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Nigerian Scam

Nigerian Scam

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Published by: Caroline Rose on Aug 20, 2010
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Presented By,Caroline Rose,USA
Overview: Nigerian Scam Mail Archives
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Nigerian Scam Mail Archives 2004
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Date: 30 Dec 2004 22:04:54 -0000Subject: Acknowledge My MailFrom: jun <jun.cheng005@laposte.net>Mr. Jun Cheng,Bank Of Korea,16-1, Yoido-dong,Youngdungpo-gu,Seoul 150-873.
Dear FriendI am Jun Cheng a manager of bills/exchange at the foreign remittance department of Hanivitbank. In mydepartment, we discovered an abandoned sum of $44,700,000.00 (Forty Four Million, Seven HundredThousand United State Dollars only) in an account that belonged to one Late Mr Andrew Phillips anAmerican, who died along with his entire family, on November 1996, in a ghastly plane crash. Since wegot the information about his death, we have been expecting his next-of-kin to come over and file aclaim as next of kin over his money because we can not release it unless somebody applied for it as next
of kin or relation to the deceased as indicated in our banking guidelines.Unfortunately, nobody has come forward to claim this money. It is based on this that some officials inmy department and I have decided to establish a cordial business relationship with you, hence bycontacting you. We want you to present yourself as the next of kin to Late Mr Andrew Phillips, so thatthe funds can be remitted into your account. Moreover, we do not want the money to go into thegovernment account as unclaimed bills. The banking law and guidelines here stipulates that any accountabandoned or is dormant for a period of years, is deemed closed and all money contained thereinforfeited to the government treasury account.Now, it is being speculated that the above sum will be transferred into the government account asan unclaimed fund on or before the end of this financial quarter of 2004, when nobody come forward tolay claims. The reason for requesting your assistance, is occasioned by, the fact that the deceased (LateMr Andrew Phillips) was a foreigner, and we have access to his detailed bio data which you will hold as aweapon to present yourself as the next of kin to Late Mr Andrew Phillips.The mode of sharing after a successful transfer of the money into your account, shall be 70% to mycolleagues and I, for the role you will be expected to play in this deal, we have agreed to give you 25% of the total sum and 5% for the expenses we are going to encounter by the two parties in the course of thistransaction. Therefore,you are expected to reply this letter indicating your readiness and interest toparticipate in this business. After receiving your reply, you will be communicated to with the exact stepsto take. I expect your urgent response and I shall contact you for further discussion on this matter,toenable us conclude this transaction urgently without any delay or hitch. Please treat this businessproposal as strictly confidential for security reasons considering my official position in Bank of Korea.Personal Regards,Mr. Jun Cheng

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