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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
From: wang yan <wyan@boc.com>
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2008 12:44 PM
Subject: KEEP ME INFORMED



Good Day,

I am a staff of Private Banking Services at the Bank of China (BOC). I am
contacting you concerning our customer and, an investment placed under our
banks management 3 years ago.

I would respectfully request that you keep the contents of this mail
confidential and respect the integrity of the information you come by as a
result of this mail. I contacted you independently of our investigation and no
one is informed of this communication. I would like to intimate you with
certain facts that I believe would be of interest to you.

In 2002, the subject matter; ref: bb/boc/bank/0012 came to our bank to engage in
business discussions with our Private Banking Services Department. He informed
us that he had a financial portfolio of 8.375 million United States Dollars,
which he wished to have us turn over (invest) on his behalf.

I was the officer assigned to his case; I made numerous suggestions in line with
my duties as the de-facto chief operations officer of the Private Banking
Services Department, especially given the volume of funds he wished to put into
our bank. We met on numerous occasions prior to any investments being placed. I
encouraged him to consider various growth funds with prime ratings. The favored
route in my advice to customers is to start by assessing data on 6000
traditional stocks and bond managers and 2000 managers of alternative
investments. Based on my advice, we spun the money around various opportunities
and made attractive margins for our first months of operation, the accrued
profit and interest stood at this point at over 10 million United States
Dollars,
this margin was not the full potential of the fund but he desired low risk
guaranteed returns on investments.

In mid 2004, he asked that the money be liquidated because he needed to make an
urgent investment requiring cash payments in Europe. He directed that I
liquidate the funds and had it deposited with a firm. I informed him that the
bank would have to make special arrangements to have this done and in order not
to circumvent due process, the bank would have to make a 9.5 % deduction from
the funds to cater for banking and statutory charges. He complained about the
charges but later came around when I explained to him the complexities of the
task he was asking of us. Cash movement across borders has become especially
strict since the incident of 9/11. I contacted my affiliate in and had the
funds available.

I undertook all the processes and made sure I followed his precise instructions
to the letter and had the funds deposited in a security consultancy firm, the
firm is a specialist private firm that accepts deposits from high net worth
individuals and blue chip corporations that handle valuable products or
undertake transactions that need immediate access to cash. This small and
highly private organization is familiar especially to the highly placed and
well-connected organizations. In line with instructions, the money was
deposited. He told me he wanted the money there in anticipation of his arrival
from Norway later that week. This was the last communication we had, this
transpired around 9th October 2004.

In January this year, we got a call from the security firm informing us that the
inactivity of that particular portfolio. This was an astounding position as far
as I was concerned, given the fact that I managed the private banking sector I
was the only one who knew about the deposit , and I could not understand why he
had not come forward to claim his
deposit. I made futile efforts to locate him I immediately passed the task of
locating him to the int

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