Richard Choong gibt mir 3 Millionen Dollar

– schreibt er zumindest in seine Email an „mich“. Warum stellt er mit das Geld nicht in einem Koffer vor die Tür?


I am Richard Choong (General Manager Internal Audit) Maybank Malaysia. I would respectfully request that you keep the contents of this mail confidential and respect the integrity of the information you come by as a result of this mail. I contacted you independently of our investigation and no one is informed of this communication. I would like to intimate you with certain facts that I believe would be of interest to you. I know you would be wondering why I am writing you with a request such as this but I only urge you to read on. I decided to contact you through email due to the urgency, anyway I need your co-operation in receiving US$10.5Million that has been in a dormant account with my bank since 1997 under inheritance claim. 30% of the total sums will be accrued to you upon the confirmation of the funds in your nominated account.
Although it may seem small, but you have to understand and accept this since 40% of the total sum will go to charity, as my entitlement here is also 30%. I need your co-operation here because the account holder an Iraqi Chieftain and businessman died at the war I find out this during the course of our internal audit, I have tried to reach any of the next trustees, but to no avail and since I am not in position to make the claim, I can establish you before the bank as the heir to the bequest. It is very important that the claim is made, as the bank will turn the funds over to the treasury anytime from now if it remains unclaimed. Therefore let your conscience towards this proposal be nurtured with sincerity.
Regards,
Richard Choong.

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