Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
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Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 18:37:26 +0200
Subject: Hello Friend, How Was Your Day?
From: "Mr. McWalker" <[email protected]>
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How are you and your family?

I shouldn't have use this medium,but I chose it because is it's fast,sure
and most secured medium of communication.However, this is private and it
should be treated as such.

Am Mr. McWalker, a Banker.

Am contacting you believing you will understand this kind of deal and it's
requirements,The Management and staff of my bank in a closing of the year
2011 meeting,recommended that the account of our dead depositor should be
declared dormant and the depositor's fund sent to the Bank treasury
according to British Banking and financial law if his next of kin or
relatives didn't show up to make claims and we have made series of efforts
to contact any of his relatives to claim this money but without success.

The person in question has an account with our branch he has £6.2
million (Six Million, two Hundred Thousand British Pounds) deposited in
our branch .In fact, since his death, no next of kin or any relative of
his has shown up for the claim, to my understanding this is because he
couldn't recommend any of his relatives to the bank for notification
before his death,although before his death he promise to present his son
as his next of kin,which he could not do before his death.

This is where I am interested and where I want you to come in. I want you
to come in as the relation of the deceased, I will give you the relevant
information/details and documents that will be use in this transaction and
you will have these money transferred into your account without trace and
not being the true relative of the deceased.

If you Indicate your willingness to come in this transaction. I will use
my positions to get all internal documents to back up the claims. Do not
bothered yourself of not related in any way to him(deceased) as I am in
position to affix your name as the next of kin in the bank computer
central system. The whole Procedures will last only few working days to
get the fund transfer successfully without trace even in future. About
sharing the money you will get 28% of total sum then 72% for us.

Kindly respond promptly so that I can advice you on the next step to follow.

I will be waiting to hear from you.

Yours truly
Mr. McWalker

If you wish you can email me at
[email protected]

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