Does this have "scam" written all over it, or what? If someone from the New York Institute of Technology contacts you claiming to be shipping a package containing a $900,000 bank draft to you… it's a scam. Note that country code +234 is Nigeria. (The message seems to have originated from the NYIT mail servers, which implies that someone's email address was hacked.)
Don't be fooled, don't reply, to messages like this.
From: Fiaz Zoubi email@example.com
Date: March 12, 2010 4:57:19 AM PST
Subject: Contact FedEx
Kindly contact our delivery department with the details Given below:
FedEx Courier Express NG
Contact Person: Mr.Mark Davids
Reasons: This is due to the fact that we are in possession Of your Package containing a Certified Bank Draft worth of Nine Hundred Thousand United State Dollars that was registered With us by Mrs. Amanda Guld for shipment to you,You are to act fast by providing your postal address and Your direct phone number to enable us makes the delivery ASAP.
Note that as soon as the Delivery Team confirms your Informations, it will take only two working days (48 hours) for your package to arrive your designated address. For your Information, the Mail, VAT & Shipping fees have been paid by Mrs. Amanda Guld, you will only have to pay a sum of $265.00 to the FedEx Courier Department being full payment For the Security Keeping Fee of the FedEx Courier.
Fiaz harry Zoubi
Mrs.Amanda Guld firstname.lastname@example.org