This email with the subject "Dear Sir" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 14 Jun 2010 17:23:25 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.
The sender was Mr. Anthony Galliano <email@example.com>, although it may have been spoofed.
FROM THE DESK OF MR. ANTHONY GALLIANO AUDITS & ACCOUNTS DEPT FOREIGN TRADE BANK OF CAMBODIA (FTB) SAMDECH PAN BRANCH, Nš. 78, SAMDECH PAN (ST. 214), CORNER STREET TRASAK PAEM, PHNOM PENH CAMBODIA. Sir, My name is Mr. Anthony Galliano, a Business Manager with Foreign Trade Bank(Cambodia office), am as well an account officer to a deceased customer of our bank, who died in an auto crash with his wife and two children along Cambodian Thailand way on November 16th 2004. After my further investigation, I discovered that Mr. Elias died with his next of kin and according to the laws and constitution guiding this banking institution stated that after the expiration of (5) Five years, if no body or person comes for the claim as the next of kin. His account of US$18.3 million with us has been unclaimed due to unavailability of next of kin/relatives to claim his estate. In accordance with the escheat laws in Cambodia as a kingdom, the Board of Directors of the bank met forth night ago and resolved to turn the estate of the deceased over to Government pause having waited for too long without the deceased relatives/next of kin surfacing property and if this is done, invariably, the funds will end up to become Government property and it is as a result of this that am moved to contact you considering the fact that the money will be intact pending until my physical arrival at your end for sharing. In view of this, am seeking your cooperation and understanding to stand as the deceased next of kin so that our bank will accord you the recognition and have the fund transfer to your account before the period given by the bank elapse. If you are interested and in agreement with me, get back to me quickly and I will send to you all our bank contacts and the information you may need to proceed without coming to Cambodia, and be rest assured that it is risk free project and the proceedings will be shared 60% me -40% you once the fund are expatriated into your account anywhere in the world. Do not fail to get back to me as soon as you have receive this mail right now to enable us discuss further, with your telephone and fax numbers for easy communication and oral discussion. I await your prompt response immediately. Best Regards. Mr. Anthony Galliano