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This topic gives information about the telephone number +971523340165, which has been identified as being used by scammer as part of their scam. This first post gives some general information about the telephone number, such as the country/area it is from, the type of number and the provider. Additional posts give information about occurrences of the number being used as part of a scam.

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Telephone number +971523340165 has a country code of 971, which indicates that it is from United Arab Emirates. The dialing code (52) indicates that the number is a mobile number. The original service provider was "du".

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Telephone number +971523340165 is being used as part of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam by someone claiming to be "Husam Al Sayed", from Dubai Islamic Bank and using the email address president.ceo@globtechint.com. The telephone number is included in the following Advance Fee Fraud email that is being sent to victims:
Dear Sir,
I am Husam Al Sayed, a senior staff of Dubai Islamic Bank here in UAE.
I have an urgent business opportunity I need to share with you, but i
can not do it here due to the sensitivity of the matter. I am using a
relatives account to reach you for reasons I will let you know later.
Please send me your private email address to my email below so I can
send you details.

Email:president.ceo@globtechint.com
Tel: +971523340165

Regards.
Husam Al Sayed.
The email was sent from the email address ""Husam Al Sayed.." <nyilas.denes@godolloisk.hu>", with the Reply-to address "president.ceo@globtechint.com" and the subject "Dear Sir,".

The email is a classic example of an Advance Fee Fraud Scam with promises of a large sum of money being transferred to the victim. Anyone responding to it will be told that there is a fee/tax/insurance payment to be paid to receive the money. This will be followed by payment after payment until the victim runs out of money or realises that they are being scammed.

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