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NATWEST BANK PLC
LAMBETH PALACE RD
LONDON SE1 7EH
FROM THE DESK OF : WILLIAM MORIS

Before proceeding, I wish to introduce myself to you; I am William
Moris a staff of Natwest Bank plc London. I am the head of the accounts
department.I am pleased to get across to you for a very urgent and
profitable business proposal which I believe will profit the both of us
after completion. I contacted you after a careful thought that you
might be capable of handling this business transaction, which i
explained below. The sum of (twelve thousand five hundren Million
Pounds), has been floating as unclaimed since 2000 in my bank as all
efforts to get across to the his relatives of our client who deposited
the money have hit the stones. There is this immigrant Mr. Andreas
schranner, property magnate who was based in the U.K., who happens to
be one of our very good clients. On the 25th of July 2000, Mr. Andreas
schranner, his wife Sheila , their daughter Andréa eich, her husband
Christian, and their children katharina and maximilian all died in the
air France concord plane
crash bound for New York in their plan for a world cruise.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/859479.stm

All attempts to trace his next of kin were fruitless. My position here
at my office requiries me to investigate and I therefore made further
investigations and discovered that Mr. Andreas Schranner did not
declare any next of kin or relation in all his official documents,
including his bank deposit paperwork in my ank.According to the British
Law. The money will revert to the ownership of the British government
if nobody applies to claim the fund. To avoid this money being sent to
the British treasury as unclaimed funds, I have decided to seek your
assistance to have you stand as his next of kin so that the said fund
(twelve thousand five hundren million Pounds),would be released in
your name as the next of kin and paid into your account.All documents
and proof that will have you claim this fund without stress will be
forwarded to you upon your response to this mail more so, i want to
inform you that i have unanimously agreed to offer you (four million)
of the total sum fo
r the assistance and role you are going to play in this transaction,
(two million) will be given to charity organizations in your country
with your supervision while the remaining will be for me and my other
loyal collegues here. Please send your confidential telephone and fax
number in your reply to this business transaction.
PLEASE CHANNEL YOUR RESPONSE TO Email: [email protected]

Kind Regards ,
Mr. William Moris.
 

Falkirk_Bairn

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Had a very similar email around 4 months ago.

I strung them along making it sound like I had fallen for their scam.

They ended up asking for a £75 "Processing Fee".

They got a harsh email back, never heard from them since so that must be the same money just floating about waiting for some process fees.
 

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twelve thousand five hundred Million Pounds floating around......LOL not much to say really
but i do wonder if people ever fall for that kind of scams which encourages them or there mates to carry on with scaming emails tw*ts they are.
 

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Mr. William Moris, (The Asshole) :ASSFLASH: forgot to mention which scam school he went to.

He needs to learn to spell his assumed English name correctly.
As well as some other English words like hundred, requires etc etc...
 
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let me share with u my personal experiance

i work in a newspaper agent , one day got visited by 2 somalian guys claiming to sell fake money for half the orignal price , showed me some samples (excelent new notes of 10,20,50 pounds and 20 dollars) offered me to check how good they r in quality and how easy it would be 4 me to get rid of them in a busy place like a paper shop ,
not saying i am clever but sitting all day long reading papers and magazines
read all sort of frauds and scams( i knew straight away this time they will give orginal notes to earn my trust then fake 1ns latter) , they were showing me real notes and leaving me their no. if i needed more
couldnt miss the opprutunity to double my money for once i bought each note for half the price made my day ,
never saw those guys again

advice be sensible
if something is 2 good 2 be true it probably is
 
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