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  • He won't transfer the money. He will use your account number to fraudently withdrawl any of your remaining funds.
  • It's a scam.
  • LOL Nelson. Just ignore that. Another scam I've been receiving similar emails: Before his death, I assisted him in the deposit of some contract funds valued at $22 million with a bank. The funds have remained unclaimed since his death and such unclaimed funds are appropriated and returned to the treasury after 4 years as a matter of banking policy. Considering the lack of success in my bid to locate any of his relatives for over 3 years now, I hereby solicit your consent to enable me present you to the bank as the beneficiary Next of Kin to my deceased client. I am contacting you for two reasons. Firstly, you both share the same Origin and name which makes the claim logical and credible. Secondly, strongly believe that the Bank does not deserve to confiscate the funds and these reasons led to my resolve to contact you to claim the funds. Know that this deal is 100% risk free because I have in my possession The personal file of the deceased which contains some of the information we shall need to prove your legal relationship with my late client, which means that the fund will definitely be paid into the account of whoever I present to the bank as his next of kin. Moreover this is a legal and risk free transaction that does not in anyway hamper or contravene the monetary laws of your country because it is an inheritance fund. All I require from you is your assurance that my share of the funds shall be held in trust for me when it is released into your account by the bank. Be rest assured that the fund shall be released to you by the bank upon presenting all the necessary legal documents that will be used to substantiate whatever claim we make on your behalf at the bank. On my receipt of your consenting reply, i shall give you a detailed Briefing on this proceedings.I await your immediate response, I appeal to your sense of fairness.
  • Hey, I'll let you keep 50% if you want to deal with me instead.
  • Give me your acct # and i will handle the entire transaction for a nominal fee.... (oh,and as of today the pope is no longer catholic!!)
  • dont do it ITS FAKE
  • If I had a dollar for every email like this I have gotten....it would be more money than you will ever see from this person.
  • if you do this here is what happens-you open an account with the minimun in it and give them the number-they then deposit and withdraw it-their money is now clean and the irs is knocking on your door with a lot of questions and a rather large bill-i have seen a couple of people fall for this one-money laundering is a big business and very illegal in this country-might want to stay away from it---just my thoughts-and hope this helps----smile and enjoy the day---good question
  • 'To Catch A Con Man' http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=msnbc&vid=7f1c3277-232b-4799-9792-16cda996c2c8 'To Catch an ID Thief' http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=msnbc&vid=ced53505-59ca-47b7-baff-06124e0c3dbf
  • It probably could be legit but highly illegal, the scam is pinning the crime on the victim when the transaction is discovered.
  • What I love, is those "This is (Name of bank/securities exchange here) fraud dept and we've seen some odd occurances with your account, please go to this webiste (How helpful, they give you a like!) and update your info" I usually respond with naming my account like "Blowme you***hole" and all sorts of stupid info, none of which is real as I am nto a account holder. I really wonder if any of them tried toa ccess the acocunts with that name! :)
  • Oh, yeah! The Nigerian scammers are at it again
  • BIG SCAM...don't do it. Have a client that fell for that and lost what was in her account...like $5,000, of her own money.
  • Ignore it. Biggest scam ever. Whatever you do, do not send him your account number.
  • And why he wants to give you! 14.2 million $??? Its a HUGE SCAM!

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