Example 419 Email Fraud 0601

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Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 15:17:54 -0700
From: adambrooks@quick.cz
Reply-To: adambrooks3@yahoo.co.uk
Subject: urgent business proposition.
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United Kingdom

Dear Friend,

My name is ADAM BROOKS, I am the credit manager in a Bank here in the United
Kingdom. I am contacting you of a business transfer, of a huge sum of money
from a deceased account. Though I know that a transaction of this magnitude
will make any one apprehensive and worried, but I am assuring you that
everything has been taken care off, and all will be well at the end of the day.
I decided to contact you due to the urgency of this transaction.


I am the account officer of a foreigner named Gerald Welsh who died in an air
crash along with his wife in 31st October 1999 an Egyptian airline 990 with
other passengers on board. Since his death, none of his next-of-kin are alive
to make claims for this money as his heir, because they all died in the same
accident(May his soul rest in peace).

We cannot release the fund from his account unless someone applies for claim as
the next-of-kin to the deceased as indicated in our banking guidelines. Upon
this discovery, I now seek your permission to have you stand as a next of kin
to the deceased, as all documentations will be carefully worked out by me for
the funds (9,000,000.00 POUNDS) to be released in your favour as the
beneficiary's next of kin. It may interest you to know that we have secured
from the probate an order of mandamus to locate any of the deceased
beneficiaries. Please acknowledge receipt of this message in acceptance of our
mutual business endeavour by furnishing me with the following information if
you are interested.