This scammer starts by appologising for sending me his scam – and then sends it anyway. He goes on tell that he is a high ranking bank official, who just happens to want to do an underhand business deal – with me – or you – or anyone daft enough to answer.
Would you trust a dishonest bank official? I hope not. Mr Kamn isnt a bank official and he doesn’t work for the PrivateClientBank. If he did, he would be sacked immediately, since he’s sent this email to thousands, if not millions, of people.
He’s a scammer who just wants to get his hands on your money by charging you fees. Ignore hime.
Firstly, i will like to apologise for the manner at which i have sent you this mail because we have not had any prior communication. I came across your email address via the internet and decided to send you this mail. My name is Hans-jorg Kamn, I’m the director of operations at the PrivateClientBank (www.privateclientbank.ch) in Zurich, Switzerland.
I will need you to assist me in executing a business project in the tune of five million five hundred thousand US dollars ($5,500,000). This business project involves transferring the above funds from my bank in Switzerland to any designated bank account in your country.
In this regards, I will need to know if you will be able to handle this with me before I explain the details of the proposal to you. Should you be interested, please reply me to private email address: hans.Kamn@gmail.com.
Your earliest response to this letter will be appreciated, thanks for your anticipated cooperation.