Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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From: Farrer & Co < farrer@farrerco.com >
Sent: Wed, December 29, 2010 9:28:16 AM
Subject: Legal Notice for you

London EC1V 2PT

Good day

Following the gazette by The Chancellor of the Exchequer to all financial
institutions with National Savings and Investments to estimate the value of
its unclaimed assets in savings with no customer activity for 15 years with a
view to harness around 1bn pounds lying dormant in the nation’s bank and
building society accounts for re-investment in the UK, the NCC has commissioned
FARRER & CO to seek out legal beneficiaries/Heirs to unclaimed asset as
a means to ensure that genuine claims are not reverted to the government
treasury and to maintain public confidence in the safety and security of the
banking system.

I work for Farrer & Co, a U.K. law firm that arranges asset management and
storage of special valuables for reputable clients. We have information
concerning of the availability of a bank deposit box which has been listed in
your name. You are the beneficiary of the deposit box which contains
2,500,000.00 (Two Million five Hundred thousand British Pound Sterling). The
lease on the Safe deposit box has expired and no further rental payments or
claims have since been made since dormancy.

Financial assets are considered unclaimed when contact with an owner or
beneficiary is lost for an extended period and the lease expired without
further rental payments or claims. This often happens due to a name change
after marriage or divorce, an unreported change of address or expired postal
forwarding order, incomplete, illegible records and result of computer and
clerical errors. When owners or their heirs fail to claim an asset over a
specified number of years known as the dormancy period, those left holding the
money: banks, stock brokers, utilities, employers, life insurance companies
and others - transfer custody to a special trust account in a process known as

We have traced this bank deposit to you as the listed beneficiary and you are
advised to contact this office immediately for release proceedings to commence
with the courts.

Yours Faithfully,
David Copping
Associate Solicitor
Farrer & Co.
London WC2A 3LH
United Kingdom


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