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.
#14575 by Ralph Sun Oct 04, 2009 10:02 am
I received this email into the email address I have posted below, you do need to wonder what drives a scammer to harvest an email address from a scam victim support site, but it does show the importance of not posting your email address on websites

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mr. Charles Ampofo. <[email protected]>
Date:
Subject: From Mr. Charles Ampofo
To:


From Mr. Charles Ampofo
Tel: +233240089071

Greetings to You

My names are Charles Ampofo, Head of Corporate Affairs Department with
Amalgamated Bank Ghana Ltd and account officer to late Mathew L Tallman. I want
to make a proposal of business transaction value sum of $35,000,000.00. (Thirty
Five Million Dollars only) only in my branch if you can cooperate. This money
belongs to Late Matthew L. Tallman, a young American army who also owned a
pharmaceutical company here in Ghana. Unfortunately he lost his life in the
helicopter crash on their mission for operation Iraqi Freedom on August 22,
2007.For your perusal; I want you to check this
(http://www.militarycity.com/valor/2990729.html).

I now seek your Cooperation and support to have you stand in as a next of kin
to the late deceased, so that we shall claim and share the money between us %60
for me and %40 for you. All documentations will be carefully and legally worked
out for the release of this money.

I need to know if you will be able to handle this with me before I explain to
you in details how we can proceed. Look forward to discussing this opportunity
further with you in more detail shortly.

Sincerely,
Mr. Charles Ampofo.
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