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TITLE: Harry Potter & The Well of Scammers
SCAMMER NAME: Joyce Ozioma
SCAMMER LOCATION: Nigeria
SCAMBAITER: Shiver Metimbers

 

One of the golden rules of scambaiting is 'make your scammer do all the work'. Tie the guy up. Make his life miserable by dragging out the dealings for as long as humanly possible. What better way to keep a scammer busy than to make them copy an entire book by hand?

First of all, I get the standard 419 scam introduction from Barrister Issah.

 

From: Barrister Musa Issah
To: Arthur Dent
Date: January 23, 2006
Subject: If you will be interested to act upon on receipt of this mail

My Dear

Greetings,I know this mail may come to you as a surprise,I am Barrister Mussa Issah the solicitor/counsel to the late Sanni Abacha who was then before his death, the President/Head of State of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Just yesterday his widow wife Mrs. Mariam Abacha called to intimate me of the condition of her family over the pursuance of fund by the Government over the husbands alleged loot.

In fact, She conferred in me that her son was working with a German National only for the German to take advantage of the situation, there by setting her son up in Germany where he went to claim his father deposit. You can verify this fact your self through the German Embassy over an alleged Abacha's Son, Mr. Abba Abacha trying to pull out the sum of (US$40 M) Forty Million Dollars from the Bank.

At this point in time, She solicited my humble self to look for a reputable gentleman who will be of great assistance to the family and somebody who can take over the sum of $27M (Twenty Seven Million United States Dollars Only)which is presently deposited in a Security Company, for investment. I will later on the course of this transaction disclosed to you the Security Company accordingly.

If you will be interested to act upon on receipt of this mail, please do contact me on the enlisted contact adress and more so be kind to issue me with your current Telephone Number for prompt conversation.

Thanks for your sincere understanding while looking forward to your positive response/cooperation.

Regards,
Barrister Musa Issah

 

 

I run my handwriting routine by the barrister.

From: Arthur Dent
To: Barrister Musa Issah
Date: January 23, 2006

Dear Mr. Issah,

Thank you very much for you interesting email, it was kind of you to contact me with your proposition.

Unfortunately I am not in a position to help you at this point in time as my company are conducting a very important 4 year long research project on Advanced Handwriting Recognition and Graphology systems.

Our work is extremely intensive and vitally important for our clients. They have committed over eight million dollars to our project and we are nearing the final stages. After nearly 4 years of research and development we are now only three months away from the conclusion and I am afraid I can allow nothing to interfere with the project until its completion.

We are always looking for paid volunteers to help with our project. If you are aware of anyone who would like to earn money by helping with our project by providing samples of their own handwriting to us then please do read the submission information below. We pay US $100.00 per page of handwriting samples.

Sincerely,

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems



YOUR HANDWRITING SAMPLES WANTED TO HELP OUR RESEARCH PROJECT.

We are looking for people to submit samples of their own handwriting to add to our database of hand written text. Currently we have over three hundred thousand handwritten pages from people all over the world and we are looking for more all the time. All the handwriting is analysed by computer and the data will then be used to facilitate the completion of advanced artificial intelligence systems for our client, Cyberdyne Systems.

We are currently looking for people to submit by email attachment, scans of their handwriting samples so that we can increase the size and thus the computational power of our preliminary database.

NOTE: We will supply the text for you to copy by email attachment. You do not have to write your own story, poem etc. All that is required is that you duplicate the text we send to you in your own handwriting on paper and then scan it and return it to us by email attachment.

Handwriting samples are very valuable to our project so Singlesideband Systems are prepared to pay US $100 (one hundred dollars) for every sheet of handwritten text that is submitted to us. However please note that the MINIMUM number handwriting sample pages you can submit is 100 (one hundred). Of course, you may submit as many as you wish above that number. We would certainly take as many handwriting samples as you are able to provide.

If you think you may know anyone who may be able to help us in this project, please contact me at my email address below and we will forward you very simple instructions on how to submit your handwriting samples by email attachment.

 

 

Thankfully barrister Issah know just the people for my project.

From: Barrister Musa Issah
To: Arthur Dent
Date: January 26, 2006
Subject: Re: If you will be interested to act upon on receipt of this mail

Dear Arthur Dent

I write to acknowledge the receipt of your mail,sorry for the late response.
Thanks very much for your response, I quite appreciate despite your very busy schedule, you still make out time from no time to correspond with me.

I spoke with staffs after going through your massage this morning and all aspects of your reguest was fully deliberated on and I gave them go ahead to arrange things with you without further delay.

Contact them with below contact information as to discuss all modalities.

Mrs Joyce Ozioma esq
tel. :234-802-306-xxxx
e-mail: lawxxxxxxx@consultant.com

Mr Maurice Dim esq
Tel. :234-803-307-xxxx
E-mail: lawxxxxxxx@consultant.com

Though both telephone contact numbers are different, the email addresses are identical.

Your urgent response with the required informations/instruction will be required in order to make the project
successful.

Yours faithfully,
Barrister Musa Isah

 

 

I fire off the information to both addresses and also confirm to the barrister that contacts have been made.

From: Arthur Dent
To: Barrister Musa Issah
Date: January 23, 2006

Dear Mr. Issah,

Thank you for your reply and I can confirm that I have sent an introduction to the persons you specified.

Sincerely,

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems

 

 

Introducing Mrs. Joyce Ozioma who steps up to the plate and offers her services. Strange. Her emails are coming from exactly the same location and computer as the barrister's. I sense that I am being deceived!

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: January 26, 2006
Subject: If you will be interested to act upon on receipt of this mail

Sir'

We got your mail and the contents well noted. We were told about the handwriting research project this morning by chief Musa.B.E Isah esq and We would like to know how many samples you may require from us.

Presently, my colleagues and I are ready to sample ours, we can as well provide as many as we can from friends in various universities here in Nigeria. Kindly advice on how we will receive our reword

We anticipate the copy of the text sample by email attachment with other necessary informations.

Regards
Mrs Joyce Ozioma

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: January 26, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Thank you for your reply and your interest in my company's project.

Basically we are after as many samples as possible of your handwriting. As outlined in my previous email, the MINIMUM number of pages we can accept is 100 however we would be most delighted to receive as many as you and your colleagues are able to supply. I have supplied some sample text to this email in the form of a book in PDF format, which is the most common format for presenting text. If you have any problem reading the fie then please get back to me for more information.

If you decide to duplicate the WHOLE book in your handwriting then we pay an additional bonus payment of $4,000 as well as the standard $100 per page.Here are the rules for submission:


SUBMISSION RULES

The MINIMUM number of pages we can accept is 100 however you may submit as many as you wish.

It is very important that each A4 page matches the book pages as closely as possible, so for instance if you are copying up to page 120 of the book, you should have 120 A4 pages of your own text. The number of your pages/scans must match the page numbers of the book.


1. Payment is made only on receipt of the full 100 or more pages. Note that we do not pay any money in advance of receiving the completed pages.
2. You may if you wish submit to us one page so that we can inform you if you are producing the work correctly.
3. The paper must be lined and the layout of the A4 page must match as closely as you can the layout of each page you are copying.
4. All writing MUST be in BLACK ink/pen.

Your pages of text must match the pages of the book text, so for instance if you are copying 150 pages from the book you will have 150 pages of hand written text. It is VERY IMPORTANT that your pages are numbered the same as the pages that you are copying.


IMPORTANT: Note that we can only make one payment to you, so for instance you cannot submit 100 pages, then get paid, then submit more pages. You are only allowed to submit work once and once only.

Once you have completed your handwriting, you will then need to scan each page and then send it to us by email attachment. It is very important that the scans are large and clear. Small or unclear scans will not be accepted and payment will be refused. As a guide we generally ask that the scan width be 1200 pixels wide.

If you are not sure of any part of these instructions, please do get in touch with me for clarification by email or telephone.

Also, please let me know by what means you prefer your payment to be made.


Sincerely,

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesidband Systems

I attach the PDF file for Joyce.

 

 

A few days pass and then Joyce gets back in touch.

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 1, 2006
Subject: Re: If you will be interested to act upon on receipt of this mail

Good day sir,

I am writing to inform you that I have opened the attached book and I have commence work on the writing. I will be sending you a copy by tomorrow for approval.

Meanwhile, in my message of yesterday, I requested your telephone number(s) and your office address, as I have gone through your website and there was no telephone contact in it. I read from the site that you are currently upgrading your website, as such there was no address or telephone/fax contacts. I will appreciate you include them when replying this message.

Please respond to enable me send the first pages for approval by tomorrow.

Do have a nice day.

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

Joyce attaches a samle page.

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 2, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Thank you for your very rapid response, it is most appreciated and I congratulate you on your professionalism.

I can confirm that the sample you sent to me is 100% acceptable, thank you.

Please will you advice me how many pages you are considering to duplicate and also by what mean you wish your payment to be made?

Sincerely,

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesidband Systems

 

 

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 2, 2006
Subject: handwriting project

Dear Sir,

Thank you too for your immediate response, this gives me confidence that I am on the right track.

As I earlier informed you, I am imploying other hands to make sure that the poject is successfully completed and right on time. I am anticipating copying the entire book as you said in one of your messages that it attracts a bonus of US$4,000.00.

Regarding receiving of the payment, I will prefer western union money transfer. I will issue you with names for the collection of my payment.

I will like you to advice on how the scanning should be send. Am I to send the entire pages on your email box or are there alternative email boxes?

I am contemplating sending about 20 pages through one email box, which will be about 15 email boxes for the entire book. All the same your candid advice will equally be appreciated.

Waiting for instructions from you.

Regards,

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 2, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Thank you for your email and your payment option are entirely agreeable. Are you able to receive the payment amount in one single payment? I am asking because I know that in some countries there are restrictions on the size of Western Union payments. Please advise me.

It would be preferable to me if you send the completed scans to a spare email address that does not interfere with my normal email, therefore please send the scans to the following address: singlesideband.dent@xxxx.com any normal email should of course be addressed to this email address.

Sincerely,

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesidband Systems

 

 

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 2, 2006
Subject: Re: handwriting project

Dear Sir,

Your mail is well received and content well noted. Regarding the scanning, I will send them to the provided email box while other correspondence will be directed to this mail box as usual.

Paying me through western union as I earlier suggested will be ok as I will provide as many names as possible for the collection since it can not be sent in bulk but on a second though, I am considering the charges etc, so I am contemplating sending one of my relatives in the UK there to pick up the payment for me, that is why I earlier demanded for your address. I will appreciate you forward you address to me where the person can come for collection of my payment.

Advice me on how the charges will be paid if I provide names for sending the payment through western union to Nigeria here.

Thanks and best regards.

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 3, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Thank you for your email.

We will be paying any charges that are incurred so you need not worry about that. However, if you have contacts in the UK who would like to collect your payment from our offices then that is completely agreeable also.

Sincerely,

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesidband Systems

 

 

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 9, 2006
Subject: urgent response required

Dear Sir,

I will appreciate you call me through my number which is 234-802-306-XXXX tonight so that we can discuss as am about scanning the jobs across to you.

The scanning can not be completed in a day, that was why I asked if the total 293pages can be scanned and sent within 2 days. As I earlier notified you, I employed capable hands to complete the writing. I want you to advice on how long it will take to make payment upon your receipt of the total 293 pages.

I request for your urgent response and kind advice on the above.

Yours faithfully,

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

I didn't bother to call, but a few days later Joyce decided to call me!

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 11, 2006

Telephone call: Joyce Oziuma to Arthur Dent (205k MP3)

After the call I checked the email account Joyce was to send the work to and there is all was waiting for me:

Harry Potter 001 Harry Potter 051 Harry Potter 101 Harry Potter 151 Harry Potter 201 Harry Potter 251
Harry Potter 002 Harry Potter 052 Harry Potter 102 Harry Potter 152 Harry Potter 202 Harry Potter 252
Harry Potter 003 Harry Potter 053 Harry Potter 103 Harry Potter 153 Harry Potter 203 Harry Potter 253
Harry Potter 004 Harry Potter 054 Harry Potter 104 Harry Potter 154 Harry Potter 204 Harry Potter 254
Harry Potter 005 Harry Potter 055 Harry Potter 105 Harry Potter 155 Harry Potter 205 Harry Potter 255
Harry Potter 006 Harry Potter 056 Harry Potter 106 Harry Potter 156 Harry Potter 206 Harry Potter 256
Harry Potter 007 Harry Potter 057 Harry Potter 107 Harry Potter 157 Harry Potter 207 Harry Potter 257
Harry Potter 008 Harry Potter 058 Harry Potter 108 Harry Potter 158 Harry Potter 208 Harry Potter 258
Harry Potter 009 Harry Potter 059 Harry Potter 109 Harry Potter 159 Harry Potter 209 Harry Potter 259
Harry Potter 010 Harry Potter 060 Harry Potter 110 Harry Potter 160 Harry Potter 210 Harry Potter 260
Harry Potter 011 Harry Potter 061 Harry Potter 111 Harry Potter 161 Harry Potter 211 Harry Potter 261
Harry Potter 012 Harry Potter 062 Harry Potter 112 Harry Potter 162 Harry Potter 212 Harry Potter 262
Harry Potter 013 Harry Potter 063 Harry Potter 113 Harry Potter 163 Harry Potter 213 Harry Potter 263
Harry Potter 014 Harry Potter 064 Harry Potter 114 Harry Potter 164 Harry Potter 214 Harry Potter 264
Harry Potter 015 Harry Potter 065 Harry Potter 115 Harry Potter 165 Harry Potter 215 Harry Potter 265
Harry Potter 016 Harry Potter 066 Harry Potter 116 Harry Potter 166 Harry Potter 216 Harry Potter 266
Harry Potter 017 Harry Potter 067 Harry Potter 117 Harry Potter 167 Harry Potter 217 Harry Potter 267
Harry Potter 018 Harry Potter 068 Harry Potter 118 Harry Potter 168 Harry Potter 218 Harry Potter 268
Harry Potter 019 Harry Potter 069 Harry Potter 119 Harry Potter 169 Harry Potter 219 Harry Potter 269
Harry Potter 020 Harry Potter 070 Harry Potter 120 Harry Potter 170 Harry Potter 220 Harry Potter 270
Harry Potter 021 Harry Potter 071 Harry Potter 121 Harry Potter 171 Harry Potter 221 Harry Potter 271
Harry Potter 022 Harry Potter 072 Harry Potter 122 Harry Potter 172 Harry Potter 222 Harry Potter 272
Harry Potter 023 Harry Potter 073 Harry Potter 123 Harry Potter 173 Harry Potter 223 Harry Potter 273
Harry Potter 024 Harry Potter 074 Harry Potter 124 Harry Potter 174 Harry Potter 224 Harry Potter 274
Harry Potter 025 Harry Potter 075 Harry Potter 125 Harry Potter 175 Harry Potter 225 Harry Potter 275
Harry Potter 026 Harry Potter 076 Harry Potter 126 Harry Potter 176 Harry Potter 226 Harry Potter 276
Harry Potter 027 Harry Potter 077 Harry Potter 127 Harry Potter 177 Harry Potter 227 Harry Potter 277
Harry Potter 028 Harry Potter 078 Harry Potter 128 Harry Potter 178 Harry Potter 228 Harry Potter 278
Harry Potter 029 Harry Potter 079 Harry Potter 129 Harry Potter 179 Harry Potter 229 Harry Potter 279
Harry Potter 030 Harry Potter 080 Harry Potter 130 Harry Potter 180 Harry Potter 230 Harry Potter 280
Harry Potter 031 Harry Potter 081 Harry Potter 131 Harry Potter 181 Harry Potter 231 Harry Potter 281
Harry Potter 032 Harry Potter 082 Harry Potter 132 Harry Potter 182 Harry Potter 232 Harry Potter 282
Harry Potter 033 Harry Potter 083 Harry Potter 133 Harry Potter 183 Harry Potter 233 Harry Potter 283
Harry Potter 034 Harry Potter 084 Harry Potter 134 Harry Potter 184 Harry Potter 234 Harry Potter 284
Harry Potter 035 Harry Potter 085 Harry Potter 135 Harry Potter 185 Harry Potter 235 Harry Potter 285
Harry Potter 036 Harry Potter 086 Harry Potter 136 Harry Potter 186 Harry Potter 236 Harry Potter 286
Harry Potter 037 Harry Potter 087 Harry Potter 137 Harry Potter 187 Harry Potter 237 Harry Potter 287
Harry Potter 038 Harry Potter 088 Harry Potter 138 Harry Potter 188 Harry Potter 238 Harry Potter 288
Harry Potter 039 Harry Potter 089 Harry Potter 139 Harry Potter 189 Harry Potter 239 Harry Potter 289
Harry Potter 040 Harry Potter 090 Harry Potter 140 Harry Potter 190 Harry Potter 240 Harry Potter 290
Harry Potter 041 Harry Potter 091 Harry Potter 141 Harry Potter 191 Harry Potter 241 Harry Potter 291
Harry Potter 042 Harry Potter 092 Harry Potter 142 Harry Potter 192 Harry Potter 242 Harry Potter 292
Harry Potter 043 Harry Potter 093 Harry Potter 143 Harry Potter 193 Harry Potter 243 Harry Potter 293
Harry Potter 044 Harry Potter 094 Harry Potter 144 Harry Potter 194 Harry Potter 244  
Harry Potter 045 Harry Potter 095 Harry Potter 145 Harry Potter 195 Harry Potter 245  
Harry Potter 046 Harry Potter 096 Harry Potter 146 Harry Potter 196 Harry Potter 246  
Harry Potter 047 Harry Potter 097 Harry Potter 147 Harry Potter 197 Harry Potter 247  
Harry Potter 048 Harry Potter 098 Harry Potter 148 Harry Potter 198 Harry Potter 248  
Harry Potter 049 Harry Potter 099 Harry Potter 149 Harry Potter 199 Harry Potter 249  
Harry Potter 050 Harry Potter 100 Harry Potter 150 Harry Potter 200 Harry Potter 250  

 

 

Shortly after, Joyce emails me with her payment details.

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 11, 2006
Subject: urgent

Sir,

This is to notify you that I have completed the scanning and sent the total copies of 293 to the email box you gave to me. I urge you to check it and get back to me.

Below is the information for the payment through western union money transfer, please the names, address, text questions and answers must be exactly as it is written:-


1. NAME : PRINCE UCHENNA OLOLO
ADD : PLOT 47 TRANS AMADI LAYOUT PORTHARCOURT, RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA
Question : NAME & WHAT
ANS : OLOLO & BUILDING
AMOUNT US$8,000.00


2. NAME : DIM JUDE OKECHUKWU
ADD : 15 OLADIPO FAFORE STREET, AKOWONJO LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
Question : COLOUR
ANS : BLACK
AMOUNT US$2,300.00


3. NAME : NGOZI OGUGUA
ADD : AMADI AMA- PORTHARCOURT, RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA
Question : NAME & WHAT
ANS : OLOLO & BUILDING
AMOUNT US$8,000.00

4. NAME : JOY OZIOMA OLOLO
ADD : 1st Avenue, plot 265, 122 Rd., Gowon Estate, Ipaja - Lagos State, Nigeria.
Question : NAME & WHAT
ANS : JOYCE & WRITING
AMOUNT US$4,000.00

5. NAME : CHUKWUNONSO ANENE
ADD : WOJI ROAD, WOJI - PORTHARCOURT, RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA
Question : NAME & WHAT
ANS : OLOLO & BUILDING
AMOUNT US$8,000.00

6. NAME : DIM JUDE OKECHUKWU
ADD : 15 OLADIPO FAFORE STREET, AKOWONJO LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
Question : COLOUR
ANS : BLACK
AMOUNT US$3,000.00

Note that it is very important that you include senders name and full address when sending.

Call me through my number 234 - 802-306-XXXX immediately the payment is sent and do not for get to give me the sender's name, address and the control number through this email box.

Expecting your response.

Thanks and best regards,

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

Hmm. Looks like there are going to be six disappointed people waiting for their payments.

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 11, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Thank you for your telephone call this afternoon and also for sending in the completed work which I confirm has now been received. I shall ensure you get what you deserve as soon as possible.

Unfortunately as it is the weekend I cannot authorise your payment until Monday morning as our account department do not work on Sat/Sun however I shall arrange your payment sometime on Monday afternoon (13th Feb).

Thank you once again and I shall contact you soon.

Sincerely.

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems

 

 

After a delay of a couple of days, a frustrated Joyce gets in touch.

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 13, 2006
Subject: Anticipating the fulfilment of your words

Dear Sir,

I am writing to remind you that I am still in anticipation of the payment information. From your correspondence of Saturday, I was meant to understand that the payment will be made "sometime on Monday afternoon (13th Feb)."

Sir, I will appreciate if you give me a call as soon as the payment is made on 234 - 802-306-0032 . Please while sending the payment information, do not forget to include the sender's name, complete address and the control number through this email box.

Anticipating the fulfilment of your words.

Thanks.

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

I'll make her wait just a little longer!

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 13, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

My apologies for the delay in getting back to you. We had an emergency with one of our clients computer systems and had to send a four man team, including myself to repair a very serious problem. Unfortunately this took much longer than I had estimated and kept me away from my office for nearly two days. I shall contact you again later today to arrange payment.

Sincerely.

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems

 

 

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 14, 2006
Subject: Re: Anticipating the fulfilment of your words

Sir,

Your message of 14th February 2006 was received and content understood. I do hope that you have successfully completed the repairs.

I honestly expected the payment information just as you stated you will be arranging later today.

Mr. Arthur, to be candid with you, I am not pleased with your delay in paying me for a work I have completed for you. If you can remember, I severally asked you when my payment will be made upon completion of the project from my side, which you specifically told me 24hrs. Sir, I do hold people by their words, as such I will not want yours to be reverse. I completed my work and sent to you exactly the time I told you, which you confirmed was ok.

Please I will appreciate if you make my payment and send the transfer information to me through this email box by tomorrow.

I was even expecting we would have completed this and if possible you give me another one to handle, which I am arranging different people to do the writing as you stated in your previous correspondence that you need different handwritings. All the same, keep to your word, I have kept to mine by completing the work and sent same to you accordingly.

Meanwhile, I have been wondering why you don't pick your calls. I have tried severally in geting across to you by telephone without success, the phone will ring althrough without anyone picking, does it mean that you don't go out with your mobile phone or that you don't answer calls while working? Why is it that you don't call me on phone, at least to explain the situation of things?

Please do keep to your words regarding my payment.

I will sincerely appreciate receipt of the payment information by tomorrow.

Thanks and God bless.

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

Lets see what Joyce has to say when I accuse her partner - the original Barrister Musa who first contacted me - of being a scammer.

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 14, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Please would you explain to me why you are associating with a know 419 scammer? I have been contacted by Inspector Morse of the UK Police ( mores@xxxxpolice.co.uk ) to tell me that the person known as Musa Issah is a known felon and has been sending out many hundreds of scam emails and apparently there have been many complaints and reports about him.

I would like you to explain to me why you are connected to such a person. My company cannot be allowed to be associated with such people.

Sincerely.

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems

 

 

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 14, 2006
Subject: No information from your side yet....... why?

Dear sir

Thanks for your mail, you are well understood. I commend your intelligence but sincerely advice you to be more careful with your choice of words when dealing with people mostly nationals of countries not within your continent less it be assumed that all from your base are abusive which I know they are not having dealt with many in the past.

But if I may ask, why is it that you have not said this all these while I have not submitted the hand written samples? If you feel Mr Mussa is a known felon as you and your inspector claimed, don't you thing is better you confront him rather that seeing explanations from me.Do you feel my explanations about him will be accaptable to you?

I can not but care less of your impression about me or the body I represent but all things being equal I must not fail to make you understand that I don't have an idea of all these accusation you and your so called Inspector Morse of the UK Police is levelling against your fellow man.

I'm a sabbatherian and I so much believe in law of cammah that was why I did the job for you without asking of mobilizing fee from you couples with love and respect I have for Mr Issah. If you feel you can eat my money and get away with eat well, that is for you but I'm assuring you that you can run away in the sight of man but can never run away in the sight of the Almighy God whom I serve.

Mr Issah you are talking about is well known personality here in Nigeria and I would'nt know your reason of passing your judgment without hearing from him, my advice is for you confront him as he is in position to clear himself from the alligations .

I am only concerned with securing the payment evidence of the job I did for you to enable me pick up the money and will appreciate you go ahead and arrange the payment to day please, then you can offer me jobs next time you want upon your confirmation of truth about Mr Issah.

Thanks.

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 15, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

I am afraid you do not grasp the importance of the information that was given to me. It is not up to me to investigate Mr. Mussa, I am not a policeman or detective. I shall leave such work to the experts. I was just given a warning not to deal with him as apparently there is an imminent arrest of him and his associate due very shortly. The fact he is a scammer and a thief are not my words madam, but the words of a high ranking police officer. I would advise you to choose your own words more carefully.

I am glad that you state that you could not care less about my impression of you Mrs. Ozioma because I suspect that you are more closely associated with Mr. Musa and his activities than you are admitting to, therefore I am going to refuse to accept any work from you and the samples you have sent in to me so far shall be destroyed. You shall be receiving no payment from my company. We do not associate ourselves with criminal activity in any way, large or small.

Good day.

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems

 

 

From: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
To: Arthur Dent
Date: February 15, 2006
Subject: sorry

Sir,

I received this your message with heavy heart and could not really figure out what is actually going on, why would anyone scam or steal from you ? please your urgent answer to this question will highly be appreciated.

Ofcourse I'm closely associated with Mr. Musa and some of his activities but that does not mean I must know every of his activities. Since you have made up your mind about the informations you claimed inspector forwarded to you and based on it passed the concluded without caring to know the truth, I will not question your judgement.

However, I still can not but care less over your impression about me why because I don't see anything wrong in working for you. If you think the words I used while expressing my feelings about the whole thing is bad then I'm sorry but that is the basic truth. Clear consience they say fears no accusation, you are suspecting Mr Issa to be one of the scammers as you and your inspector claims will not make me deny the fact that Mr Issa is a good man. I don't know him as a fraudster and can not tell you nothing but the truth. As a matter of fact, I don't know what went wrong between you and him and will not tell what I don't know.

I don't have any option than to let him (Mr Issah) know about the situation of things now before taking the matter to God in prayers since it is the only way to go about it for now. But do have it at the back of your mind that no one takes what belong to me forcefully and get away with it without having a bitter story to tell unless the God I serve is not alive. Sir, this is not a threat but a very sound warning.

Thanks.

Mrs. Joyce Ozioma

 

 

From: Arthur Dent
To: Mrs. Joyce Ozioma
Date: February 15, 2006

Dear Mrs. Ozioma,

Thank you for your reply however your talk of God is wasted on me. I am not a believer in such fairytales.

Good day.

Arthur Dent BSC. HHGTTG. PhD.
Director
Singlesideband Systems

 

 

Sadly that was the last I ever heard from Joyce. Perhaps she and Mr. Musa have gone into hiding suspecting a real imminent arrest?!

END.

 


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