A Scam Email with the Subject "Re: Your Overdue Fund:(23/6/2017)" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:37:13 -0400 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Hua Xia Bank"<email@example.com>, although it may have been spoofed.
It's nice meeting you and I thank you for giving me your audience as we have not meet each other one on one before but sometimes in life, luck and faith plays a role in two people meeting from no where to become friends or business partners. My names are Mrs Elizabeth Liang, I work with Hua Xia Bank as UK representative staff here in China and currently I am the International Fund Remittance Officer.
However, I got your Email Address in my search for an international partner with a business oriented personality in my private study on the internet to transact this business with. Note, I have intention of placing your name as the beneficiary to USD25,500,000.00 Million due to the death of the depositor(My Late Client) who died along with her only family many years ago.
The funds I am referring to is right here in Hua Xia Bank floating in suspense fix deposit account, therefore I solicit for your cooperation to be in collaboration with me to have this done, it will be transferred into an account you will provide any where in the world once approved in your name as the next of kin of which i shall have every necessary legal documents secured in your favour.
Note, 50% of the USD25,500,000.00 will be for your cooperation and assistance while the other 50% is for me which i also intend investing in your country and on hearing from you i shall furnish you with more details on what next to do.
For the main time I will need you to provide me with your following information urgently to enable the attorney which i will be hiring start the processing of all the relevant legal documents for the fund remittance to you as the bonafide beneficiary.
1)Your Full Name:
3)Tel: & Fax:
6) Your Present Occupation Status:
Awaiting your quick response,
Mrs E. Liang.