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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Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2016
Subject: Re: Lynne sent you a new message
From: peacoclyn@gmail.com



First and foremost let me formally introduce myself to you as this is imperative for a proper business relationship, I am Ms.Lynne Peacock family of three , Christian and a former Chief Executive of National Australia Bank's (NAB) UK business and Chief Executive of Woolwich, I have over 25 years' senior management experience in a range of roles comprising brand development, mergers & acquisitions, change management and business transformation, including 15 years at Board level. During my time at NAB, I was responsible for its businesses in the UK consisting of the Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank. I became Chief Executive of Woolwich in October 2000 following My takeover by the Barclays Bank Group, having previously held a number of senior management and board positions at the Woolwich Building Society, both before and after its conversion to a public limited company in 1997. I was also a Non Executive Director of Scottish Water and Standard Life UK. But as God may have it, I am presently a Non Executive Director at Nationwide Bank UK, a fast growing bank in the heart of London.

So I would expect you to know that a lady of my status will not just be out here to waste your precious time, because it will be unprofessional, hence seize this opportunity with the sole conviction that this opportunity I'm about to give to you don't come handy. In case you're wondering how come you're the one contactedon LinkedInfor this lucrative deal I'm about to Introduce to you out of the multitude, is as a result of your profile/status in LinkedIn basically your place of origin. The process in accomplishing this deal is legitimate and the deal is approximately risk free as risk management has been put in place. Meanwhile be free to ask me any question as to your doubt and skepticism after you might have gone through the proposal because it's the most likely way we can establish the trust required to be partners on this deal. Bellow is the


I am contacting you concerning an abandoned sum of $22,500,000.00 USD. In June 2006 A customer called Young, a foreign contractor with Royal Dutch, came to our bank for business discussions and investment, as the officer in charge of his transaction then, I encouraged him to consider various growth of funds with prime ratings. Then he invested Nineteen Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars only. Based on my advice, we were able to spin the initial deposit with profit and interest to 22.5 million U.S Dollars. After few months; my bank (Nationwide Bank) sent several notice to him without response and unfortunately, my client died in a car crash along with his nuclear family at France while on sabbatical in the summer of 2010, may their soul rest in peace. He died without leaving a Will and several efforts were made to find his extended family through your embassy without success. Because of the sensitive nature of private banking, most customers don't nominate next of kin in their investment, also usually in most cases leave their WILLS in our care, in this case; our now deceased client died in-testate.

It is quite clear now that our dear client died with no known or identifiable family member. According to practice, the Private banking sector will by the end of March this year broadcast a request for statement of claim to Nationwide Bank, failing to receive viable claims they will probably revert the deposit to the Management of Nationwide Bank Ltd. This will result the money entering the Nationwide Bank accounting system and the portfolio will be out of my hands and out of the private banking division. What bothers me most is that according to the laws of my country at the expiration of Ten {10} years the funds will revert to the ownership of the British Government if nobody applies to claim the funds.

Now, I am prepared to give the necessary details to you as the closest surviving relation of our deceased customer (Young). I am also proposing that after asuccessful execution of the business deal, the funds will be shared in the ratio 40/60. You will get 40% and I will be entitled to 60% as the initiator of the deal. You know that I must have done my home work already before contacting you. Although the project is capital intensive, I know I will be able to pull it through following proper banking and legal channels with your assistance at your end. I will tidy up the legal aspect with the assistance of a lawyer who will prepare all the documents that will be needed to transfer the money from London to your country. Once more, I ask that if you find no interest in this project that you should discard this mail and forget I ever contacted you, I ask that you do not be vindictive and destructive; do not destroy my career. Opportunities like this only comes once in a lifetime. I am a family woman and this is an opportunity for me to give my family the best in life. I would want you to think about this and let me know your decision. If you give me a positive response, I will give you the relevant INFORMATION for the successful transfer of these funds and we both enjoy it in peace.

If you give me positive signals, I will initiate this process towards a conclusion. I wish to inform you that should you not contact me via official channels because our calls are being monitored at the bank.

Ms. Lynne Peacock.
Nationwide Bank UK.

Miss Young

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