Scam #345


Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 23:35:16 -0400
From: “mariam” <>  Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book

From Mariam Abacha

Dear Friend,
I got your contacts through my personal research, and out of 
desperation I decided to reach you through this medium.
I will give you more information as to this regard as soon as you 
reply. I repose great confidence in you hence my approach to you due to 
security network placed on my day to day affairs, I cannot afford to visit 
the embassy so that is why I decided to contact you and I hope you will 
not betray my confidence in you.

I have deposited the sum of $30million dollar in a swift security firm, 
whose name is withheld for now until we open communication.
So please send down your phone/Fax Number and your contact address.
I shall be grateful if you could receive this fund into your account 
for safe keeping in your country.I have gotten a diplomat who will move 
this money to you in your country and he is going to give you a call 
when he gets there so that you can meet with him and collect the money 
from him and keep it for me till my son come over for the sharing.

This arrangement is known to you and my son Mallam Mohammed Abacha 
alone,who shall be in full charge of the transaction as I am being placed 
on security surveillance for now.

He shall give you the details of the transaction.It accrue you 30% of 
this fund.Please honesty is the watch word in this transaction, I will 
greatly appreciate if you accept my proposal in good faith.

Please expedite action.

Sincerely yours,
Mariam Abacha

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One response to “Scam #345

  • spokaloothezoo

    oh gosh those are always so funny. I really don’t understand how people can fall for it? there are some stupid people out there though. I like reading Ghanian—or african english—its structred much differntly then ours. I notice it when I read the news from Ghanaian newspapers. I can’t pin point what exactly is differnt other then a higher level of politness and vocabulary.

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