How to Spot a Scam

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Mrs. Amttha Kenzo

Name: Mrs. Amttha Kenzo


Tactic Used: Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), West African "woman" trying to funnel her late husbands wealth out of the country before her relatives get wind of her operation.

From:Mrs. Amttha Kenzo
My Dearest , I am the above named person. I am married to Mr. Acqush kenzo who before his death was a wealthy cocoa Merchant here in Cote d'Ivoire. We were married for 25 years without a child. Before the death of my husband we were both born again Christians.

My Husband left the sum of US$3.8million United States Dollars in a fix/suspense account in one of the prime bank here in Cote d'Ivoire. Recently, my Doctor told me that I would not exceed more than five more months due to cancer problem. The one that disturbs me most is my blood pressure sickness. Having known my condition I decided to seek for your kind assistance to transfer this fund into your account and you will use it to train my adopted daughter who is 16yrs. You will take her as your God child and brought her up in a good and decent manner with what my late husband left behind.

I took this decision to contact because of my condition and for the facts that my husband relatives wants to size everything and throw my adopted daughter out of the inheritance. So I want to use this little time I have to achieve this arm before joining my ancestors.

Please indicate your interest and willingness in this transaction by writing back to me through the above email address. I want your maximum cooperation and keep this as confidential for security reasons.

I am sincerely waiting for your kind and urgent response as soon as your receive this mail. Thanks and God bless you.

Sincerely Yours,
Mrs Amttha Kenzo

CL Scambuster wrote:
Oh you poor feltcher. I cannot believe a sad tale you tell. It's so convincing! Gosh to think that an unsolicited could be so beneficial for me. This is the greatest email I've never asked for, yet I received it today. I almost deleted your message because it appeared in my SPAM folder, but I thought no wait, maybe this is important. Sure enough I was right, your story of me getting rich and funneling money from people I've never meet is truly appealing. I believe this is my opportunity to help you. You failed to mention what happens to your daughter. Does she come with this deal as well? I have plenty of chores that would keep her occupied for hours on end. Did you raise her to clean? Or did you raise a princess that believes everything should be handed to her? Is she hot? You seem very genuine, or as one can be in an unsolicited email. I look forward to hearing more about you. So please give me more information about yourself.

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