RE: [DMCForum] nigerian money scams - yep its off topic.
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RE: [DMCForum] nigerian money scams - yep its off topic.

These guys do it the best. If you can, get the asshats to take a picture.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Dore [mailto:dmcjohn@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 3:31 PM
> To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [DMCForum] nigerian money scams - yep its off topic.
> Hey Lads,
> I'm enjoying exchanging emails with a guy in Nigeria at the moment,
> and thought I'd post the details so far here, maybe you'll be able to
> help me out with f*cking with this guy!
> I swear if I end up with $6 million, I'll buy you a really nice
> DeLorean each! Farrar I'll buy you a 24karat gold trumpet, and one of
> the gold deloreans to go with it.
> John
> Hi Sule,
> Thanks for your reply. I worked out that you are offering me $2.7
> million for my part in this deal. In another part of your email you
> mentioned that my share was negotiable. I think I deserve more money
> for helping you out like this - I would like a $6 million cut. Please
> let me know how this sounds to you? I hope you don't think I am being
> greedy, but I have large gambling debts that I need to pay off, and
> also I would like to buy a nice house for myself in Beverly Hills,
> California, which has always been a dream of mine. I hope we can work
> together to achieve this dream!
> Of course, I am willing to negotiate on my $6 million asking price
> also.
> Hope to hear from you soon,
> John
> ----Original Message Follows----
> From: "Sule Oketayo" <soketayo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: "John Dore" <dmcjohn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Re:
> Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 20:46:37 +0100
> Dear John,
> I appreciate your willingness to take part in a business of this
> magnitude. Without any doubt, you will be approaching with a lot of
> caution, as there are many false claims similar to mine out there. I
> am very pleased that you have given me the opportunity to prove
> myself and I assure you that with your full co-operation, we will
> conclude the business within two weeks.
> As I have told you, there is an account with my bank (Eagle Bank PLC)
> belonging to a deceased foreigner. His name is Harry Ardel. Since his
> death in 1998, several attempts have been made by the bank to trace
> any of his relatives but none was found. I was the head of a panel
> set up in 1999 to trace any beneficiary for the deposit but none was
> found. Since then, I have been closely monitoring the account to see
> if anyone will claim it but nobody did. Last year (2002) I set in
> motion a plan to claim the money and I assure you that everything
> will be 100% risk free as proper banking and legal protocols will be
> followed in making the transaction.
> As you know, this business is concerned with inter-bank transfer and
> with the advent of online banking systems the money can be moved from
> any part of the world to any where in the world. Our main aim is to
> make sure that the money floating in this account is claimed by
> presenting you as the beneficiary and as the head of foreign
> operations at Eagle Bank PLC I can authorize foreign fund remittance
> without raising any suspicion.  I also have two colleagues involved
> and they are in strategic positions at the bank to ensure fast and
> hitch-free transfer. Together we have worked out the logistics for
> transferring the money by acquiring legal approval for the transfer
> into the account of your choice. You will be positioned as the next
> of kin and a next of kin beneficiary identification certificate and
> payment approvals will be obtained in your name. Thereafter, we shall
> put in an application for the remittance of the fund into the account
> chosen by you.
> As I mentioned in my initial letter to you 20% of the total sum for
> your help, 10% will be used to pay off all the necessary fees/charges
> involved in the transfer. 25% will go to two other officials of Eagle
> Bank that are with me in this and whose positions will greatly help
> in expediting the transfer. I will be taking 45%. I do hope you
> accept this sharing formula. Please note that I need a foreigner for
> the business because the deceased man was a foreigner and presenting
> a local person to claim the money will look suspicious to the bank
> authority. At the conclusion of the transfer I will meet you for the
> sharing of the money. I plan to invest the bulk of my share in your
> country with your kind assistance. Please do not nurture any fear, as
> this business is absolutely risk-free.
> It is my expectation that this business will be concluded within 14
> working with your full co-operation. I hope to speak to you in the
> next few days but language barrier might be a problem because I do
> not speak your language. DO let me hear from you again soon and in my
> next letter, I will provide you the access codes to verify the
> account and money.
> With Kind Regards,
> Sule Oketayo
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Dore" <dmcjohn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <suleoketayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 1:27 PM
> Subject: Re:
>  > Hi Sule,
>  > This sounds very interesting, I want to participate. What do I
> need to do?
>  > Thanks,
>  > John
>  >
>  > ----Original Message Follows----
>  > From: "SA" <suleoketayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>  > To: dmcjohn@xxxxxxxxxxx
>  > Subject: Re:
>  > Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2004 20:24:17 -0500
>  >
>  >   suleoketayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  >
>  >
>  >   Dear Sir/Madam,
>  >
>  >   I am Sule Oketayo, the head of the Treasury Department of Foreign
>  > Operations Eagle Bank PLC of Nigeria.
>  >
>  >   In my department, I discovered an abandoned sum of
> US$13,500,000.00
>  > (Thirteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) in
> an
>  > account belonging to one of our foreign customers who died along
> with his
>  > entire family in 1998 in an auto crash. This account was open with
> the bank
>  > in 1993 and since 1998 nobody has operated it. After careful
> investigation,
>  > I discovered that the owner of this account was the president of
>  > CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LTD. Despite several attempts by the bank to
> trace the
>  > relatives/next of kin of the deceased, up to date nobody has yet
> come
>  > forward to claim the money.
>  >
>  > I later discovered that all his supposed next of kin died with him
> in the
>  > auto crash incident. I have spent the last five years monitoring
> the account
>  > and gathering necessary information and documents on it. Now that
> all papers
>  > are ready, I am asking for your assistant to release the money to
> you as
>  > next of kin or relation to the deceased for safekeeping and
> subsequent
>  > sharing.  The banking laws of Nigeria stipulates that such money,
> if
>  > unclaimed after five years of maturity, will be transferred into
> the Central
>  > Bank treasury as unclaimed effect.
>  >
>  > The request for a foreigner as next of kin in this business is
> occasioned by
>  > the fact that the customer was a foreigner and presenting a
> Nigerian as the
>  > next of kin to a foreigner could raise concerns from the bank
> management.
>  >
>  > I am ready to give you 20% of the total sum for your help. 10%
> will be used
>  > to pay off all the necessary fees/charges involved in the
> transfer. 25% will
>  > go to two other officials of Eagle Bank that are with me in this
> and whose
>  > positions will greatly help in expediting the transfer. I will be
> taking
>  > 45%. Please note that these figures are negotiable. After the
> money has been
>  > transferred to your country, I will visit your country for the
>  > disbursement/investing of my share according to the percentages we
> agree
>  > upon. Note this transaction requires utmost confidentiality and I
> am
>  > assuring you that it is 100% risk-free so you need not be afraid.
> I will not
>  > contact any other person until I am convinced that you are not
> interested.
>  >
>  > Can you please send me your phone and fax number for safer
> communication
>  > when needed. Also please kindly note that all the money to finance
> this
>  > transfer will be provided and you will not be asked to contribute
> anything.
>  > When I hear from you, I will send you an online banking access
> code with
>  > which you can log in to verify the account and balance using the
> banks
>  > online banking website.
>  >
>  > Best Regards,
>  >
>  > Sule Oketayo
>  > suleoketayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  >
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