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USAAID spam (Nigeria scam!)

"USA AID" fake job offer (October 2004)
The following email was sent to one of our mailboxes on 2004-10-04. The same spam has been circulating since at least 2004-08-21. Despite claiming to be from an official sounding USA Aid Agency, it bears several characteristics that mark it as a "419" advance fee scam:

  • Subject line in all capital letters
  • No postal contact address
  • Reply address is – i.e. it's not a corporate or institutional address but a free email service, one that is very popular with 419 scammers.
  • The IP address belongs to a company in Lagos, Nigeria (see below)
  • The greeting formula "goodday" is common in such mails.
  • The sender address is unusual for 419 scams, but after all it's fake. Other versions of the scam use address, which is equally invalid.
The phone given number is in Seattle, Washington (probably a free voice/faxmailbox provided by, a subsidiary of Intenational Telcom, Ltd which owns the number)

Mailbox will be used by the criminals until either takes action to close the account, or it fills up with too much email. This mailbox has been used since the first wave of scam emails on 2004-08-21/22, i.e. for six weeks as we write this.

Email source:

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	for <>; Sun,  3 Oct 2004 21:17:24 -0400 (EDT)
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 2004 02:16:43 -0700
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The United States Aid  Agency is currently  screening  applicants  for the postion 
of USAAID AGENCY PROGRAM Director in  thier various countries of residence 
with a very  attractive salary  =2E


AS the Program Director you will be responsible for the design=2C implementation=2C 
monitoring and evaluation of USAAID program portfolio=2E The Program Director 
forms part of the senior management team of   country  office along with the  Director 
of Finance and Director of Administration=2E
 These programs are focused in the following sectors=3A microbusiness=2Fmicrocredit
=2C agriculture=2C water & sanitation=2C health and nutrition=2C community 
mobilization=2C conflict resolution and civil society development=2E
 USAAID works in partnership with other international NGOs=2C local NGOs=2C 
community based organizations =28CBOs=29=2C local government and line 
ministries=2E Funding originates from  USDA=2C European Commission=2C 
Community Fund=2C Taiwan=2C British Foreign Office=2C SIDA=2C UNICEF 
and Cyprus Bank=2E

The Program Director will spend 50% of his=2Fher time in new program 
development=2C and 50% coordinating on-going programs=2E New program 
development will entail liaising with donors and partners=2C assessing needs=2C 
conceptualizing designs=2C writing proposals and drafting workplans for start-up 
and implementation=2E The Program Director will work closely with sectoral 
managers and project directors to integrate activities=2C and ensure that programs 
are on track=2E Monitoring and evaluation will be an important responsibility as 
well as reporting to headquarters and donors=2E


1=2E Coordinate and provide programmatic support to sectoral managers 
=28e=2Eg=2E agriculture=2C health=29 and project coordinators to integrate 
to the fullest extent possible=2E

2=2E Under the guidance of the Country Director=2C identify new programmatic 
opportunities for USAAID  and lead the conceptualization of new project designs 
with the participation of USAAID staff=2C partners and beneficiaries=2E

3=2E Under the supervision of the Country Director=2C prepare project 
proposals responding to donor announcements as well as write unsolicited 
proposals =96 and respond to questions=2Frequests by donors to make 
amendments to project documents=2E

4=2E Under the guidance of the Financial Director=2C assist in monitoring 
program expenses=2C as well as the preparation of budgets for annual 
plans=2C proposals and related activities=2E

5=2E Facilitate coordination between USAAID program staff and international 
NGO partners=2C local NGO partners=2C and community based organizations 
in the design and implementation of joint projects=2E

6=2E Under the guidance of the Country Director=2C liaise with donors=2C 
cultivating strong relationships between donor staff and USAAID in your 
country of residence

7=2E Prepare monitoring and progress reports for USAAID Headquarters=2C 
donors and the government of Your country=2E

8=2E Assist in developing job descriptions=2C recruiting and interviewing 
candidates and evaluating programmatic personnel=2E

9=2E Periodically review USAAID strategy in your country of residence =2C 
and with the support of program staff=2C make adjustments to this strategy=2C 
including the development of indicators for an eventual phase out=2E

10=2E Organize periodic meetings of program staff to facilitate coordination 
and sharing of experiences and lessons learned=2E

11=2E Develop the Terms of Reference of project evaluations and baseline 
surveys and where appropriate participate in evaluation activities=2E

12=2E Travel to the field to monitor projects and support staff for making 
changes=2Fimprovements for keeping projects on track=2C and achieving
outputs and objectives=2E Ensure that project quality is maintained at the 
highest level of standards=2E

13=2E Coordinate with other USAAIDS program staff in the region=2C 
particularly in regional projects such as the Community Investment Action 
Program =28CAIP=29=2C the Peaceful Communities Initiative =28PCI=29=2C 
DIPECHO =28Disaster Preparedness=29 and the Regional Health and 
Sanitation Project=2E

14=2E Identify training needs for USAAIDs program staff and NGO partners 
and develop=2C implement and maintain training plans as necessary=2E

15=2E Mentor national staff to assume higher responsibilities for program 

16=2E Liaise with headquarters technical staff to coordinate program 
development=2C sharing of lessons learned and to obtain technical 
backstopping as needed=2E

19=2E Other duties as assigned=2E 

Qualified applicants  are to attend a  training  program under  R=2E Thomas 
Consulting & Training in Washington U=2ES=2EA=2E
please contact 
Tel=3A 1-206-339-4862=2CFax=3A1-206-339-4862 for futher details  

Attempting to contact the sender address at AOL:

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     person:       Tunde Ogedengbe
     address:      Linkserve
     address:      22 Akin Adesola
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     address:      Victoria Island
     address:      Lagos Nigeria
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     fax-no:       +234 1 262 3906
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Here is a second version of this spam received from the IP address in Nigeria in February 2005:

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From: "USAAIDSVA" <>
To: emailaddress
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 21:43:40 -0800
Subject: Recruitment in Progress
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The United States Agency for International Development=20
(USAID) is currently recruiting applicants worldwide for=20
these vacant positions. positions are as follows:
A. Democracy and Governance Officers
They are responsible for development, oversight,=20
management (staff, financial,and technical resources),=20
and evaluation of Mission democracy and governance=20
programs that may include any or all of the following=20
areas:Rule of Law and human rights programs, civil=20
society, media and laborprograms to promote democratic=20
pluralism, improved governance,competitive political=20
processes and elections, and strategicplanning for=20
political development.=20
Democracy and Governance Officers apply both a technical=20
knowledge of their program area and a variety of=20
management and program evaluation expertise in order to=20
ensure that projects meet the needs of USAID's partners=20
and customers in a cost-effective manner.
B. Environment Officers
They are responsible for development oversight,=20
management, and evaluation of programs in the following=20
areas: bio-diversity conservation, forestry, wildlife=20
management, water and coastal resources management,=20
environmentaleducation, environmental policy,=20
environmentally sustainableagriculture, community
based natural resources management, urban and industrial=20
pollution reduction, urban planning and management=20
(including such areas as housing, water and sanitation),=20
urban and housing finance, energy efficiency and=20
conservation, renewable energy applications, clean=20
energy technologies, energy sector planning and global=20
climate change. Environment Officers apply both a=20
technical knowledge of their program area and a variety=20
of management and program evaluation knowledge in order=20
to ensure that projects meet the needs of USAID's=20
partners and customers in a cost-effective manner.
C. Financial Management Officers
They direct the accounting and payment operations in=20
USAID missions worldwide. In addition,they provide=20
significant levels of advisory services to all levels of=20
the mission and host country governments. This includes=20
administrative, operational and program matters=20
concerning financial, budgetary and resource management=20
and implementation issues.
D. Population/Health/Nutrition Officers
They are responsible for development, oversight,=20
management (staff, financial,and technical resources),=20
and evaluation of PHN programs that may include any or=20
all of the following areas: primary health care=20
(including immunizations, acute respiratory infections,=20
diarrheal diseases), maternal/child health (including=20
safe motherhood), population/family planning=20
(reproductive health). HIV/AIDS, sexuallytransmitted=20
diseases, infectious diseases (including malaria,=20
TB,antimicrobial resistance, surveillance),=20
nutrition/micronutrients, water and sanitation,=20
environmental health, social marketing,demography,=20
population, health or nutrition policy, =20
operationsresearch in population, health or nutrition,=20
biomedical/clinicalresearch (including vaccines,=20
antimicrobial resistance,malaria, TB, neonatal,=20
contraceptive technology), epidemiology,=20
logisticsmanagement, national pharmaceutical management=20
and health economics.Population/Health/Nutrition=20
Officers apply both a technical knowledge of their=20
program area and a variety of management and program=20
evaluation expertise in order to ensure that projects=20
meet the needs of USAID's partners and customers in a=20
cost-effective manner.
E. Program/Project Development Officers
They are responsible for strategy development, policy=20
formulation, performancereporting,programming/budgeting
of resources, coordinating with other donor assistance=20
and USG agencies, project management, and,public=20
outreach. They are looked upon to ensure that the=20
Mission's operational procedures are designed to elicit=20
teamwork, emphasizeshared values, make known programming=20
priorities, and reward innovation. Program/Project=20
development officers must be able to apply leadership=20
and management skills in order to ensure that program=20
activities are designed and implemented to achieve=20
stated objectives, within resource constraints and in a=20
timely manner.
F. Contracting Officers
They plan, negotiate,award and administer contracts,=20
grants and other agreements with individuals, firms and=20
institutions to carry out USAID financed projects.Duties=20
include providing technical guidance and assistance to=20
USAID's overseas and Washington staffs, and host country=20
officials in the negotiation and awarding of contracts,=20
grants and cooperative agreements.
G. Executive Officers
They oversee a wide range of administrative and=20
logistical support functions including personnel=20
management, contracting, procurement, property=20
management, motorpool management, travel management,=20
employee/family housing and maintenance management.
In addition to having direct responsibility for=20
providing the daily support of the agency's field=20
mission, duties include planning for future personnel=20
and procurement requirements at the assigned duty=20
H. Lawyers
They provide legal counsel to planners and=20
administrators of USAID's overseas programs, such as=20
interpretation and counsel on application of U.S. and=20
cooperative country laws and regulations, Agency=20
directives and delegations of authority,bilateral=20
agreements, loan and grant agreements, contracts and=20
other agreements pertaining to country or regional=20
programs. They advise on reconciliation of problems=20
resulting from differences between U.S. and cooperating=20
country laws. They advise mission or regional personnel=20
on the drafting and promotion of legislation and=20
regulations to be proposed for enactment or adoption by=20
the cooperating country government Ministry of Justice=20
and advise regional staff on U.S. support for=20
multicountry programs, treaties and agreements.
I. Education Development Officers
They analyze, advise, and assist with the development of=20
host country education human resources and manpower=20
planning systems. Strategies are designed to improve=20
existing education programs as well as to promote=20
organizational competencies and skills acquisition=20
related to both individual and institutionaldevelopment.=20
Duties include participation in Agency policy=20
formulation, sector analysis, program and project=20
design,programmonitoring, and evaluation of activities=20
in education and human resources.
J. Private Enterprise Officers They advise and assist=20
host country leaders from both the public and private=20
sectors in furthering the emergence of a market economy=20
in the host country. They assist in the development of=20
the USAID mission's economic growth strategy and design,=20
manage and evaluate USAID programs that encompass a=20
broad range of activities to support the growth of=20
market economies, including support for: economic policy=20
reform, financial sector reform, the design and=20
implementation of microfinance programs, trade=20
liberalization; effective privatization, small business=20
development, the expansion of indigenous private sector=20
activities and institutions, and the involvement of the=20
U.S. private sector in the development process.
K. Agriculture/Rural Development Officers
They advise senior USAID and host government officials=20
on agriculture and rural development projects. They=20
identify problems and propose solutions, participate in=20
project design and development, and manage and evaluate
programs. Duties include coordinating the flow of=20
resources for projects, analyzing the effects of=20
proposed policies, legislation, and programs and=20
advising on interdisciplinary rural development=20
L. Food for Peace Officers
They are assist in the planning,analysis, negotiation=20
and implementation of USAID food and emergency=20
projects/programs. They are responsible for programming=20
and monitoring all uses of USAID supplied food. They=20
provide assistance to hst government authorities and to=20
Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs) and Non-=20
Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on technical and=20
financial aspects of project/program design,=20
accountability,monitoring and reporting. Duties include=20
ensuring that proposed projects/programs meet USAID=20
criteria and are properly documented.
M. Program Economists
They serve as advisors to missions on all economic=20
factors related to all mission programs and as advisors=20
to the cooperating government on all aspects of economic=20
development analysis and planning. They conduct analyses=20
of both the macroeconomic conditions of host countries=20
and the microeconomic feasibility of individual=20
projects. The main purpose of these studies and analyses=20
is to provide a basis for sound decisions for U.S.=20
assistance within the framework of U.S. objective and=20
cooperating country needs and capabilities and to help=20
determine the economic feasibility and justification of=20
specific projects within the overall country, mission or=20
regional development strategy.
Applicants are selected on the basis of academic=20
credentials , experience and other relevant factors.=20
Applications are initially screened for basic=20
eligibility, such as: education, and experience which=20
demonstrates the applicant's ability to accomplish=20
professional development work .Following the screening,=20
the most competitive applicants for each occupational=20
category are invited to come to Washington, for an=20
interview, an official invitation letter is sent to the=20
applicant via courier service.
Candidates are interviewed by a technical panel on their=20
related knowledge, skills and abilities. The panel is=20
composed of the appropriate technical and career=20
development officers representing the various=20
occupational categories and a representative from the=20
office of Equal Opportunity Programs (EOP). If selected=20
candidates do not have a foreign language proficiency,=20
they will receive language training before going=20
overseas. Computer skills may also be used as a final=20
selection criterion among the best qualified candidates.=20
U.S citizenship is not compulsory its open to all=20
interested applicants from any nationality.
Depending upon academic qualifications and relevant=20
professional work experience, New Entrants are appointed=20
as career-candidates at the Foreign Service (FS) level 5=20
or 4 (roughly equivalent to GS-11 or GS-12 in the U.S.=20
Federal Competitive Civil Service). The Foreign Service=20
Schedule comprises nine classes, FS-9 through FS-1,=20
(with FS-1being the highest), and on to the Senior=20
Foreign Service (comparable to the Senior Executive=20
Service).New Entrants at both levels are evaluated=20
yearly by their supervisor. These evaluations are then=20
reviewed by Selection Boards which rank all Foreign=20
Service Officers by class and functional group for=20
promotion based upon relative performance standing.
All Foreign Service Officers must be available for=20
worldwide assignment and are expected to spend a=20
substantial portion of their careers in developing=20
countries. Specific assignments are identified according=20
to the needs of the Agency. They normally serve two=20
tours of two years each at one post, interrupted by Rest=20
and Recuperation (R&R) and Home Leave (HL). Foreign
Service Officers are required to serve one or more=20
rotation tours (usually three years) in Washington, D.C.=20
during the course of their careers. Although they are=20
assigned, and are required to serve wherever their=20
talents are most needed, every possible consideration is=20
given to their personal preferences and career=20
development needs. An applicant whose spouse may also be=20
employed as a Foreign Service Officer by USAID or one of=20
the Foreign Affairs agencies, should be aware that there
may be instances during their careers when the Agency=20
will not be able to assign both employees to the same=20
post. Under such circumstances, the officer may elect to=20
accept tours in separate posts or one spouse may choose=20
to accompany the other and request leave without pay=20
(LWOP) for the length of the tour.
Starting salaries for New Entrants are based upon the FS=20
grade level at which the applicant is appointed. Foreign=20
Service pay scales are set by Congress and are reviewed=20
annually for cost-of-living adjustments. New Entrants=20
who do not reside in the United states are reimbursed=20
for their own and their dependents' assignment travel to=20
Washington, D.C. and shipment for household effects.At=20
overseas posts, New Entrants receive non-taxable=20
government housing, as well as a non-taxable=20
cost-of-living allowance where the cost of living is=20
higher than in Washington, D.C. They may also receive a=20
"school-away-from-post" allowance for the education of=20
their dependent children. A taxable differential of=20
5-20% of basic salary may be paid for service at=20
designated overseas posts.Other benefits include paid=20
annual leave, home leave,and sick leave; contributory=20
government life and group health insurance coverage=20
selected by the New Entrant; medical care and=20
hospitalization overseas; transportation to and from=20
post; shipment of authorized weights of household goods,=20
and, where permitted, shipment of a motor vehicle.
These programs are focused in the following sectors:=20
microbusiness/microcredit, agriculture, water &=20
sanitation, health and nutrition, community =20
mobilization, conflict resolution and civil society=20
development. USAAID works in partnership with other
international NGOs, local NGOs, community based=20
organizations (CBOs), local government and line=20
ministries. Funding originates from  USDA, European=20
Commission, Community Fund, Taiwan, British Foreign=20
Office, SIDA, UNICEF  and China.
New Entrants employed with USAID are under the Foreign=20
Service Pension System (FSPS). Under the FSPS, they may=20
retire voluntarily after 20 years of service. Such=20
service includes all creditable government and military=20
service. Retirement is mandatory at age 65.
New Entrants enrolled in the FSPS contribute to both the=20
Foreign Service Retirement System and Social Security.=20
This is a three-tiered system with employees being=20
allowed to contribute to (1) a thrift savings plan, (2)=20
a defined annuity plan, and (3) social security. The=20
annuity is based upon 1.7% times the first 20 years in=20
the foreign service times the "high three average" base=20
salary. The additional years after 20 are multiplied by=20
1.0% times the high three base salary. The maximum=20
period of creditable service is 35 years.
Tel: 1-206-339-4862,Fax:1-206-339-4862 or send via email=20
to The Human Resources Department Stating clearly your=20
area of interest.=20
Barbara Ellington-Banks
Recruitment Section.
Personnel Operations Division
Human Resources Department

"SAVE THE CHILDREN U.S" Job offer spam
The following fake job offer for a position at an international charity was also sent from Nigeria:

Received: from (unknown [])
	by (Postfix) with SMTP id BECEBEE348
	for ; Mon, 14 Feb 2005 15:56:14 -0500 (EST)
From: "Dr. Bryon Drake" <>
Subject: Program Manager
Sender: "Dr. Bryon Drake" <>
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 21:55:58 +0100
Reply-To: "Dr. Bryon Drake" <>
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X-SpamScore: 1.000


Title   :   Program Manager Position

Location : Washington, D.C.,Johanesbourg-South Africa,Algiers-Algeria,Las

Status:  Fulltime with Benefits
The   Program Manager oversees all the workings of SC's humanitarian
assistance   expanding model activities into urban settings for children
at risk. The Program Manager provides technical support to field staff,
oversees financial, logistical and administrative systems, liaises with
appropriate governmental authorities, and manages an effective working
environment for all staff. The Program Manager works closely with the
Country Representative and  to identify new funding opportunities and
design appropriate activities and interventions for proposal development.

Bachelors degree in any of the following fields viz : social science,
Management, Administration,  international relations, child protection and
other related studies with a minimum of 2 years working  experience .

Starting salary  is US$168,470 . Staff  is re- imbursed for their own and
their dependents' assignment travels to Washington and shipment for
household effects. Other benefits include paid annual leave, home and sick
leave, contributory government life and group health insurance coverage,
medical care and hospitalization overseas, transportation to and from
post, shipment of authorized weights of household goods, and where
permitted, shipment of a motor vehicle.

New Entrants employed with Save the children  may retire voluntarily after
10 years of service. Retirement is mandatory at age 65. 

For specific purposes of this program,please send a cover letter, resume,
via e-mail  to  or send  fax  to
1-206-888-2435 . 

Early application is strongly encouraged.  Applicants will be contacted
directly to schedule an interview. 
The position will remain open until filled.

Head Quarters
54 Wilton Road
Westport, CT 06880 
(Reference "Program Manager" in the subject line)

Washington D.C. Office:
2000 M Street NW; Suite 500
Washington D.C. 20036 

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"Nevada Incorporated, UK"
Here is another recruiter scam, this time not for a charity but for an oil company. This is sent with a UK postal address but from Nigeria:

Received: from 129 (unknown [])
	by (Postfix) with SMTP id 4615812FE4B
	for <emailaddress>; Thu, 17 Mar 2005 00:13:45 -0500 (EST)
From: "Nevada Inc." 
To: <emailaddress>
Subject: Employment proposal.
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 06:16:37
Message-Id: <messageid>
X-SpamScore: 0.417

                                   EMPLOYMENT PROPOSAL. 

Nevada Incorporated offers two ways of researching - search and 
Selection and the Employment of specialist to projects and organization 
in the Oil and Gas sector. 
We have track records of successfully completing search and selection 
assignments for middle and senior management appointments in the Oil and 
Gas sector. In addition we identify and assign specialist to various 
projects overseas and organizations/field locations. 
We specialize in researching for following groups within the Oil, Gas 
and Energy related sectors; 
Exploration and Production organizations, 
Upstream and production Consultants, 
Engineering, Design and Construction Contracts/organizations. 
Nevada Incorporated as a consultant to the Chevron-Texaco 
and its Joint Ventures JV., requires the response of highly talented 
professionals whose caliber can be demonstrated by academic 
and professional success. 
The required professionals will be assigned to take job 
responsibilities in Business Project Management, Asset Management, 
Commercial Management, Production operation/management, 
Exploration and 
Production, Electrical Engineering, Reservoir Engineering, Risk and 
Safety Specialist, Field Development/Facility Management, 
Civil/Design Engineering, Information Technology and Non Destructive 
Testing(NDT) etc. in Alwyn North, Dunbar, Ellon, Grant, Nuggets, and 
other fields in the Nothern North sea area and also the Elgin and 
Franklin Fields in the Central Graben Area. 
Contract: Shall be fixed term or contract. 
Location: United Kingdom - Alberdeen. 
Salary : According to profile and experience. 
Starting date: To be communicated to you upon your qualification and 
Haven been recommended by our search division, you are to forward 
detailed resumes/curriculum vitae via email attachments 

We will enter into correspondence with names of shortlisted expatriates 
if you are considered for the appointment 
You shall be contacted for more information and service engagement if 
found qualified and selected. 

Andrew Bignell 

Nevada Incorporated, 
Barton House, 73 Rydens Road, 
Walton on Thames, Surrey KT12 3AL, UK 

Seafield House, Hill of Rubislaw
Aberdeen AB15 6XL, United Kingdom 

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