Subject: Hello Young(Proposal)
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 19:04:40 +0000
I need to discuss with you about Albert Young Please contact me.
Mr. David Miller
Subject: RE: Hello Young(Your Reply)
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2015 13:11:07 +0000
I am delighted to hear from you, my name is: David Miller, the Group Secretary of Investec Bank UK. But please you must keep this communication as private as possible, due to the nature of my job here in the UK.
I have decided to contact you because Investec Bank has just concluded an investigation in a bid to find anyone who is related to Albert Young but it yielded no result. In 2004, Albert setup a fixed offshore account with fourteen million US Dollars which has yielded an interest, and now worth Seventeen million, three hundred and sixty US Dollars over the past eight years here in Investec Bank. Albert did not put down any next of kin on the documentations. Albert was a contractor, after several notices were sent to him when it was payable, no response came from him. But reports from our investigations have now shown that he died intestate. In a situation like this; the funds will now revert to the UK Government since nobody has come to redeem the money.
Based on this circumstance, I have all the essential information to have these funds released to you by my bank since you stand a very good chance as you bear the same surname.
What I expect from you is honesty and dedication, the money needs to be moved from here with your aid and you don't have to bother yourself about legitimacy because I will handle all that. The only thing I need from you is your sincere co-operation and I assure you that this deal be executed under a legitimate planning that will protect me and you from any violation of the law.
Like I proposed; since I have exclusive access to his file, you will be made the beneficiary of these funds. You do not have to have known him. For all your troubles I propose that we split the money in half (50% for you and 50% for me). In the banking circle this happens every time.
Please accept my apologies, keep my confidence and disregard this message if you do not appreciate this proposal I have offered you. All confirmable documents to back you up shall be submitted to my bank, as we move on; I will guide you on every step. Your earliest response to this letter will be appreciated. I want to know if you are willing to follow up this business seriously before I can give you more details about this transaction.
I will need your full names and private contacts (ADDRESS, PHONE & FAX) just as they will appear on the documents to process the claims.
Please do not betray my word. If we can be of one accord, we should act swiftly on this. Please get back to me immediately via this my private email.
Subject: RE: Hello Young(Your Response)
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2015 15:28:55 +0000
Thank you so much for your response again. I want to know if you are willing to follow up this business seriously before I can give you more details about this transaction. However, I shall be waiting for your response and assurance along with your full names and private contacts (ADDRESS, PHONE & FAX)just as they will appear on the documents to process the claims.
The Director of Operations,
Investec Private Bank,
2 Gresham Street,
London EC2V 7QP,
Application for Inheritance funds on Account number: 62270033 of Albert Young
This is to inform you that Albert Young who died intestate, is a distant relative of my client:
…………………… ………………, who resides at:
On checking the various records of the 'DECEASED', we discovered that he maintained an account
with your bank with a/c # 62270033.
As legal representative to the next of kin, I would now like to submit this application to your
esteemed bank for release of the Deceased's funds in your bank in the above mentioned Account
number, and in other account(s), if any.
Please let me know all the information I am required to provide to back up this claim. I would request
you to please process the claim and release the funds as soon as possible.
Thanks for your co-operation.
John Wilson, LLB (Hons), Dip. LGLP
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DEED OF BUSINESS AGREEMENT
THIS AGREEMENT dated _____ day of ____________________year _______
(1) David Miller of 2 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7QP (the "Assignor");
(2) Miss Young (the "Assignee").
(3) The Assignor and the Assignee have entered into an investment valued at
US$17,360,000.00 (Seventeen million, three hundred and sixty thousand United
States dollars) and the agreement is dated: _____________ Year _______ (the
NOW THIS DEED WITNESSES as follows:
1. The Assignor and the Assignee hereby assume and agree to perform all
the remaining and executors obligations of this investment under the
Agreement and agrees to indemnify and hold each other harmless from any
claim or demand resulting from non-performance.
2. The assignee shall be responsible for opening and activation of the
proposed account .The Assignor and the Assignee warrant that the
Agreement is without modification, and remains on the terms contained
3. The Assignor shall be financially responsible for retaining the services of
the Attorney(s) and all legal and probate documentation.
4. That 0.5% of the overall investment valued at US$17,360,000.00
(Seventeen million, three hundred and sixty thousand United States dollars)
shall be used as reimbursement for any and all expenses incurred by the both
the assignor and the assignee upon conclusion.
5. That at the conclusion of this project; the assignor shall receive 50% and
the assignee shall receive 50% of the investment valued at
US$17,360,000.00 (Seventeen million, three hundred and sixty thousand
United States dollars) after expenses/liabilities.
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6. That Both Parties agree to the assignment of the Agreement upon the
terms stated herein.
This assignment shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties,
their successors, and assigns.
IN WITNESS OF Barrister John Wilson, the parties have executed this deed the
day and year first above written.
Signed by the Assignor (Mr. David Miller)
Signed by the Assignee (Miss Young)
Signed by witness (John Wilson)
Occupation: Legal Practitioner
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