Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Dr. David Fernandez

From: d_fernandez01@e-apollo.lv <d_fernandez01@e-apollo.lv>
To: d_fernandez01@e-apollo.lv
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 23:37:27 +0200
Subject: I COME TO YOU IN GOOD FAITH


Dear friend,

With good faith i have come to you about this Legitimate Business of mine,but i must first introduce myself to you.I am Dr. David Fernandez. The manager Credit and Account Department of BANK OF AFRICA" Cotonou Benin.I am writing in a respect of unclaimed deposit belonging to a foreigner,Late Mr.Mark Kogan (Richmond Hill, Ontario) with account #AGTFSC/1001/44986-00/tg.Who perished on the plan crash of 31st of october,1999 with egyptian airline 1990 with other passengers aboard. Since the demise of Smith, I personally have watched with kin interestto see any next of kin or beneficiary to this deposit but no one has come up for the claim of usd$22.3m(twentytwo million, three hundred thousand unitedstates dollars)has being inour security vault for a very long time. On this note, i decided to seekfor your noble assistance to help me come for the release and transfer of this fund into any of your nominated bank account abroad, In the sense to make you the beneficiary to this unclaimed deposit. As no one both friends and relatives has come up as the next of kin to this deposit and our banking ethnics here does not allow such deposit to stay more than five years, because after five years the money will be confiscated into the nations treasury as an unclaimed deposit. (View:http://www.cnn.com/US/9911/02/egyptair990.list/index.html) and left no clear beneficiary or Next of Kin .

In view of this, I got your contact in my country's trade journal afterwhich i was convinced to contact you and introduce this business with you as a foreigner. The request of the foreigner as a next of kin in this business is occassioned by the fact that, the customer was a foreigner and a beninua can not stand as the nextof kin to a foreigner. I have agreed to share this money with you in the mutual understanding of 65%/35%. You keep 35% while i keep 65%, How about that?Thereafter i will visit your country for mutual sharing between both of us. Bear in mind also that i would like to invest my own part of the share in your country. As i am almost due for retirement. For us to proceed towards this transaction, you have to send an application text to the security company as the next of kin to their deceased customer.

I will send to you a text of application which you shall re-type and send to the finance house, Upon your response to this mail. I will not fail to bring to your notice that this business is hitch free and that you should not entertain any fear as the whole required arrangment has been perfected for the successfull claim and transfer of this fund.Don't forget to keep this transaction a top confidential untill we achieveour goal.

Thank you and God bless you.

Waiting for your positive response.

Best Regards,
Dr. David Fernandez.

Reply Also To, Alt: david_fernandez50@voila.fr

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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: Dr. David Fernandez

From: d_fernandez01@e-apollo.lv <d_fernandez01@e-apollo.lv>
To: d_fernandez01@e-apollo.lv
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 23:37:27 +0200
Subject: I COME TO YOU IN GOOD FAITH


Dear friend,

With good faith i have come to you about this Legitimate Business of mine,but i must first introduce myself to you.I am Dr. David Fernandez. The manager Credit and Account Department of BANK OF AFRICA" Cotonou Benin.I am writing in a respect of unclaimed deposit belonging to a foreigner,Late Mr.Mark Kogan (Richmond Hill, Ontario) with account #AGTFSC/1001/44986-00/tg.Who perished on the plan crash of 31st of october,1999 with egyptian airline 1990 with other passengers aboard. Since the demise of Smith, I personally have watched with kin interestto see any next of kin or beneficiary to this deposit but no one has come up for the claim of usd$22.3m(twentytwo million, three hundred thousand unitedstates dollars)has being inour security vault for a very long time. On this note, i decided to seekfor your noble assistance to help me come for the release and transfer of this fund into any of your nominated bank account abroad, In the sense to make you the beneficiary to this unclaimed deposit. As no one both friends and relatives has come up as the next of kin to this deposit and our banking ethnics here does not allow such deposit to stay more than five years, because after five years the money will be confiscated into the nations treasury as an unclaimed deposit. (View:http://www.cnn.com/US/9911/02/egyptair990.list/index.html) and left no clear beneficiary or Next of Kin .

In view of this, I got your contact in my country's trade journal afterwhich i was convinced to contact you and introduce this business with you as a foreigner. The request of the foreigner as a next of kin in this business is occassioned by the fact that, the customer was a foreigner and a beninua can not stand as the nextof kin to a foreigner. I have agreed to share this money with you in the mutual understanding of 65%/35%. You keep 35% while i keep 65%, How about that?Thereafter i will visit your country for mutual sharing between both of us. Bear in mind also that i would like to invest my own part of the share in your country. As i am almost due for retirement. For us to proceed towards this transaction, you have to send an application text to the security company as the next of kin to their deceased customer.

I will send to you a text of application which you shall re-type and send to the finance house, Upon your response to this mail. I will not fail to bring to your notice that this business is hitch free and that you should not entertain any fear as the whole required arrangment has been perfected for the successfull claim and transfer of this fund.Don't forget to keep this transaction a top confidential untill we achieveour goal.

Thank you and God bless you.

Waiting for your positive response.

Best Regards,
Dr. David Fernandez.

Reply Also To, Alt: david_fernandez50@voila.fr

NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY:

This email and the information in it is intended for the recipient named above. If you are not the intended recipient please notify me immediately:You should treat the information in this email as being in confidence unless otherwise notified by me. You should not copy it or use it for any purpose nor disclose its contents to any persons.


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