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Mr > From: Mr.Tomo Sand Nori <tomosandnori3@live.com>
> Subject: Thanks for your response to my mail.
> Date: Sunday, November 1, 2009, 9:24 PM
>
>
> Greetings,
>
> Thanks for your response to my mail. 
>  
> I want you to know here, everything will be done, 100%
> legitimate transaction. There will be certificates issued
> alongside the transfer from the Attorney-General and the
> Accountant-General of the Federation stating that the funds
> are not from illegal sources such as drug trafficking, money
> laundering, illicit gun-running, etc. The Central Bank here
> which is the remitting bank will give all required
> clearances prior to the funds arrival at the European
> Central Bank. These same covering clearances will be sent to
> them by telex from the Japanese Central bank here as it is a
> bank to bank transfer.
>
> You don’t have anything to worry about, I have made all
> my laid down plans to see success in this transaction all
> you have to do is to follow my instructions and do not
> disclose our dealing with any third party, because
> immediately the bank grant the Approval Notification of the
> funds, you will be contacting the bank attorney with it, so
> he can commerce with the Endorsement at the High Court of
> Japan, he will be signing all documents on your behalf and
> also meeting with my bank Board of Directors for them to
> grant the final funds release to the beneficiary to Late Mr.
> Robert Gandesbery, which you stand to be. We will be using
> the help of the bank accredited attorney for Endorsement.
>
> Now because of the current events in the world, the fight
> against terrorist and anti-drug including money laundering
> is more serious in Asia than any other part of the world
> presently, base on these, I have worked out two options
> which we will use to move our Funds as earlier mentioned
> above.
>
>
> The first One is for me to search for an OFFSHORE ONLINE
> BANK in Europe, which has the same or similar BANK CODE
> IDENTIFIER with my BANK. You will need to open a temporary
> account with this EUROPEAN BANK so that when the
> Applications for claims and transfer of our funds are
> approved by my Bank (Tokyo Mitsubishi Bank) here in Japan,
> we will transfer our funds (US$40m) to your account with the
> EUROPEAN BANK and the transfer transaction will be seen as
> an in-house transfer thereby by passing all eyebrows and
> questions from the monetary authorities in Asia and Europe.
> So as soon as our funds are credited in your EUROPE BANK
> account, you will now proceed immediately and transfer
> everything to your offshore or home accounts in bits which
> ever finds suitable.
>
>
> The second option Once the funds are release by my bank
> Board of Directors I will be using my good office has the
> Head of Finance Department to move away the funds with the
> help of Japan Central Bank to ECB i.e. European Central
> Bank, you will travel to Europe to received the funds from
> the Finance Firm that we help in processing and receive the
> funds from the European Central bank. Since you can not go
> directly to the ECB to collect the funds from them. The
> Finance Firm will help you claim the funds from the ECB they
> are consultant to ECB. You getting to Europe you will have
> set up an account with any bank in their region, you are to
> set up the account yourself, and depositing the funds in
> your account at the bank. Returning back to your country you
> will instruct the bank to make a wire transfer to your
> country by bit.
>
>
> So please, let me hear from you the option that will be
> convenient for you. So we can proceed, kindly get back to me
> immediately and update me on your stand and decision as
> regards this option.
>
>
> The inherited fund is worth forty million dollars,
> interest inclusive. And the funds will be shared (60% to me,
> 40% to you. I must implore you to be most honest and fair
> with me when you have received the funds in your account..
> On my confirmation from you that you have received the funds
> in your bank account, I shall travel to your country to
> secure my own share of the money for investment in your
> country as I cannot bring my share back to my country for
> obvious reasons. The funds are in US dollars.
>
>
> For now, I advice that you do not inform nor supply your
> bank or anybody with any information about the project until
> such a time as I advise Our code of Operation is
> "Partnership protection first", Live a low key
> lifestyle, and remember, "Loose Lips Sink Ships".
> You and I have the capability to accomplish this project and
> you must rely on this, this is a sensitive project for which
> I will be spending so much money and making so much
> commitments. I therefore insist on strict confidentiality
> and believe that you can be trusted with same, the need for
> confidentiality in all matters relating to this transaction
> is of great importance, as a loose lip is the element of
> foreseeable failure.
>
>
> Send me an email in acknowledgement of the receipt of this
> email as I wait in earnest anticipation of your
> response. 
>
>
> Regards, 
> Tomo Sand Nori
>





 
Mr > From: Mr.Tomo Sand Nori <friends2b@sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: Greetings from Japan.
> To: Undisclosed-Recipient@yahoo.com
> Date: Monday, November 2, 2009, 5:54 PM
>
>
> Greetings
> from Japan.�
> �
> I am in receipt of your mail and I thank you for
> your prompt response and willingness to assist. Let me
> reassure you that the
> source of this money is very legitimate and it does not
> have anything to do with
> laundering or whatever of such.
>
> �For
> this transaction to commence, I will need you to tell me
> about yourself and
> provide me with your details so I can be sure of who I am
> about to engage in
> business and if you have the capacity to handle sums of
> this nature.�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.�
> �
> Sometime in 1999, a certain
> consultant/contractor Mr. Robert Gandesbery made a numbered
> time (Fixed) Deposit
> for twelve calendar months, valued at large amount (Amount
> withheld for known
> reasons) in my branch. Upon maturity, I sent a routine
> notification to his
> forwarding address in America but got no reply. After a
> month, we sent a
> reminder and finally we discovered from his contract
> employers, the Japanese
> Solid Minerals Corporation that Mr. Robert Gandesbery died
> long side his
> longtime companion, from an airplane crash.�
> �
> Further proof of
> the death of Mr. Robert Gandesbery is in the following web
> pages for you to make
> confirmations and further research about his
> death:�
> �
> http://html.thenewmexicochannel.com/sh/news/stories/nat-news-20000201-133854.html
> http://www.alamo-girl.com/0366.htm�
> �
> If
> you are familiar with private banking affairs, those who
> patronize our services
> usually prefer anonymity, but also some levels of
> detachment from conventional
> processes. In his bio-data form, he listed no next of kin.
> In the field of
> private banking, opening an account with us means no one
> will know of its
> existence, accounts are rarely held under a name;
> depositors use numbers and
> codes to make the accounts anonymous.�
> �
> This bank also gives
> the choice to depositors of having their mail sent to them
> or held at the bank
> itself, ensuring that there are no traces of the account.
> Private banking
> clients apart from not nominating any next of kin also
> usually in most cases
> leave WILLS in our care, in this case; Mr. Robert
> Gandesbery died intestate.In
> line with our internal processes for account holders who
> have passed away, my
> bank conducted a search in good faith to determine who
> should have right to
> claim the estate.�
> �
> This has for the past months been
> unfruitful. This sum has since been sitting in my bank and
> the interest is being
> rolled over with the principal sum at the end of each year.
> No one, it is
> evident is going to come forward for it. According to the
> Laws of my
> environment, at the expiration of 10(TEN) years, the money
> will revert to the
> ownership of the Japanese Government if nobody applies to
> claim the funds. What
> I wish to relate to you will smack of unethical practice
> but I want you to
> understand something. It is only an outsider to the banking
> world who finds the
> internal politics of the banking world aberrational.�
> �
> The
> world of banking especially is fraught with huge rewards
> for those who occupy
> certain offices and oversee certain portfolios. I alone
> have the deposit details
> and they will release the deposit to no one unless evidence
> of relationship with
> the deceased, which I shall provide you with, is presented.
> I alone know of the
> existence of this deposit for as far as the Bank of Tokyo
> Mitsubishi is
> concerned, the bank's management has no single idea of
> the history or nature of
> the deposit. They are simply awaiting instructions to
> release the deposit to the
> party that comes forward. This is the situation. My bank
> has spent great amounts
> of money trying to track this man's family; they have
> investigated for months
> and have found no relative. The investigation has come to
> an
> end.�
> �
> Consequently, what I propose is that I will like you as
> a foreigner to stand in as the next of kin to Mr. Robert
> Gandesbery so that the
> fruits of this old man's labour will not get into the
> hands of some corrupt
> government officials. Acting in this capacity really is
> simple as I will explain
> in detail to you when I get your response. Being aware of
> this request I am
> making, I ask that if you find no interest in this project
> that you should
> discard this mail. I ask that you do not be vindictive and
> destructive. If my
> offer is of no appeal to you, delete this message and
> forget I ever contacted
> you. You may not know this but people like me who have made
> tidy sums out of
> comparable situations run the whole private banking sector.
> I am not a criminal
> and what I do, I do not find against good conscience, this
> may be hard for you
> to understand, but the dynamics of my industry dictates
> that I make this
> move.�
> �
> Such opportunities only come ones' way once in a
> lifetime. If you will not work with me let me know and I
> will move on with my
> life but do not destroy me. I wish to inform you that you
> should not contact me
> via official channels; I will deny knowing you and about
> this project. Contact
> me only through this email address provide to you.I do not
> want any direct phone
> conversation link between you and me. My official lines are
> not secure lines as
> they are periodically monitored to assess our level of
> customer care in line
> with our Total Quality Management Policy I am a family man
> and this is an
> opportunity to provide my family with new opportunities.
> The reward for this
> project makes it is a task well worth undertaking. I have
> evaluated the risks
> and the only risk I have here is from you refusing to work
> with me and alerting
> my bank.�
> �
> My position as the Head of Finance Dept guarantees
> the successful execution of this transaction. If you find
> yourself able to work
> with me, I urge you to indicate to that effect.�
> �
> I am certain
> that we can conclude this transaction within ten (10)
> banking days from the date
> of my receipt of the reconfirmation of relevant information
> from you as I have
> outlined below:�
> �
> Your Full
> Name:
> Age:
> Profession/Occupation:
> Your Present address;
> Your Address
> as at 24th November 1998 (date of the drafting of the
> Will):
> Your
> confidential Telephone number (not voicemail or answering
> machine):
> Your
> secured Fax number (Dedicated and always available on
> fax):
> Your most secured
> E mail address:�
> Your Country:
> �
> I will proceed to appointing
> an attorney who will prepare the necessary documents and
> affidavits which will
> put you in place as the next of kin to Mr. Robert
> Gandesbery (the deceased
> depositor). The attorney will draft a backdated WILL to
> purport that it had been
> written and signed by the depositor himself, which will
> name you as the
> beneficiary/sole executor of the described inheritance
> therein the WILL and the
> attorney will file in the High court the appropriate
> affidavit in order to
> empower you as the next of kin/Sole Beneficiary and
> Trustee/Sole Executor of the
> Estate of the depositor which includes the Funds, which
> with the payment of the
> same due to you as the next of kin and executor of the
> WILL. The very good thing
> about this transaction is that it will be done in a very
> proper and legal
> manner.�
> After all the necessary documentation for the funds release
> are
> met and satisfied, an approval may be given by the board of
> my bank for the
> release of the funds to your nominated account.�
> �
> I wish to
> inform you that should you contact me via official
> channels; I will deny knowing
> you and about this project. Contact me only through the
> numbers I will provide
> for you and also through this email address. I do not want
> any direct link
> between you and me. My official lines are not secure lines
> as they are
> periodically monitored to assess our level of customer care
> in line with our
> Total Quality Management Policy. Please, again, note I am a
> family man; I have a
> wife and children, but I know within me that nothing
> ventured is nothing gained
> and that success and riches never come easy or on 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.�
> �
> In closing, please observe utmost confidentiality, and
> be rest assured that this transaction would be most
> profitable for both of
> us.�
>
> Awaiting your urgent reply.�
> �Yours
> Sincerely,�
> �From. Mr Tomo Sand
> Nori
 
Mr > From: Mr.Tomo Sand Nori <friends2b@sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: Contact Bank Immediately‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏
> To: Undisclosed-Recipient@yahoo.com
> Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 1:49 PM
> 
> Greetings
> from Japan
> ,
> It is important to note here that the provision of a solid
> legal and documentary foundation is the assurance that this
> transaction will
> succeed and the funds will be transferred to you nominated
> account, thus
> satisfying your beneficiary status.
>  
> The provision of these
> documents has not be successfully achieved as at now
> because the attorney
> reached me today to inform me that apart from the Letter of
> Probate, all other
> documents has been secured and without the letter of
> probate, the secured
> documents will be worthless.
>  
> In line with the above, I have
> pleaded with the attorney to expedite action with the
> securance of the letter of
> probate and he will intensify efforts to ensure the
> registration and processing
> of the documents at the high court and he has promised to
> effect a complete
> certification before the close of work today and make them
> available to me. It
> is these legal documents that will back your claims to the
> funds that the
> attorney is preparing.
>  
> Immediately the documents are ready, they
> will be submitted to the legal department of my bank, then
> authorization will be
> given to effect the transfer of the fund in your favor .As
> soon as approval for
> the funds is granted I will avail you with the copy of the
> approval from my
> bank, You will thereby have to contact the attorney of my
> bank with the approval
> notification, to make the necessary legal endorsement of
> the funds in your
> behalf, as soon as this is done funds will then be
> transferred into your
> nominated account. And also I have been able to get some of
> my bank
> corresponding bank at Europe, from the Customer Care Dept
> that you will have to
> set up an account with. Below are details of an OFFSHORE
> ONLINE BANK in Europe,
> which has the same or similar BANK CODE IDENTIFIER with my
> BANK. You will need
> to open a temporary account with this EUROPEAN BANK As a
> banker it is my duty to
> ensure that this transfer is done in a quiet manner and one
> of the reasons we
> are using this bank is because the bank is of the same
> telex type as my bank,
> which means any transfer between this bank and my bank
> would be seen as an
> in-house transfer, this will avoid the attention of certain
> international
> financial bodies that have strict monetary policies, you
> have nothing to worry
> about regarding this. The authorities would simply believe
> this transfer to be a
> bank to bank affair and it would not raise eyebrows or
> trigger any red flags, it
> is necessary to take precautions on issues like this, and I
> have to ensure that
> our interest are protected in this transaction. I am a
> professional banker and I
> expect you to follow my instructions, for the success of
> this transaction.
>
>  
> Once
> again, I sincerely want to thank you for your commitment
> and diligence, but I
> also advice you not to disclose to the bank yet that you
> would be expecting a
> transfer from Japan. So as soon as our funds are credited
> in your EUROPE BANK
> account, you will now proceed immediately and transfer
> everything to your home
> accounts in bits.
>  
> CONTACT
> BANK WITH DETAILS BELOW.
> CLYDESDALE
> BANK PLC
> Registered Head Office: 30 St Vincent Place,
> Glasgow, G1 2HL.
> United Kingdom
>  
> Mr. Steve
> Williams
> Head, Foreign Accounts Operations
>
> Email:
> clybank@clydsdalebnk.com
> Tel:
> +44 703 597 2695
> Fax:
> +44 7005 963 779
>
>
> Please try
> and reach the bank immediately and let them know you want
> to set up an account
> with them. And do let me hear from you soon.
> Thanks,
>
> Mr. Tomo
> Sand
 
Mr > From: CLYDESDALE BANK PLC <clybank@clydsdalebnk.com>
> Subject: Account opening
> Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 5:08 PM
> Clydesdale Bank PLC.
> Registered Head Office: 30 St Vincent Place,
> Glasgow, G1 2HL. United Kingdom
> Email: clybank@clydsdalebnk.com
> Tel: +44 703 5972 695
> Fax: +44 7005 963 779
>
> Dear Prospective Customer,
>
> Account opening Reference Number: CBI-UK-034248
> Welcome to Clydesdale Bank PLC.  We provide logistics
> and services on
> Commercial, Merchant and Retail Online Banking. You are
> welcome to the Bank
> of choice were our customers satisfaction is our topmost
> priority amongst
> other services that has be designed to enhance a top of the
> range online
> Banking experience.
>
> At Clydesdale Bank there are many exciting and rewarding
> career
> opportunities. As part of a large organization we offer
> opportunities to
> work in any part of our business, which includes
> investment, personal and
> business banking, wealth management and a whole host of
> other areas from
> Risk Management to Customer Service Centers.
>
> ACCOUNT OPENING REQUIREMENTS
>
> (1)You are to provide us with a scanned copy of either your
> international
> passport or a recent driver’s license, or a valid proof
> of identity. 
> (2) Full names
> (3) Contact Address
> (4) Gender
> (5) Telephone Number
> (6) Country
> (7) Next of Kin
> (8) Date of Birth
> (9) Type of Account
>
> It is our desire to make sure that you experience our First
> class
> hospitality in the world of Banking and this is illustrated
> by the
> availability of choice accounts modeled to suit your
> business interest.
> You are hereby required to make an initial deposit based on
> the type of
> account you wish to hold with Clydesdale Bank , the
> category of account and
> the initial deposit available in Clydesdale Bank are stated
> below:
>
> ACCOUNT MODELS AVAILABLE FOR CHOICE ARE;
>
> 1. Regular Account, the initial deposit is 2,500.00 ( Two
> Thousand Five
> Hundred pounds).The maximum transfer possible within a
> month is
> 2,700,000.00(Two Million seven Hundred Thousand GBP)
>
> 2. Daily Account, the initial deposit is 3,500..00 (Three
> Thousand Five
> Hundred pounds). The Maximum transfer possible within a
> month is
> 3,500,000..00 (Three Million Five Hundred Thousand GBP).
>
> 3. Premium Account, the initial deposit is 6,500 (Six
> Thousand Five Hundred
> pounds). The transfer possible within a month from this
> account is
> 5,000,000.00 (Five Million GBP).
>
> 4. Platinum Account, the initial deposit is 8,500.00 (Eight
> thousand Five
> Hundred pounds), the maximum transfer possible from this
> account within a
> month is 15,000,000.00 (Fifteen Million GBP) and above
>
> 5. Exclusive Account, the initial deposit is 10,500.00 (Ten
> thousand Five
> Hundred pounds), the maximum transfer possible from this
> account within a
> month is 20,000,000.00 (Twenty Million GBP) and above
>
> for your account to be activated immediately, you are
> required to transfer
> the initial deposit which will be deposited in your account
> to activate the
> account after setup.
>
> Note that the minimum Balance also translates into the cost
> of Account
> Activation of each of the Account models shown above. Also
> you have to
> indicate the category type and number chosen for your
> Account opening.
>
> The privileges and benefits of each of the Account models
> is a function of
> the quality and premium value associated with the Account
> model. After you
> indicate your interest in the Account model from above that
> suits your
> convenience, our marketing department will Setup your
> account and your
> account information will be sent to you. This will enable
> you access the
> accounts and negotiate a transfer of your funds amongst
> other
> possibilities.
>
> Please indicate an account type and let us know. You are
> required to make
> this initial deposit available for the activation of 
> the account you
> intend to open with us. As soon as you send the initial
> deposit, your
> account id login and password will be confirmed and
> forwarded to you, and
> your account will be immediately credited with this amount.
> Note: Payment
> procedures will be forwarded to you upon request. Once
> again we look
> forward to meeting your expectations and we appreciate the
> privileges of
> you banking with us.
>
> Be informed that all account has full option banking
> amenities which
> involves having a Master Card,Atm Card, credit/debit
> balance print out and
> overdraft. NOTE that the mandatory minimum deposit Belongs
> to you as this
> will be in your account before crediting any funds you wish
> to transfer,
> this is to enable our KTT data base and recognized your
> account for onward
> transfer as you may wish to transfer  swiftly to your
> nominated local
> account round the globe without delay.
>
>
> Note: This setup fee/initial deposit is refundable on
> termination or
> closure of your account and this fee must be paid before
> your account is
> opened and activated.
>
>
> We await your response
>
> Steve Williams.
> Head, Foreign Accounts Operations
> Clydesdale Bank PLC.
> Registered Office: 30 St Vincent Place,
> Glasgow, G1 2HL, United Kingdom
>
> ........................................................................................................................
>                
>                
>          CONFIDENTIAL
> this email and any files transmitted with it are
> confidential and intended
> solely for the use of the individual or entity to which
> they are addressed.
> Dissemination, distribution or copying of this e-mail or
> the information
> herein by anyone other than the intended recipient, or an
> employee or agent
> Responsible for delivering the message to the intended
> recipient, is
> Prohibited. Copyright © 2009 Clydesdale Bank PLC
 
     

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