Coronavirus Money Transfer Scam from America Doctor

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Coronavirus Money Transfer Scam from America Doctor

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Recipients of the fake Coronavirus money transfer email below are asked not to follow the instructions in it. The fake is a scam being sent by online scammers or thieves who are attempting to trick their potential victims into contacting them. Once, contacted, the scammers will attempt to trick their potential victims into sending them money, which they claim their victims need to send in order to receive their so-called money transfer.

The Coronavirus Money Transfer Scam

From: service.dpt@yandex.com

Dear Sir/madam

My name is Kevin Taylor, I am an American doctor and I work at Medecins Sans Frontieres China . You can find more information about our activities on our website (https://www.msf.org ).

I am one of the doctors that Medecins Sans Frontieres sent to China for the controlling of Corona virus. A Chinese Businessman/politician contact the virus, while he was under my custody receiving treatment, he told about a business venture he had with an oil company that bought Crude Oil from him because he doesn't know if he will survive the sickness.

When the sickness worsened, he called my attention and asked me to get someone who can receive the money he made from the Crude Oil sell which was deposited in a trust company then share 40% the money to orphanage home while I take 40% of the amount and the person will take the remaining 20%. The reason for allocating 40% of the amount to me is to take care of his only child till she is of age to take over his estate. The reason for the immediate transfer of the money is to avoid the trust company sitting on the money since he is dead.

However, he does not want the Oil money to be paid to his local China account since he knows that donating it to Charity will be impossible when he is dead. However, the government might confiscate the money since he is a top politician.

I will provide you with additional details immediately I receive response from you strictly through my personal email (kevintaylor6166@gmail.com) If you are interested in this transaction.

Regards,

Dr. Kevin Taylor,

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Coronavirus Money Transfer Scam from America Doctor