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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: "David Bawden" <egatass8@bossmail.de>
Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 4:29 PM
Subject: FROM DAVID BAWDEN


> From Bank UBS AG Switzerland
> Postfach 8098 Z�rich
> Switzerland
> Tel: (+41.44) 234 11 11
> Swiss Clearing Number:230
> Postal Account: 80-2-2
> SWIFT: UBSW CH ZH 80A
>
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I am an investment consultant working with Bank UBS AG Zurich at their
> offshore department Zurich Switzerland . I will be happy to work this deal
> out with you if you have a corporate or personal Bank Account and if you
> are capable to keep TOP SECRET.
>
> During one of our periodic auditing I discovered some dormant accounts
> with holding balances of US$ 232,000.000.00 {Two hundred and Thirty Two
> million US Dollars only} Sometimes a person will open a bank account,
> deposit money, and then disappear into the tin air. Banks are not always
> able to find out what has become of these silent customers, or to know
> whether they should follow up on requests from people who claim to be
> heirs to the accounts. The main problem is that the customer resides
> abroad and, due to bank secrecy, the bank cannot publish notices in the
> international press to locate the depositaries. This has led the majority
> of Swiss banks to refrain from opening small-deposit accounts for foreign
> customers; for fear that they will forget that the account exists.
>
> It has happened in the past, however, that customers pass away and their
> heirs can neither prove the death, nor their heir ship. This was a
> frequent occurrence during the wartime periods, and the banks have now set
> up a simple, rapid resolution procedure operating to their customers�
> advantage. Dormant assets are defined as any assets deposited with a bank
> (i.e. an account, a custody account or a safety-deposit box) for which
> there has been no contact with the customer in the bank�s files for the
> last ten years or more.
>
> If you believe you have claim to a Swiss bank account for which the holder
> (e.g. an ancestor) has not been in contact with the bank for over ten
> years, there is a fairly simple procedure to follow, depending on the date
> the account was opened, this account has not been operated for the past
> years. As at this moment, I am constrained to issue more details about
> this business until your response is received. If you are not familiar
> with Swiss Dormant Accounts and profile, please take a moment of your very
> busy schedules to read about Swiss dormant accounts:
>
>
>
> If you know that you are capable to handle large or small amount on trust
> and can keep secret and ready to take 40% of any amount I transfer to your
> account from the dormant accounts and I will take 60%, send your account
> information�s by return mail. Tell me more about yourself, while I look
> forward to receive the above information.
>
> I want to re-assure you that this business is risk free and you can send
> an empty account to receive the funds, provided that the account is
> capable to receive incoming funds. Send your private mobile phone number
> where I can reach you now. and let me hear from you. Thank you for your
> time and attention.
>
> Warmest regards,
>
> Mr. David Bawden.
>


 
     

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