This is just one type of the thousands
of scam e-mail variants
sent out each day by 419 scammers. If you've received an e-mail even
remotely similar to the scam published here or if you have
arrived at this page via an internet search resulting from an e-mail
that you received, YOU
HAVE RECEIVED A SCAM E-MAIL!
This is an internet
scam! DO NOT
send these scammers money for any reason.
[ BEGIN SCAM E-MAIL ]
From: janisha jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Hello Dearest
Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2009 16:57:16 +0000 (12:57 EDT)
am introducing my self as janisha Jones-Delas, the only Daughter of
late Chief and Mrs Chief Joe Jones-Delas, I wish to request for your
assistance in a financial transaction., And I wish to invest in
Manufacturing and real estate management in your country.I have Nine
million Two hundred thousand united states dollars.USD($9.200, 000) to
invest in your country.And I will require your assistance in helping me
stand as my late father'sforeign business partner who he deposited the
consignment on his behalf into the security, the consignment was
deposited in Africa and was letter lifted to Europe where the
consignment is now under the care of the security company diplomat in
Europe. I will be gladly to give you 15% of the total sum for your
Please it is very important you contact me immediately for further explanation on the whole entire work plans
Awaiting your immediate response
Thanks and God bless.
[ END SCAM E-MAIL ]
It's important to note that
any real people and / or legitimate
organizations whose actual names or other details appear in
these scam e-mails have absolutely no
with this scam!
Scammers never use their real
They frequently take on the identity of real people to help make themselves and their scam appear legitimate.
This is just a small sampling of the
many hundreds of advance fee fraud e-mails received each day here at
headquarters. It is 100% pure B.S. Purity Guaranteed!
There are many different types of 419 scam (examples)
but they all promise you something (fortune, job with salary /
low-interest loan, lottery prize,
bargain gold dust / diamonds,
work visa, etc.) in return
for a small 'fee' or some kind of remittance. Of course, there is no
fortune, no job, no loan, no prize to be had. It's just a ploy to get
willingly send them money.
If you receive one of these scam mails, simply delete it as you would any other spam mails.
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