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Tue, 12 Jul 2016 20:18 EDT
Thank you for tha alert. I received the same email from Ahmed Ali, unfortunately i sent him the filled affidavit and ID copy on his request. Still waiting for some documents to claim. Can they use my documents for other fraud?
Sat, 28 May 2016 08:52 EDT
Rosmawati Binti Ismail
I received something similar, saying that her client is deceased and there is no next-of-kin. Me being a foreigner, should not ring any alarms because I can just act as a distant relative; and her being a private banker, knows how things work?
She claimed that she is the only one with the account details; but seriously, If the bank needs the details, she cannot NOT give the account details for investigation right?

To be really honest, when there is a huge sum of money with no one to claim, its either the government or the bank who will take in the money.

People who receive such emails should be wary. Even if all of these is true, do not accept it. I learnt that safer and stricter countries can even track down the funds, unless you remit it to so many different banks and accounts all over the world that each transaction cost is so little to track.
Sat, 19 Mar 2016 15:59 EDT
received same email scam
i have received the very same email scam dats wen i do research nd end up here is barrister hussain malik.thats de scam email.
Wed, 16 Mar 2016 14:41 EDT
just got the same email from Hussain Malik Law Firm
The email reads as follow:

My name is Barrister Hussain Malik, a legal practitioner in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I saw your contact and profile and decided that you could cooperate with me in this proposition. I have a client, who was deceased in November, 2013, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I am contacting you because you have the same surname as my deceased client and i felt that you could help me in the distribution of funding that were left in my deceased client's bank account. This funding is closed to be declared un-serviceable by the bank as there were no indicated next of kin or next of beneficiary of the funding in the bank account.

The total amount of cash in the bank account of my deceased client is US$ 11.3 Million ( Say, Eleven Million, three Hundred Thousand United States dollars Only ), The bank had issued to me a notification to contact the next of kin of my deceased client for either to re-activate the bank account or to make claim of beneficiary, of the funding in the bank account, with a month surcharge of 6% to be deducted as an Escrow safe keeping fee of the bank account, so as to avoid the indefinite closure of the bank account. My proposition to you is to seek your consent, and to present your kind self as the next-of-kin and beneficiary of my deceased client, since you have the same last name with him.

This means that the proceeds of his bank account would be paid to you as his next of kin or the legitimate beneficiary. When the proceeds in his bank account are paid to you, we would share the proceeds on a mutually agreed-upon percentage of 60% to me and 40% to your kind self. All the legal documents to back up your claim as my client's next-of-kin would be provided by me. The most important thing I would need is your honest cooperation in this proposition. This would be done under a legitimate arrangement that would protect you from any breach of the law. If this business proposition offends your moral and ethical values, feel free to back out. Please contact me at once if you are interested
Mon, 14 Mar 2016 03:00 EDT
i received this email now guys please help is this true ?
Tue, 8 Mar 2016 10:40 EST
Now he/she changed name cauz first was noor azwa binti ismail, woooow poverty!
Sayo Nyatlo
Mon, 7 Mar 2016 23:20 EST
Please be carefull i also received the same email with affdavit of malaysia from hussai malik
Fri, 4 Mar 2016 04:01 EST
I Almost Fell On The Hands Of Legitimate Scam Advocate In Malaysia
I did receive the same email from the 8th february last month until today from this Advocate so-called Barrister Affaf Binti Mohd Khair who promised me to be a next of kin to clain $12.5 million dollar and she said to me i have to pay the $500 for legal documents from the court to back up my inheritance from the deceased...I was about to pay $200 at least since i am not working,then i chose to make final research about scamming Lawyers in Malaysia,Wala! all the truth was revealed n i told this scam advocate i have seen all his schemes and tricks cos he did send me all the documents that looks legitimate from high court in Malaysia
Mon, 29 Feb 2016 03:11 EST
is this a scam of what? if it a scam please do something with these people
this is what i receive.....

First, let me introduce my self once more. I am Barrister Hussain Malik, I am a married father of two, aged 43. I am a senior advocate in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.I got your contact in a research Company, Chamber of Commerce the last time i went to China for research of some one bearing the same last name with my late client, so i decided to give you a trial.And i must let you know that this transaction is 100% risk free now till every thing is completed by your name, though is not by force to work on a transaction like this because we are going to benefit mutually from this transaction.

As I told you in my proposal mail,I choose you because of your last name, which is exactly the same as my late client's name. Is not that you are his relative, I only want to present you based on your last name. My client died in 2013 at the age of 51 and since then all the efforts of the Bank to locate his beneficiary failed, this is the reason they contacted me to trace his origin. The fund will be transferred to your account by the holding bank here after a successful claim has been made.There is no risk to this transaction as we will process all the required documents by law for a beneficiary claim.There are no other living relative,actually my client was born by two migrant workers that came to Malaysia in 50's.

In this transaction we will go step by step, first with the legal documents to back up the claim and secondly, the monetary documents for the transfer. As I also made you to understand in my first mail, the bank asked me to contact his beneficiary / his next of kin, as his Lawyer he did not leave any beneficiary name or next of kin with me, facing the situation, I decided to search for a good person of trust and one who bears the same last name as my late client, that will suite as his/her next of kin/bonafide beneficiary.

For the legal ramifications, be rest assured on that. This is my operational field, for I do know all the loop holes involved and will handle them with great professionalism.I will provide all the necessary legal documents that will back you up as the bonafide beneficiary of my late client, all I need from you is to cooperate with me and be honest in our agreement, If 60%/40%, 60 for me and 40 for you, is OK by you.

I will send you a beneficiary affidavit form from the high court, which you will fill and resend to me, for me to swear under oath in high court of Malaysia that you are truly the bonafide beneficiary of my late client and from here we will commence. Fill free to ask any question you want to ask for better understanding of the transaction. If I can count on your honesty, cooperation and confidence, reply positively for me to start the paper work. It is situated here in Malaysia. Honesty and Confidentiality of this transaction is very important.
Thu, 18 Feb 2016 01:51 EST
Guys I also received the email please be careful

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