Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

If you received a similar email, you should go to the homepage to read more about 419 fraud.


From: habibhabib1129@hotmail.com
Subject: Payment Update. .
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2016 18:42:51 +0000

Habib Bank AG Zurich

Weinbergstrasse 59

P.O.Box 303

CH 8035 Zurich




We hereby confirm the receipt of Bank of Ghana remittance advice by order of Government of Ghana in your favour. However, the order/advice could not be effected due to the non-disclosure of your Security Payment Code Number (SPCN), which is the sole security/claim on your fund. Therefore, the order to pay you has been placed on hold by our telex department.

In order to facilitate speedy payment of this fund into your account, you are strongly advised to contact Mr. William Ofori, Director International remittance Department Bank of Ghana on telephone #: 233-240593966 or email: bankofgh01@gmail.com for the issuance of your Security Payment Code Number (SPCN). Be informed that this hold on your payment advice expires within seven (7) working days from the day of receipt of this message, after which Bank of Ghana would recall the fund if no contact is immediately established.

Kindly expedite action, as credit to your account cannot be given unless the Security Payment Code Number (SPCN) to your fund is forwarded to us by you as the beneficiary of the said fund.

We count on your co-operation and understanding.

Yours faithfully,

Sandy Oritz, Jr.

Senior Executive Officer (SEO).

Habib Bank AG Zurich


> Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2016 20:49:25 +0000
> Subject: Attn:
> From: bankofgh01@gmail.com
> This is to acknowledge the receipt of your mail.
> Following your request for your Security Payment Code Number (SPCN)
> which serves as your PASS-WORD/SECURITY to your fund, you are notified
> as follows: that your Security Payment Code Number (SPCN) is a
> 14-digit number embossed in a scratch-card covered under a silver
> panel which has to be accessed by you alone as the beneficiary of the
> said fund for security purpose. This arrangement is designed to guard
> against the menace posed by miscreants and impostors from having
> access to our esteemed foreign creditor's fund.
> Following this therefore, we want to state categorically here that
> this Security Payment Code Number (SPCN) cannot be sent to you by fax
> or email due to the silver covered panel, but can only be delivered to
> you in person through Government of Ghana accredited courier company
> upon receipt of US$350 Dollars (Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars)
> payment from you for the mailing and insurance cover of the Security
> Payment Code Number (SPCN) to your destination. Therefore, we advise
> you to send to us immediately your home mailing address and the above
> requested fee for prompt action.
> However, for the avoidance of delay, we urge you to send this fee via
> Western Union Money Transfer or Money Gram with this information
> provided below:
> Be informed that your Security Payment Code Number (SPCN) will be
> delivered to you in person within 72 hours upon receipt of evidence of
> the above payment from you. And on receipt of this card from the
> courier company agent will scratch-off the silver covered panel to
> find your secret code number (a 14-digit number) and in turn, send to
> Habib Bank AG, Zurich-Switzerland for immediate crediting of your fund
> into your bank account.
> Attached herewith is scanned copy of your Security Payment Code Number
> (SPCN) card for your perusal.
> Awaiting your prompt response
> Thanks.
> Mr. William Ofori.
> Director International Remittance Department Bank of Ghana
Miss Young

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....


Copyright © 2004-2015 419.bittenus.com. All rights reserved. Updated 04-Feb-2018