Scam Email received 8/5/2022
Confirm For Me Please
Confirm For Me Please – email@example.com
Trans# $9.4M/MM-Esp I’m pleased to confirm if you receive the email / letter I sent you, having the same (surname) last name with my client. I want to make sure you get it and hopefully you have a chance, it will work well for you. It’s more professional and you need to be more serious about it with your dearest relative, an entrepreneur contractor, promoter with an independent business magnate who lived in Europe (Spain) for over a decade and successfully executed a contract worth ($ 9.4 million USD) in the construction and operation of project contracts with the government. I got your contact through your country’s municipal page, while I was looking for any (relative) or last name for him. Before the death of my deceased client; my client successfully executed a contract worth $ 9.4 million in projects. The government is fully paying in full all foreign contractors who have successfully completed their contracts and my client is one of those to benefit from this payment plan, which has already been deposited with his bank. As the Attorney/ Solicitor present during the registry of the contract of my late client, the bank has officially notified and instructed me to present the heir / heiress to make claim on the outstanding deposit, which has been recorded. Throughout Advent, I decided to contact you. I would like to present you as a family member (sole beneficiary) to the financial institution (bank). You have a common last name with him as my client’s closest relative next of kin. I want to assure you that I am proposing this project to you with the best of my intentions. All I require from you is your honest cooperation. I guarantee that this transaction will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of law. Upon successful completion of this project, once the deposit has been released to you, we will disburse the content in the ratio of 50% /50% for me respectively as our benefit ($ 4.7M each). Our work is subject to the lawyer-client, we offer a comprehensive privilege and protection as a lawyer-client and depending on us as lawyers. I want you to follow up on the email I sent you. My phone number: 011 (34) 9641-192-132. Please respond strictly to my email: *firstname.lastname@example.org* : You can also call me for effective communication and oral clarification on how I should proceed next. * Your printed name: —– * Phone number: —— Respectfully yours, + (34) 9641-192-132 Matveev Rodriguez Senior Associate Esp(lawyer) Matveev Rodriguez – email@example.com
The above email is a scam. If you still think is legitimate, but you’re still concerned, then follow these steps:
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How to check if you received a scam email
- Google the details.
Do a Google search for the persons name/company name that the email has come from.
- Confirm the details.
Visit their website and look for a phone number or email address. Search for the website yourself. Do not assume the details in the email are valid.
- Confirm using the information you have found
Using the details you have researched, call or email the business and ask them to verify the information within the email.
- Check if the email has been sent to multiple people
Google snippets of the email text to see if the same format has been used in the past. eg “Army officer from Syria but now living with the United Nations on asylum”