As a gesture of his affection and love he then claims to have sent the victim a package containing a gold necklace, a watch, an iPhone and £7,500 in cash.
Then she gets an email from "Mrs Helen Esenado" from "Sky Delivery Services" in Malaysia which says (my emphasis):
I am pleased to inform you that your package is in possession of the Authority awaiting clearance due to the money detected in your package when your parcels is going through scanning there we detected that some currency is there.That, of course is what the whole thing is about, the $650 the fake shipping company require. The shopping company doesn't actually exist and neither does "Smith Dent". I called the scammer and told him that we'd exposed him and he wasn't too happy. He even said he'll be reporting me but couldn't tell me who to.
To expedite the process of releasing your package please locate and do payment through Western Union Money Tranfer with the name and information appear below due to time frame so that you will get your parcel today
NAME OF ACCOUNT'S OFFICER / RECEIVER to the sum of RM1,889.79 Equivelant to $650
Name: Mario Da Costa
Address: Tmn Setia Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Amount: RM1,889.79 Equivelant to $650
Scammer busted. If you feel like insulting him by SMS, his phone number is +44 703 185274. He's a scammer remember, he doesn't deserve respect or courtesy!