Wouldn’t it be nice to receive ten million dollars? Scammers know it would, so they figure if they can convince you that there’s money waiting for you, that will make it easier for them to pick your pocket.
This is a standard advance fee fraud message that promises you a fortune, if only you’ll agree to the terms of the transfer. (Read more about how advance fee frauds work.) In fact, if you reply to the scammer, you’ll discover that you have to send a “transfer fee” or “bank tax,” and then the scammer will disappear and your non-existent fortune will vanish.
Reply-To: Bangkok Bank firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Bangkok Bank email@example.com
Subject: Transfer Notification …
Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2015
kindly get back to us now for the Transfer of your funds $10,000,000.00 Via Swift Electronic wire transfer directly into your account in your Country as instructed by the Central Bank of Thailand.
We have been instructed to ensure you receive your Funds Payment transfer directly into your account within Five working Days.
Reply Fast for more details on your funds swift electronic wire transfer arrangement with the Bangkok Bank Thailand.
Bangkok Bank. Head Office.
Address: 333 Silom Rd, Silom, Bang Rak.
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand
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