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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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Mr From: "Neil Trotter" <neiltrotteruk1@126.com>
Subject: Re RE RE ..
Date: Mon 27 Oct 2014 12 29 10 0000


Dear ,

I am happy to inform you that your message has been received. Do remember that the main intent regarding my giving out this fund is for you to get aids to the less privileged and charity organisations in your locality. If you have followed up and noticed the way I took out time to write you, you would understand that I mean every word that I have written to you and my intents are true.

The amount for the fifteen (15) of you who are benefiting from me is totalled £15M (Fifteen Million Great British Pound) which is a few percent of the entire fund that I won from the Euro Million Draw. You will be receiving £1M (One Million Great British Pound) from me, and it might still be unbelieving to you and of which I do not intend to convince you further but rather to make you see the reality of things and the reality is that you are a proud owner of 1Million Pound.

Although I did not follow any routine in choosing my winners, I only got to email directories through Google and I picked persons that my instinct led me to choose and that was all. I did this because I do not owe anybody an explanation, hence I chose, I wrote and I am still going to conclude this payment process by making the payment available through my bank (Clydesdale Bank Plc) to all 15 of you. Presently I have concluded plans to ensure that the fund gets to you all without delay. But I must warn that the bank might not follow the same routines of your own bank, because this is a special transfer process, so a different routine and processing might be introduced to you at the bank, and it is expected that you obey and pay attention strictly, and endeavour you keep your claims process confidential to yourself for the time being.

In view of all I have written, I will assume you understand the process and instructions that I have passed on to you. Find below the information to enable you get in contact with my bank and the officer in charge of this process:

DETAILS:

Mr. Andrew Merrifield
Regional Director, Clydesdale Bank Plc
London, United Kingdom.
Registered Office: 35 Regent Street, London, Greater London SW1Y 4ND, United Kingdom.
E-mail: customerservice@clydesbuk.com
andrewmerrifield@clydesbuk.com
Tel: +44 74 1847 8689 | Fax: +44 70 1004 9546

If you remember, on the third paragraph of this email I did inform you that my bank will not follow the normal routines of your bank, and this is because this is a special programme for special reasons. First, do know that the bank will require you to activate an Online Banking account with them as part of The United Kingdom’s financial donation Law. Also know that whatever that would be needed to do so will not come from me, neither can it be debited or withdrawn from your donation because In accordance with the United Kingdom’s financial donation Law I have left a standing order that on no account should the bank have any reason to do so and it is in order to ensure the all process is done legitimately to avoid any legal sanction on the bank or myself. So please do take note. However, I wish you good luck and once again I congratulate you.

Best Wishes,
Neil Trotter.


 
     
Miss Young

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