Hello ASS,

I just received this SMS this evening (see picture attached).I know it’s a scam, some receive it via email, some via SMS, but how many people actually believe this is real. If you make the mistake of replying to ask for more information, you’ll discover that you have to pay “taxes” or “transfer payments” or “bank fees” before the (imaginary) fortune can be delivered to you. And then if you make the bigger mistake of paying, the scammer will disappear with your money and you’ll never hear from him again.

Although there is a REAL Saudi Prince named Prince Alwaleed bin Talal who is giving away his fortune, scammers have taken advantage of it

THIS IS REAL : Saudi prince known as ‘the Arabian Warren Buffett’ because of his brilliant business mind announces he will give his entire $32BILLION fortune away to charity

BEWARE OF SCAM : ‘Prince Al Waleed millions’ email scam hits UAE

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