Internet Advice e-mail - Partnership Scam
This email actually arrived from: Basmah Abdulaziz <email@TopOnGoogle.com>
Hope this email meets you at your best, My name is Basmah Amira Bint Saud Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, I have not done business in your country before, I want to invest through you as am not allowed to venture into business as a lady. After Covid-19 Pandemic am not allowed to travel outside my country.
I need your help to invest a total of USD $25.5 M deposited in a vaults with Euroclear with my names ready to be invested.
If you are interested, kindly contact me to send all proof of funds to you for your consideration. I cannot say everything here. Kindly get back to me if you're interested and need more details.
Reach me on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basmah Amira Bint Saud Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud
But this seems like an odd strategy - to fill in the contacts page of a website called 'Internet Advice' with one of the most obvious spam scams we have seen in years and leave your email as a reply rather than a scam link.