The Scam Email Archive : December, 1997

The Scam Email Archive for December, 1997 contains 2 scam emails (viewing Page 0 of 0) as of Monday 16th December, 2019
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Date: 20 January, 1997

001  Classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 scam S Compliment\" From Mr. John, Please Reply Back    Mr. John Owusu
Compliment" From Mr. John, Please Reply Back
"Mr. John Owusu" <>
Dear Sir/Madam,
My name is Mr. John Owusu, a politician and an immediate past member of Ghana Parliamentary (MP). I
am a member of my party's executive committee on contract awards.
My aim of contacting you is to crave your indulgence to assist me in securing some funds abroad for
safe keeping which incidentally was kept to help me finance the just concluded elections campaign
last December 7th 2008, which the winner was finally decided through a runoff election held on 28th
December 2008.Unfortunately for my party the National Patriotic Party (NPP) lost the government
seat to our opposition Party the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
But with my immediate assistance, and contact, I was able to deposit some money in a security vault
with a commercial bank in Ghana pending when I will found a trustworthy
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Date: 03 January, 1997

002  Classified as a Generic scam G Royal Bank of Scotland Direct Banking Service: Please Verify Your Banking Password    Royal Bank of Scotland Direct Banking Service\'2007
Royal Bank of Scotland Direct Banking Service: Please Verify Your Banking Password
"Royal Bank of Scotland Direct Banking Service'2007" <>
          Royal Bank of Scotland United Kingdom_
Dear Royal Bank of Scotland Direct and Digital Banking Service client!
Our Technical Department is performing an arranged Digital Banking Service upgrade
By clicking on the link below please start the procedure of the member login confirmation:
These instructions are to be sent and followed by all members of the Royal Bank of Scotland Internet Banking
Royal Bank of Scotland Direct Banking Service does apologize for the troubles caused to you, and is very grateful for your help.
If you are not user of Royal Bank of Scotland UK please ignore this notification!
***** This is an automated message, please do n
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