It would seem that one of the popular email addresses lately for these scams is MSN, really people? I do like how they’ve changed it from a male banker to a female…perhaps we are more likely to fall for it?
From: mrs.rosemerry nesges <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: . <.@yahoo.com>
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2012 8:42 PM
Subject: Good Day My Dear,
Good Day My Dear,My name is Madam Rosemerry Nesges , and I am a banker. It is true that we have not met each others in person, but I strongly believe that no trust, no friendship in every business. I have a deceased customers pending fund, which I am his personal financier adviser before his accidental death, that being the main reason why I alone working in the bank here, know much about the existence of this fund ($ 7.5 Million Dollars) and the secrets surrounding this money. But before I disclose the full details to you, I will like to know your interest and willingness to assist me by reverting back to me with your :
Private Email ID…………
Private Phone no…….. for further confidential details about the said fund.Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
Madam Rosemerry Nesges