A scammer using the alias Emilie Princep (firstname.lastname@example.org) makes this unbelievable, “too good to be true” offer. BEWARE!
From: ”Emilie Princep” <email@example.com>
Date: July 5, 2008 1:27:15 GMT+02:00
Spacious one bedroom apartment entirely renovated four months ago. New bathroom and kitchen. Very clean and tastefully decorated. Sunny and quiet,a vintage drawer desk and a great build in closet plus shelves, carpet floors and clean walls. Television and telephone; Central heating, All linen and 24 hour security,and safe area.
Located at the central of Paris: 92 rue St Lazare 75009 Paris France…………The price of the room including utilities bills is 700€……….The refundable security deposit is 700€.
Well-designed, luxurious bedroom with walk-in wardrobes; Beautifully appointed Bulthaup kitchens, including large fridge-freezer, oven, hob, dishwasher, washing machine-dryer and microwave; High quality marble bathrooms with bath and shower.
If you think you fall into the category of my tenant, then feel free to contact me as soon as possible.so that i can send the pictures of the apartment to you in other for you to have a look of how the place look like……….firstname.lastname@example.org
Let me know what you think about it asap.
— On Sat, 7/5/08, XXX wrote:Emilie,Wow, this is amazing.How do we proceed?[name withheld]
— On Sat, 7/5/08, Emilie Princep <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks for the mail and will be glad to put you through the procees of the reservation..Below are the details i will be expecting from you in other to forward it to my lawyer for the lease agreement from,and if you’re ok with the terms and condition of the apartment therein the contract….Then you can we can move forward.
Move in Date
Duration of Term
A copy of your passport or ID for proper identification.
I will be waiting to read from you as soon as possible.
On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 5:54 AM, XXX wrote:
Could you please give me your phone number in Paris?
I’d like to discuss this by phone and arrange for a friend to meet you and visit the apartment.
On Mon, 7/7/08, Emilie Princep <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks for the mail and i sorry for the late reply,i was an urgent assignment from work to Glasgow,so i was very busy…….There is no problem for your friend to come around for the view,but am not in Paris presently,but if only your can go to the address s i gave you to confirm about everything it will be good,but there is no way she can enter the apartment cos it’s locked and the keys is with me…..
Yo can call me on number that i use here…..+447045756960.
I will be waiting to read from you on what you think about it.
This name and address used were lifted from the Paris phone book or stolen ID.
THE REAL EMILIE PRINCEP IS NOT CONNECTED WITH THIS SCAM IN ANY WAY, BUT A VICTIM, LIKE OTHERS.