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, 26 November 2015, 15:08, wrote:

Hello Dear

My name is Jacky Lang and i work at China Construction Bank,Hong Kong. We have just concluded an investigation which was not productive in respect of a global search of any kind of relative to a deceased client of ours named Mr. Hector Bradley who has an investment placed under my management 13 years ago.

The main reason of contacting you now is because our of the investigation results, you not only share the same last name as the deceased, but your profile best fits what i intend to do. I hope that you will be interested in my proposal as regards to the prospective opportunities and return it could provide for both of us, please take your time to read. In 1998 a Fellow by the Name of Mr. Hector Bradley, A long time client of my bank came to our office for discussions on a financial of about Nineteen million Three Hundred Thousand United State Dollars which he wished to have us turn over (invest).

I was assigned as his portfolio manager and worked on strategies in line with the volume of fund at my disposal divulging in various growth funds with prime ratings strategically investing in equity and equity-related securities including venture capital, private equity, growth financing hedge funds and leveraged buy-outs. We spun the money around various diversified medium term note programs and commercial paper attracting margins in profit and dividends of over Twenty Two million Two Hundred Thousand United State Dollars mostly in share-market options, Bond and Mutual fund. In mid 1999 Hector asked that part of the options be liquidated as suggested by then assistant Mr. Mizue Hayashi for some capital investment opportunities in Western Europe. He directed that the funds be deposited at Hong Kong Asset Management a holding company in Hong Kong. Hector was also informed of a 2.5 % Securities deductible from the funds to cater for banking and statutory charges as required by the People's Bank of China on fast cash transfer transactions, he complained about the high changes but later came around when all was explained about the complexities of the task at hand.On the passing of Hector in October 2002, My office was contacted in October 2007 by Hong Kong Asset Management of the inactivity of this particular portfolio, My bank had investigated for years and had not found any next of kin as Hector was interstate in his belief in line with his philosophy as a patron of the stonewall society.

I have the deposit details of the Twenty Two million Two Hundred Thousand United State Dollars in Hong Kong and I am prepared to place you in a benefactor's position to instruct HK Asset Management Company to release the funds to you as the rightful next of kin to Hector's estate. 40% of the fund will go to the family (Beneficiary) while the rest be remitted. The deposit hopefully should be released to you within 2 / 3 weeks after all the necessary paper work has been put together, Under the inheritance act law of 10years no claims rule.

China Construction Bank at this juncture should then be informed by HK Asset Management of the official closure of the file relating to Hector after all documents have been processed, With these two things, all is done. If you are interested in proceeding with this proposal, we can fine-tune this based on good interaction and knowledgeable input. I can be reached by my email.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Jacky Lang.

Miss Young

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