Dear Sir ,
How is life with you today, I hope to do , and delicious ? let me introduce myself a bit , I'm Robert Fellaini Diplomat Diplomatic Agent for skilled work experience in Europe, Africa and Asia, my years till date. I am writing to the United Nations office in Ghana , I am to pass two luggage boxes in your home country Hungary boxes sent General Adrian Bradshaw Afghanistan, some soldiers who are heading to Mali for peacekeeping where i can find the name, address, telephone number and e -mail address attached to luggage transportation.
Sir , this is to notify you that I am the Kotoka International Airport in Accra Ghana I have a little problem with the airport authorities know that the box does not think we need to look for so the President's Working Group I took the boxes to the ware house demanding task of customs clearance document will be the sum of € 1000 euro , so I tried to call , but I just explore a little note attached to the package of General Adrian John Bradshaw did not understand the English language that I prefer to send you an e- mail and given to the Hungarian language for better understanding . so I wrote to inform you of this node with the issues going on at the airport, so I was able to secure the box before the end of today , ma'am.
Please Madam at this point I want you to be patient while I will always keep you updated with the shipment. Note: Look at the diplomatic identity card and international passport attached with her husband near the boxes into the storage building attached to the e -mail , while looking forward to your urgent response
Dip : Fellaini Robert
Mobile: +233244494335This letter was referred to by a soldier in Afghanistan diplomattától deductible, the package was $ 5 million! When I found out I could not believe that someone so wants to blackmail me, and I said I did not send money because my husband was sent, I do not have the money and he finaszroza the costs incurred, photos showed who he is because they do not know how to attach photos, so I can not be attached, but I attach a letter from her readers even el4
From: diplomat robert Fellaini [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 28, 2013 1:33 PM
Subject: RE: Diplomát Fellini Robert
Tiszteletben tartva kapom az e-mail, kérjük, ezt előre nem Niether tőlem, vagy, vagy általános, de az Airport alkotmány, hogy a dokumentum, hogy én tud lépni a szállítás. Épp most meg az árfolyam, és ez az az összeg, hogy fizetni a pénznemet (1000 Euro = 292.995 forint), így el kell küldeniük (292.995 forint), Ugently, hogy a II nem fog hiányozni a járat tartozik.
Kérjük, Madam várom a sürgős választ, hogy én adhat részleteket és arról, hogyan kell küldeni a pénzt Átfedés Via Moneygram vagy a Western Union.
Dip: Fellaini Robert
Mobil: +233 244 494 335 sztelt Sir,
With due respect I receive the email, please do not forward Niether me or, more broadly, but the Airport Constitution, the document that I can move on to the delivery. I was just at the exchange rate, and this is the amount to pay for their currency (Euro 1,000 = £ 292,995), so you should send (HUF 292,995), Ugently that II will not miss your flight equipment.
Please wait for your urgent response Madam, that I can give you details and information on how to send the money Overlay Via Moneygram or Western Union.THIS IS THE ORIGINAL ENGLISH
Dotti wrote:Your suspicions were correct. Those emails were written by an African scammer, not an American soldier.
Only in the world of scammers are there hundreds of boxes of money laying around to just pick up and keep. In reality, if a soldier did find money in a raid (something that has actually only happened once in this war, years ago), it would be turned in to the US military. It would not be burned, and any soldier who tried to keep it would be in serious trouble, and would end up in prison.
He hadn't asked for money yet, but he was about to. His intention was to send the (nonexistent) box of money to you, but it would be stuck in customs, or the "delivery agent" would run into problems, and would contact you, telling you that you have to send money to release the package. Of course in reality, there is no package, and the only money that is supposed to change hands is your money, going to the scammer.
Notice also how he says "your country" instead of actually listing the name of your country. That is because he is sending the same letter to people in different countries, and he doesn't want to have to take the time to change the country name in his letters.
If he contacts you again, ignore him.