Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: George T. Doe


From: george_doe@virgilio.it < george_doe@virgilio.it>
Date: May 27, 2005 11:26 PM
Subject: TRUE LIFE STORY(Don't delete please!)

TRUE LIFE STORY
Life in my rural area, Ganta in The Nimba County of Liberia, was enjoyable and offered all the promises that could be expected by a young man of my age. The environment was peaceful except for the intermittent interferences of law enforcement agents looking for illegal diamond miners. I nursed the ambition of travelling to Monrovia after my college education where I hoped to read law and international relations In March 1991, everything about my ambition changed with the formaton of the United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO), under the leadership of Alhaji Kromah, a former official of the Doe Administration. This rebel group was one of the most brutal organizations in Liberia. In March 1993, the rebel group summerilly executed my younger brother; they beheaded my uncle for refusing to be drafted into the rebel force. They looted the property of a Lebanese national named Hassan Taggedine, and executed him. In November 1992, five innocent American nuns of the "Precious Blood Order," were brutally murdered. Some of the people had their ears and hands cut off; the heart of murdered victims were removed and their villages burnt. In the mist of the ravaging hostilities, I was forcefully drafted into the rebel force.

As a result of my brilliance, I was bestowed with the responsibility of handling our operational logistics and the procurement of arms and ammunitions. While handling this position, I was directed to go to Guinea, a neighbouring country, to pay for some arms shipment from France. I was given the sum of $15 million for this operation. On our way, we were attacked by the factions of Charles Taylor's more numerous Mano tribe. I was fortunate to escape that assult, I defected with the funds and never paid for the arms. I did this because I was fed up with the blood letting and killings of Alhaji Koroma. I sneaked into Monrovia with a differnt name and identity. With the end of hostilities following from the dismantling of the Charles Taylor's regime, information filtered out to some loyalist of Koromah that i am still alife. I have been in hiding and living in a refugee camp to escape being killed by these loyalist of Kromah.

My problem now is the pressure from my bank, where the fund has been under a different name, to have it relocated to a more secure place. It is my intention to have the funds given to the victims of war once it is finaly retrieved from its present place. I am therefore soliciting your assistance in having this fund moved out of my bank to an account abroad. Should this meet your utmost consideration, let me know what you intend to receive as your commission for your anticipated services in your response to this mail. Feel free to ask questions you consider necessary in this transaction. PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS MAIL USING THIS MY ALTERNATIVE AND MORE SECURE EMAIL ADDRESS <george_doe1@virgilio.it>

George T. Doe

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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2005

Scam mail from: George T. Doe


From: george_doe@virgilio.it < george_doe@virgilio.it>
Date: May 27, 2005 11:26 PM
Subject: TRUE LIFE STORY(Don't delete please!)

TRUE LIFE STORY
Life in my rural area, Ganta in The Nimba County of Liberia, was enjoyable and offered all the promises that could be expected by a young man of my age. The environment was peaceful except for the intermittent interferences of law enforcement agents looking for illegal diamond miners. I nursed the ambition of travelling to Monrovia after my college education where I hoped to read law and international relations In March 1991, everything about my ambition changed with the formaton of the United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO), under the leadership of Alhaji Kromah, a former official of the Doe Administration. This rebel group was one of the most brutal organizations in Liberia. In March 1993, the rebel group summerilly executed my younger brother; they beheaded my uncle for refusing to be drafted into the rebel force. They looted the property of a Lebanese national named Hassan Taggedine, and executed him. In November 1992, five innocent American nuns of the "Precious Blood Order," were brutally murdered. Some of the people had their ears and hands cut off; the heart of murdered victims were removed and their villages burnt. In the mist of the ravaging hostilities, I was forcefully drafted into the rebel force.

As a result of my brilliance, I was bestowed with the responsibility of handling our operational logistics and the procurement of arms and ammunitions. While handling this position, I was directed to go to Guinea, a neighbouring country, to pay for some arms shipment from France. I was given the sum of $15 million for this operation. On our way, we were attacked by the factions of Charles Taylor's more numerous Mano tribe. I was fortunate to escape that assult, I defected with the funds and never paid for the arms. I did this because I was fed up with the blood letting and killings of Alhaji Koroma. I sneaked into Monrovia with a differnt name and identity. With the end of hostilities following from the dismantling of the Charles Taylor's regime, information filtered out to some loyalist of Koromah that i am still alife. I have been in hiding and living in a refugee camp to escape being killed by these loyalist of Kromah.

My problem now is the pressure from my bank, where the fund has been under a different name, to have it relocated to a more secure place. It is my intention to have the funds given to the victims of war once it is finaly retrieved from its present place. I am therefore soliciting your assistance in having this fund moved out of my bank to an account abroad. Should this meet your utmost consideration, let me know what you intend to receive as your commission for your anticipated services in your response to this mail. Feel free to ask questions you consider necessary in this transaction. PLEASE RESPOND TO THIS MAIL USING THIS MY ALTERNATIVE AND MORE SECURE EMAIL ADDRESS <george_doe1@virgilio.it>

George T. Doe

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