From: "MR. SCOTT W. ROGGER" <email@example.com>
"Mr. Scott Rogger" claims that the Nigerian government has "agreed" to "reimburse" Nigerian 419 scam victims. Each "victim" is supposedly to be "paid $3.5 million," and lo and behold, each person who gets a scam-mail from "Scott" is "listed as a beneficiary." He "wishes" to "redeem the image of 'our poor country," so the President has "ordered" the "immediate payment" to each of the affected victims. He admits to "corrupt and inefficient" banking system in Nigeria, so the "payments" are to be "made" under the "funding assistance" of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Oh, and of course, I'm not to duplicate this scam-mail anywhere, because the criminals are currently "being rounded up." More samples of the Nigerian 419 Scam are Here.
This scammer wants you to believe that the UNCC has "mapped out" $95 billion, to be paid to "foreign contractors," and he wants you to have your share. However, from the UNCC's website, it says, in part:
"The United Nations Compensation Commission was created in 1991 as a subsidiary organ of the UN Security Council. Its mandate is to process claims and pay compensation for losses and damage[s] suffered as a direct result of Iraq's unlawful invasion and occupation of Kuwait."
Also, the scammer wants you to contact his "accountant" at an accountant.com address. This is a free e-mail address, along with many others, such as lawyer.com, that you can get at mail.com. I have on myself, at rockfan.com, because, well, I'm a rock fan :o)
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In this scam, "Rosalia" claims to be a former FBI agent, and "noticed" some "unethical activity" going on with her "boss." She would never, ever be a part of it though, oh no, because she is such a "good, fine, and upstanding Christian" LOL. Having "gained our trust," she then proceeds to tell us about some "fund" that's been "approved" to pay out to us. This is simply another Nigerian 419 scam flavor. For more samples of this scam, Click Here
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