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 Saturday, November 12, 2016 1:08 AM, David McCalman < AliChalob@cmitfod.com > wrote:


I'm a banker here in London and I'm communicating with you about a potential deal that will benefit us. You will get 40% of the fund and I keep 60%. Reply for more info.
David McCalman.
 
Mr
On Jan 3, 2017, at 10:37 AM, David McCalman < shane@starfleet.com > wrote:

I'm a banker here in London and I'm communicating with you about a potential deal that will benefit us. You will get 40% of the fund and I keep 60%. Reply for more info.
David McCalman.
Mr
On Jan 4, 2017, at 5:22 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

Dear ,

I have received your reply mail. Please I want you to read this mail with concentration so that you will properly understand me. My names as I mentioned in my first mail is David McCalman. This is about a deceased client in our bank who shares same last name with you. Let me give you an illustration of the information I want to pass across to you. If an individual opens an account in a bank without the knowledge of his family maybe for reasons best known to him obviously it will be him alone that knows he has money in such a bank. If accidentally that person dies, what do you think will happen to the money? Obviously it will be there in the bank for as long as nobody comes to claim it. This is because nobody will come to claim such funds as the depositor's beneficiary or next of kin.

I appeal to you to assist me in this business transaction regarding the funds deposited by our late client which amounts to £7,500,000.00 (Seven Million Five Hundred Thousand British Pounds Sterling). He was a business man based here in the United Kingdom. He deposited this amount with the Bank in 2007 before his untimely Death. He had suffered from heart disease before he died in the year 2009. The filing and recording department of the Bank have tried to contact his relatives but no fruitful information about the relatives. Presently this account is dormant because it is unclaimed. Now, as his account officer, I can use my position to get a foreigner to place a claim on this fund with your name since you bear same last name identity with him.

I want you to know that all the required documents to fortify this claim can be provided by me and his personal lawyer who is working with me in this transaction. The lawyer will stand in for you if the bank requires you to come in person. The lawyer is working with me in this transaction and as such, we believe that we can work together and achieve this great goal. Therefore we will be successful to claim the fund with your name as soon as you are willing to comply and take the offer of 40% of the total amount after the claim and transfer of the fund into your designated account. Most importantly, it will be very wise of you, if you keep this transaction strictly and exclusively to yourself, in the interim and see that you do not start discussing or talking about it with anybody until we receive this money. My colleague who was working with Halifax Bank some years back had this same opportunity. He got a partner from Korea who worked with him in the transaction because his late client was from South Korea. Within two weeks the Bank released the money to his partner and today that my friend has relocated to Korea with his family and has setup big business with his partner.

The lawyer and I cannot claim this money ourselves because we do not have same last name and the Bank knowing fully well that we are not citizens of his Country. Have no fear or worry as all documents needed before the Bank can approve you as the next of kin will be provided by me. I will send the documents to you upon request by the Bank so that you can send the documents to the Bank.

This transaction does not require any type of delay because the Bank will close the account after three months and this is why we need to work towards this claim immediately and claim the fund within 10 Bank working days. The transaction can practically be concluded within 8 to 10 working days if you can adhere to my advice and to speed up actions on your own part too.

Please I need you to reply me and inform me if you accept the sharing terms of 60/40. 60 for us and 40 for you. Please I will need the following information:

(1) Full name Including your middle name (2) Direct mobile telephone number (3) Country (4)occupation and Age.

Please be rest assured that this transaction is 100% legitimate and will be executed under a legitimate condition that will not breach the law.

I will give you more details on the modalities of this transaction as soon as I hear from you.

Best regards,

David.
Mr
On Jan 6, 2017, at 6:22 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

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Trust me , nobody will be needing your debit card or credit card information. You can come to London, UK to open a new account on this transaction.

Please I need you to reply me and inform me if you accept the sharing terms of 60/40. 60 for us and 40 for you. Please I will need the following information:

(1) Full name Including your middle name (2) Direct mobile telephone number (3) Country (4)occupation and Age.

Please be rest assured that this transaction is 100% legitimate and will be executed under a legitimate condition that will not breach the law.

I will give you more details on the modalities of this transaction as soon as I hear from you.

Best regards,

David.
Mr
On Jan 6, 2017, at 11:08 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

The name is Clydesdale Bank.
Mr
On Jan 9, 2017, at 4:24 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

I will send you copy of the deposit document shortly. This deal is legitimate and we are going to make a lot of money together.
Mr
On Jan 10, 2017, at 5:06 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

Find attached copy of my ID for your perusal.
Mr
On Jan 12, 2017, at 8:35 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

Dear ,

I am in receipt of your email and the contents are well understood and noted.

I am happy to inform you that the lawyer has filed claims for payment on your behalf with the paying bank today Thursday 12th January 2017.

The bank has requested that you should fill the attached bank application form and return it without delay.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

David.
Mr
On Feb 1, 2017, at 7:44 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

Dear ,

How are you today? I hope you are doing great.

I have arranged with a financier to send you a bank certified cheque for the legal charges and cost of wire transfer that will clear within 5 working days into your designated bank account.

Please provide me with your address where the cheque will be sent.

Sincerely,

David.
Mr
On Feb 1, 2017, at 9:25 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

Please provide your full name as you will like it appear on the cheque and your direct mobile telephone number.
Mr
On Mar 13, 2017, at 12:34 AM, David McCalman < david.mccalman55@gmail.com > wrote:

Dear ,

How are you today? I hope you are doing great.
My financier has advised that you should go to any Wells Fargo bank around you and buy a Wells Fargo prepaid card or Wells Fargo Easy Pay Card which is sold for only $25. Also buy a Chase Liquid Card at Chase bank to enable the financier release all money we need for the clearance documentation to back up the wire transfer of the inheritance funds.

You need to activate the Wells Fargo Prepaid Card to $5,000 for easy crediting of funds.

I await your urgent response.

Sincerely,

David.
   
Miss Young

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