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Subject:  Transfer Deal From Dubai
From:  "Abdul Rahim Mohd.Al Haj" <>
Date:  Mon, 07 Aug 2006 09:17:03 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Transfer Deal From Dubai" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 07 Aug 2006 09:17:03 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Abdul Rahim Mohd.Al Haj" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Abdul Rahim Mohd.Al Haj
Manager National Bank of Dubai.
BurJuman Centre Branch,
Khalid Bin Waleed Street ,
BurJuman Centre, Dubai
United Arab Emirate (U.A.E.).
please reply to :
Dear ,
I am Mr.Abdul Rahim Mohd.Al Haj Branch Manger of national
bank Of Dubai. I am writing following an Opportunity
in my office that will be of immense benefit to both of
us. In my department I discovered an abandoned sum of
$5.5 million ($5, 500, 000, 00 United state dollars)
in an account that belongs to one of our foreign customers,
Late Toni Choatean American who unfortunately lost
his life in a plane crash ( )
Since we got information about his death, we have been
expecting his Next of kin or relatives to come over and claim
his money because we Cannot release it unless somebody applies
for it as next of kin or Relation to the deceased as indicated
in our banking guidelines.
Unfortunately I learned that his supposed next of kin being his
only Daughter died along with him in the plane crash leaving
nobody with The knowledge of this fund behind for the claim,
and the banking law and guidelines here in united Arab emirate states
that if such money should Remain after five years, the money will be
transferred into banking treasury as unclaimed Deposit,
NOTE : Under a clear and legitimate agreement between you and me, we shall
work together and present you as the next of Kin so that the bank can
release the funds through you. All that is required is for you to
provide the following information: FULL NAME AND ADDRESS for me to use
in the payment application that will be sent to Bank, so that the
bank can contact you for payment and your TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBERS so
that I will be able to talk and confirm if your are really serious
about taking up this offer.
You do not have to worry about your job not permitting you to come
down, as you might not be required to come down here in person to
process the payment. There is no illegality in this proposal of mine,
as all the documents will be prepared in your name. As soon as I get
the above information from you, I will send to you, a copy of the
application letter that you are to send to the bank, detailing all the
information required. The letter will compel the bank not to liquidate
the deposit on the ground that the next of kin is alive and interested
in claiming the deposit. As the Bank Manager ,
I have all the documents that would assist you in case you decide to file for the claim of this 
We shall share the deposit in the following ratios: 40% for you and
60% for me. I want to believe this sharing ratio is fair enough. I am
prepared to welcome any amendment or suggestion you have on how much
each of us will get.
Contact me on my private email address ( )
so that I can disclose other information relating to this deposit.
Thank you very much for your anticipated acceptance while I expect
your prompt response.

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