Scam$fund 170729192041: [G-Spam] Mrs Veronica Bright
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|From:||"Mrs. Veronica Bright" <firstname.lastname@example.org> |
|IP Address:||126.96.36.199 (originates from ) |
|Date:||Sat, 29-Jul-2017 07:20:41 pm |
|Subject:||[G-Spam] Mrs Veronica Bright |
|Mrs. Veronica Bright|
Bank Of East Asia USA(NA)
San Gabriel Branch
168 West Valley Boulevard,
San Gabriel, CA 91776, USA
You may wonder why I am reaching out to you in spite of friends that I have known for years, the singular reason is that I have by the very nature of this proposition and the required confidentiality decided to deal with a person that I have not known before so that we can develop the trust and execute this transaction without a third person knowing.I would not have used this medium (Internet) but I chose to reach you through it because it is the fastest, surest and most secured medium of communication.
However, this correspondence is un-official and private, and it should be treated as such. I also guarantee you that this transaction is hitch free from all what you may think of.
I am Mrs. Veronica Bright of The Bank of East Asia USA, San Gabriel Branch, California (USA) I am contacting you based on Trust and confidentiality that will be attached to this transaction. The Management and the Legal department of our bank in a recent meeting recommended that the account of MR. DAVID ANGELLl, who was one of my branch depositors, should be declared Dormant, confiscated and the depositor's fund sent to the Bank Treasury according to American Banking and financial law.
Mr. David Angell and the wife died in world trade center as a victim of the September 11,2001 incident that befell the United States of America. The bank has made series of efforts to contact any of the relatives to claim this money but without success.
MR. DAVID ANGELL is an account holder in my branch; he owns a dollar account with the sum of 3.2M (Three Million, two Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only) deposited in a Secret account with my branch .In fact, since his death, no next of kin of the account holder nor any relative of him has shown up for the claim,this is because he has the account as a secret account thus he left all the documents for the deposit with me. The wife whom he signed in as his next of kin died with him on that fateful and sad day.
This is where I am interested and where I want you to come in. I want you to come in as the relation of the deceased; I will give you the relevant documents and contacts to file the application and then effect the approvals for the transfer of the funds, I will be the one to provide the vital documents for the claims of the money and then advise you exactly how we should handle it.
Please include your telephone/fax number/ Home address when replying this mail and I will give you more information as soon as you indicate your willingness to assist in this transaction. I will use my positions to get all internal documentations to back up the claims. Do not be bothered that you are not related in any way to him as I am in position to affix your name as the next of kin. The whole Procedures will last only 9 working days to get the fund retrieved successfully without trace even in future. After the transfer of the money we shall share the money 70-30, which is I will have 70% while you will have 30%.
Kindly respond promptly so I can advice you on the next step to follow.
I will be waiting to hear from you.
Mrs. Veronica Bright
Bank Of East Asia (USA)
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This email is infected with Scam$fund
DO NOT OPEN the attachment . Do not response to the email. This email is not send by "Mrs. Veronica Bright" <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This email is a scam, not a worm or virus. The email do not have any infected attachments.
The offer may sound tempting and looks worth taking a risk for the big reward. DO NOT fall into this scam.
If you reply, you will probably be asked to pay some US$100 to start off the fund transfer process. The excuse for requiring your payment is that the scammer themselves cannot be involved in any payment to avoid being caught linking the transfer. Of course, if you pay up the first time, you will be asked for further payments for other issues.
Once you become suspicious of them and ask many questions about the payment, they will stop responding the email and start looking for other victims.
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