Inheritance scams

Hello my friend,
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Scam Email received 5/18/2019

Email From:

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Sender Name:

edward blu

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Email Subject:

Hello my friend,


Hello my friend, – [email protected]


*Hello my friend,We want to transfer to overseas ($ 24,000.000.00 USD) from a prime bank here in Ghana, I want to ask you to quietly look for a reliable and honest person who will be capable and fit to provide either an existing bank account or to set up a new Bank a/c immediately to receive this money, even an empty a/c can serve to receive this money, as long as you will remain honest to me till the end of this important business trusting in you and believing in God that you will never let me down either now or in future.I am Dr Edward Blu, Director of International Relation with a bank here in Ghana,during the course of our auditing I discovered a floating fund in an account opened in the bank in 2001 and since 2002 nobody has operated on this account again, after going through some old files in the records I discovered that the owner of the account died without a [heir] hence the money is floating and if I do not remit this money out urgently it will be forfeited for nothing.The owner of this account is Mr.Louis Kennedy , a foreigner, and a sailor, and he died since 2002. and no other person knows about this account or any thing concerning it, the account has no other beneficiary and my investigation proved to me as well that Late Mr.Louis Kennedy was the manager of K.Louis LTD.We will start the first transfer with Six Million USD [$6,000.000.00] upon successful transaction without any disappoint from your side, we shall re-apply for the payment of the remaining amount to your account,The amount involved is $24M I want to first transfer $6,000.000 [Six Million United States Dollar from this money into a safe foreigners account abroad before the rest, but I don’t know any foreigner in my life, I am only contacting you as a foreigner because this money can not be approved to a local person here, without valid international foreign passport, but can only be approved to any foreigner with valid international passport or drivers license and foreign a/c because the money is in US dollars and the former owner of the a/c Mr.Louis Kennedy was a foreigner too, [and the money can only be approved into a foreign a/c.At the conclusion of this business, you will be given 30% of the total amount, 60% will be for me, 5% will be for expenses both parties might have incurred during the process of transferring and 5% will be for orphanage homes.If you are interested in this offer, kindly get back to me through my private e-mail address([email protected] ) so that I can furnish you with more details and next step forward.Yours Sincerely,Edward Blu* edward blu – [email protected]

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