William Stevenson (Cancer Victim Scam)

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This is the male version of the dying widow scam. Poor Mr. Stevenson (who doesn’t exist) has esophageal cancer. Won’t you help him give away his millions before he dies? There’s a cut in it for you, too! (Or there will be, once you’ve paid the advance fee….)

from Mr. William Stevenson william.stevenson2274@yahoo.com
reply-to williamstevenson56@gmail.com
date Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 5:00 AM
subject Message from Mr. William Stevenson

Good Day Friend,

I am William Stevenson and I have been diagnosed with Esophageal cancer. It has defied all forms of medical treatment, and Right now, I have only about a few months to live and I want you to Distribute my funds to charities. I have set side 20% for you and your family.

I would like you to acknowledge the receipt of this e-mail as soon as possible.

yours truly,
Mr. William Stevenson

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Manfred Hoffman, Plane Crash Victim (Scam Alert)

This is an example of the familiar plane crash scam, in which a dead millionaire has left behind a fortune in a bank that no one knows about. (It’s refreshing to see an example that doesn’t involve the ubiquitous Andreas Schranner.) Poor Mr. Hoffman won’t miss his money, of course, because he’s dead, so if you just help this “audit manager” get the money out of the country he’ll cut you in. Of course it will take some of your money up front to get the wheels turning — he didn’t mention that part — and then once you’ve paid the advance fee, “Mr. Mujahideen” will disappear, never to be heard from again.

from Alfatah mujahideen alfatahmujahideen1@gmail.com
reply-to alfatahmujahideen101@gmail.com
date Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 11:35 AM



This message might meet you in utmost surprise. However, it’s just my urgent need for foreign partner that made me to contact you for this transaction.

I am Mr. Alfatah Mujahideen, Manager Audit Accounting Department BANK OF AFRICA (B.O.A) I would like to know if this proposal will be worth while for your acceptance.

I have a Foreign Customer, Manfred Hoffman from Germany who was an Investor, Crude Oil Merchant and Federal Government Contractor he was a victim with Concord Air Line, flight AF4590 killing 113 peole crashed on 25 July 2000 near Paris leaving a closing balance of Nineteen Million Three Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($19.3m) in one of his Private US Dollar Account that was been managed by me as the Customer’s Account Officer.

Base on my security report, these funds can be claime without any hitches as no one is aware of the funds and it’s closing balance except me and the customer who is (Now Deceased) therefore, I can present you as the Next of Kin and we will work out the modalities for the claiming of the funds in accordance with the law.

Now,if you are really sure of your trustworthy,accountability and confidentiality on this transaction without dissapointment, contact me through email for further details.i expect your letter. Besides,it is not authorized by the law guiding our bank for a citizen of Burkina Faso to make the claim of the fund.

If you are interested, Please call me to discuss in further details and Please indicate your willingness by sending me below information for more clarifications our sharing ratio will be 50% for me and 40% for you.while 10% will be for the neccesary expenses that might occur along the line. +226 787 62 077

(1) YOUR FULL NAME…………………………..
(2) YOUR AGE AND SEX……………………….
( 6) YOUR OCCUPATION…………………………..
(8) MARITAL STATUS…………………..
(9) YOUR RELIGION………………………

best regards to you and your family.

Thank you,
Alfatah Mujahideen.

N.B.In other for you to beleive me honestly try and go through this (website) before you start with me.

Below is the website.

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Mr Daniel Ansara, Esq (scam alert)

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Some scammers rely on a sense of mystery to hook you in. “Daniel Ansara,” supposedly a lawyer in Malaysia, has been looking for you! Why, he can’t tell you. But it involves executing a project. (The project involves transferring money from you to him, but he wouldn’t want to give that secret away, would he.)

from Mr Daniel Ansara
reply-to mr.danielansara@gmail.com
date Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 4:00 AM
subject kind

My name is Daniel Ansara a legal practitioner with D. Ansara & Associates in Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.

I found your contact/profile some where over the Internet and it gave me the greatest joy, that you are the one I have been looking for. Whom I strongly believe could execute this project with me. Kindly get back to me for more information

Best regards,
Mr Daniel Ansara (Esq.)
Attorney at Law

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Helen Collins (marriage scam)

Marriage scams are as old as money scams. (Or are they the same thing?) “Helen Collins” might like to marry you — if you are marriage minded, serious, and trustworthy. She’ll even relocate from South Africa or Great Britain to join you! Of course this would depend upon you sending her some money (a point she forgot to mention), and then once your money is in her pocket … poof! … no more “Helen Collins.”

from Helen hc9755_helen@rediffmail.com
reply-to hc9755@rediffmail.com
date Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 5:49 PM
subject Love from Helen

How are you today? I hope you are fine. My name Helen Collins, 32 years from South Africa, presently living in United Kingdom. I am sincere, considerate, honest, responsible, supportive, open minded, thoughtful, understanding and confident. I am a woman with good nature,I am seeking for articulate man, marriage minded, who is serious, trustworthy, and willing to pursue a serious relation.I’m looking for someone very special to share my life with. I’m looking for my Soulmate & best friend, someone I can share all of life’s experiences with, good & bad, side by side.

I need a honest, caring, understanding, good listener, goal oreinted who knows what he wants and knows how to have fun in life.I am looking forward to hear from you,and hope we can find a great future together. I am willing to visit the man of my desire in what ever location he may be. I am willing to relocate to my man if he wants me to. I need a man who will take me up the skies and give me all the love i need. Please write back to me with a copy of your pics and i will give more details and my pics for you and i to get acquinted in good time.

Thank you for your time and remain blessed.

Love from,
Helen Collins

Oceanic Bank Nigeria (Scam Warning)

This is a straightforward advance fee fraud claiming to come from a Nigerian bank — the locus classicus of the genre. It adds one of the standard extra features of the type: a declaration that they’ve been trying to contact you and you haven’t answered. And it also adds an amusing twist: your money is finally ready because the previous corrupt head of the bank has finally been sacked. (Thank goodness it’s all clean now!) Alas, it’s all a fiction, designed once again to pick your pocket.

from mrscarolw@gmail.com
date Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 1:09 PM

Message from mrscarolw@gmail.com:


Our Ref: OBN/IRD/OBX/080/010

Transfer of your approve fund valued $7.2Million
Welcome to Oceanic Bank of Nigeria.

Dear Beneficiary,
We have long awaited your feed back after our previous email to you regarding the release of your overdue inheritance fund totaling $7.2 million Dollars in our vault. Your file is on my table and your payment schedules has been processed amongst other and awaiting your compliance.

After the sacking of the former board head of oceanic bank Nig Plc Mrs Cecilia Ibru over financial mis-deed the Central Bank Of Nigeria CBN instructed us to immediately make payments to all accrued beneficiaries in this last quarter of the year 2010.

We do hereby request you choose amongst the under listed your preferred mode of receiving your inheritance fund through : (A) Direct bank transfer (B) Cash Payment (C) Bank Draft Upon the receipt of your confirmation, a certify copy of your PAYMENT APPROVAL CERTIFICATE PAC) will be send to you to enable you receive your fund within 7 working days.You are requested to contact Mr Emmanuel Eno of the Foreign Remittance Dept of this email-   infocustomercareobng@gmail.com

Yours faithfully,
Mrs Carol Williams

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