This email with the subject "Perhaps a family member in Singapore" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 10 Feb 2007 07:43:34 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.
The sender was Xing Chung <firstname.lastname@example.org>, although it may have been spoofed.
The Bank Of East Asia Ltd 137 Market Street Bank of East Asia Building Singapore 048943 Perhaps a family member in Singapore. A family member of yours (perhaps) in Singapore died twelve years ago leaving behind an estate/capital (US$18.9M with interest) in a bank here where I work, till date nobody has come forward or put application for the claim. During the bank private search for the relative recently your name and email contact was among the findings that matches the same surname as the decease (name WITHELD for security reason) who died interstate with no Will or next of kin. To maintain the level of security required I have intentionally left out the final details. I urge you to come forward since I can provide you with the details needed for you to claim the estate/capital so that I can be gratify by you, in this way $7,560,000.00 for you and $11,340,000.00 for me and my colleagues that will do all the crucial part in the bank to have the claim release to you promptly. To affirm your willingness and cooperation please do so by replying me at my private email (email@example.com) stating your FULL NAME, DATE OF BIRTH, TELEPHONE NUMBER, FAX NUMBER, PRIVATE EMAIL ADDRESS AND POSTAL ADDRESS. I do expect you prompt response. Thank you, Xing Chung.