Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2004

Scam mail from: Chief Dennis Odife


From: "odife_dennis@katamail.com" <odife_dennis@katamail.com>
Subject: REPLY FAST
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2004 20:01:13 +0000

Greetings,

I crave your indulgence as I contact you in such a surprising manner and I want you to bear in mind that this is not a hoax mail But I respectfully insist you read this mail carefully as I am optimistic it will open door for unimaginable financial reward for both of us.This business transaction might not fall within the wide spectrum of your business activities, but I plead your assistance, as your flairfor profitable business is needed.

ermit me to introduce myself, I am Chief Dennis Odife, Managing Director Societe Generale Bank I amwriting this letter to ask for your support and co-operation to carryout this business opportunity in my Bank.Every five years, Nigerian banks transfer to its treasury millions of dollars of unclaimed deceased depositors funds in compliance with the banking laws and guidelines, in majority of the cases with reference to my bank,Societe Generale Bank, the money normally runs into several millions of dollars.

A foreigner, Late Engr. Morris Thompson, an Oil Merchant/Contractor in Nigeria, until his death three years ago in aghastly air crash has a closing balance of US9,500,000.00(NineMillion,Five Hundred Thousand Dollars)Ever since his death and up tillthis time of writing no next-of-kin or relative of his has come forward to claim his money with us. Fervent valuable efforts have been made bySociete Generale Bank to get in touch with any of the Thompson's family or relatives but proved to no avail. Naturally, as long as Thompson's money remains unclaimed,the bank remains richer in free funds with his money.

However, with my position, I can present you to claim the fund as a relative/next of kin if you agree with me.The request for you as Relative/next of kin in this business is occasioned by the fact that the customer was a foreigner and a Nigerian cannot stand as Relative to a foreigner, I plead for your assistance with the intention of getting this unclaimed money amounting to US9,500,000.00 (Nine Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars Only)transferred into a company/private bankaccount that you will present.

You stand to gain a negotiable percentage of the fund if you agree to help me actualize this opportunity, I will not contact any other company or person until I amconvinced that you are not interested in this proposal. Contact me immediately indicating your willingness and also give your direct andconfidential fax and phone numbers for the effective communication that this transaction requires.I will furnish you with the procedure and alsoenlighten you on how the funds will be disbursed and shared on receipt of your response.

I will also require your advice in the areas of investment as I plan to establish a business venture with you in your country with my share.Remember that a business of this nature needs tobe kept confidential.

Yours Sincerely,
Chief Dennis Odife

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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2004

Scam mail from: Chief Dennis Odife


From: "odife_dennis@katamail.com" <odife_dennis@katamail.com>
Subject: REPLY FAST
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2004 20:01:13 +0000

Greetings,

I crave your indulgence as I contact you in such a surprising manner and I want you to bear in mind that this is not a hoax mail But I respectfully insist you read this mail carefully as I am optimistic it will open door for unimaginable financial reward for both of us.This business transaction might not fall within the wide spectrum of your business activities, but I plead your assistance, as your flairfor profitable business is needed.

ermit me to introduce myself, I am Chief Dennis Odife, Managing Director Societe Generale Bank I amwriting this letter to ask for your support and co-operation to carryout this business opportunity in my Bank.Every five years, Nigerian banks transfer to its treasury millions of dollars of unclaimed deceased depositors funds in compliance with the banking laws and guidelines, in majority of the cases with reference to my bank,Societe Generale Bank, the money normally runs into several millions of dollars.

A foreigner, Late Engr. Morris Thompson, an Oil Merchant/Contractor in Nigeria, until his death three years ago in aghastly air crash has a closing balance of US9,500,000.00(NineMillion,Five Hundred Thousand Dollars)Ever since his death and up tillthis time of writing no next-of-kin or relative of his has come forward to claim his money with us. Fervent valuable efforts have been made bySociete Generale Bank to get in touch with any of the Thompson's family or relatives but proved to no avail. Naturally, as long as Thompson's money remains unclaimed,the bank remains richer in free funds with his money.

However, with my position, I can present you to claim the fund as a relative/next of kin if you agree with me.The request for you as Relative/next of kin in this business is occasioned by the fact that the customer was a foreigner and a Nigerian cannot stand as Relative to a foreigner, I plead for your assistance with the intention of getting this unclaimed money amounting to US9,500,000.00 (Nine Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars Only)transferred into a company/private bankaccount that you will present.

You stand to gain a negotiable percentage of the fund if you agree to help me actualize this opportunity, I will not contact any other company or person until I amconvinced that you are not interested in this proposal. Contact me immediately indicating your willingness and also give your direct andconfidential fax and phone numbers for the effective communication that this transaction requires.I will furnish you with the procedure and alsoenlighten you on how the funds will be disbursed and shared on receipt of your response.

I will also require your advice in the areas of investment as I plan to establish a business venture with you in your country with my share.Remember that a business of this nature needs tobe kept confidential.

Yours Sincerely,
Chief Dennis Odife

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