First of all, my name is Dr. Paul James, the Auditor General of ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND. I have an urgent and confidential business proposition for you.I am the accounting officer of Mr. Ken Lay, Enron founder, who died on July, 5th 2006, at the age of 64.It will interest to know that on Wednesday, 7th February 2001, Mr. Ken Lay deposited a total sum of 37.5M pounds. These funds were deposited into a non-existing company's account which I opened in our bank (ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND) under their instructions, to avoid raising an eyebrow.
Meanwhile, the 37.5 Million Pounds deposited in my bank has no proof of ownership as it was opened with non-existing companies name and the bank is not aware of the real beneficiaries as the accounts did not bear any name. As their accounting officer and financial adviser in charge of these accounts, I can comfortable present you to the Bank as the real beneficiary of the funds and they have no right to deny the application.
Dr Paul James