The "Dr. Christian Allione from Damascus, Syria" Advance Fee Scam

The Dr. Christian Allione from Damascus, Syria Advance Fee Scam

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The fake "Dr. Christian Allione from Damascus, Syria" email below is an advance-fee scam. This scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.

The "Dr. Christian Allione from Damascus, Syria" Scam

From: Dr Christian Allione drchristianallione@gmail.com

Sent: Friday, October 19, 2018 8:58 PM

To: Recipients

Subject: My Aim To Invest.

Dear Respectfully,

Greetings to you and how are you doing today!

My name is Dr Christian Allione, I am a medical practitioner from Damascus, Syria. I write to seek for your assistance to help me and my two young daughters achieve our aim of relocating out of Syria to your country. We are very responsible people who have the aim to invest in your country as we have the financial strength to do so.

But my major concern is that we do not want be faced with the treatment of being treated as refugees or second class citizens which so many Syrian business people who traveled out without making right contacts or proper arrangements are faced with. Due to this fact, I sincerely seek for your assistance and partnership as our foreign partner who will direct and manage the affairs of our investments which we will partner with you in your home country.

Even we are ready to part 30% of all the proceeds of investment to you so that you feel comfortable securing our interest. I look forward to hearing from you as I will also need your assistance in helping us purchase a living house and as well get a good school where my children will continue with their educational career. Thank You.

Best Regards,

Dr Christian Allione.

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The "Dr. Christian Allione from Damascus, Syria" Advance Fee Scam