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: steven_walkeruk1@aol.com < steven_walkeruk1@aol.com >
Subject: Re: ,WAY FORWARD.
Date: Thursday, January 10, 2013, 9:38 PM

I am in receipt of your mail and the content there in is well understood by me.

It is my belief that you have perused my preceding mail titled: READ FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING, and that you understand the content of the mail. For this fund to be released by the Bank where it is lodged, it is imperative at this point to take pre-emptive steps that are necessary for the realization of our objective. Paramount is to feel the Bank Draft application sent via email to the office of the Bank.

As a precautionary measure, this application must be composed in the most convincing and uncompromising manner. This must be done to discourage any feeling of doubt in the minds of the directors of this Bank concerning your claim. After years of closed-door meetings with these directors, I must say without benefit of the doubt that they have plans of their own which is of a clandestine nature.

You would be approaching the Bank for the claim as a next of kin. In my late client’s deposited agreement with the Bank, a next of kin can lay claim to the funds in circumstances as these, and the finance house is aware that no one except one that is a trustee to the funds or a family member can have access to the documents that show proofs of the fund in their custody. I await your response to this mail and is better we stay close in contact for us to succeed with this transaction.

The certificate of deposit of your inheritance fund has been attached for your perusal alongside with my late clients death certificate,my friend and client it is also very important for you to know that this your inheritance fund transfer is %100 risk free,so please do this transaction with all your mind because everything will work out legitimately.

Last my friend and client we need to stay close in communication to enable you receive this fund with out any further delay.

I will be waiting for your quick reply ASAP.

Kind Regards.
Barrister Steven Walker.





On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 10:43 AM, < steven_walkeruk1@aol.com > wrote:
Hello Simon Young,
Thank you for your quick response.I am sending this mail for you to better understand this proposal so that we can both work together and recover this fund. I am not too sure if you are related to the named Robert,M.Young,but the circumstance surrounding this claim has necessitated this immediate contact.I am willing to send preliminary details to you via email as hereunder,I therefore request that you go through the details below for a better understanding of this possible joint venture.
My mail to you was written as a matter of last resort because of the very peculiar circumstances surrounding this claim. Mr.Robert.M.Young, was an oil merchant and he had oil dealings around Europe and the Middle East. He died in 2002 at 54,along side his wife, Maria 45, with their two sons, Michael (25 yrs) and Kenneth (18 yrs).
Robert had left no possible trace of any of his close relative with me; he lived most of his years in the U.K and Cyprus but traveled often. I served as his private attorney for the last six years preceding his death, and I had known the family a little while before then. Mr. Robert .M.Young,lived in England for some time. I never knew his father in person but I knew him to be the Late Mr. Williams Alter who died in France but lived in Kent. On my own, I have since carried out a search on his actual extended family ties and which efforts have been to no avail and hence my contacting you. I had contacted you to solicit your honest assistance in reprofiling funds belonging to my late client but you must grasp the details so you could understand the fuller reasons I need your co-operation. I contacted you because after the death of my late client, I was informed by the Bank, where he held this deposit to search for any member of his extended family to put up a claim, or who could be so represented as managers or trustees for his deposited funds with them which stands at over 6.8 million GBP due to the fact that he died with his immediate family members.
After preliminary efforts of search which came to no avail, I was given an ultimatum by the bank at the last quarter of the last year to look for any family member, however distant, to come for the claim or have the funds liquidated and made unserviceable in accordance with existing laws because it will be legally presumed that no member of his family is alive. However, it might interest you to know that, after a thorough investigation in the Bank, I found out that some members of the company are currently planning to divert this fund in their selfish interest and only want to use the excuse that since I am not able to look for some one to make the claim, the money should be made unserviceable and that means reverting the fund to the Government while the company retains a percentage of it.
After unraveling their plans and professional consideration on my part,I decided to look for some one credible, with the same last name with my late client, and living outside of the UK to apply for this claim due to the fact that I have at my exclusive possession, some original legal/deposit documents which are very important and which might be requested by them and which. Only because my late client confided in me and left these CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS in my possession with an intend to save guard them, but could not retrieve them from me before he lost his life. They have since been with me and which fact has since remained unknown to the bank .so please note that I only contacted you based on the unfortunate circumstance surrounding my late client’s funds, which is the only reason why the both of us are fortunate for this fund at the moment.
I feel and know that you will be able to make this claim SUCCESSFULLY because of your last name that is the same as that of my late client's but. I want you to know the circumstances behind this fund and the safety measures that must be taken in order for us to be successful with the transfer of the fund from the hands of the greedy directors of the finance company where this fund is lodged. One of such measures is you trying your possible best to make this transaction a very confidential one between you and I ONLY until the transfer of the fund into your account is through, if you want us to be successful. Note that there is a legal reason for the confidentiality of this transaction because of the nature of the transactions and the circumstances surrounding it.
Anyway, further deliberations will be held on this as we proceed. I want you to know that I have these documents to show to you as proof but I cannot release them for your perusal now for security reasons until I have attained your confidence, I will provide you with any information you need. Be informed that after a second thought at the end of the transaction, I propose that 40% of the net sum will accrue to me while you retain the balance of 60% at the conclusion of this deal. Sharing will take place after taxes have been removed when the fund enters your account. I would need to know if the percentage is ok with you.
If you have gone through this mail and you feel, it is well understood, please get back to me telling me if you are willing to go ahead so that I can give you vital information about the late Engr.Robert.M.Young, and the contact of this finance company where this fund is lodged and then inform you too on how to proceed. Please bear in mind that you have to be sure if you are going ahead or not for I do not want to jeopardize the success of this transaction. I will wait for your response and please do not forget about the discreet nature of this transaction. We have to be close in communication if we must succeed with this transaction.I await your response to this mail.
Kind Regards.

Barrister Steven Walker


From: steven walker < s.walker39@aol.com >
Date: Monday, January 14, 2013, 10:23 AM


Steven Walker(Esq)
Village Arcade Station Road
London E4 7DA, United Kingdom.
E-mail (steven_walker38@aol.com) 

Greetings To You,

This is a personal email directed to you and I request that it be treated as such. I am Steven Walker, a personal attorney/sole executor to the late Engineer Robert M, herein after referred to as” my client" I represent the interest of my client killed with his immediate family in a fatal motor  accident in East London on November 5, 2002.and I will like to negotiate the terms of investment of resources available to him. 

My late client worked as consulting engineer & sub-comptroller with Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Ltd here in the United Kingdom and had left behind a deposit of Six Million Eight Hundred Thousand British Pounds Sterling only (£6.8million) with a finance company. The funds originated from contract transactions he executed in his registered area of business. Just after his death, I was contacted by the finance house to provide his next of kin, reasons been that his deposit agreement contains a residuary clause giving his personal attorney express authority to nominate the beneficiary to his funds. Unknown to the bank, Robert had left no possible trace of any of his close relative with me, making all efforts in my part to locate his family relative to be unfruitful since his death. In addition, from Robert’s own story, he was only adopted and his foster parents whom he lost in 1976, according to him had no possible trace of his real family. 

The funds had remained unclaimed since his death, but I had made effort writing several letters to the embassy with intent to locate any of his extended relatives whom shall be claimants/beneficiaries of his abandoned personal estate, and all such efforts have been to no avail. More so, I have received official letters in the last few weeks suggesting a likely proceeding for confiscation of his abandoned personal assets in line with existing laws by the bank However, it will interest you to know that I discovered that some directors of this finance company are making plans already to have this fund to themselves only to use the excuse that since I am unable to find a next of kin to my late client then the  funds should be confiscated, meanwhile their intentions is to have the funds retrieved for themselves. 

I reasoned very professionally and resolved to use a legal means to retrieve the abandoned funds, and that is to present the next of kin of my deceased client to the bank. This is legally possible and would be done in accordance with the laws. On this note, I decided to search for a credible person and finding that you bear a similar last name, I was urged to contact you, that I  may, with your consent, present you to the "trustee" bank as my late client's surviving family member so as to enable you put up a claim to the bank in that capacity as a next of kin of my client. I find this to be possible for the fuller reasons that you are of the same nationality and you bear a similar last  name with my late client making it a lot easier for you to put up a claim in that capacity. I have all vital documents that would confer you the legal right to lay claim to the funds, and it would back up your claim. I am willing to make these documents available to you so that the proceeds of this bank account valued at £6.8million can be paid to you before it is confiscated or declared unserviceable to the bank where this huge amount is lodged. 

I do sincerely sympathize the death of my client but I think that it is unprofitable for his funds to be submitted to the government of this country or some financial institution. I seek your assistance since I have been unable to locate the relatives for the past three years now and since no one would come for the claim. I seek your consent to  present you as the next of kin of the deceased since you have the same last name giving you the advantage which also makes the claim most  credible . In that stand, the proceeds of this account can be paid to you. Then, we talk about percentage. I know there are others with the same surname as my client, but after a little search, my instinct tells me to contact you. I shall assemble all the necessary documents that would be used to back up your claim. 

I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of law. I will not fail to bring to your notice that this proposal is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any fears as the required arrangements have been made for the completion of this transfer. As I said, I require only a solemn confidentiality on this. Please get in touch via my alternative email (
steven_walker38@aol.com) for better confidentiality and if it’s okay to you send me your telephone and fax numbers to enable us discuss further on this transaction, please do not take undue advantage of the trust I have bestowed in you, Thanks for your understanding. 

Kind Regards.
Steven Walker

Miss Young

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