Example 419 Email Fraud 1348

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Date: Sun, 6 Jan 2008 21:46:30 -0600
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From: James Ransome 
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Friendly Greetings.

We are a Corporate Financial Service Provider in Channels Island. We had a customer who deposited 14.3 million pounds with us and eventually died without any reference to a next of kin.

In accordance with the British Trust and Federal Laws, at the expiration of 6 (six) years, his investments with our Financial Trust shall revert to ownership of the government of the country of the said investments if nobody applies as the next of kin to claim the investments.

Since you share the same surname with this client, I want to present you to stand in as the next of kin so that you and I can benefit from this investment equally (i.e. 50% for you and 50% for me). I guarantee that this will be executed under legitimate arrangement that will protect us from
any breach of the law.

If this proposal is acceptable to you, kindly indicate your full names, your private telephone, fax numbers and location where the money will be remitted. I will instruct you on the next step to take.

With friendly greetings,

James Ransome.