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Sister Janet Kone knows where she is going

With a touch of christianity and a story which has been told a thousand times (some of them are posted in our archives), this one is obviously trying to lure believers in God to part with their money for Christmas. On an aside note, this one was obviously sent from a Yahoo website serving an eastern cyrilic language, at the same time quoting an e-mail account from yahoo.fr. ———- Forwarded message...

What does Sarah Al Bin Fazal have to do with Mikhail Khordokovsky?

Here’s a classic mistake a lot of the African crooks make. They send a message which does not agree with the e-mail account sending it. Now I for one, would not believe a tale like this one for just for that reason. On the other hand, why would anybody who had Mikhail Khordokovsky’s money in his possession need me to help transfer his cash anywhere? They would already have all the right contacts...

A deceased account in Burkina-Faso

The only interesting point about this e-mail is the e-mail address didia44@zudah.org. There is a registered domain Zudah.org. It belongs to a woman with an address in California. The question is, how did Didia get a working e-mail address from there? I am waiting for an answer, so we will have to wait and see if there really is an e-mail account there or not. ———- Forwarded message...

Quien Jelo ist at it again

The first message from Quien Jelo was posted on the 29th of April. This one is the exact same message with the difference it was sent from another e-mail account. Here’s the e-mail details: ———- Forwarded message ———- From: JELO Date: May 5, 2008 3:33 PM Subject: HAPPY TO MEET YOUR CONTACT ONLINE AND NEED YOUR HELP,please call me at 00229 97689290 To: reply-to ...

Here’s one claiming to come from Charles Soludo

This one is made to look as though it officially comes from the Nigerian Central Bank from the Boss himself. As with all fraud e-mails this one is sent through a freemail address, so it can’t be come from the Bank itself. And, I am sure that Professor Soludo wouldn’t send it through a private e-mail account. So it can only be a Scam e-mail right? ———- Forwarded message...

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