Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419


From: "joseph yinka" <>

This email with the subject "PARTNERSHIP" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 11 Jul 2004 19:16:26 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was "joseph yinka" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

From:DR.JOSEPH YINKA (Contract Award Committee)
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)NNPC
Towers, Kofo
Abayomi,Federal Capital Territory.
Abuja, Nigeria

Forgive my indignation if this message comes to you
asa surprise and if
it might offend you without your prior consent and
writing through this
channel.I am DR.JOSEPH YINKA The Secretary, of the
Contract Award Committee
(CAC) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
 I got your contact through my country's foreign trade
mission after I was
convinced in my mind that you or your company can act
as the beneficiary
of the USD41,500,000.00 (Forty one Million Five
hundred thousand United
States Dollars only) Which we intend to transfer into
a foreign account.
This funds was a residue of the over invoiced contract
bills awarded by
and KADUNA and also the Supply of hard/soft wares,
items, light and heavy duty vehicles, apparels and
other administrative
logistics for the NNPC.
Therefore, we have resolved to go into partnership
with you to transfer
the sum of US$41.5m into your account, by awarding
your company an invented
contract to the tune of US$41.5m. While we must carry
out proper documentation
to ensure that this is 100% risk-free for you and all
the legal requirements
are met. It is however agreed, as the account owner in
this deal to allow
you 20% of the entire sum as compensation, 70% will be
held on trust for
us while 10% will be used to defray any incidental
charges and costs during
the course of the transaction.
This transaction will be successfully concluded within
14 Bank Working days.
If you accord to us your unalloyed and due
cooperation. Be rest assured
that this proposal is 100% risk-free and please, keep
this very confidential,
as we are still civil servants in active service and
are bounded by the
civil service commission acts of Nigeria. This acts
Prohibits Civil Servants
(like us) from owning/operating foreign accounts.
This is the only reason we contacted you and where you
come into
this transaction.Finally,I wish to assure you that all
the machinery and
logistics that will ensure a successful and smooth
transfer have been put
in place. Since we are going to use our connections in
the Federal Ministry
of Finance (FMF) and the
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to effect the immediate
transfer of the funds.
Please endeavor to reply for a more detailed
information.I anticipate your
urgent response.
Thank you and God bless you.
DR.JOSEPH YINKA(Order of the Federal Republic)

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