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Fraud email example:
From: =?iso-8859-1?q?jolly=20azuka?= <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 01:46:40 +0000 (GMT)
I have a new email address!You can now email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOREIGN REMITTANCE DEPT.
UNION BANK LAGOS -NIGERIA.
15 ALLEN AVENUE,
IKEJA, LAGOS BRANCH.
FROM THE DESK OF: Mr Jolly Azuka.
I am writing in respect of my late client an America, who died with his wife and two children in an auto crash in Kara district of my country on 31 October 2004 .He was the CEO of M.C.C Constructions Ltd.
He was my client and I have been directed by his bank to search for his next of kin to claim fund belonging to the deceased which has been dormant without any claim either from his family or relatives.This is because the bank could not locate any of his relatives.
Please if you would like to work with me in confidence to have this fund transferred to your account as the next of kin of my deceased
client,indicate your interest, to me as his personal lawyer I can not have this fund transferred into my account for security reasons.
This chamber desire absolute confidentiality and professionalism in the handling of this information as all documents will be forwarded to you for this claim. pls for any further information do contact me true these email address: email@example.com
Mr Jolly Azuka.
- jolly azuka