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.
#245 by benjamin Thu Jul 19, 2007 1:36 am
An example of this type of scam - a variation of the wealthy investor/next of kin type.
His fake passport can be found here:
From: Mr. Asiahman Kweku
Accra, Ghana.

Good Day,

I am writing this letter in confidence believing that if it is the wish of God for you to help me and my wife, God almighty will bless and reward you abundantly. I need a honest and a trust worthy person to entrust this hugetransfer project with. My name is Mr.Asiahman Kweku, manager of a financial institution. I got your contact through a reliabale source called database through Ghana chambers of commerce.

I am a Ghanaian married with four kids.I am writing to soliciting your assistance in the transfer of $4,550.000 U.S Dollars.This fund is the excess of what my branch in which I am the manager made as profit during the 2004 financial year. I have already submitted annual report for that year to my head office here in Accra as I have watched with keen interest as they will never know of this excess.

I have since, placed this amount of $4,550.000 U.S Dollars on an Escrow Coded account without a beneficiary (anonymous) to avoid trace.As an officer of the bank, I cannot be directly connected to this money thus I am impelled to request for your assistance to receive this money into your bank account on my behalf.

I intend to part 30% of this fund to you while 70% shall be for me. I do need to stress that there are practically no risk involved in this.It's going to be a bank-to-bank transfer. All I need from you is to stand as the original depositor of this fund so that the fund can be transferred to your account.If you accept this offer, I will appreciate your timely response to my.
private email

MR. Asiahman Kweku

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