A Message From Ralph - The Next of Kin 419 Scam
Subject: Message From Ralph.
Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2008 15:35:53 -0700
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As if the victim had his previous e-mail address. But sadly the tone of the e-mail is that of a first time acquaintance so it actually betrays the "I have a new email address!" introduction.
Another one of those cheesy generic greetings from yet another 419 scammer.
So what you are actually telling us, is that everything will not be OK until the end of the day, right?
Are you a staff of the bank? Do they use you to hit the clients if they fail to meet their repayment obligations?
So the account owner and his family have been dying in plane crashes since July 2003? Don't you think it is about time they stopped the plane from crashing? You know, one crash is enough.
Ah, the age old trick of using a newsworthy article to back your facts. Anyone can make up a lousy story like yours from a news article published on CNN.com. The news article lends absolutely no credibility to the scammer's story, so don't be fooled by this trick.
Do you still have any doubt in your mind about the intentions of this swindler. This sentence says it all: 419 INHERITANCE FUND / NEXT OF KIN SCAM!
Who do you think reads your junk mail? A trash can?
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