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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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> Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 14:39:11 -0600
> Subject: WG: From Deutsche Bank/please help
> From: fifapromotion02@gmail.com
> To:
>
> Dear Friend,
>
> I introduce myself as Thomas Guler, Global Head of Offshore Banking at
> Deutsche Bank. A contracted staff of Perez andHamilton contacted you
> earlier concerning Mr. Moser Arington and an investment placed under
> our banks management 9 years ago. I would respectfully request that
> you keep the contents of this mail confidential and respect the
> integrity of the information you come by as a result of this mail. I
> contact you independently of our investigation and emphasise the
> reason of this communication. I would like to intimate you with
> certain facts that I believe would be of interest to you.
>
> In 1996, the subject matter; Moser came to our bank to engage in
> business discussions with our private banking division. He informed us
> that he had a financial portfolio of Eight million United States
> dollars, which he wished to have us turn over (invest) on his behalf.I
> was the officer assigned to his case, I made numerous suggestions in
> line with my duties as the de-facto global head of the Offshore
> banking sector, especially given the volume of funds he wished to put
> into our bank. We met on numerous occasions prior to any investments
> being placed. I encouraged him to consider various growth funds with
> prime ratings.
>
> The favoured route in my advise to customers is to start by assessing
> data on 6000 traditional stocks and bond managers and 2000 managers of
> alternative investments popularly known as hedge Funds based on my
> advice, We spun the money around various opportunities and made
> attractive margins for our first months of operation, the accrued
> profit and interest stood at this point at over 8.37 million United
> States Dollars, this margin was not the full potential of the fund but
> he desired low risk guaranteed returns on investments.
>
> In mid 1997, he asked that the money be liquidated because he needed
> to make an urgent investment requiring cash payments inAntwerp. He
> directed that I liquidate the funds and had it deposited with a firm
> in Belgium. I informed him that Deutsche Bank would have to make
> special arrangements to have this done and in order not to circumvent
> due process, the bank would have to make a 2.5 % deduction from the
> funds to cater for banking and statutory charges. He complained about
> the charges but later came around when I explained to him the
> complexities of the task he was asking of us,he was more worried about
> the heavy taxation the European union might impose and also to avoid
> dual taxation from European member countries. Cash movement across
> borders has become especially strict since the incidents of 9/11.
>
> I contacted my affiliate in Belgium and had the funds available in
> mainland Europe. I undertook all the processes and made sure I
> followed his precise instructions to the letter and had the funds
> deposited at the Brussels based security consultancy firm, Imperial
> Asset Management Company . Imperial Asset Management Company is a
> private firm that accepts deposits from high net worth individuals and
> blue chip corporations that handle valuable products or undertake
> transactions that need immediate access to cash. This small and highly
> private organisation is familiar especially to the highly placed and
> well-connected organisations.
>
> In Line with instructions, the money was deposited with Imperial Asset
> Management Company. Moser told me he wanted the money there in
> anticipation of his arrival from Norway later that week. This was the
> last communication we had, this transpired around 27th September 1997.
> In June last year, we got a call from Imperial Asset Management
> Company informing us of the inactivity of that particular portfolio.
> This was an astounding position as far as I was concerned, given the
> fact that I was still in the Offshore banking sector I'm the only one
> other than Tony Dupan who himself is on a year's leave of absence and
> is now a visiting lecturer at the London School Of Economics still
> works for the bank as we both served on the sub-committee on
> Mr.Moser's portfolio initially who
> knew about the deposit at Imperial Asset Management Company, and I
> could not understand why Moser had not come forward to claim his
> deposit.
>
> We made futile efforts to locate Moser. I immediately passed the task
> of locating him to the internal investigations department of Deutsche
> Bank. Four days later, information started to trickle in, apparently
> Moser was dead. A person who suited his description was declared dead
> of a heart attack in Canne, South of France. We were soon enough able
> to identify the body and cause of death was confirmed. The bank
> immediately launched an investigation into possible surviving next of
> kin to alert about the situation and also to come forward to claim his
> estate. If you are familiar with Offshore banking affairs, those who
> patronise our services usually prefer anonymity, but also some levels
> of detachment from conventional processes. In his bio-data form, he
> listed no next of kin.
>
> In the field of Offshore banking, opening an account with us means no
> one will know of its existence, accounts are rarely held under a name;
> depositors use numbers and codes to make the accounts anonymous. This
> bank also gives the choice to depositors of having their mail sent to
> them or held at the bank itself, ensuring that there are no traces of
> the account and as I said, rarely do they nominate next of kin.
> Offshore Banking clients apart from not nominating next of kin also
> usually in most cases leave wills in our care, in this case; Moser
> died intestate. In line with our internal processes for account
> holders who have passed away, we instituted ourown investigations in
> good faith to determine who should have right to claim the estate.
>
> This investigation has for the past months been unfruitful. We have
> scanned every continent and used our private investigationaffiliate
> companies to get to the root of the problem. It is this investigation
> that resulted in my being furnished with your details as a possible
> relative of the deceased. My official capacity dictates that my
> department supervises the eventual outcome of the investigation.You
> had unfortunately declared that you are in no way affiliated with this
> individual. What this means, you being the last batch of names we had
> considered, is that our dear late fellow died with no known or
> identifiable family member. This leaves you as the only person with
> the full picture of what the prevailing situation is in relation to
> the deposit and the late beneficiary of the deposit.
>
> According to practise, Imperial Asset Management Company will by the
> end of this year broadcast a request for statements of claim to
> Deutsche Bank, failing to receive viable claims they will most
> probably revert the deposit back to Deutsche Bank. This will result in
> the money entering the Deutsche Bank accounting system and the
> portfolio will be out of my hands and out of the Offshore banking
> division. This will not happen if I have my way. What I wish to relate
> to you will smack of unethical practise but I want you to understand
> something. It is only an outsider to the banking world who finds the
> internal politics of the banking world aberrational.
>
> The world of Offshore banking especially is fraught with huge rewards
> for those who occupy certain offices and oversee certain portfolios.
> You should have begun by now to put together the general direction of
> what I propose. There is US$ 8,370,000.00 deposited in Brussels, I
> have the deposit details and they will release the deposit to no one
> unless under directives from my office,as far as Deutsche Bank is
> concerned, the transaction with Moser concluded when the funds were
> sent to Brussels, all outstanding interactions in relation to the file
> are just routine and due process. Imperial Asset Management Company
> has no single idea of what's the history or nature of the deposit.
> They are simply awaiting instructions to release the deposit to any
> party that comes forward as the beneficiary This is the situation.
> This bank has spent great amounts of money trying to track this man’s
> family; they have investigated for years and have found no family.
>
> The investigation had been concluded and closed a while back not until
> our recent search. My proposal; you share similar details to the late
> fellow; I am prepared to place you in a position to instruct Imperial
> Asset Management Company to release the deposit to you as the closest
> surviving relation. Upon receipt of the deposit, I am prepared to
> share the money with you as the beneficiary That is: I will simply
> nominate you as the next of kin and have them release the deposit to
> you. You will get 30% of $8.37 million while I take 70%. I would have
> gone ahead to ask the funds be released to me, but that would have
> drawn a straight line to me and my involvement in claiming the
> deposit. But on the other hand, you with the same name as the original
> depositor would easily pass as the beneficiary with right to claim. I
> assure you that I could have the deposit released to you within a few
> days no later than 10 business days. I will simply inform the bank of
> the final closing of the file relating to Moser. I will then
> officially communicate with Imperial Asset Management Company and
> instruct them to release the deposit to you. With these two things:
> all is done.
>
> The alternative would be for us to have Imperial Asset Management
> Company send the funds to another bank with you as account holder.
> This way there will be no need for you to think of receiving the money
> from Imperial Asset Management Company. We can fine-tune this based on
> our interactions. I am aware of the consequences of this proposal. I
> ask that if you find no interest in this project that you should
> reconsider your position. I ask that you do not be too hasty to draw
> up conclusions as I have put in a lot of effort into this and your
> role will be only that of a benefactor. You may not know this but
> people like myself who have made tidy sums out of comparable
> situations run the whole Offshore sector and in my profession this is
> not an uncommon practise as one might think I do not find against good
> conscience, this may be hard for you to understand, but the dynamics
> of my industry dictates that I make this move.
>
> Such opportunities only come ones way once in a lifetime. We should
> not let this chance pass us by, for once I find myself in total
> control of my destiny. I am a family man and this is an opportunity to
> provide them
> with new opportunities. There is a reward for this project and it is a
> task well worth undertaking. I have evaluated the risks and the risks
> on your side is barely minimal because hundreds of claims are filed
> everyday at the claims and deposits departments so it's not an unusual
> practise that may raise eye-brows I am the only one who knows of this
> situation, good fortune has blessed you with a name that has planted
> you into the center of relevance in my life. Lets share the blessing.
>
> If you find yourself able to work with me, contact me through this
> same email account. I do not particularly know you so I would wait on
> your response to judge your level of transparency and honesty need not
> you disappear after the money gets into your coffers with a level of
> understanding between us I will start the initiation of this process
> towards a conclusion.I do not want you contacting me through my
> official phone lines nor do I want you contacting me through my
> official email account as this transaction will not be done under the
> clock of my employer. Contact will be through my personal numbers and
> also through this email address, same could apply to you if you wish.
> My official lines are not secure lines as they are periodically
> monitored to assess our level of customer care in line with our Total
> Quality Management Policy. A very dear friend of mine and university
> classmate Mr.Michael Soden of Bank Of Ireland had to quit his job in
> May when unethical material was found on his office computer during a
> routine maintenance of his machine and the results of the internal
> investigation were leaked to the local press seriously denting his
> career after all the service, good work and sacrifice he had given
> the industry.
>
> Please observe this instruction religiously. Please, again, note I am
> a family man, I have wife and children. I send you this mail not
> without a measure of doubt as to what the consequences, but I know
> within me that nothing ventured is nothing gained and that success and
> riches never come easy or on a platter of gold. This is the one truth
> I have learnt from my private banking clients.
>
> Do not betray my confidence. If we can be of one accord, we should
> plan a meeting soon.
>
> I await your response.
>
> Tom Guler
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