The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  ( Bank Of China ) kindly confirm upon reception xxxxxxx
From:  "Mr Kim Wie"<kim2@gmail.com>
Date:  Sat, 29 Nov 2014 13:56:45 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "( Bank Of China ) kindly confirm upon reception xxxxxxx" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 29 Nov 2014 13:56:45 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Mr Kim Wie"<kim2@gmail.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

Hello,
 
My name is Mr Kim Wie and I work in a reputable bank. I have a transaction that I believe will be 
of mutual benefits to both of us. It involves an investment portfolio in our organization which I 
like to acquire with your help and assistance. This will be executed under a legitimate arrangement 
that will protect you from any breach of the law and you will be compensated adequately according 
to agreed commissions.
 
All I require from you is your trust and honest cooperation to enable us see this transaction 
through. You will have to show commitments to the cause as time will be of great importance in what 
we have to do. If you are interested and prepared to work with me according to these dictates, 
please reply to this mail immediately so that we can discuss, make assessments and after your basic 
understanding of the whole business, commence the process by which we will actualize the project. I 
wish you a pleasant day as I hope to read from you on my private email : wiekim59@yahoo.com   
 
Yours sincerely,

Mr Kim Wie

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