Soldier Loot Scam - Sgt. John Adams
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Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 06:01:15 -0400
From: John Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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I am Sgt. John Adams an American serving in the military with the army's,
3rd infantry division with a very desperate need for assistance from you.
I found your contact particulars in an address journal of a carrier builder's,
database and summed up courage to contact you.
I am seeking your kind assistance to move the sum of USD$4,000,000.00 (Four
Million, US Dollars) to you as far as you can assure me that this money will be
safe in your care until I and my partner comes to you.
We need a good and reliable person that we can trust to actualize this dream.
The money is from oil proceeds we intend moving it by diplomatic means or bank
transition to you for safe and secured location of your choice.
We offer to give you 30% as your share, 60% for my partner and myself.
Whereas the reaming 10% will be given out to charity home in your community,
as donation. I shall however leave out other details of this transaction until
I receive an affirmation of your desire to assist. Please contact me,
on my personal email address with this information's Below.
(1)YOUR FULL NAME
(2)YOUR MOBILE NO
(4) COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
For more details visit:
Sgt. John Adams
Yes and by sending an e-mail to a random person you have never met before will give you that assurance, right? Just think about this for a moment, if you found 4 million dollars and had to move it to a safe location, will you send an e-mail to a total stranger to help you. Off course not, so why should you believe a single word this guy is saying?
Perhaps the scammer meant remaining 10% and got a bit mixed up with the a's and i's. We see this line in almost every 419 scam these days. They always want to donate some of the money to a charity in your country. How generous of them.
Just like the Kurt Kahle Next of Kin Scam, this scammer also used a link to a news article, in an attempt to make his story more believable. Luckily the link doesn't work and serves no purpose at all. Good job John keep up the good work.
Sgt. John Adams must be a desperate man, because the spam victim received this e-mail 3 times in a row. A busy spam day, hey John?
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