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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Mr From: Mr. Walker <offer@bankers.co.uk>
Date: Sat, Apr 29, 2017 at 1:38 PM
Subject: Guaranteed & confidential offer

Dear friend,

I am Mr. Walker and currently an accounts analyst for the Citibank in
St Paul's Churchyard London.
This branch of the bank is due for closure shortly (mid-May in fact)
and this has left me with a problem and I need help to resolve it.

One of my duties is to compile and send in the financial reports to
the head office at the end of each fiscal year, stating the branches
assets, current accounts status and turn over for the preceding year.
During the course of Aprils end of the year and actually the final
report from this branch, I discovered an error in a stocks fund
account that had been overlooked and carried over for several years.
Obviously the former accounts manager had not discovered this and the
head office are not aware of it and probably never will be. The
unaccounted for amount is just over GBP7,750,000 (Seven Million, seven
hundred and fifty thousand British Pounds sterling)
Most of these accounts have hundreds of millions of pounds in them,
and this is traded and moved between endless banks, accounts, stocks
and shares etc and in reality are just big numbers on a screen.

Normally I would have reported this error but to be quite frank I had
only recently moved here and now they are closing the branch and have
not even been offered a relocation package, or even had it verified
that I still have a job!
I decided to place this fund in bogus Suspended account I created that
currently has no named beneficiary and is not linked to any current
trading account, individual or company. This means that this account
remains pretty much invisible until claimed and would remain as such
but for the upcoming branch closure when all the accounts will be
transferred and any suspended accounts will more than likely be
investigated and traced.
Now this leaves me with a problem and this is where you come in. As an
employee of the bank I cannot be linked to this money, or remove it to
any account which would be directly connected to me as this would be
classed as insider trading which is and you are probably aware is
highly illegal and quite easily traced. So I need a third party to
claim the funds and then we can share accordingly 50% for you and 50%
for me. There is practically no risk involved, as the money has
already been "dissolved" as far as the bank is concerned it's
legitimate and legal, all I need from you is a claim as the original
depositor so that we can approve you as the beneficiary and release
the funds.

If you are interested, I will give you more details and process the
legal documents in your favour to back up the claim.
All I need at this point is confirmation of your full name, address,
age, occupation and a direct telephone number where you can be
reached.
As soon as I receive your details, I will proceed with a backdated
deposit slip in your name and upload your data as old customer of the
bank while we process the documents and secure payment approval.
I only hope we can assist each other. But If you don't want this
business offer kindly forget it and I will not contact you again.

I await your response via my secured email address: dmk222dmk@yahoo.co.jp

Best Regards,
Mr. Matthew Walker

 
   
Miss Young

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