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Sunday, June 18, 2017

419 scam email from Mr. Keshinton Desmond Bank of Africa Credit Manager "www."

Originating IP:
Originating ISP: Etisalat Benin
City: Cotonou
Country of Origin: Benin

from: Mr.Keshinton Desmond <"www."> 
reply-to: "Mr.Keshinton Desmond" <>
date: Sat, Jun 10, 2017 at 12:03 PM
subject: Please Reply Urgently


I know this means of communication may not be morally right to you as a person but I also have had a great thought about it and I have come to this conclusion which I am about to share with you.

INTRODUCTION:I am the Credit Manager Bank of Africa and in one way or the other was hoping you will cooperate with me as a partner in a project of transferring an abandoned fund of a late customer of the bank worth of $18,000,000 (Eighteen Million Dollars US).

This will be disbursed or shared between the both of us in these percentages, 45% to me and 45% to you while 10% will be for expenses both parties might have incurred during the process of transferring. Also according to the agreement if the payment year expires and the account holder or partner wishes to claim the said funds, the claimer has to re-activate the account. The cost of the re-activation will be paid by both you and I so that we will pay those expenses back after we claim the funds.

Attached is the bank payment guarantee, that explains the nature of business proposal am trying to get you in. Advise me if that is alright for you so that we can enter in agreement before we start processing for the transfer of the funds. If you are satisfied with this proposal, please provide the below details for the Mutual Confidential Agreement:

1. Full Name and Address
2. Occupation and Country of Origin
3. Telephone Number and Next of Kin

I await for your response so that we can commence on this project as soon as possible.

Mr. Keshinton Desmond
Credit Manager
Bank of Africa.

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