Denis Luseni Version: “West African advanced fee” or “419” Email Scam

This is another version of the Nigerian email scam, now being sent out by ” Denis Luseni “.

Read more about the history of this scam.

Dear Sir,

I am Mr. Denis Luseni and my sister is Miss Lilian Luseni, we are the
children of late Chief Brewa Luseni from Sierra Leone. I am writing you
in absolute confidence primarily to seek your assistance to transfer our
cash of nine Million Dollars ($9,000.000.00) now in the custody of a
private Security trust firm in Europe the money is in trunk box
deposited and declared as family valuables by my late father as a matter
of fact the company does not know the content as money, although my
father made them to under stand that the box belongs to his foreign
partner.

Source of the money:

My late father Chief Brewa Luseni , a native of Kono District in the
Northerh province of Sierra Leone, was the General Manager of Sierra
Leone Mining co-operation (S.L.M.C.) Freetown . According to my father,
this money was the income accrued from Mining Co-operation’s over draft
and minor sales.

Before the peak of the civil war between the rebels forces of Major Paul
Koroma and the combined forces of ECOMOG peace keeping operation that
almost destroyed my country, following the forceful removal from power
of the civilian elected President Ahmed Tejan Kabbah by the rebels. My
father had already made arrangement for his family thats talking about
my mother, my little sister and myself to be evacuated to Cotonou
Republic of Benin with the CERTIFICATE OFDEPOSIT he made with a security
firm in Europe through the aid of U.N evacuation team. From there we
moved to Netherlands after the death of my mother with the help of the
red cross in Benin Republic. We are now in the Netherlands in political
asylum.

During the war in my country, and following the indiscriminate looting
of Public and Government properties by the rebel forces, the Sierra
Leone mining coop. Was one of the target looted and it was destroyed. My
father including

other top Government functionaries were attaked and killed by the rebels
in November 2000 because of his relationship with the civilian
Government of Ahmed Tejan Kabbah.

As a result of my father’s death , and with the news of my uncle’s
involvement in the air crash in January it dashed our hope of survival.
The untimely deaths caused my mother’s heart failure and other related
complications of which she later died in the hospital after we must have
spent a lot of money on her early this year . Now my 19 years old sister
and myself are alone in this strange country ( THE NETHERLANDS)
suffering without any care or help. Without any relation, we are now
like refugees and orphans.

Our only hope now is in you and the box deposited in the Security Firm
To this effect, I humbly solicit your assistance in the followings ways.

1. to assist me claim this box from the security Firm as our beneficiary

2. to transfer this money (USD$9M) in your name to your country

3. to make a good arrangement for a joint business investment on our
behalf in your country and you, our Adviser/ Manager

For your assistance, I have agreed with my younger sister that 15% of
the total amount will be for your effort and another 1 % to cover all
the expenses that may incurre during the business transaction, Last, I
urge you to keep this transaction strictly confidential as no one knows
our where about.

Please as you show your willingness, Forward to us your full name,
address and Tel/ Fax numbers, to me.

earnestly awaiting your response.

TO: deluseni@mail.gr
Thanks.
May God bless you as you assist us.
Mr. DENIS LUSENI.

Author: Dave Nielsen

I started using computers in 1978 on the Apple II and was first online (using my “high-speed” 1200 baud modem) in 1989. I’ve managed web sites for several Fortune 500 companies and for internet start-ups. Working for one of those start-ups is what brought me into the world of credit. I was part of the the executive team that ran QSpace, the first company to offer credit reports over the internet.

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