Al-Waleed Bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al Saud (scam warning)

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This is a standard type of charity scam message with a name we’ve seen before: good old Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. Unfortunately it’s just another version of the familiar advance fee fraud: there’s really no donation and you haven’t been selected for anything except to be the scammer’s next target.

Subject: Ongoing Humanitarian Donation
From: Al-Waleed Bin Talal
Date: Sat, 04 Jun 2016
Reply-To: grants.humanaidpogram@lycos.com

You have been elected by OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) to receive $982,100.00 USD- Nine hundred and eighty two thousand one hundred, United States dollars on his ongoing humanitarian project.

Kindly Confirm 1.Full Name, 2. Age, 4. Tel, to direct our paying bank to effect the donated sum, as you have been approved and recognized as one of our selected beneficiaries for the sum of $982,100.00 USD.

Best Regards,

Al-Waleed Bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al Saud – Media Assistant.

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Donation from Alwaleed (scam alert)

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Good old Prince Alwaleed is still trying to give his money away, but his scam messages are getting shorter and shorter. (Check out some of Prince Alwaleed’s previous scam messages.) Alas, the message below, sent randomly to thousands of people, isn’t from any rich prince: it’s just from a small-time scammer who is trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: RELY
From: rgbrown42@students.tntech.edu
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016
Reply-To: Prince.Alwaleedbi@foxmail.com

Donation from Alwaleed email me at Prince.Alwaleedbi@foxmail.com

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Osama Hussain Mansouri (scam alert)

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This is an example of a business scam message, probably sent to tens of thousands of random people around the world. (See more examples of business scams.) A rich Arab businessman wants to invest money in your projects (whatever they are). Unfortunately, it’s all a scam designed to pick your pocket:

Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2015
From: Osama Hussain Mansouri noreply@almansoorigroup.com
Reply-to: ohmansouri@gmail.com
Subject: INVESTMENT

Attention: Sir/Madam,

I am obliged to open this vital business discussion with you for a possible investment partnership.

We have the capacity to provide direct business funding for large investment projects from the network of wealthy Arab Businessmen and also from the Royal Household Investment Group.

Our investment capital for Europe and Asia is over USD$10 BILLION Dollars. And we have the funds right there In Europe and Asia. We Have funds under management of Finance Companies in (1) Belgium(2) Holland (3) Canada (4) United States of America (USA) (5) Indonesia (6) Malaysia (7) Turkey.

However, before we provide the investment funds, we would like to submit our Memorandum of Understanding/Agreement and Terms for your consideration and endorsement.

Before that, we shall need the following information?s:

1- Telephone Numbers and Fax
2- The investment Amount required

Kindly acknowledge my email for further information on the MOU and Investment Terms.

Regards,

Dr. Osama Hussain Mansouri – CEO
Al Mansoori Investment Group,
Saudi Arabia

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Behzad Hamid (scam alert)

The “Prince Alwaleed bin Talal” scam must be paying off for the scammers this month, because this is the second (no, the third!) message of this kind we’ve gotten recently. Alas, they are all just examples of the good old “advance fee fraud” — read more about how these scams work so you can learn to avoid them in the future.

Subject: Re:You have been selected as recipient/benefactor for $5Million Dollars
From: hamid
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2015
Reply-To: dy.logan@yandex.com

Message from Saudi Arabia Prince Alwaleed bin Talal for his charity donation and You have been selected as recipient/benefactor for $5Million Dollars from Alwaleed Philanthropic Foundation Grant.for more information contact Via email to behzadhamid58@yahoo.com

Behzad Hamid

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Alwaleed Philanthropic Foundation (scam)

You remember “Prince Alwaleed bin Talal” — we met him a couple months ago when he started trying to give away free money. Well it looks like he’s still at it!

It would be nice to receive a fortune, but alas, “Prince Alwaleed” is just a scammer trying to get you on the hook so he can make a fortune for himself by emptying out your bank account.

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Subject: Re: Alwaleed Philanthropic Foundation
From: f44d@alyhs.onmicrosoft.com
Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2015
Reply-To: ally00256@yandex.com

Message from Saudi Arabia Prince Alwaleed bin Talal for his charity donation and You have been selected as recipient/benefactor for $5Million Dollars from Alwaleed Philanthropic Foundation Grant.for more information contact Via email ally00256@yandex.com

Thanks

Ally Mohammed

Please, reply should go to ally00256@yandex.com

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Prince Alwaleed Donation (scam alert)

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This is an example of a “mystery scam” message that promises you have just won a fortune from an organization you’ve never heard of. Alas, it’s just another version of the good old advance fee fraud.

Subject: Congrat Reply Now
From: FINANCIAL DONATION UK
Date: Sat, 8 Aug 2015
Reply-To: ukpro9@gmail.com

YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS HAS WON PRINCE ALWALEED FINANCIAL DONATION OF $25,000,000 USD

If you make the mistake of replying to ask for more information, you’ll discover that you have to pay “taxes” or “transfer payments” or “bank fees” before the (imaginary) fortune can be delivered to you. And then if you make the bigger mistake of paying, the scammer will disappear with your money and you’ll never hear from him again.

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UPDATE: It looks like “Prince Alwaleed” really wants to give his money away. The message above came yesterday, and today this new version is making the rounds:

Subject: Great News To You.
From: Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal
Date: Sun, 9 Aug 2015
Reply-To: charityinquire@outlook.com

Message from Saudi Arabia Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal for his charity donation and You have been selected as recipient/benefactor for $2.5 Million Dollars from Al-Waleed Philanthropic Foundation Grant. for more information contact us.

Best Regards
Ahmad Sadiq Azizi HR

Scam messages like these are blasted to tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of random people around the world, so the chances that you’ll get multiple copies are often pretty good. It’s just another sign that the messages are fake to begin with.

Imran Capital Investment

If you don’t run a business and yet you are getting messages that claim to want to invest millions in your business, you can be pretty sure those messages are scams. (Another clue: a company that supposedly invests millions of dollars ought to be able to avoid sending email messages in broken English.)

Business investment scams work like other kinds of advance fee frauds. If you take the bait, the scammers will promise to provide you with lots of cash, but you’ll find that you have to advance some cash of your own to grease the transaction. If you pay, the scammer will disappear and you’ll never hear from him again.

Imran Progenix Capital info@imran.com

Dear Partner

We are Imran Capital Investment, your partner in startup.ch.Our Group invest in fast growing businesses at all stages of their development and across all sectors of business

We have been an active investor; sometimes investing to the tune of $150 to $200 million per transaction.

From our location in Saudi Arabia, we are able to keep a pulse on emerging investment trends in new global markets and finding entrepreneurs with lucrative business models.

Due to the lucrative nature of your business,we have developed interest to invest in your business and I believe we can work together to achieve this goal. Kindly contact us for further discusion.

Regards
IMRAN ABDUL GROUP
(CEO) Imran Capital – Investment
Email: info@progenixcapitals.com