Scam: $24,500,000 Hong Kong Bank Transfer from Libyan client

You may notice an email message in your inbox that claims a bank director from Hong Kong wants to transfer $24,500,000 that belonged to a dead Libyan client with no family to you. This email message is meant to scam victims into providing personal information. The message is entirely fraudulent, it’s fake, DO NOT reply back with your information.

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Subject Reply me back soon
From Kong Hui

Please I would like you to keep this proposal as a top secret and delete it if you are not interested and get back to me if you are interested for details as regards to the transfer of $24,500,000 to you.
This money initially belongs to a Libyan client who died in the libya crisis and had no next of kin in his account-opening package in my bank here in Hong kong where I am a bank director. In other to achieve this, I shall require your full name, and telephone number to reach you.Most importantly, a confirmation of acceptance from you will be needed after which I shall furnish you with the full details of this transaction.
Yours Truly,
Kong Hui.

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