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Alfred Tan $23,200,000.00

All he wants me to do is to stand in as next of kin Mr. Haffez Al Sadique, totally illegal even if it were true, and collect my easy money. No thank you!

tan@mail.com

Dear ,

I have very important issues i want to discuss with you, because i know it’s will profit both of us and our families together.

On June 6, 2001, a foreign Oil consultant/contractor with Petronas Oil Corporation of Malaysia, Mr. Haffez Al Sadique, made a numbered time (Fixed) Deposit for twelve calendar months, valued at (Twenty Three Million Two Hundred thousand Dollars) in my Bank branch in CAMBODIA. Upon maturity, I sent a routine notification to his forwarding address but got no reply. After a month, we sent a reminder and finally we discovered from his contract employers, the Crude Oil Export Corporation that Mr. Haffez Al Sadique, died from an automobile accident. On further investigation, I found out that he died without making a WILL, and all attempts to trace his next of kin was fruitless.

I therefore made further investigation and discovered that Mr. Haffez Al Sadique, did not declare any kin or relations in all his official documents, including his Bank Deposit paperwork. This sum of ($23,200,000.00) is still sitting in my Bank and the interest is being rolled over with the principal sum at the end of each year. No one will ever come forward to claim it.

Consequently, my proposal is that I will like you as a foreigner to stand in as the next of kin to Mr. Haffez Al Sadique, so that the fund will not get into the hands of some corrupt government officials.The money will be paid into your account for us to share in the ratio of 50% for me and 40% for you.10% for any expenses that may be incurred during the process of executing this transaction Please send me an mail with further information about yourself before we proceed further. Awaiting your urgent reply

(1). Full names:
(2). contact address
(3). Phone:
(4). Cell phone:
(5). Age:
(6). Occupation.

Yours Sincerely,
Alfred Tan.

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February 18, 2014 - Posted by | Financial Issues, Nigeria, Scams

4 Comments »

  1. How does it work

    Comment by Isaac Fulks | February 19, 2014 | Reply

    • LOL. You send him your bank information and he cleans you out. Isaac, this is a scam.

      Comment by intlxpatr | February 19, 2014 | Reply

  2. He takes your info. Then tells you the transfer will take place but you have to pay transfer tax first or an Admin fee. If you pay this then they will say there is a another problem with the bank and they want a payment to proceed with the transfer. So this scam works by making you send money again and again to pay various transfer and bank fees. You will never get the money of course. Also once you make one payment the scammer will sell your details to other scammers who will contact you with other “GREAT” offers. All of which are also scams. It is another version of the “Nigerian 419” Scam.

    Comment by Mark Goldsmith | March 4, 2014 | Reply


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