistance for the claim of this box as the owner; please do let me know if you are willing for this proposal, so that I will immediately make the change of the ownership to your name before the onward claims. Our sharing ratio will be 70/30, I want to assure you that this transaction is risk free and I would like you to keep everything confidential until we succeeded in bringing the box out. For more inquiries feel free to ask, via email; ââââââ, Tel: âââââ, Fax: âââââââ.. Please always bear in mind that this suggestion is free from risk, and I have been making effort to see that my dream comes true. Hoping to hearing from you soon, for security reasons, until we establish the trust and work with one accord because that is where I put all my life hope to become a public figure, I believe, that was the way God wanted to change my life after years of suffering with the company. Contact me with the above via e-mail email@example.com Remain bless, till I hear from you. Mr. Harry Jon.