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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
 
Dear Miss Young,

Thanks for your prompt response to my mail well appreciated.

Let me formally introduce myself, I am an Auditor with Royal Bank of Scotland.
If you require my ID or International Passport for identification purpose, I could scan and
send to you during the week from my office as I do not have a scanner at home.

In course of our auditing we have discovered an account that has not been operational
since 2001. After thorough investigation, we discovered that the owner of the account,
late Edward Brown died in a car crash on November 12, 2001 here in the U.K. All effort to
locate any members of his family has proved abortive.

It was in this circumstance, that I have contacted you to partner with me for the transfer
of these funds to your Bank for us for the mutual benefit of both parties.

The total amount secured is 8,320,000.00 (Eight Million, Three Hundred and Twenty
Thousand Pounds) and I am willing to share with you 50% each for both parties.

Further to the above, please find below the procedures and details required for the
realization of this transaction.

To ensure that everything is done legally, we shall employ the services of Royal Bank of
Scotland accredited Lawyer that would represent the interest of both parties.

The lawyer shall depose an affidavit with the High Court for the change of beneficiary
from late Edward Brown to your name. This is to ensure legal transfer of all documents to
your name as the new Benefactor to the deposited funds here at the Bank.

The Court Affidavit would give you the legal status to receive the funds in your Bank
account for us without being questioned by your Bank and your country's financial
authorities.

Upon transfer of beneficiary to your name, the attorney shall apply to Royal Bank of
Scotland for necessary approvals from the Board of Directors for the Fund Release Order
and subsequent transfer of our funds to your Bank account for us.

I would require your confirmation on the aforementioned procedure to enable me apply on
your behalf for the Beneficiary's Claims Application Form for your completion. Copy of the
Form will be sent to you by E-mail attachment for your completion.

You will be required to complete the Form and Fax back to the Wire Department for their
routine processing and subsequent approvals to authorize transfer of the funds to your
Bank account for us.

Feel free to seek further clarification and I will oblige you.

I wait your confirmation as I look forward to a fruitful business relationship with you.

Regards,
David Timms.
Tel: +44-704-571-9172.

 

 

Mr
From: David Timms < david_timms01@crawler.com >
Date: Sep 10, 2007 11:26 AM
Subject: Claim Form Attached

 
Dear Miss Young,

Thanks for your detailed mail well appreciated.

Find attached my International Passport pages. You should also send your Passport pages to know whom I am working with.

Attached also is the beneficiary's Claims application form which I received from the Claims/wire department for your completion to commence this transaction.

You are required to send back by fax Attention: Director, Claims/Wire Department, and Fax Number: +44-870-133-7275.

Please notify me for assistance if required in the process of completing the Form.

I wait your confirmation when you have faxed back the Form to the Director to enable me expedite action here for prompt and rapid approvals for the transfer of the funds to your
Bank for us.

Have a blessed day.

Regards,
David Timms.

davidpassport

Form M

Mr
From: royalbankofscotland@rbakers.com < royalbankofscotland@rbakers.com>
Date: Oct 2, 2007 8:22 AM
Subject: REFERENCE CODE: 994X7864CJ


Dear Sir,

REF: PROVISIONAL APPROVAL
994X7864CJ

Sequel to our correspondence dated 28th September, 2007 on your
application claims on deposited funds of our late client, Mr. Edward Brown
and subsequent deliberations on the circumstances referenced on your
relationship with the diseased from the Audit Department.

The Board of Directors have provisionally approved and authorized that all
Rights and Claims of Late Mr. Edward Brown be transferred to your BANK as the new benefactor to his estates/deposited
funds 8,320,000.00 (Eight Million, Three Hundred And Twenty Thousand
Pounds) domiciled with our Bank on ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6022608572 with
REFERENCE CODE: GBBO/CPP/008

The Board of Directors have also authorized subject to final approval The
transfer  by Electronic Transfer to your nominated Bank account specified
above, the sum of  8,736,142.00 (Eight Million, Seven Hundred and
Thirty-Six Thousand, One Hundred and Forty-Two Pounds) representing the
Principal Deposit and Cumulative  interest for the periods 27th July, 2000
through 31st March, 2007. Attached are the monthly ACCOUNT STATEMENT of
late Edward Brown for your record purpose.

Due to recent terrorist attacks in U.K. on 7th July, 2005 and the recent
laws Enacted by the British Parliament on Fund transfer from the U.K which
is binding on all Banks and Financial Institutions, we have submitted your
file to the British Investigation Department for their verifications by
issuing you a Clearance Certificate which will finally authorize transfer
of your inheritance funds 8,736,142.00 to your nominated Bank account.

The Clearance Report is to certify that your funds are free from Drugs,
Money Laundry and not for terrorist purpose which will also be sent to
your bank prior to transfer of your funds from our Bank to certify that
your funds are of inheritance origin.

Sincerely,

John Morris
Director, Wire Department.
SF/ts
P.S If this fax has reached you in error, please disregard it and its
contents, and we apologize for any inconveniences arising from such.
Note that as much as we try to make all our customers satisfied with our
services, we are indemnified from any erroneous information supplied in
your file.

Royal Bank of Scotland,
8 The Square, Aberfeldy, Perthshire Aberfeldy.
Tel: 0044-700-596-1008, 0044-700-596-1095, 0044-700-593-1141
Fax: 0044-870-133-7275, 0044-700-597-6858, 0044-700-597-6477
www.rbs.co.uk.

Accounts Statement

Investment Certificate

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