fighting spam and scams on the Internet
Victims never receive this non-existent fortune but are tricked into sending their money to the criminals, who remain anonymous. They hide their real identity and location by using fake names and fake postal addresses as well as communicating via anonymous free email accounts and mobile phones.
Read more about such scams here or in our 419 FAQ. Use the Scam-O-Matic to verify suspect emails.
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Some comments by the Scam-O-Matic about the following email:
Fraud email example:
From: "prudent mawuse0" <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2006 14:56:28 +0200 (CEST)
Subject: GOOD DAY.
PLEASE, I WANT TO INTRODUCE MYSELF AND THIS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TO YOU MY NAME IS PRUDENT MAWUSE A BANK ACCOUNTANT.
I WISH TO KNOW IF WE CAN WORK TOGETHER. I WOULD LIKE YOU TO STAND AS THE NEXT OF KIN TO MY DECEASED CLIENT WHO MADE SOME DEPOSITS OF USD 10,500,000.00 TO MY BANK. HE DIED WITHOUT ANY REGISTERED NEXT OF KIN AND AS SUCH THE FUNDS NOW HAVE AN OPEN BENEFICIARY MANDATE.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED YOU DO LET ME KNOW SO THAT I CAN GIVE YOU COMPREHENSIVE DETAILS ON WHAT WE ARE TO DO, I URGENTLY HOPE TO GET YOUR RESPONSE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
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