Fraudulent Email Alert: Email Titled KUOK FOUNDATION BERHAD

Fraudulent Email Alert: Email Titled KUOK FOUNDATION BERHAD


The following email is fraudulent.  If you receive a copy of the email, delete it immediately. Do not respond.

Copy of fraudulent email: Sat, 25 Jun 2011 05:35:28 GMT
Reply-To: <[email protected]
From: “Mr. Robert Kuok”<[email protected]
Subject: Investment Private Placement
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2011 22:35:29 -0700
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Dear Entrepreneur,
KUOK FOUNDATION BERHAD is a venture capital firm specializing in growth capital investments. It seeks to invest in public and private securities in a broad range of areas including real estate, energy, oil and gas, emerging markets, and high-technology. Within the technology sector, the firm focuses on communications, software, and digital content and services. We wish to invest between $2Million-$50Million in any viable projects that your company requires funding on an equity investment capacity, on review of your company’s Business Plan we shall determine on the projects possible funding. This will be a silent and Private Placement Investment.

Endeavor to respond promptly if the investment proposal meets your company’s Approval.

Kind Regards,
Robert Kuok
Address: 34th Floor, Bank of China Tower,1 Garden Road, Central
Hong Kong. [email protected]

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