below is from a Scammer! Some of the emails
may not look like scams, but they all lead to the same
thing. The scammer will pay by check (cashier's check/money
order) for more then the pet is worth, then they will
ask you to send them back the difference in money. A
couple weeks later you find out the check was fake and
the bank will take it out of your account. This scam
can be set up several ways.
key points for pointing out a scammer:
1. Doesn't care much about the pet, just the transaction.
2. Says they will use their own shipper.
3. 95% of the scammers are from overseas (Nigeria, Israel, South Africa)
4. Pays you more then the pet is worth, then asks for the difference in money back.
Date Caught: 10/5/2004
IP Address: 126.96.36.199
Host Information: 188.8.131.52
Abidjan Cote d'Ivoire
Sending my sincere greetings to you in the name of our lord Jesus Christ.
My mail might come to you as a surprise since we have not met before. I came across your
contact during my search for a credible God fearing person that can handle this
transaction as it will be to the glory of God.
A turkish national was hit by a stray bullet during a military uprising in Abidjan in
sept. 2002. He was rushed to Saint Odile clinic where I happened to be the doctor on duty,
he gave up after a tough battle to save his life, he disclosed to me the deposit of some fund
s (US$16m) he had in a private security company he made. According to him this funds (US$16m)
was supposed be channeled into the spread of christianity world wide. This dream of his was
not accomplised before his untimely death
I have liassed with the security company for the funds to be released to his foreign
counterpart who will pose as his next of kin.
I'm hereby soliciting your assistance in the transfer and the proper use of this funds
to support the spread of the gospel. I am only interested in having the 10% of the
total funds as promised by the deceased. If you can handle this transaction, kindly
contact me through this email address: email@example.com
Dr. Raymond Bundor