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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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From:
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 2:41 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: SPAM: From: "Thomas Williams." <tommy@hsbc.com>




Dear Friend,
Good fortune has blessed you with a name that has planted you into the
center of relevance in my life. I would respectfully request that you
keep
the content of this mail confidential because of its nature and respect
the integrity of this information.


First of all I'll like to introduce myself and status, I am Thomas
Williams, staff of International Private Banking at HSBC Bank London. I
am
contacting you concerning a deceased customer and a financial portfolio
of
$8.5m United state dollars, which he placed under HSBC Bank managements
two years ago for turn over on his behalf. As the Chief Operations
Officer
of the private banking sector, I encouraged the deceased on his arrival
to
our bank on various growth of fund with prime ratings.The favoured route
in my advice to him was accessing datas on 6000 traditional stocks and
bond managements.Based on my advise, attractive margins accrued profit
and
interest stood at over $10m United state dollars,this margin was not the
full potential of the fund but he desired low risk guaranteed returns on
investment. Early 2004 my client asked that the money be liquidated
because of an urgent investment requiring cash payments here in United
Kingdom, and that the liquidated fund be deposited in CORPORATE
SECURITIES
CO, a security consulting firm based in London who are specialist
private
firm that accepts deposits from high net worth individuals and blue chip
corporations that handle valuable products and undertake transactions
that
need immediate access to cash. This order was given to me in
anticipation
of his arrival from Norway later that week, this was the last
communication we had.


Sometimes this year I got a call from CORPORATE SECURITIES CO. informing
me of the inactivity of the portfolio, since I was the only one who knew
about the deposit, I immediatly passed the task of locating my client to
the Internal Investigation Department of HSBC, which now revealed that
the
person who suited his description was decleared dead of a Heart attack
in
Canne, South of France. And in line with banking internal processes for
account holders who have passed away, an investigation was meant to be
launched to contact a possible surviving NEXT OF KIN to come forward as
beneficiary of the fund but unfortunatly when my client came petronizing
our services, in his bio-data form, no next of kin was listed neither
was
there a TESTATE. My client only used numbers and codes to make the
account
he opened with us anonymous. At this juncture, i'll like to unravel the
true position of this transaction, CORPORATE SECURITIES CO,has request
for
statements of claim from me, and I alone knows of the existence of the
deposit, for as far as HSBC Bank is concerned the transaction with our
late client concluded when I sent the fund to the security firm, all
outstanding interactions in relation to the file are just customer
service
and due process. The security firm has no single idea of what the
history
or nature of the deposit is, they await instructions to release the
deposit to any party that I nominate as the beneficiary of the fund. You
share similar details to the late fellow, I am prepared to place you in
a
position to instruct Corporate Securities Co. to release the deposit to
you as the NEXT OF KIN. Let me know your true interest in this pending
transaction so as to ascertain the proceeds, and I assure you that I
could
have the deposit released to you within few days. I implore you discard
this mail if you find no interest in this transaction, and if my offer
is
of no appeal to you, please dont be vindictive and destructive just
delete
this message and forget I ever contacted you.


Finally, I am sending you this mail without a measure of fear as to what
the consequences, but I know within me that nothing ventured is nothing
gained and that success and riches never come in a platter of gold. This
is the one truth I have learned from my private banking clients.


Do not betray my confidence, if we can be of one accord, we should plan
a
meeting soon.

I await your response.
Thomas Williams.




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