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The message below is a typical example of an advance fee fraud message. The scammer claims to be a bank official with a lucrative proposition for you, probably involving asking you to pose as next-of-kin to some deceased millionaire. Alas, the scammer is no bank official — he’s just a fraudster trying to pick your pocket.
From: “Aazar .A. Khwaja ” firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: ATTENTION BENEFICIARY,
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2016
Greetings from U.A.E to you My Dear friend,
How are you doing today hope I met you in good health?
I am Mr.Aazar .A. Khwaja Group Treasurer Officer of Emirates NBD Dubai. I have a bussness matter of great importance, proposal worth of $30,000,000.00 (Thirty Million United State Dollars) for you that has to do with your name.
Have a nice day and God bless. Anticipating your prompt response.
Mr.Aazar .A. Khwaja
Group Treasurer Officer of Emirates NBD
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