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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: vodatech@vodatech.co.kr
> Subject: This would benefit the both of us
> Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2015 18:34:11 +0200
>
> Good Day,
>
> My name is Barr. David Smith, I am the corporate legal officer of Ecobank
> Lome, Togo here in West Africa I have emailed you earlier without a
> response. In my first email I mentioned about a deceased bank customer
> whose relatives I cannot get in touch with and I would like you to become
> the beneficiary of his assets, this also includes alluvial gold dust.
> I am compelled to do this because I would not want the bank to
> push the late customer`s funds and gold dust into the bank treasury as unclaimed inheritance.
> If you are interested you do let me know.I can be reached on this email addrsss:
> barristerdavidsmith@yahoo.co.th
>
> Yours faithfully,
> Barr. David Smith.
>
 
Mr


Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2015 10:42:47 +0000
From: barristerdavidsmith@yahoo.co.th
Subject: Assets Belongs To My Late Client, Late Mr Tan Hai.

Dear,

Thank you for your email.

Below I am going to share some information and details about the transaction for your perusal. If you have any question(s) about the information contained herein, please do not hesitate to keep me posted. Funds belonged to a deceased Malaysian.

Late Tan Hai was born February 16, 1943 in Pennang Island, Malaysia.At the age of 16, he travelled to Singapore to help his father, who owned a rice trading business. In 1967,Mr Tan diversified his father`s business.

Our Search indicates that Tan`s father is from Foochow, in the Fujian province. Our independent search also found out that Tan`s famiily settled in the Xiamen area of Fujian Province, where active tea production was booming.

From Xiamen , late Tan`s father moved on to Pennang Island. There he married Tan`s mother (deceased).

Tan`s father had a sister and three other brothers that settled in the Pennang Island. from there, the Tan`s family expanded throughout Malaysia, Europe and Africa. The Tan`s family¡¯s permanent family registry address used to be in Amoy, Fujian, China until it was destroyed in 1977.

Late Mr Tan Hai was a Gold dealer and property developer / builder, running the business entirely as a family entity. He kept his nose clean since he came to Africa with a Fair Issac Corporation (FICO) score of 835 or so out of 850 before his death. Late Tan Hai was married to late Teh Poh Choo, they had a son, late Tan Khee Peck. Late Mr Tan Hai and family died June 12, 2012. The family cremated remains were buried in United States. Late Tan Hai and family profess to practice Shintoism.

We have tried many a time to use the above guide to locate his direct next of kin but failed hence we employed a private investigator specializing in genealogy research, finding missing heirs and your contact coordinates were provided to us.

We also made an independent search about your name, we¡¯re happy to contact you to finalize the transaction because you have no criminal record / judgment against your name, your age and high credit rating necessitated us to contact you, to enable us claim the deceased¡¯s estate because we strongly believe we can trust you.

We shall follow all due process in claiming the deceased¡¯s account balance to avoid any retribution whatsoever.Attached to this e-mail you will find the document requested.

Please complete, sign, date the application and email it to me.

Also attached is the deposit slip issued to Late Mr Tan Hai by the Ecobank. See also his death certificate. Kindly email all these documents to Ecobank along with the application letter.

Upon receipt, your application will be processed by the bank. The Bank will usually advise applicants of its decision within two business days, if all the needed information is provided accordingly.

We¡¯re available to advice you on all financial matters. Making good financial decisions is not always easy and we know it becomes more challenging when you or a loved one is affected, you don¡¯t need to make these decisions alone. Our teams of dedicated financial experts are available to help always. Therefore whatever correspondence you may receive from the bank, always copy us for our records and advice if applicable.

All information related to this matter should always be treated as highly confidential and should not be shared with others or any third party etc. Our legal teams are available to guide you and provide any legal assistance required.

It would be appreciated, if you would kindly confirm the receipt of this email. Thank you

Best Regards,
David Smith.
 
Mr

Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2015 10:45:43 +0000
From: barristerdavidsmith@yahoo.co.th
Subject: Provide these information

Dear,

Thanks for your response to my request. I am serious and this is not a lie. The message was sent to you specifically . Yes, we are allowed to this and it is 100% risk free.

I would like you to stand as the next of kin to my late client, late Mr Tan Hai.Late Mr Tan Hai was a gold dealer based here in Lome, the capital city of Togo and he died without a next of kin to this inheritance. This remains my reason of contacting you. I choose you because you are from that part of the world and i would like the Gold and funds to be returned to Mr Tan Hai ancestral country. Basically, the information i require is listed below:

1) Your legal names
2) Your age
3) Your address
4) Your occupation
5) Your nationality.


You will never regret doing this. Do not look at the financial aspect of this, just focus on the long term gain from doing this.

He deposited the money( $ 4.5 Million United States Dollars) in a regional bank called Ecobank. Ecobank is the largest bank in West Africa and 82 Kilo of Gold dust.


Attached is an application letter, kindly fill it and email it directly to me. Also attached is Late Mr Tan Hai`s death certificate and the deposit certificate issued to him by Ecobank Lome as at the time he deposited the money.

I am willing to give you 40% of the total amount and Gold deposits only if you can help me get this funds and Gold transferred to your country for investments in real estate. Let me know your options towards assisting me.

I look forward to your response after you contact Ecobank Lome.

Regards,
David.




Tan Hai
Tan Hai
 
 

Attn: The General Manager

Ecobank Lome, Togo

20,Avenue Sylvanus Olympio

P.O Box 3302, Lome-Togo

Phone/Fax No: +228 9843 2855


Date; 21th October, 2015

 

Sir,

 

APPLICATION FOR CLAIM AS NEXT-OF-KIN DESIGNATE, DRAWING FROM SAVINGS ACCOUNT NO: 30004407711237 TOTAL AMOUNT: USD$ 4,500,000.00(FOUR MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS ONLY)AND 82 KILOGRAM OF GOLD DUST. ACCOUNT OF LATE MR TAN HAI.

I’m the designated / nominated next of kin to late Mr Tan Hai, who died 12th June 2012. I was nominated by Mr David Smith, Ecobank attorney general based on a letter received from him. For your records, my full details are as follows.

 

NAME;

ADDRESS;

TEL NO;

FAX NO;

Email:

AGE;

OCCUPATION;

SEX;

Account Balance due;

I hereby seek your consent for the release of the above funds in his account to my favour. Upon your request I shall forward my bank coordinates or I’ll advice on preferred mode of payment as the case may be.

I trust you will understand that in these circumstances, I will be pleased to receive as soon as possible the payment in accordance with the above referred account.

I further confirm that as in your records, these funds are clean, legitimately earned and obtained of non-criminal origin free of all encumbrances and will remain so.

I await your urgent response to this matter.

Yours very truly,


Date; NAME /SIGNATURE

 
 
Mr



Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2015 10:47:49 +0000
From: barristerdavidsmith@yahoo.co.th

Subject: My international passport.

Dear,

Attached is a copy of my international passport for identification.

David.

David Smith
 
Mr

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2015 13:38:41 +0000
From: barristerdavidsmith@yahoo.co.th
Subject: I need your address


I did not lie to you and i will never lie to you even if you do not agree with me, there is no problem.

It is true there is no free meal in the world but many people die and leave their wealth behind with no next of kin to their inheritance. Late Mr Tan Hai died without leaving a next of kin behind. I do not need your money, all i need from you is your cooperation.

I would like us to change the beneficiary to your name. I am a legal attorney by profession and i was Mr Tan attorney for 8 years. I can have your name changed as his next of kin and instruct the bank to transfer his money to your bank account in China. I need you to provide the following details so that i can go to the probate court and change the beneficiary/next of kin to your name:


3) Your address

I have received your age and other information. I require only your address so that i can go to the probate court and change the beneficiary/ next of kin status to your name.

After this is done, i shall submit it to the bank and i hope the bank will authorize a wire transfer to your nominated bank account in China. I hope to relocate to Beijing with my family immediately after the transfer. I shall deposit my own share of the money in Bank Of China.

I look forward to receiving your address on your next email.

Regards,
David.

 
Mr

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2015 21:35:04 +0000
From: barristerdavidsmith@yahoo.co.th
Subject: the bank needs a bank account to transfer Mr Tan Hai funds.


I was at the court today and i was able to get the necessary affidavits needed to change the ownership of the funds.

Open the attached documents in this email:

1) Affidavit of funds ownership: This is the affidavits affirming your name as the n ext of kin to Late Mr Tan Hai. I spent $2500 at the probate court to get this affidavit,

2) Change of Ownership: This is a proof that you are the beneficiary/ next of kin to Late Mr Tan Hai.

I have forwarded these documents to the Ecobank. The bank acknoeledged receipt of the documents from the court and demanded that we provide a bank account to enable them transfer funds accordingly. The information needed by the international transfer unit of Ecobank is listed below:


1) Your bank name
2) Your bank account number
30 Your bank address
4) Beneficiary name
5) Your bank swift code.

Kindly provide these information on your next email.

I look forward to receiving it.

Regards,
David.


Tan Hai
Tan Hai
 
     
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