Top of the day to you! Jean Mayfield wants to buy a property
The lead-off email in the current scam copies the wording used by Anthony J Earl in late 2011.
Any lawyers who take the bait will receive very plausible information about an actual house which has been "purchased". All that is needed now is a lawyer to sort out the paperwork and for that, they will be well paid.
From: Jean Mayfield <email@example.com>
Subject: VERY URGENT!
Top of the day to you. I am looking to buy a property in New Zealand and would be glad if you can assist me in acquiring it. Please get back to me as soon as possible. Because I have already finalized with the seller, but I need a solicitor to act on my behalf and also make payment on my behalf.
My best regards