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Subject:  Your Help Is Needed
From:  Mr. Benjamin Salako <>
Date:  Mon, 05 Jun 2006 06:59:45 -0700 

For your assistance please. We write to solicit for your assistance for this transaction believing 
that you will treat this with utmost  confidence,and excuse me for the embarrassment this letter 
might cause you as we have not met or known each other before.

I have the mandate of my colleagues in my office to solicit for your assistance for a business we 
want to execute with you.

My ministry, Federal Minisstry of works and housing (FMWH) awarded a contract of (US$ 
115,800,000.00) to a foreign firm. and this is just one of the numerous awarded contracts.


I and other members of my department Contract Award Committee (CAC),What we are about to receive 
now, is a promised cash gift from the contractor whom we have helped during the process of 
obtaining the contracts. And it might also interest you to know that the original contractors, who 
executed the contract, have been paid their contract amount on completion of the contract.

On our part, all modalities had been worked out in ensuring a smooth conclusion of the transfer to 
you within the next twenty one days. All I want from you is your details to enable these foreign 
contractors forward the cash gift to you on our behalf, because as government officials we 
cannot collect these cash gift directly from him, neither are we allowed by law to operate/run a 
foreign accounts.

In fact this is why I am writing you this letter seeking for your assistance.

We have generally agreed to compensate you with 10% of the total amount that will be sent to you we 
are  mapping out ideals for investment into a foreign capital market, you can still on your own 
help us invest it on a low risk venture if you can come up with one of our interest.

If you are trustworthy and can assist me in receiving these cash gift, I will like you to provide 
immediately to me, your full names, address, and telephone number.

Note: his transaction is a 100% risk free for you for the fact that you will not be asked to pay 
any upfront of any kind, if there be any money to be paid the Contractor will be responsible for it.

It is important I mention that the officials involved in this transaction are top government 
functionaries who have put in years of service to this Country (Nigeria). For the maintenance of 
personal integrity and prestige of all persons involved in this transaction, you are implored to 
exhibit  utmost secrecy throughout the duration of this deal.

You are strongly advised to avoid discussing this transaction with a third party as that could 
jeopardize the success of this transaction.

Kindly reach me immediately via my confidential e-mail refurnishing me 
with your details as stated above. Looking forward to hearing from 
you .

Best Regards,

Mr. Benjamin Salako

What Is This?

This Email with the Subject "Your Help Is Needed" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 05 Jun 2006 06:59:45 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam Email. The sender shows as Mr. Benjamin Salako <>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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