Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: Awaiting Your Response

From: "Mr. Mike Liang" <>

This email with the subject "Awaiting Your Response" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Wed, 23 Apr 2008 16:48:48 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was "Mr. Mike Liang" <>, although it may have been spoofed.


My name is Mr. Mike Liang. I trained and work as an external auditor for
the Development Bank of Singapore (D.B.S). Working as part of a bigger team
that covers the entire Asia region. I have taken pains to find your contact
through personal endeavours.

On routine audit check last month, I discovered some investment accounts
that have been dormant for the last thirteen (13) years, all the accounts
belonging to a single holder with monies totaling  ($21.1 Million United
States Dollars). Banking regulation/legislation in Singapore demand
that I notify the fiscal authorities after a statutory time period of
twelve years when dormant accounts of this type are called in by the
monetary regulatory bodies. The above set of facts underscores my reason of
writing and making the following proposal.

My investigations of the said account reveals that the investor died in
1995 the exact time the account was last operated, I can confirm with
certainty that the said investor died intestate and no next of kin to his
estate has been found or has come forward all these years. I am of the
settled conviction that using my insider leverage, working with you can
secure the funds in the account for us instead of allowing it pass as
an unclaimed fund into the coffer Court s of the Singapore Government. This
exactly is why I crave your participation and co-operation.

I have seized all relevant documents (Legal and Banking) that will
facilitate my putting you forward as the claimant/beneficiary of the funds
and ultimately transfer the money to any account nominated by you. Of
course you shall be handsomely rewarded for your part in this transaction
with 30% compensation from the total funds for your efforts, less any
expenses. I shall however leave out the finer details of this transaction
till I receive
an affirmation of your desire to participate. Be assured that I am on top
of the situation.

There will be no risk involved whatsoever if you agree to come on board.
Needless to say, UTMOST CONFIDENTIALITY is of
vital importance if we are to successfully reap the immense benefits of
this transaction.

I guarantee that the transaction will be executed under a legitimate
arrangement that will protect all from any bridge of law. To
affirm your willingness and cooperation to my proposal please contact me
through fax or email stating the followings:

(1)   Full Name:  (2)  Telephone and Fax Number: (3)  Postal Address: (4)

Your prompt response will be highly appreciated.

Kind Regards,
Mr. Mike Liang

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