The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

From:  Smith Jerry Ford <>
Date:  Tue, 25 Jul 2006 05:08:57 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "URGENT NEED" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 25 Jul 2006 05:08:57 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Smith Jerry Ford <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Mr. Smith Jerry Ford

In appreciation of your esteemed contact received trough a reliable source and the choiceof your 
country which have a stable and strong economy. I wish to introduce myself to you.
My name is Mr. Smith Jerry Ford, the stepson of Mr. Terry Ford of Zimbabwe.
During the current crisis against the white farmers of Zimbabwe by the supporters of President 
Robert Mugabe to claim all the white owned farms in our country, he ordered all the white farmers 
to surrender their farms to his sister, party members and loyalists.

Mr. Terry Ford, my father was one of the farmers in the country and knowing that he did not support 
the president's political ideology; the president's loyalist invaded my father's farms on March 
18th 2002 and burnt down everything, killed him (My father) and confiscated all his investment and 
properties. Before this ugly incident, my Mother and Terry had already visited Spain and deposited 
the sum of Forty-six million dollars (US$46.m) in the safe vault a security and financial company 
in Madrid, Spain. This action was taken because Mr. Terry Ford growing tension on the farm issue 
although he never anticipated the tragedy that brought his brutal death. At the time he deposited 
the consignment, the actual content was not disclosed to the financial company officials, instead, 
it was deposited as a family Treasure / Valuables? Valued for the real content in the consignment.

After the bloody incident, we all had to escape to Spain for safety of our lives. On getting to 
Barcelona, Spain, where my mother and I having been living as a political refugees.
I am therefore seeking your assistance as a trustworthy person, in moving this fund out for safe 
banking and profitable investments in your country. I contacted you because I cannot invest this 
fund in Spain due to my status here as a political refugee, and I wouldn't want to take a risk 
because this funds is all that I and my mother is depending upon for the rest of our lives. We want 
to be prudent with these funds.

My mother and I are seriously looking forward to a trusted person that will assist us with the 
convenient and legal transfer of funds out of Spain. If you accept my proposition to transfer these 
funds to your country, we will offer you twenty-five percent (25%) of the total sum, and five 
percent (5%) will beset aside to cover any expenses incurred during this transaction. Seventy 
percent (70%) will be used for investment into equity shares, in your company or any profitable 
investment in your country under your supervision.

We would appreciate your confidentiality and honest in our correspondence. Your immediate response 
will highly appreciate. You can always contact me with the above email address, or telephone 
numbers so that we can arrange to have a meeting to conclude this transaction as soon as possible 
in Madrid or Barcelona. I will be looking forward to hearing from you soonest. You can visit this 
links. farmer's dog rescued-March19, 2002

Yours faithfully,
Smith Jerry Ford

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