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Re: 419 with a twist
On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 13:09:56 -0000, "Stephen J. Wilcox" <email@example.com> said: > > for amusement thought the list might like to see my latest 419 email with not a > single african government official in sight. amused us all here anyhow, not s een > anything like this before! I can do you one better (though it's possible these guys are both cashing in *AND* actually legit.. ;) Spam from investigate@INVESTIGATENIGERIANS.COM: Dear Sir /Madam, If you are currently considering or presently engaged in a business transaction with a Nigerian whose legitimacy you can not confirm or you might as well be involved in a transaction regarding transfer of funds, whose authenticity you are not sure of.Or have you been the brunt of an extensive swindle and you are interested in locating the individuals that conned your money away from you? Then we can be of assistance to you.You can visit us at our website www.investigatenigerians.com <http://www.investigatenigerians.com/> for more information, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> All inquires will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Yours Sincerely, Mr. Francis Aniekwu. Chief Investigator. Note: Due to the recent alarming rate of 419 activities, we unadvoidably have to adopt the same pattern of these 419 operators, which is mass-mailing. This mail was sent to you randomly, so please forward to friends or family who might end up being or were victims of an elaborate swindle that involved Nigerians.