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Scam emails, businessman wants to relocate his fund because of economic crisis

Updated on January 14, 2011

I got some examples to share you regarding types of scam emails on the market.

Damsel in distress looking for lover type.

Looking for relatives that could inherit the dead man's fortune.

Another sample is businessman in distress and looking for experience businessman to transfer his wealth out of the state. 20 % if you're interested.

++++++Businessman in distress sample+++++++++++

Dear Friend,

This is a Management Placement on behalf of a customer Mr. Kim Woo Chuan. Our client needs to urgently relocate his funds due to the economic crises and he is looking for an experienced business person or company that can receive and profitably invest the money in excess of Thirty Nine Million US Dollars ($39,000000.00 USD) outside Asia.

Most importantly, you will be required to:

[1]. Act as the original beneficiary of the funds.

[2]. Receive the funds into a business/private bank account.

[3]. Invest/Manage the funds profitably.

The Client is willing to pay 20% for your role as the beneficiary partner to the funds when the money is confirmed at your designated bank account.

Also, a subsequent 15% as "Management Commission" will be paid for your advised investment services.

If you prefer to be re-contacted for more express information, please send your response to (fduveneck@yahoo.com)

We expect your correspondence and our response will be swift.

Best Regards,

Mr. Frank Duveneck

Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited.


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