The word "trust" in these things makes me want to laugh until I'm blue. The death of Nina Wang Kung four years ago is not widely known in the western world, which is why this scam has been making the rounds in North America, Western Europe, and Australia. Prior to her death, she was among the wealthiest Asians in the world. Tony Chan Chun-chuen was apparently a friend of hers, and this scammer is claiming to be him. He wants to be careful, though, and not claim that he's trying to share Ms Wang's entire fortune with you, he only claims to want to share a paltry $12 million. He proposes to transfer the fund to your bank account, and expects you to share your banking details with him. If you do so, you would shortly hear a large vacuuming sound coming from it. There is no money, and there never is. He only wants to steal from you. This entry is located in the upper righthand corner at this link, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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