Computer and Software Support

Transfer of money

If you receive an email from a stranger wanting you to store their money in your account, do not respond to it. It is a scam. Below is only one version of this. There are numerous different versions. The email is in blue.

Greeting from Mabel


    I am very sorry if i may violate your policy or in any way hurt your feelings by intruding into your privacy; actually, I was touched to write you, I am sincerely in need of your assistance. Please don't be offended. I felt i could make a good friend with you.


 First and foremost and brief self introduction, I am Ms Mabel Michael, 31years old and  My Husband was a highly reputable business man who operated in different part of African   during his days   he was poisoned   by his business associates in one of their outings on a business trip.


  I relyed that it was because of this wealth that he was poisoned by his relatives, and also the family of my husband is still disturbing me concern the wealth , I made up my mind to seek for a foreign partner in a country  of my choice where I will transfer this money to and use it for investment purposes.  I want you to assist me transfer the money to your account as i explain to you that this money was deposited in the bank


  My dear, I am in a sincere desire of your humble assistance in this regards. Your suggestions and ideas will be highly regarded.

 Now permit me to ask these

 Few questions:-

1. Can you honestly help me as your daughter or friend?

2. Can I completely trust you?

3. What percentage of the total amount will be good for you after the money is in your position?



Mabel  Michael


Do not respond to the email. By responding, it lets the sender know that your email address is valid. Just delete the email.