This Email with the Subject "†No Subject†" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 16 Jan 2006 16:52:59 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam Email. The sender shows as "Mr. Johnson Njongo" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, or follow any URLs as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.
X-UID: 5963 Benjamin Tefeya Amsterdam, Netherlands Phone: +31633737131 Email: email@example.com 13th January, 2006 Dear Sir, A REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE Though this letter may come to you as a surprise, with due respect, trust and humility, I use this medium to write this letter to you irrespective of the fact that you do not know me, but please do consider this letter as a request from a family in dare need of assistance. I am Mr. Johnson Njongo and my sister is Miss Ollian Njongo, we are the children of late Chief Bernard Tefeya from Limbe- Abidjan, Cote'Ivore west Africa. I am writing you in absolute confidence primarily to seek your assistance to transfer our cash of Twenty Million Dollars (US$20,000.000.00) Twenty Million United States Dollar cash bond concealed and secured in Two treasure trunk boxes which is now safely secured in the vault of a Security brokerage Firm here in Netherlands. The money is declared as family valuables by my late father as a matter of fact the company does not know the content as money, although my father made them to understand that the boxes belongs to his foreign partner. Source of the money: My late father Chief Bernard Njongo, a native of Limbe District in the Northern Province of Cote'Ivore, was the General Manager of Cote'Ivore Mining co-operation (C.I.M.C.) Abidjan. According to my father, this money was the income accrued from Mining Cooperations over draft and minor sales from coca. Before the peak of the civil war between the rebels forces and the combined forces of ECOMOG peacekeeping operation that almost destroyed my country, following an uncessful attempt to removal from power of the civilian elected President Mr. Gbagbo by the rebels. My late father had already made arrangement for us, my mother, my little sister and myself to be evacuated to Seirra Leone with the CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT he made with the security firm in Netherlands. Due to the war in Sierra Leone that time, my sister and i were evacuated to Amsterdam the Netherlands after the death of my mother through the aid of U.N evacuation team where we are currently seeking political asylum. During the war in my country, and following the indiscriminate looting of Public and Government properties by the rebel forces, the Cote'Ivore mining coop. was one of the targets looted and destroyed. My father including other top Government functionaries were attacked and killed by the rebels in November 2005 because of his relationship with the civilian Government of Mr. L. Gbagbo. As a result of my father's death and with the news of my uncle's involvement in the air crash in July it dashed our hope of survival. The untimely deaths caused my mother's heart failure and other related complications of which she later died in the hospital after we must have spent a lot of money on her early last year. Now my 18 years old sister and I are alone in this strange country suffering without any care or help. Without any relation, we are now like refugees and orphans. Our only hope now is in you to assist us. I humbly solicit your assistance in the followings ways. 1. To assist us claim this boxes from the security Firm as the beneficiary on our behalf 2. To provide a bank account where this money can be transferred. 3. To make a good arrangement for a joint business investment on our behalf in your country and you, as our Adviser/ Manager For your assistance, I have agreed with my sister that 20% of the total amount will be for your effort and another 10 % to cover all the expenses that you may inure during the business transaction, Lastly, I urge you to keep this transaction strictly confidential as no one knows our where about. Please as you show your willingness; feel free to call me on phone on the above number or send me an e-mail through my private Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Also forward to us your full name, contact address and Tel/ Fax numbers, to me via my private email address as indicated. We are anxiously awaiting your response. Thanks. May God bless you as you assist us? MR. JOHNSON NJONGO