Abdel Aziz $13.7 Million Foreign Account Scam
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Abdel Aziz $13.7 Million Foreign Account Scam

Abdel Aziz offers 13.7 million dollars to the highest bidder.

from abdel aziz <abdelaziz93@live.com>

to xcdustin@gmail.com

date Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 4:22 AM

subject From Mr Abdel Aziz Details and application fill it and send to the bank and call me.

mailed-by live.com

hide details Jan 19 (2 days ago)

Dear Friend,

Thanks for your call and urgent reply. My name is Mr Abdel Aziz. Am a worker in the United bank of africa Burkina Faso. This fund is left aside by our customer who was assasinated by unknown people in Iraq and left no body to claim the fund.

I am in position to transfer the fund into your foreign account. This transaction is 100% risk Free. I want you to assist me to recieve the fund of $13.7M Dollars into your foreign account for investment in your country. sir am very serious.

I have made every necessary arrangement for the smooth and success of this transaction. All i needed from you is to follow my direction and instruction, your good co-operation, seriousness and frequently access of your mail so that we can pass informations to each other. I am Ready to pass every information which the bank may request from you to claim this fund successfully. Fill the application below and send it to the bank email address and call me, Here is my personal telephone number.00226 74 24 64 69. call me for more talk

Thanks

Mr Abdel Aziz

Application specimen:

ATTN.DR.(MR.)JONAS YOGO

Foreign Remittance Manager

United Bank of Africa U.B.A

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Tel/Fax:00-226-50 -32 -72 -18

Email:ububabank@gmail.com

Dear Sir,

APPLICATION FOR THE TRANSFER OF $13.7USD (MILLON UNITED-STATES DOLLARS ONLY)FROM ACCOUNT NUMBER:$286-41732-55..

I, Mr............................ ....................) From(......................... .............................. ..)humbly applies to this bank today as next of kin to your deceased customer MR.HATEM KAMIL ABDUL FATAH IN IRAQ who died SHOOTING FROM UNKNOW PEOPLE IN IRAQ I humbly apply putting claim over his balance with this bank valued at USD $13.7M, left in account number:$286-41732-55 .I also wish my application will be given an urgent attention as I wish this balance be released and re-transfered into my account as stated below:-

MY BANK NAME: .............................. ..................

MY BANK ADDRESS....................... ..............................

MY ACCOUNT NUMBER: .............................. .....

BENEFICIARY NAME: .............................. .............

MY NATIONALITY................... .........................

MY ADDRESS:...................... .............................. .

MY OCCPATION..................... ...................

MY AGE........................... .............................. ..

MY SEX........................... ......................

MY MARITAL STATUS........................ ..

MY EMAIL DDRESS........................ .............

MY PRIVATE PHONE/FAX NUMBER:....................... ...

Please, accept my apologies for this late application as it was due to family logistic problems consequent upon his funeral rights which have just been settled.I hope you will expedite action, thanks in anticipation of your co-operation.

Yours faithfully,

Mr....................... ,

Signature

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I've seen similar scams circulating. SO silly!

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