These scammers must be getting really desperate for money. Just look at all the purdy pitchers in this scam-mail! This is just another Nigerian 419 "United Nations" scam, but they're trying too hard to make it look legitimate. I'm not even sure who this "Dr. Peter Well" is. The claim is that he's the "West African UN Secretary," but there doesn't seem to be any information about him on the internet, other than on other websites that list this scam. This is the first I've seen of it.
Well, if you get this one, you can delete it, or you can scambait the scammers. I like the latter, but I'm actually not very good at it. The idea is to keep them bugging you until they give up. Use your imagination; just don't send them any money. That way, while they're bothering you, they won't be trying to scam anyone else. This entry is linked here, near the top of the page, with a banner that says "Main Bodies." Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you!
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