The scammer who sent this email is going to have a hard time just working out which email address to look at to see if they have any replies. The email was (allegedly) sent from firstname.lastname@example.org – with a Reply-to address of email@example.com – but I’m asked to reply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you want to guess where this email was sent from? Malaysia (Money Gram Malaysia)? Japan (yahoo.co.jp)? No. It was sent from the Australian National University. I think maybe their students need to spend more time on their academic studies and less time on their computers trying to scam innocent victims.
The G-20 Group in relationship with HSBC London has concluded that
our working partner (Money Gram Malaysia) has helped us to send your
first instalmental payment of US$5,000 as instructed by the Group of
Twenty (G-20) in conjuction with the Malaysia government and will keep
sending you $5000 twice a week until the full payment of (US$820,000 )
To track your funds, You are to forward your name to our money gram agent
(Mr Allen Davies) via email: email@example.com
Mrs Patricia Lee