Monday, July 16, 2007

'Standard Bank' in 'Southafrica' with someone trying to offer you $ 52m...

Subject: Good day,
Date: July 17, 2007 2:20:01 AM GMT+01:00

Good day,

Thanks for finding time to read this proposal. After thinking about this
transaction and the need to make contact with someone to assist me do it,
I found it interesting and decided to contact you for this business transaction.
Be so kind to contact me at your earliest convenience for a possible business
deal involving money transfer of about $52,000,000.00.

I am presently in Southafrica working as an Auditor General with the below
bank at their offshore department. With your sincere assistant and co-operation,
I am determined to work this deal out if we can do business. As at this
moment, I am constrained to issue more details about this business until
your response is received.

If you are not familiar with the above information which I believe is scanty
for security purposes, please contact me for further details.

This deal is worth taking and highly profitable. Thank you for your time
and attention.

Do redirect you positive response to my private email:

Warmest regards,
Frank Mark


Auditor General,
Dept.of Offshore Mortgage Services,
Standard Bank,

Uh, sure. Talking so openly about scamming the bank he works for $ 52 million, and can't even spell South Africa crrectly. And 'Standard Bank'? That has got to be the worst name for a bank ever, you'd think that even an advance fee scammer would be able to be a bit more creative...

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