|| From: Mr.Sulaiman Gambo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, April 09, 2010 9:13 PM
Subject: [X-Spam]FROM INTERNATIONAL PAYMENT MONITORING AGENCY
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENT MONITORING AGENCY
PLOT 26 NNAMDI AZIKIWE CRESCENT,
WUSE ZONE II, GARKI ABUJA,
Firstly, we introduce this agency International Payment Monitoring Agency.
We are established by the Act 62, Section 14L of United Nations (UN) to
fight cyber crime, Internet fraud and money laundering in Africa. We pay
official refund to victims of scam and settle genuine/confirmed
beneficiaries of inheritance, foreign contract and lottery winners their
payments. Our agency has succeeded in arresting over 7,500 fraudsters who
are in different prisons while search for other fraudsters is continuing.
We are aware a lot of foreigners have been deceived by these internet
fraudsters and in the process lost money to the scammers.
The United Nations (UN), African Union (AU), Federal Executive Council
(FEC) have sensitized and notified the world about this scam and we have
recovered over $500 Million Dollars (Five Hundred Million Dollars) from
the scammers so far apprehended.
The reason we are sending this mail to you is that your name was given to
us by one of the fraudsters in our custody who confessed that they
swindled a lot of money from you and we have to refund you all the money
that was scammed you if you provide evidence of how much you lost to the
scam as its legitimate owner. We are aware that these fraudsters have
broken homes, made people lose their jobs, properties, filed bankruptcy,
closed their business, put many on the street and some even lost their
lives hence, the battle to stop internet scam by our agency.
Furthermore, if you know any person, relations or friends that has lost
money through this type of scam, please tell him/her to write to this
agency with facts and we will handle his/her case effectively and
reimburse the scammed money after verification.
Finally, you are advised to reply through the stated email address for
details on how you are to receive the lost funds. Also, forward your
street address, telephone, fax and mobile numbers by mail in your reply if
you are a victim. If you are currently having any transaction that looks
similar and suspicious whereby you have been sending money without getting
the promised fund in return, report to our agency before it is late for
investigation and confirmation to avoid being scammed.
If you received a similar letter, please ignore it. Do not answer it.
If you do, you will end up on more of the mailing lists used by the
criminals behind this fraud. Read more....