Have you heard of the Nigerian email scam?
Dear friend: I’m asking for your help. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I am unable to directly withdrawal my money due to problems with the Nigerian government. I can, however,
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send it to an account in the United States. If you will give me your account number I will deposit it in to your account and you will send it to me. In exchange, I will give you a portion of it. You can keep $20,000. Just reply with your bank account information and I will transfer it right away.
Here is a real example of a letter that came to my e-mail:
“Good Day,My name is Mr. Jerry Ntai,
I am the Head of Operation in Mevas Bank, Hong Kong. I need your assistance in effecting a transaction worth $21.5m I intend to give 30% of the total funds as compensation for your assistance.”