|| Date: Sat 27 Jun 2009 02 46 37 -0700 PDT
From: "British Revenue Department" <email@example.com>
To: undisclosed-recipients ;
My names are Gerald Mole . I am the director of information Her Majesty
Custom and Revenue, London United Kingdom. Our duty is to look into
transactions and records of banks, securities companies and financial
houses within Europe based on the directive of British Prime Minister Mr
Gordon Brown.We also work in collaboration with American,Asian, African
and Australian clearing houses.
During our investigation we discovered un-paid debts from different banks
and securities companies, worth over 400m pounds lying on paid with Banks
in London and that you are to be paid for an INHERITED FUND/ASSET, which
requires presentation of certain documents and payment of fees before the
fund could be released to you.View the website for more
I want to inform you that the problem you are having is from your partners
and the lawyer who is representing you,They do not reveal the reason for
the delay of your payment and the reason you should pay the money they
demand from you. My reason for contacting you is to inform you to stop
payment of any such to the lawyer or to the financial bank and securities
companies as you will not receive your fund due to some anomalities we
discovered in your file.We are to protect your interest contact me
immediately so we can advice you on how you will receive your fund without
any impediment. You are hereby advised to maintain constant contact with
me and avoid any interaction with unscrupulous agents, partners or lawyers.
AS A MATTER OF URGENCY,PLEASE CALL ME AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE THIS MESSAGE:
TEL : +44 704-574-2958
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