It’s 2018 but I guess enough people STILL fall for this sort of thing to make it still worth trying? Another variation of that old, familiar email scam. And, if you’re unfamiliar with Burkina Faso, click here.
My Dearest Friend,
I am MR. PAUL ARUNA, The chief auditor in one of the bank in West African, One of our customers, with his entire family was among the victims of plane crash and before his death, he has an account with us valued at $27.2 million us dollars (twenty-seven million two hundred thousand us dollars) in our bank and according to the Burkina Faso law, at the expiration of Ten years if nobody applies to claim of the funds a grace of five year also will be given before the money will revert to the ownership of the Burkina Faso government.
My proposals is that i will like you as a foreigner to stand in as the next of kin or distant cousin for us to claim this money, so that the fruits of this old man’s labour will not get into the hands of some corrupt government officials who will later use the money to sponsor war in Africa and kill innocent citizens in the search for political powers.
As a foreign partner which this money will be transfer into your account, you are entitle to 50% of the total money while 50% will be for me as the moderator of this transaction, Please note that there will be no problem as my bank has made all effort through to reach for any of his relation but all was fruitless.
My position as the chief auditor in this bank guarantees the successful execution of this (deal) transaction.
Please send the following if you are interested in this transaction and Please go through this site http://newswww.bbc.net.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/oxfordshire/4537663.stm
1) Your full name…..
5) Passport or photo…..
7) Personal Mobile number…..
8) Personal fax number…..
9) Home & office address…..
Please if you are interested kindly get back to me through this my private email as follow (email@example.com) for more details and more understanding about this golden opportunity.
- PAUL ARUNA.