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Foreign Trade Bank Cambodia Email Scam

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Foreign Trade Bank Cambodia Email Scam

If you have received the e-mail message below or others like it, please note that these emails are being sent by people scammers. Ask yourself, why were you chosen to receive this money and why the person who died in the auto accident family members were not contacted. Also, how did these people got a hold of your e-mail address in the first place? These are some of the questions you should ask yourself when you receive a suspicious e-mail message.

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The "Foreign Trade Bank Cambodia" Email Scam

Subject: From Phnom Penh Cambodia

Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2013 09:55:18 -0800

Dear Assist me.

I am Mr. Akra Sakngea working with Foreign Trade Bank Cambodia branch office. As the director in charge of auditing and accounting section. During our investigation and auditing in this bank, my department came across a very huge sum of money belonging to Abdul Muhammad Gilbert a deceased person who dead an auto accident on the 31st of July, 2008.

This fund has been dormant in his account with this Bank without any claim of the fund in our custody either from his family or relation before our discovery to this development, valued at US$10.5 Million, meanwhile all the whole arrangement to put claim over this fund as the next of kin to the deceased, get the required approval and transfer this money to a foreign account has been put in place and directives and needed information will be relayed to you as soon as you indicate your interest and willingness to assist us and also benefit yourself to this great business opportunity Upon receipt of your response I will give you the details of this transaction.

I have all necessary paperwork required to back you up for the claim.

Note that this claim is legitimate. I await your prompt response.

Best Regards,

Mr. Akra Sakngea

Alternative mail: mr.akra.sakngea@gmail.com

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  • Posted: Aug 13, 2018 at 9:13 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Pekin, Illinois, United States

    I was on match.com i started talking to a mathew braun on august 11th he sent me an email saying he made me the beneficiary of his life insurance through his company.

    He has a profile on match.com and linked in please beware!! He is very good at this.

    delete


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