Ms Asshat would not be happy to loose her job

Another one of these scams got past gmail’s spam filters…

From: aishat jamal <aishajml@aol.de>
Subject: Good day

Good Day,
My name is Ms Aishat Jamal, …

Hello, Ms Asshat.

… a member of the contract award and monitoring committee of ministry of urban and rural development. My duty as empowered by the Mauritius Government is to provide the basic amenities, social recreational activities in urban and rural areas. These programs include assistance to deprived local communities and to co-ordinate project and development at the national levels.

Isn’t that nice.

In the course of these projects, I was been able to secure some reasonable amount of US$4.5M (Four Million,Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) as commission from various contractors resulting from over invoicing, hence all the necessary approvals has been completed. This approved fund is now packaged and dispatched through diplomatic means to a security vault. The funds were first deposited in a company before I arranged for its movement using decoy purporting that the fund belongs to an expatriate/company.

That’s pretty sloppy bookkeeping, if you ask me.

As a Government official, I am not allowed to operate or open a foreign bank account hence you need to stand as the beneficiary and claim this fund on my behalf from the receiving vault.

That’s so sad.

The sharing ratio will be subject to negotiation. My share of the business will be invested under your recommendations and guide as a joint venture business.

OK — me 100%, you 0% — how about it?

I would greatly appreciate your assistance. Please respond to my private email address aishajml@aol.de for more details on how we go about this.

.de? I thought you said you were from Mauritius. Can’t you do better than a private email address at AOL Germany?

I look forward to hearing from you and be warned that confidentiality is the nature of this business because I would not be happy to loose my job.

Good luck on the new job hunt, Ms Asshat.

Best regards
Ms Aishat Jamal

Ms Asshat, why are you sending email from Germany? Hmmmmmm?

7 thoughts on “Ms Asshat would not be happy to loose her job”

  1. MR>Ambrose from london and Mr.bensen Michael from Thailand both from Transworld…notified that I am the winner of Ticket n. ? and Lucky number ? available with me and Mr benson from Tailand asken me USd 270 to deliver the prize of which I doubted them and asked them instead of paying in Thailand I prefer to pay Usd 270 in London so the one to pay would verify before paying Inlondon but to verify in Thailand would have been very difficult.At lats they removed my e mail both end and it was at tha time Imy susuepision grew big
    woldu

  2. I have received an email in those lines though in my case two different people contacted me to help with collection of the parcels but same word content. One was pretenting to be a widow to former minister of finance in palestine and the other one is supposed to be a minisre of finance in south africa. Leats stop the scam! Don’t fall for it!!!!

  3. The winner suffered from remittance of award the bank or courier want pay or fees mony to transfere the overseas.
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    can not borrow it. Pls send the fund with all charges from your site either deduction from the fund or pay without deduction
    normally the winner may lost his fund.
    best reuard

  4. The winner would like to transfere the fund from microsfot site. All charges of transfering overseas should pay from microsoft
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