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The Nigerian... err... Iraqi Spam
Friday, September 26, 2003
This just came in in my mail. It's the first time I've seen this one, so I thought I'd pass it on.
My name is Mrs Nancy and my husband is a Soldier trained in his country and in Israel by the United States Army. I write on his behalf to seek for your hand of cooperation in a business deal of $16 Million, which my husband?s late boss Mr SERGIO VIEIRA DE MELLO secured from Baghdad city of Iraq. My husband is currently in the military hospital due to the injury he sustained in Iraq. Most of the affected persons are receiving treatment at Jordan as well as England hospital. Based on this, he told me to seek for capable company/individual who will receive this money in his personal or company bank account through the Military Relief Group (M.R.G) as payment for the supply of relief materials to the U.S Army in Iraq. This arrangement was made and perfected by his late boss Mr SERGIO VIEIRA DE MELLO so as to make it easy for himself to claim the money using a foreign contact but unfortunately he was killed, and my husband was able to secure the information of the deposit. As a soldier that works under the secret department in the American Army,the law restricts him from such operation and all kind of movement. The money is said to be part of the over $1 billion that Saddam Hussein's family took from the Iraqi central bank just before the war began according to the Iraqi central bank employees who were interviewed by the U.S security Officers. This deal needs to be done under a confidential atmosphere to avoid implicating any of us, so keep the information you have received should be secret even if you are not in the position to work with us. The entire operation is risk free and legal as all modalities to secure the legal documents that will cover the funds are in place. I will give you the full details of the operation upon your response. Thanks, Nancy(Mrs
Posted on Friday, September 26, 2003 by Yossi Preminger:
I can't believe the Nigerian sting has mutated to a form mentioning Israel ... people must be catching on to our act. I guess since the hi-tec bubble burst it was just a matter of time until former hi-tec entrepreneurs found a new way to solicit investments ;-)
PS Congrats on your new PDA.
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