From: Jasmine Anthony (email@example.com)
> Dear Sales,
> I got your contact through an international fashion network.
> My name is Mrs Jasmine Anthony, a store owner in Ivory Coast, Africa.
> I'm really interested in your product and would like to be one of your
> international customers.
> My business is five years old and steadily growing. We purchase all
> kind of women clothing,jeans, t-shirts , jewelries & accessories etc
> and resell them to our local customers and it has been very profitable
> for me.
> If you are considering selling to me, then send me some of your scan
> collections with the wholesale prices.
> Ordering should be easy as I could just note down the style
> numbers and e-mail you my order list. I do hope you'll accept my Visa
> or Master credit cards as my only payment option and also hope you can
> ship Internationally
> to Ivory Coast.
> I look forward to hearing from you soon.
> Thank you,
> Mrs Jasmine Anthony - Owner
> Jasmine Fshion Boutique
> Rue 47 Immeuble Diallo-Avenue Houdaille
> Abidjan-Ivory Coast.
> My Company Reg N°: R.C N° 2856516-CC.N°020567896
Monday, August 15, 2011
The thing I found odd about this scam email is how the scammer seems to have used a "reply" to paste in to their main email (notice all the carets at the beginning of the lines). They also put their intended victim's email in the BCC field (I saw this when I looked at the full headers). I guess they were trying to cut some corners but it seems odd. The content is all the usual stuff we see over and over again.