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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On Thursday, March 20, 2014 1:54 PM, Lei < leiwang576@qq.com > wrote:
Dear Friend,

My name is Wang Lei and I am the Financial Supervisor for Bank of China, Hong Kong branch.

During my last account auditing, I discovered an account that has been dormant since 2003 with a balance of 55 million dollars and by interpretation, this means the funds are idle. After series of investigations, I discovered that the account belonged to a businessman who died along with his family in a plane crash while on a vacation.

All efforts to contact members of his family to come forward and claim the funds have been to no avail, he confidentially told me that I am the only person other then him who knows about this account as he was an only child.

My bank is set to turn in and declare the funds as unclaimed and when this happens, the money automatically belongs to the Chinese government. I do not want this to happen and this is where I need somebody who is trust worthy and honest to deal with. I am in contact with a very reputable attorney who will process the paperwork and follow up with all the legal process that will make you a properly documented beneficiary of the account thereby placing you in a legal position to be the receiver of the funds.

When the necessary legal documents have been prepared, it will be validated by a competent court of law here in Hong Kong. The documents and a court order will be served on my bank (Bank of China) which will compel and mandate them to release the funds to the attorney in your name.

While this is going on, you will be required to open a secret numbered offshore account at a designate bank I will recommend later. This way, the funds will be wired easily without troubles from any government or monetary monitoring agencies. After the funds reach the offshore account, you can then transfer the funds to your local bank in safe bits. Your share of the money is 40 percent. I will provide you with instructions on how to send my 60 percent when you have the funds in your local bank account.

This brings us to the big question; WHY YOU? why would I choose a total stranger? well I have planned this operation for a while now and the only way to go about it is to use a total stranger to avoid troubles from my bank because they monitor all their staffs activities and the Chinese government has very strict laws against it citizens involving in huge financial deals.

The terms of this arrangement are as follows:

1. I will not ask you to send me your account information or credit card information.
2. I will pay all the attorney fees and the cost of transferring the funds from my bank to the offshore account including taxes.
3. You will only be responsible for the cost of setting up the offshore account.
If you agree to the above terms and wish to continue, please provide me with the following information so that the attorney can start processing the documents:
YOUR FULL NAME:
YOUR CONTACT ADDRESS:
YOUR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE:
YOUR PHONE NUMBER:
YOUR DATE OF BIRTH:
YOUR OCCUPATION:
A SCANNED COPY OF YOUR VALID ID (This is required by my bank to approve the next of kin documents)

If you feel you can't continue, please notify me so I can find someone else.

Best Regards
Wang Lei


 
     
Miss Young

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