From: "INTERPOL" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, October 07, 2011 10:07 PM
Subject: Good News!!!
> Attention Honourable Beneficary,
> I am the Inspector General of Interpol Benin Republic, This is to inform
> you that after due verifications of your matter, the United Nation
> Compensation Commission in affiliation with Barrack Obama Campaign for
> Global Economic Crises eradication have agreed to compensate you with
> categorical payment sum of $900,000.00. This does not represent your
> payment but acompensation to show the effort of the United Nations to
> retreive lost funds.
> Again, we are happy to announce that we have been able to arrest those
> Scammers based in Benin Republic whom have been extorting and ripping off
> huge amount of money from you today and thatthey are still inour custody
> for introgation. Their leader whom his name is Mr. Jude Uba as it appears
> in his Nigeria Passport said that he has been extorting money from you
> using many different names.
> Below are the pictures of the arrested Frudsters.
> Asamatter of fact, your fund to tune of $900,000.00 USD has beenpackagedin
> a small box and deposited to ARAMEX Courier Company andbelow is
> Tracking #: 7842974775
> We have made a concrete arrangement with the ARAMEX Courier Company for
> asafedelivery to your door-step once the beneficiary meets up the demand
> the conveyance.
> Note that all the delivery fee has been paid on your behalf, but there is
> certain CustomsCreed which forbid the delivery of your box. In line with
> Provisions of Section 2 Sub Section(iia) of CUSTOMS Act of 2001 which
> that all Packages/Parcels, and Consignment that contains Cash/Draft/ATM
> CARD must carry a valid Tax/Stamp Duty before it can be despatched,
> whileSub Section (iib) doNOT permit any Courier Company from making
> deduction from the Cash deposited for delivery in your own case. This
> document is to ensure that your package passes freely until it arrived to
> your designated address.
> Therefore reconfirm your current delivery address (i.e 1. Full Names, 2.
> DeliveryAddress and 3.Telephone Number) to ARAMEX COURIER.
> Contact Person: Mr. Ngozi Ajana
> ARAMEX COURIER COMPANY
> Email: email@example.com
> Tel: +229 998 657 21
> You should also get back to us with details according to your
> correspondence withARAMEX Courier Company. Your prompt updates will be
> highly appreciated.
> God bless.
> Hon. Felix Bello
> The Inspector General
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