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Scam$fund 170730192052: [G-Spam] From Robert Karofsky

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Email Classification: Scam$fund
From:"Robert Karofsky" <> 
IP Address: (originates from ) 
Date:Sun, 30-Jul-2017 07:20:52 pm 
Attachment:(No attachment)
Subject:[G-Spam] From Robert Karofsky 
Dear friend,

I have an opportunity now in my bank that will benefit both of us. £18,500,000 million pounds sterling was abandoned by my deceased customer late Mr.Ronald Bramlage, a businessman who died in a plane crash with his entire family. I will use my position as the head of the bank to give your necessary information/documents if you work with me so that we will get and share the money 55/45. We will finish it and get the money in your bank account within 8 working days. Send me the details below so that I will upload your details into my bank's database as the official heir to the and give you further instruction.

Reply to my private email:

(1) name:
(2) address:
(3) Tel:
(4) age:
(5) gender:
{6) occupation status:

Thanks as you send your details to ensure our success in this once in a life time opportunity.

Friendly greetings,
Mr.Robert Karofsky

This email is infected with Scam$fund

DO NOT OPEN the attachment . Do not response to the email. This email is not send by "Robert Karofsky" <>.

About Scam$fund

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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