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Had A Misstep In Judgment? Take A Theft Class Online Today!

by Dr. Ari Novick March 25, 2013

I recently received this email allegedly from the Bank of Africa. It states that they are in possession of a bank account that I am set to inherit. It’s going to become an abandoned fund unless I release some personal information so they can in turn release these funds to me. It’s so ridiculous that it’s comical. Unfortunately however, emails go out like this everyday and sometimes individuals with the hope of getting rich, give out their information. As we’ve discussed in previous articles, a bank will never send you an email like this. It’s a scam and should be deleted immediately.







Dear Friend,


I know that this mail will come to you as a surprise as we never met before. I am the Director in charge of Auditing section of Bank of African (B.O.A), I Hoped that you will not expose or betray this trust and confident that I am about to repose to you for the mutual benefit of our both families, I need your urgent assistance in transferring the sum of Twenty three million Six hundred thousand United States dollars (US$23.6m) immediately to your account.

This fund has been dormant (in-active) for 5 years in our Bank here without anybody coming for it. I want you to apply for the release of the fund to you as the nearest person to our deceased customer Mr. Smith B. Andrea, from Atlanta America (the owner of the account) who died along with his supposed next of kin in air crash since on July 21 2003.

I don't want the fund to go into our Bank treasury as an abandoned fund, so this is the reason why I contacted you, so that my Bank will release the fund to you as the nearest person to the deceased customer, Please I would like you to keep this proposal as a top secret and delete it if you are not interested. Upon receipt of your reply, I will send you the application form you will fill and send to the bank for transfer of the fund into your bank account and also note that you will have 40% of the above mentioned amount if you agree to help me execute this business, and also 10% had been mapped out for you for the expense you will make in this transaction and 50% is for me. I want you to fill below gaps and return it back to me to enable us forge ahead to this transaction.


Your Name.

Your Home




Home Telephone.

Private Telephone.



Marital Status.



A copy of your ID.

Waiting for your urgent reply so that we will commence over on this transaction.


Michel F. Kahn.


If you need to take a theft class due to a misstep in judgment that was caught by the legal system, take it online! Interesting, educational and convenient classes are available at the click of a button to fulfill court mandates for theft and shoplifting offenses. Be sure to check the background of the program. A reputable class will have an A+ rating from the BBB, a customer service line to get a hold of someone quickly with any questions and be designed by a currently licensed and practicing psychotherapist and expert in the field.

Online theft classes can be taken from any computer screen, anywhere in the country. Just get prior approval from your attorney, judge or probation officer to make sure that they will accept an online class for your particular requirements. If so, you can fulfill your theft education with a 4, 8, 10 or 16-hour class right from your home. Simply register and the class will become immediately available to take whenever you have free time. Participants can sit down and finish their entire requirement in one or two days, or spread it out over a couple of weeks. It’s completely self-paced.

Don’t fall for a scam like the one referred to above! If you happen to be caught as a perpetrator, take an online theft class to fulfill your court requirements for restitution.

About the author

Ari Novick, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychotherapist.  He has both a clinical practice in Laguna Beach as well as online classes in a variety of areas.  He is the president of Theft Class Online.

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