Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#1431 by dlcooper Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:56 am
A quick way to confirm that the following is a scam is to put one of the badly written phrases, such as "how much you need as loan so that i can provide", into a search engine. There are plenty of hits, except that the name and email address of the supposed sender changes.

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(envelope-from <[email protected]>)
Subject: Affordable Loan Offer
From: Mrs Cindy Leonando <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected]
Return-Path: [email protected]


Good day,

I am Mrs Cindy Leonando a money lender i give out loan to all in
need of
help.Are you looking for money to pay bills?I want you to know that i
can help you with loan and i will be glad to offer you a loan.
I give out home loans

Car loans
Mortgage loans
Business Loans
International Loans
Personal Loans

If you are in need of loan in your next email i want you to let me know

how much you need as loan so that i can provide you my loan terms and
conditions.You can contact me Via this email address
[email protected]

BORROWERS INFORMATION
Your names ................................
Your country...............................
Your address ................
Your Age...............................
Your Fax Number...................
Your occupation..........................
Your marital status ......................
Current Status at place of work.........
Sex...................................
Phone number..............................
Monthly Income...............................
Amount Needed...........................
Duration..................................

Thanks for your co-opperation.

Mrs Cindy Leonando

Never trust a smiling duck.
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