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The "Mr. Hassan Mahmood Relocation of Millions of Dollars" Scam

2018-05-17T15:42:00 -  +
The "Mr. Hassan Mahmood Relocation of Millions of Dollars" Scam

The "Mr.Hassan Mahmood" email below is a scam. The thieves behind the scam trick potential victims into sending their personal information by promising to send them millions of dollars left undeclared by a dead man who has no next of kin in his bank official papers. The thieves or scammers will subsequently ask their potential victims to send money in order to receive their so-called money.

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The "Mr. Hassan Mahmood Relocation of Millions of Dollars" Scam

Dear friend,

Please consider to help me relocate this $17.5m(seventeen million,five hundred thousand US dollars) for establishing an industry in your country. This fund was deposited in our bank by our customer

who died in 2007 without a heir. A routine notification was sent to her forwarding E-mail address but without responses.

The customer did not declare her next of kin in the bank official papers including her real home contacts.

This money has been floating and if I do not remit it out urgently it will be confiscated by the government as unclaimed fund.

You will be compensated for your collaboration to receive this fund in to your country. I will give you all vital information and clarification when I receive your reply.

Meanwhile kindly send the following info:

(1) Your name in full.

(2) Your full residential address.

(3) Your occupation.

(4) Your Country of origin.

(5) Your Mobile phone.

(6) Your age.

Regards,

Mr.Hassan Mahmood.

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