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

From:  Mrs Patricia Khalid Ibn Saqr Al Qasseemi <>
Date:  Mon, 17 Jul 2006 04:01:40 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "VERY URGENT REPLY" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 17 Jul 2006 04:01:40 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was Mrs Patricia Khalid Ibn Saqr Al Qasseemi <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Greetings !!!

I was privileged to come across your contact through my personal check on your country’s business 
and investment portal and I decided that I should establish a communication with you to acquiring 
some information on lucrative investment or establishment in your country.

Be it as it may, I will appreciate if you can be of good assistance to me as I am willing to invest 
my money  in your country provided I will have a good partner or investor as well fund manager who 
will guild on this business framework and as thus, share with me the dividend in any venture which 
we have considered lucrative to invest in and I have not managed any business before but have 
always dreamt of running my own establishment hence my desire to invest in your country in blue 
chip ventures, production or real estate.

Further to this, I will like to give you a little more information about me, I am an American but 
married into the Sharjah Royal Family here in Sharjah United Arab Emirate, but at the moment 
undergoing a divorce suit with my husband through the sharia court and hopefully will get this 
matter over within a couple of weeks and that is why I want to calve a niche for myself to be able 
to continue with my life and make my life meaningful when I leave my husband’s family. The funds I 
intend to invest with you are currently in a UAE bank here as was deposited by my late father who 
worked before he died as a chemical engineer in the Saudi Oil Corporation ARAMCO and later the 
Emirate National Oil Corporation ENOC.

My reason of trying to establish my own business is necessitated by the advent of my divorce suit 
with my husband and according to the sharjah marital law here, if my husband family gets any 
knowledge of the funds in the bank, they will take possession of the funds since my father used my 
name as the next of kin.

It is my wish to handle this matter privately under the most cautious legal arrangement to get the 
funds into your possession before we can commence any trade deal and therefore demand that you 
kindly give me a brief information about you with pictures, contact address and telephone numbers 
incase I want to call you .
the money in question (US$9,750,000) was deposited into the bank about two years back before my 
father died of heart failure and ever since his death, my relationship with my husband has gone bad 
hence my decision to file for the divorce amongst other reasons which I shall let you know.
A friend of mine advised that what we shall do is to portray you as an investor who has given that 
money to my father before he died for a crude oil lifting from the Saudi oil corporation but the 
deal was thwarted due the sudden death of my father.
By this strategy, hire the services of a lawyer here who will secure a letter of administration 
notarized by the high court with a sworn affidavit of change of ownership and application to the 
bank for the release of the funds to you under the emirate inheritance law. This logistics is to 
get the funds transferred to you as the bonafide owner of the funds to avoid any implications that 
will not permit me as being married to the royal family to possess such chattel or estate of my 
late father in conformity with the sharia marital law.
So I hope you understand very well, the strategies and where you don’t quite comprehend, do ask me 
for more clarifications and for your involvement I will pay you 15% of the total money for your 
consultancy and then we can invest the rest still under your supervision. Pls reply this mail at
Mrs. Patricia Khalid ibn Saqr al Qasseemi  

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