Posted 8 December 2016 – Well, not exactly a Prince, but if you receive an email from someone claiming to need help in Syria, it most likely is a scam.
Scammers have been using email to “phish” good Samaritans in to giving money.
The email might say “I am looking for an honest person to help us sell our gold so we can leave Syria” and offer a percentage of the potential sale. Yet, before long, “setbacks” on the ground force the unwitting to pay for purported bribes and taxes to get the money out of the country.
Be wary when you see unknown emails. And God forgive those who use the war in Syria as a way to line their own pockets.
Read more at the Better Business Bureau.