Sgt. Cook Chad in Iraq

This is a good example of the overseas soldier scam. “Sgt. Chad” is stationed in Iraq, and he needs your help in getting some war profits out of the country. It’s all legal, he assures you. And employing a familiar kind of reverse psychology, he asks if you can be trusted. If I were you, I wouldn’t worry about your own trustworthiness; I’d worry about the scammer calling himself “Sgt. Chad.”

date Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 11:43 PM
subject The most important thing is; “Can We Trust you”

hide details 11:43 PM (1 hour ago)

Hello Friend,

I hope my e-mail meets you well. I am in need of your assistance. My names is SGT.COOK CHAD of the Engineering Unit of US Military here in Ba’qubah in Iraq; we have about $10 Million that we want to move out of the country. This money was found in boxes some time ago during our routine raid around the base.

My partners and I need a good partner out there, someone we can trust to receive the funds on our behalf. It is oil money and legal.

The most important thing is; “Can We Trust you”?

Once the funds get to you, simply take out 20% as your share and keep the remaining 80% for us. Your own part of this deal is to find a safe place where the funds can be sent to, ours is sending it to you safely. Also you can view this Link for proper verification

If you are interested I will furnish you with more details upon receipt of your response and contact details. But I can assure you the whole process is simple and we must keep a low profile at all times. I look forward to your reply and co-operation. We have kept this money for so long but right now the US President, Barack Obama said he is pulling us out from Iraq so I must have this cash out immediately. Reply me at


Capt Frank Markovski of NATO

This is an example of what might be called the spoils-of-war scam. The writer claims to be a soldier stationed in a war zone, and he’s “discovered” a large amount of hidden, stolen, or captured cash. If you can just help get it to safety, he’ll split it with you. And you needn’t feel any moral qualms: it belonged to the enemy, and besides, they’re all dead. Of course in reality it’s just a standard advance fee fraud: there’s really no cash and no “Capt. Markovski” — there’s just a scammer with a cheap cell phone who’s trying to pick your pocket.

from Capt Frank Markovski
date Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 8:53 PM
subject Business Proposition

Good Day,

I am Capt. Frank Markovski, a soldier serving with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)in Afghanistan.

I have a proposition that will be of mutual benefit. It involves the sum of US$120 Million. The funds is part of the funds that our unit discovered inside the Tora Bora while fighting in Afghanistan.

I have devised a means of moving these funds out of Afghanistan and I need you to help me in receiving the funds and ensuring that it disappears into the economy of your country when you get it. All arrangements have been put in place to move the funds out of this country legally and I just need your acceptance and everything will be done.

As a serving Military officer,I can not be parading such amount hence the need to get someone that will receive the funds on my behalf until my tour in Afghanistan is concluded. 40% of the entire funds is your portion for your assistance in this transaction.

If you are willing to proceed, the requested information is needed to expedite action.

1. Your Name

2. Telephone and Mobile Numbers

3. Occupation and Age.

It is of paramount importance that you keep the details of the transaction to yourself. Utmost confidentiality and secrecy are what is needed from you in order to successfully complete the movement of the funds from Afghanistan.

However, If you are not capable of handling the transaction, please delete this message and do not tell anyone about it.


Capt Frank Markovski

Sgt. Darrell Klante in Iraq

This is another example of the “Iraq soldier scam.” An American soldier, usually a sergeant, claims to have recovered a fortune in cash that had belonged to Saddam Hussein, and he needs your help getting it out of the country. Hussein was a murderous dictator, so it’s not like we’re taking money from poor people or anything like that. Can you help? You’ll get a healthy reward if you do (sucker).

from: Sgt.Darrell Klante
date: Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 7:18 PM
subject: CAN YOU DO THIS???

FROM: Sgt.Darrell Klante
Important Message

Good day, my name is Darrell Klante,

I am an American soldier, I am serving in the military of the 1st Armored Division in Iraq, as you know we are being attacked by insurgents everyday and car bombs. We managed to move funds belonging to Saddam Hussein’s family. The total amount is US$25 Million dollars in cash, mostly 100 dollar bills. We want to move this money to you, so that you may invest it for us and keep our share for banking. You can go to this web link to read about events that took place there:

We will take 70%, my partner and I. You take the other 30%. No strings attached, just help us move it out of Iraq, Iraq is a war zone. We plan on using diplomatic courier and shipping the money out in two large silver boxes, using diplomatic immunity. If you are interested I will send you the full details, my job is to find a good partner that we can trust and that will assist us. Can I trust you? When you receive this letter, kindly send me an e-mail signifying your interest including your most confidential telephone/fax numbers for quick communication also your contact details. This business is risk free. The box can be shipped out in 48hrs.

Sgt.Darrell Klante

Staff Sgt. Johnson Wood (scam alert)

This is a specific and familiar type of scam, one we might call the battlefield soldier scam. A dedicated soldier (at present usually an American soldier in Iraq) claims to have discovered a large quantity of cash, typically abandoned cash that belonged to a former dictator. Taking it wouldn’t really be stealing, since the dictator has been deposed and he was corrupt anyway. If you’ll just help move the money to your country, you can have a cut. No one will be harmed, and we’ll all be rich. What could be wrong with that?

date: Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 9:43 AM
subject: GOOD DAY 10/10/09:

Dear Sir/Madam

My name is (staff Sgt.) Johnson Wood; i am an American soldier, serving in the Military with the army’s 3rd infantry division. i have a very desperate need for Assistance and have summed up courage to contact you.

I found your contact particulars in an address journal and I am seeking your kind Assistance to move the sum of Five million United States dollars (us$5,000,000) to you In your country, as far as I can be assured that my share will be safe in your care Until i complete my service here.


Some money in various currencies were discovered in barrels at a Farmhouse near one of saddam’s old palaces in tikrit-iraq during a rescue operation, and it was agreed by Staff Sgt.. Kenneth buff and i that some part of this money be shared Between us. My own share of the money is Five Million United State Dollars, which I want moved out immediately.

One Passionate appeal i will make to you is not to discuss this matter with anybody, should You have reasons to reject this offer, please and please destroy this message as any Leakage of this information will be too bad for the u.s. soldier’s here in Iraq.

I do not know how long we will remain here; month of May was the deadliest month for us out Here. Totally, we lost 127 men and i have been shot, wounded and survived two suicides Bomb attacks by the special grace of God.

This and other reasons i will mention later has prompted me to reach out for help. I honestly want this matter to be resolved immediately, please contact me as soon as Possible with my private e-mail address which is my only way of communication (e-mail:

May God bless you and your family.


Johnson Wood.

Capt. Scott J. Wright in Iraq

There is chaos in every real war zone, so it isn’t surprising that money and valuables often go missing or fall into the wrong hands. Scammers know you know this, and they use it as psychological leverage. What loyal American wouldn’t want to help one of his country’s soldiers? And the supposed money used to belong to Saddam Hussein, who is dead, so it’s not like it’s being stolen from anyone. Alas, it’s really all a scam: there’s no money and no Capt. Wright. There’s only a fraudster somewhere in the world trying to con you out of your money.

from: scott wright (
date: Sat, Sep 26, 2009 at 5:54 AM
subject: Att: Letter From Mr Scott.

Att: Letter From Mr Scott.

With respect Sir,

This might come to you as a suprise. However. I am Capt. Scott J Wright. an American soldier in peace keeping force here in Iraq,

I am serving in the military of the 1st Armoured Division in Iraq, after going through your profiles yours capture my intrest as i strongly believe you are in better position to assist in this matter very well.

As you know insurgents everyday and car bombs are attacking us. We managed to move funds belonging to Saddam Hussein’s family in the tune of USD$ 28 Million Dollars in cash.

ID information 10 U.S.C. Section 3013, Secretary of the Army; Army Regulation 25-1, Army Information Management; Army Regulation 380-19, Information Systems Security; E.O. 9397 (SSN).

This fund itself was discovered some years ago and we have hidden and concealed the funds waiting for an opportunity to move the funds out. Now there will be no more time. All US troops are leaving Iraq you see this at B.B.C NEWS, most of us have been redeployed to Afganistan. We have to move the funds now or we could loose everything.

I’m contacting you as an external body because of our status as American soldiers on war duty. Our activities are highly limited based on the U.S military code of conduct.

We want to move this money to you now, so that you will keep our share for us till when we will come over to meet you. You are to take 30% of the total 28 Million Dollars and keep 70% for me and my partners.

Please No strings attached, we plan on using diplomatic courier and shipping the money out of Iraq in three  silver boxes using diplomatic immunity which the shippment fees will be paid by me and my partners here in iraq. The boxes can be shipped out in 48hrs it is risk free because it is well arrange,

So If you are interested kindly send an e-mail signifying your interest including your most confidential telephone numbers for quick communication this is necessary in the interest and the protection of our partnership,

Then we can send to you the shipment details and the fright number and labels it is 100% risk free. Please contact us immediatly for more information.



Capt Scott J wright

Capt. Gill, an American Soldier

This is a typical example of the soldier-in-a-war-zone scam. He has discovered some cash that belonged to the deposed government, and wants help getting it back home. Strictly speaking, this is against military regulations, but we know the dictator is dead and it’s not as though we are stealing from anyone, right? You’ll help a soldier, won’t you? If you do, of course, you’ll discover there really is no soldier and no cash: there’s just a scammer trying to extract “bribes” or “courier fees” from you, and once he has your money you’ll never hear from him again.

from: capt.gill (
date: Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 8:31 PM

Attn: My Good Friend,

My name is Capt. gill, an American soldier. I was serving in the military of the 3rd Infantry Division in Iraq. I am in Iraq at the moment. I and my partner moved one of the boxes containing funds which we believe belonging to Late Saddam Hussein in March 2007, the total fund in this box is $15,000,000.00 (Fifteen Million US Dollars).And this fund had been moved via a safe Diplomatic Courier Service to a secured security company.

Please click on this link view:

Basically since we are working for the American government we cannot keep these funds, we are 3 that are involved. This means that you will take 30 percent, I will take 30 percent, and my partner will take 30 percent, 10 percent will be kept aside for expenses. This business is confidential, and we plead that it should not be discussed with anyone.

There is no risk involved as we left this fund in the Security Company without declaring its contents for this period of time to make sure that the fund will be safe for transfer and investment.

If you are interested I will send you the full details, my job is to find a good partner that we can trust and will assist us.

Kindly send me an e-mail signifying your interest including your telephone/fax numbers for quick communication and also your contact details. I assure you that this transaction is risk free and its success is 100% guaranteed,

Please help us to help you. And get in touch with me through this my private email: