— On Sun, 2/8/09, Dr. Garrett Kenneth <email@example.com> wrote:
> From: Dr. Garrett Kenneth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: INHERITANCE NOTICE
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Sunday, February 8, 2009, 6:53 AM
> Hello Friend,
> This is to notify you again for the last time that you have
> been listed as an Heir to the total sum of ‘Ten Million
> Six Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds’ in the
> codicil and last testament of the deceased (Name now
> withheld since this is our second letter to you). Our
> contact to you is based on the legal fact that you bear the
> same last name identity with the deceased therefore we can
> present you as the heir to the inheritance.
> All legal papers will be processed on your acceptance of
> this deal. We request that you kindly forward to us your
> letter of acceptance; your current telephone and fax numbers
> and a forwarding address to enable us file necessary
> documents at our high court probate division for the release
> of this sum of money.
> Please indicate your interest immediately via my private
> email for us to proceed. I shall feed you with full details
> of this transaction upon receipt of your reply towards this
> Best Regards,
> Dr. Garrett Kenneth.
> Tel: +44-703-596-4009.
hello Mr. Garret,
thanks for the information you provided me. I am very happy to see that I am the heir to so large an amount of money.
Kindly accept this as my letter of acceptance, and please tell me what next I can do to claim all these moneys. Please give me a postal address where I can forward all the information you have requested.
Your reply is awaited.
The original scam email came from firstname.lastname@example.org