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message ive just received from ABIDJAN!!!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by tissa2, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. tissa2

    tissa2 Junior Member

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    If anyone wants some investment in there methods, you could try contacting this person!! :confused: Im not going to take it up as they shouted the whole thing at me... How rude! :p

    ----Message----

    FROM : OLIVE KARUNA,

    DEAREST ONE,

    PERMIT ME TO INFORM YOU OF MY DESIRE OF GOING INTO BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH YOU.I GOT YOUR NAME AND YOUR CONTACT IN ONE OF DIRECTORYS. I PRAYED OVER IT AND SELECTED YOUR NAME AMONG OTHER NAMES DUE TO IT'S ESTEEMING NATURE AND THE RECOMMENDATIONS GIVEN TO ME AS A REPUTABLE AND TRUST WORTHY PERSON I CAN DO BUSINESS WITH AND BY THEIR RECOMMENDATIONS I MUST NOT HESITATE TO CONFIDE IN YOU FOR THIS SIMPLE AND SINCERE BUSINESS.

    I AM OLIVE KARUNA, THE ONLY CHILD OF LATE MR AND MRS JOSHUA KARUNA, MY FATHER WAS A VERY WEALTHY COCOA MERCHANT BASED IN ABIDJAN, THE ECONOMIC CAPITAL OF IVORY COAST BEFORE HE WAS POISONED TO DEATH BY HIS BUSINESS ASSOCIATES ON ONE OF THEIR OUTING TO DISCUSS ON A BUSINESS DEAL. WHEN MY MOTHER DIED ON THE 20 OCTOBER 2002, MY FATHER TOOK ME SO SPECIAL BECAUSE AM MOTHERLESS.BEFORE THE DEATH OF MY FATHER ON 19TH NOVEMBER 2006 IN A PRIVATE HOSPITAL HERE IN ABIDJAN.

    HE SECRETLY CALLED ME ON HIS BEDSIDE AND TOLD ME THAT HE HAS A SUM OF US$6,500,000 (SIX MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS) )LEFT IN A SUSPENSE ACCOUNT IN A LOCAL BANK HERE IN ABIDJAN, THAT HE USED MY NAME AS HIS ONLY DAUGHTER FOR THE NEXT OF KIN IN DEPOSIT OF THE FUND.HE ALSO EXPLAINED TO ME THAT IT WAS BECAUSE OF THIS WEALTH THAT HE WAS POISONED BY HIS BUSINESS ASSOCIATES, THAT I SHOULD SEEK FOR A FOREIGN PARTNER IN A COUNTRY OF MY CHOICE WHERE I WILL TRANSFER THIS MONEY AND USE IT FOR INVESTMENT PURPOSE ,(SUCH AS REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT).SIR/ MADAM, I AM HONOURABLY SEEKING YOUR ASSISTANCE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS.

    1) TO PROVIDE A BANK ACCOUNT WHERE THIS MONEY WOULD BE TRANSFERED
    2) TO SERVE AS THE GUARDIAN OF THIS FUND.
    3) TO MAKE ARRANGEMENT FOR ME TO COME OVER TO YOUR COUNTRY TO FURTHER MY EDUCATION AND TO SECURE A RESIDENTIAL PERMIT FOR ME IN YOUR COUNTRY.

    MOREOVER, SIR, I AM WILLING TO OFFER YOU 15% OF
    THE TOTAL SUM AS COMPENSATION FOR YOUR EFFORT INPUT
    AFTER THE SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER OF THIS FUND TO YOUR
    NOMINATED ACCOUNT OVERSEA.FURTHERMORE, YOU CAN INDICATE YOUR OPTION TOWARDS ASSISTING ME AS I BELIEVE THAT THIS TRANSACTION WOULD BE CONCLUDED WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS YOU SIGNIFY INTEREST TO ASSIST ME.

    Your Full Name............................?

    Your Age..................................?

    Your Country..............................?

    Your Occupation...........................?

    Your Personal Mobile N$B(B....................?


    ANTICIPATING HEARING FROM YOU SOON.
    EMAIL : Email removed

    THANKS AND GOD BLESS.

    BEST REGARDS.

    OLIVE KARUNA


    ------Message end-------

    I wouldnt take it to seriously folks, i just thought i would share such a generous email with you all.... Cheers.
     
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  2. kaizersuzi

    kaizersuzi Junior Member

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    Typical of a nigerian scam that been around for long time.
    I suggest that you remove the email address so some idiots would not use it to contact that scamer.
    I don't think that BHW moderators would like to be part of this scam and advertising it.
     
  3. tissa2

    tissa2 Junior Member

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    Your right, ive removed it... cheers, couldnt have the thought on my mind that someone had done such a thing...
     
  4. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I thought I was reading a Indiana Jones movie plot...LOL
     
  5. The Scarlet Pimp

    The Scarlet Pimp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    ever see that saturday night live episode that was hosted by eva longoria? they did
    an award show skit called, 'the spammies' that featured prizes for the best spam.

    they introduced the nigerian gentleman who promised to send you money if you'd give him
    your bank account information. then they brought out the sick kid who'd get well if
    everyone forwarded his emails.

    it was very funny! :D
     
  6. mikey29

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    I get 5 of these a day/
     
  7. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Now ive actually always wondered what these people do once they get your bank details.... i mean i would setup a brand new account that couldn't go into debt and set it up overseas. Then wait for them to transfer the money in.... and just leave it in there.... build up the interest on it and then take out the interest only and leave there money that they send in there and carry on.

    Don't have a clue how these people work but i would never send them money but i know that some of them send the money then when you take it out they then retract their payment and so you have to find that money again somehow.

    mmmm maybe im just over tired
     
  8. Sweetfunny

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    There is no money, they ask you for money for bank fees etc to "release" the millions.
     
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  9. shylesson

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    Heard on the radio yesterday about a canadian woman scammed out of $300,000 due to a nigerian scammer who 'romanced her' and said he was going to marry her [they never met before even], but just ended up bamboozling her. I'm shocked. Shocked she let it go on for so long, but it's also sad that someone's life is so bare that they must fall in love with someone they never met and send them such masses of money!
     
  10. tissa2

    tissa2 Junior Member

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    I guess theres alot of people who get drawn into these kind of things... Its just a shame that the people who get caught out are the vulnerable ones...
     
  11. 4alllifestyles

    4alllifestyles Junior Member

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    It would be really interesting to BlackHat the Nigerian Scammers.. I mean, go along with their email, lead them along. Then give them a VERY SPECIAL Bank Account Number.

    One that has a standing order that whenever another bank account request comes into it from outside your own country.. To not let any money go out, Then reverse wire all the Nigerian money into the account and sweep it away to Latvia or Switzerland or the Caymans or something.

    If I were a Bank I'd sure think about it.
     
  12. dazito

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    There is a site that scamms the nigerians scammers, pretty funny to read it :)
    3w.419eater.com

    have fun ;)
     
  13. ibnorm

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    Why do Nigerians put everything in capitol letters?
     
  14. 1renegade

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    Too funny. I find it hard to believe that people fall for that stuff.
     
  15. Namun

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    www*419eater*com/html/okorie.htm

    Check out this one.

    "Congratulations to Nicholas Okorie for being the first scammer on the planet to be suckered into having a tattoo!"
     
  16. loophole

    loophole Registered Member

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    Watch out Nigerian shit.

    My friend was recently invited to apply for a job at Shell UK, then he was contacted by phone that he's been selected, and employment contract coming in the mail.

    He got the contract and was completely hooked, but since he's never been abroad before he thought of seeking advice from me and that's when I woke him up.

    He was still in disbelief thinking (perhaps like that Edmonton woman at http://***********/scammingcanada ) that I want to limit his success.

    But fortunately the incidence ended well. This morning he received a phone call from country code +234 asking him to send some $400 as fee to process his UK work permit.

    Now he knows I was right.

    Just hit the SCAM button. If you want to see what would happen or how you could outsmart them at their own game save yourself time and resources and visit www*419eater*com where you'll find a looong list of documented counter attacks.

    Cheers
     
  17. wenczmastah

    wenczmastah BANNED BANNED

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    Millions of nothing but lies.. I got one on my old email yesterday. I replied "You Suck" :p