Mr Karimu Amadu writes from India to tell me he is the “Exchange Manager” for the Bank of Africa.  Unlikely?  In the make believe world of scammers anything is possible.  He can apparently get his hands on $22.5m and he will give me 40%.  Does that also sound unlikely?  Yes – you’re right.  It is unlikely.  Mr Karimu doesn’t want to send you money – what he really wants is to get his hands on YOUR money.  It’s an advance fee fraud.  Send him your hard earned cash as “fees”.

Just delete the email and don’t reply.

Good Day,Please Read and get back to me for more details.I am (Mr karimu Amadu)The EXCHANGE MANAGER BANK OF AFRICA.(Ouagadougou) Burkina Faso.I have a business proposal in the tune of $22.5m, (Twenty Two million and five hundred thousand United States Dollars) after the successful transfer; we shall share in ratio of 40% for you and 60% for me. Should you be interested, please contact me so we can commence on all arrangements and I Will give you more information on how we would handle this project.You can also contact me.Please treat this business with utmost confidentiality and send me the Following information,(1) Full names,(2) Private phone number,(3) Current residential address,(4) Occupation,(5) Age and Sex,Regards,Mr.Karimu.