Things are looking up, I was getting sick of Africa
sent from: firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Mr. Joseph Wong <email@example.com> To: Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 3:07 PM Subject: I have a business transaction for you.
It is understandable that you might be a little bit apprehensive because you do not know me but I have a lucrative business proposal of mutual interest to share with you. I got your reference in my search for someone who suits my proposed business relationship. I am Mr. Joseph Wong, bank officer with the Hang Seng Bank Ltd of Hong Kong. I will need you to assist me in executing a business project from Hong Kong to your country. It involves the transfer of money. Everything concerning this transaction shall be legally done without hitch.
Once the funds have been successfully transferred into your account, we shall share in the ratio to be agreed by both of us. Contact me on my confidential Email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) I shall furnish you with more information about this operation immediately I receive a positive response from you.
If you don’t know computers you could get caught with this email:
sent from: Yahoo! <email@example.com>;
From: Yahoo! <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2012 9:03 AM Subject: Verify Account
To avoid being shut down, Please log on yahoo.com/verify to update your account.
Thank you for helping us serve you better
NEVER click on a link in an email, navigate to the home page yourself. Also if you do think that you need to click on something, do yourself the favor and hover your mouse over the link for a few seconds, the lower left corner of your browser should show you the address where the link will take you. In this case it tried to take me to http:// www. dentonkukahiko.com/ /verify-account/ which as you can tell has NOTHING to do with Yahoo!. Another good hint about an emaisl validity is the icons in the email itself, a company such as Yahoo, will always have their logo in the email…this email didn’t have one.
Just do yourselves a big favor and always look twice at your email.s
Of course he’s a random friend who pulled my name from the internet Business directory….which one I want to know
sent from: <email@example.com>;
From: Mr Maxwell Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Sent: Sunday, October 7, 2012 5:23 PM Subject:Dear Friend.
My name is mr maxwell moore. I got your contact email address from the internet Business directory and decided to contact you for this transaction that is based on trust.I need your urgent assistance in transferring the sum of ($10.5m) million to your account.The transfer is risk free on both sides hence you are going to follow my instruction till the fund is transfered to your account
Having gone through a methodical search,I decided to contact you hoping that you will find this proposal interesting. Please on your confirmation of this message and on indicating your interest, I will furnish you with more information as i get our reply.
From: joy dioma <email@example.com> To: Sent: Sunday, September 2, 2012 11:11 AM Subject: HI DEAR
Dear Compliments to you and i hope you are doing great. Please Can we be friends? I am looking for a true and sincere friend for relationship. I will tell you more about me when i get a reply from you ok. Regard joy
From: saidur rahman <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 6:03 AM Subject: Hello
Compliment of the day to you.( Mr.Saidur rahman ), I am sending this brief letter to solicit your partnership to transfer $10.5million US Dollars. I shall send you more information and procedures when I receive a positive response from you through my private email address ( email@example.com).
I’m impressed that they trust me that much. However I will point out a major mistake they made.
They give me a link to track the money order, It looks like a secure link because it is https, however Western Union doesn’t start addresses with a domain of wumt… they least they could have done is hide the link address under false text.
From: Nadia Zongo <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2012 11:58 PM Subject:Attention: Beneficiary,
I write to inform you that because of your much delay, your cheque has been converted and deposited with Western Union for transfer and they have already sent you $5,000.00USD through Western Union as they have been given the mandate to transfer your full compensation payment of(USD$1.500,000.00 ) via Western Union Money Transfer .
I would have given you the information through phone but hackers were many. So i decided to email you the MTCN and sender name so that you can pick up this $5,000.00USD to enable them send another$5,000.00USD by tomorrow as you know that they will be sending you only $5,000.00USD per day. The fund was send in the name which you use in opening your e-mail address. Please pick up this information and rush to any western union to pick up the $5,000.00USD and send an email back to director, to enable him send you another payment by tomorrow.
Email me once you picked up this $5,000.00USD today. Please, contact Mr.Ronald Jones (Foreign Operation Director Western Union ) if there is any problem below is the email address ( email@example.com ) once you picked up this $5,000.00USD today.
You can as well track your money on our western union tracking site online: