Thursday, 2 June 2011

Urgent Fraud Alert: In Ghana we call it SAKAWA, in Nigeria it’s called 419 –I’m sick of it…..

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Subject: Re: URGENT REPLY.

Me: I’m going public with this information. I’m soooo sick and tired of sick and greedy people like you emailing me. When will this sickness stop?

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Faker: On Tue 31/05/11 10:59 AM , Prince Williams Asakuma sent:

Kind Attention,

I am Prince Willams Asakuma, From Benin i have 1000Kgs of gold that i have load for shipment to my client in Germany but final he was murdered by some of his partner, and this gold is gong to be on sea in next 5-10 days.

I will like to know if you can help and sell this gold in your country, and this gold cost 28.000 per Kg and i have 1000kgs load on a container now, if you can help get back to me with your company full details.

See more details of the gold.

Purity: 99.22%

Origin: Benin Du Republic

Price per Kg: Us$ 28.000

Total Kg loaded: 1000 kg

Total Invoice cost: US$ 28,000,000

Please kindly contact me immediately so that we can sign agreement that you will pay me once you sell this gold.

Prince Williams Asakuma
Tel: +229-99643087
Fax: +229 226 3168

ME: I'm sooooo sick of this *$%£@


  1. so the prince of nigeria has a cousin now!!

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