Floating Money Fund Phishing Scam Email

Subject: Urgent Business Attention

Received from: gregorynorman@outlook.com

Hello Dear Friend Compliments of the Season. Don't be surprised at the way and Manner of this Unsolicited mail considering the fact that we are yet to know , Meet each other nor exchanged Official Correspondence before as to warrant sharing this vital Information with you and as such i shall not be too Surprised if you don't Respond to it or make any unguarded statement in view of what is Happening in our Contemporary world today however i want you to Understand that Communication of this Sort has brought with it Good ,Glad and beneficial tidings in the past so ours should not be an Exception so i crave your indulgence to give this matter its Urgent and Desired attention for our benefit. Please consider to help me relocate this GBP30M for establishing an industry in your country. This money fund was deposited in our bank by Mrs. Nina Wang from Hong Kong who died of cancer on April 3rd 2007 without a heir. A routine notification was sent to her forwarding E-mail address but without responses. She did not declare her next of kin in the bank official papers including her real home contacts. 

Click here ;( http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6524861.stm) 

Floating Money Fund

This money has been floating and if I do not remit it out urgently it will be confiscated by the government as unclaimed fund. You will be compensated with 40% for your collaboration to receive this floating fund. I will give you all vital information and clarification when I receive your reply. 

Regards, Gregory

From blog author: This is the first time I've heard of a "floating" money fund.

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