How are you my Dear?

An unlikely greeting from a “Bank Manager in the Middle East”.  Mr Faeqah certainly doesn’t convince the Middle Eastern reader who submitted this scam.  He doesn’t convince me either.  He’s just a scammer, who just wants to get his hands on your money and make himself rich. 


Good day,
My name is Nejad Faeqah, I am a regional Bank Manager in the Middle East , which i will tell you later. 
Am awfully sorry if this letter does not suit your business or personal ethics. I got your contact during my search on business/ dealers and real estate internet search and my mind strongly tells me that I can trust you, because I am desperately need someone I can trust.

      I only hope we can assist each other mutually, If you don’t want this business offer kindly forget it as I will not bother you again. I have packaged a financial transaction that will benefit both of us, as the Regional Manager of my branch, it is my duty to send our end of year financial report to our head office at the end of each year, in my financial report for last year ended, I carefully set aside a huge amount of money from the total profit made by the Bank.

      This fund is in a suspense account in my branch, As the Bank Manager, am not supposed to be directly connected to this fund, this is the reason why I need someone like you, whom I can trust, you are to stand inn as the beneficiary to this deposited funds as next of kin and claims that your business partner made the deposit before his death, meanwhile I will furnish you with the amount involved and all the necessary documents to back up your claims if you are actually interested in this deal, If you are interested in this transaction, please kindly assure me that you are willing to handle it without thinking any bad against me later in this deal and I will be waiting to hear from you soonest. This is my private e-mail address ( )

  Mr.Nejad Faeqah.