Scam Alert: Read & Get Back To Me – Deceased Client Info – How We Can Remit The Fund To Your Bank Account
If you are one of the many who have received this email subject and email contents, you are lucky reading this out. You are saved from being scammed since you are most likely to have been on the target list. Personally, I wonder why this keeps going on despite of the fact that scammers know how many know about their acts.
In this email from [email protected], it is claimed that the recipient is being contacted to see if they can process the funds transfer of the deceased to him or her. Yes, the sweet words which scammers use in their messages are sometimes enough to let one fall their victim since one will think that it is right. See full message in detail..
It is my pleasure to send you this confidential information via e-mail instead of a Certified / Post-mail. I humbly crave your indulgence to read this e-mail with all seriousness because this project is based on trust in order to have an acceptable meetings of like minds.
Meanwhile, I know there is absolutely going to be some little doubts in your heart in respect of this email, coupled with the fact that so many worth individuals have taken possession of the Internet to facilitate their nefarious deeds, thereby making it
extremely difficult for genuine and legitimate business class persons to get attention and recognition. There is no way for me
to know whether I will be properly understood, but it is my duty to write and reach out to you.
Recently my bank was conducting first quarter auditing investigation over some accounts balance with our bank and this
investigation involves a client who was very closed to me but there are circumstances surrounding the deposit made by this client with our bank. So far I am constrained to issue out further details pending when I hear a positive response from you.I will appreciate your sincere interest. So get back to me for more details about our deceased client and how we can remit the fund to your bank account.
In the message quoted below, you can see that the email domain used is fake other than the real ADB. This has an “N” in between letter P and letter M which makes it a different world with just an intention of conning the receiver by making it look like a genuine site.
According to whois.com, this domain name is not yet registered which means that using the tricky ways, scammers faked the sending address just to make one think it is real. Hope you will stay away from this as well. As usual, I recommend that you ignore this email and concentrate on other stuff you should do.