Wow, what a crock.. I am always amazed when someone falls for this scam. How can someone contact you "To: undisclosed recipients:" and offer to transfer millions of dollars to you, and you don't know them personally. The logic is totally baffling, yet people do fall for these scams.
From: Mr.Walter Suare [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2010 8:50 PM
To: undisclosed recipients:
Subject: Re: Attention: E-mail Owner,
My name is Mr. Walter Suarez; I work with the Federal Ministry of works and housing here in Spain. I am under political Appointment with the present government in power
My aim of contacting you is to collaborate with me to transfer the sum of (9.5 Million Euros) Nine Million Five hundred thousand Euros into your personal bank account in your country of origin for investment purposes.
I am going to invest this money in your country through your assistance and help, whereby you are going to be my Invest Manager. Please when replying I want you to tell me the type of investment that will be encourage for us to invest so that we can talk about the conditions.
Please send your phone number and I will call you OR, Please email me back to this email address: email@example.com
1) Your age............
2) Your full name and address........
3) Your marital status.........
4) Your occupation/Profession.......
5) Your direct telephone.......
6) Your Fax numbers........
Thanks and yours sincerely,
Mr. Walter Suarez