Phishing After Yourself

Egads! I’ve begun spamming myself!

Dear Sir/Madam,
I am Mr. Steven John the general auditor of a bank in Accra Ghana.There is this floating funds which is to the tune of Fourteen Million five hundred thousand united states Dollars ($14,500,000.00 Dollars) Which has been floating in this A/C no: 6457128429 since 2000 after the death of the true owner of the funds Late Mr.Peter Williams, an American who was a private business man unfortunately lost his life in November 2001 in an auto crash,including his wife and only daughter.
I just came across his file again when I was auditing all the credit account, and I find out that nobody has ever come on behalf of the Late Mr.Peter Williams as his next of kin to claim the funds. And I have been monitoring this account since I discovered this information.
In this case I have concluded to contact you if you are reliable to execute this transaction with me, then I will instruct you on how to claim as the next of kin to the late Mr.Peter Williams, so that the funds could be transferred to your overseas A/C, if only you can co-operate with me.
After the transaction is being successful I will come to your country to collect my own share which is 55% for me and 45% for you, feel free to give your own opinion on this transaction modality if you wish.Send to me the following information 1}FULL NAME :
2}YOUR CONTACT ADDRESS :
3}AGE AND OCCUPATION :
4}DIRECT TELEPHONE NUMBER :
Upon the receipt of this,i will in turn get back to you and give you the modalities for the bank to approve you as the next of kin. Note also,this transaction must be kept classified because of its nature.I look forward to receiving your prompt response.

I await your soonest response.
Yours,
Mr.Steven John
General Auditor, Accra Ghana

I gotta be careful, folks: last time I tried one of these some baaad things ended up happening. This better have a happier ending.

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