Nigeria Connection wieder aktiv!

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Anonymous

Hallo zusammen,

nach einiger Zeit der Funkstille ist die Nigeria Connection wieder verstärkt aktiv geworden und sucht Dumme, die auf den Blödsinn reinfallen.
Entspreche Beschwerden an die Provider sind schon unterwegs.

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From: "s_yusuf_a" <[email protected]>
To: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
X-EXP32-SerialNo: 00002789
Subject: BUSINESS PROPOSAL (CONFICENTIAL)
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FROM: ENGR. SADIQ YUSUF.

ATTN: DEAR FRIEND,

REQUEST FOR URGENT BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP.
First, I must solicit your strictest confidentiality in this transaction. This
is by virtue of its nature as being utterly confidential and 'top secret'. You
have been recommended by an associate who assured me in confidence of your
ability and reliability to prosecute a transaction of great magnitude
involving a pending business transaction requiring maximum confidence.

We are top officials of the Federal Government Contract Review Panel who are
interested in importation of goods into our country with funds which are
presently trapped in Nigeria. In order to commence this business we solicit
your assistance to enable us transfer into your account the said trapped
funds.

The source of the fund is as follows: During the last Military Regime here in
Nigeria, the Government Officials set up companies and awarded themselves
contracts which were grossly over-invoiced in their various ministries. The
present Government set up a Contract Review Panel and we have identified alot
of inflated contract sums which are presently floating in the Central Bank of
Nigeria ready for payment. However, by virtue of our position as civil
servants and members of the panel, we cannot acquire this money in our names.
I have therefore been delegated as a matter of trust by my colleagues of the
panel to look for an overseas partner into whose account we could transfer the
sum of US$21,320,000.00 (Twenty-one Million Three Hundred and Twenty Thousand
U.S Dollars). Hence we are writing you this letter.

We have agreed to share the money thus;

1. 20% for the Account owner (you)
2. 70% for us (The officials)
3. 10% to be used in settling taxation and all local and foreign expenses.

It is from our 70% that we wish to commence the importation business. Please
note that this transaction is 100% safe and we hope to commence the transfer
latest seven (7) banking days from the date of receipt of the following
information by E-mail,your name, your companys name and Address, Telephone and
fax numbers.

The above information will enable us write letters of claim and job
description respectively. This way we will use your companys name to apply
for payment and re-award the contract in your companys name.
We are looking forward to doing this business with you and solicit your
confidentiality in this transaction.
Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter using the above E-mail address.
I will bring you into the complete picture of this pending project when I
shall have heard from you.

Yours faithfully,
ENGR.SADIQ YUSUF.

N.B: PLEASE RESPOND THROUGH THIS ALTERNATIVE EMAIL ADDRESS [email protected]
 

SprMa

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Nigeria-Connection

Man könnte meinen, daß diese Art des Geldmachens mittlerweile ausgelutscht ist. :roll:
Hierüber war auch ein nettes Essay in der c't 14/02...

Wer auf solche Mails antwortet oder sogar Geld überweist, für den habe ich keinerlei Mitleid, wenn es dann "wiedererwartend" doch nichts wird, mit den Millionen von Euro. "Wer konnt auch vermuten, daß dies keine seriöse Mail war..."

Aber leider ist mit der Gier des Menschen immernoch am meisten Geld zu machen.


Matthias
 

Heiko

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Alte Indianerweisheit: wenn der weiße Mann Dollarzeichen in den Augen hat schaltet er das Hirn aus.
 
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