Aazar A. Khwaja, Dubai (scam alert)

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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 ” chris.woitaschik@gmx.de
Subject: ATTENTION BENEFICIARY,
Reply-To: zarkhwaja58@gmail.com
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.

Regards.

Mr.Aazar .A. Khwaja
Group Treasurer Officer of Emirates NBD

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Garrick Wong, Re-Profiling Funds (scam alert)

This is a variant of the good old “next-of-kin” scam. “Garrick Wong” needs your help “re-profiling funds” (whatever that means), and he’ll give you a cut of the profits. He says it is because your name is the same as his (imaginary) client — and that’s what he says to everyone. Once he has your “transaction fee” in his pocket, however, he’ll disappear and you’ll never hear form him again.

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From: “Garrick WONG” kaito@kskw.mydns.jp
Subject: !Emai Infol 26/03/2016
Reply-To: g.wonghk@yahoo.com.hk
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2016

Good day,

This is a personal email directed to you and I request that its been treated as such.I got your email from online directory, I would need your assistance in re-profiling funds belonging to my late client who shares similar surnames with you. Contact me for more detailed information.

Regards,

Garrick Wong

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Barrister Patrick Obot (scam alert)

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This is a typical example of a “next-of-kin” scam. The scammer claims that a rich person died with no relatives, and if you would just stand in as next-of-kin to the deceased you can have a cut of the fortune. (Read more about how advance fee frauds of this kind work.)

Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2015
Subject: Dear Partner,?
From: “Barrister Patrick Obot.” patrickobot73@yahoo.com.au
Reply-To: patrickobot816@yahoo.com.au

Dear Friend,

I am Real Estate Lawyer Patrick Obot The issue I am presenting to you is a case of my client,who has deal of sixty MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS ONLY(60,000.000).I wish to intimate you with a request that would be of immense Benefit to both of us.

The issue I am presenting to you is a case of my client)who died on the same day in the One-Two-Go Orient-Thai Airlines flight, the most unfortunate that he and his next-of-kin died and I can not claim this funds with out your assistance as I will present you as the next-of-kin with the necessary documents that will bear your name.

If you are interested send down the following personal details to me and as soon i hear you we will proceed but you are advised to keep everything regards to this business very confidential.

I am waiting for your urgent reply so that we will starts immediately on how the fund will move to you in your country through the bank or through UN envoy means. Email:patrickobot816@yahoo.com.au

Regards,

Barrister Patrick Obot.

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Mr. Abdon Deguenon, Attorney (scam alert)

This is a standard type of scam message called a “next-of-kin scam.” The scammer claims to be an attorney representing the estate of a deceased foreigner, and he will set you up to receive a share of this estate — or so he says. In reality, he’s setting you up to pick your pocket, because he’s not an attorney, and there is no deceased foreigner. There’s just a scammer trying to hook a victim and reel him in.

Subject: Confidential text for public records search
From: “Mr. Abdon Deguenon” abdon@peace.org
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2015
Reply-To: abdondeguenon1991@gmail.com

Attn: This is a legal confidential text for public records search. My name is Abdon Deguenon,a personal attorney to a deceased who may relate to you (name withheld for security reason) who died with no Will or Next of Kin.My firm is seeking for the next of kin.He died with his family in an auto crash. Since you both bear the same surname,kindly get back to us for more clarification.

Abdon Deguenon

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