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Old 05-08-2011, 05:22 AM
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The Admiral has today planned out. If anyone has the time, the $20 million is yours:


FROM THE DESK OF MR CHONG LEE
FOREIGN REMMITANCE AND ACCOUNTING UNIT.
Deutsche Bank(Malaysia Berhard)
mrchonglee55@yahoo.com.hk

Dear Sir,

I have a proposal for you - this however is not mandatory nor will I in any manner compel you to honour against your will. I am 51, and work with a bank (one of the leading banks in Malaysia). Here in this bank exist a dormant account for the past 9 years which belong to an American national who is now late. Mr.Raymond Beck & Mrs. Dorene Beck who died on Egypt Air Flight 990 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/502503.stm

When I discovered that there had been no deposits nor withdrawals from this account for this long period, I decided to carry out a system investigation and discovered that non of the family members nor relations of the late person is aware of this account.This is the information in a nutshell. Now I want a trusted person overseas to whom the bank will transfer this funds. I will guide you step by step on how to make application for the release of the money to you.

Thereafter, I had planned to destroy all related documents for this account. It is a careful network and for the past eleven months I have worked out everything to ensure a hitch -free operation.

The amount is not so much at the moment and plus all the accumulated interest the balance in this account stands at-(US$20.6 millions) Upon receipt of your letter of interest, I will present you as the next of kin/beneficiary and an online bank account will be opened in your name and in your favour, then the total amount will be lodged into the online account, from there, you can personally be transferring the funds out to your local bank account bit by bit without raising eyebrows.

Now My questions are:-

1. Can You Handle This Project?
2. Can I give you this trust?
3. What will be your commission If you can sponsor this transfer? Consider this and get back to me as soon as possible.

Finally, it is my humble prayer that the information as contained herein be accorded the necessary attention, urgency as well as the secrecy it deserves. I Expect your urgent response if you can handle this project.

Respectfully yours,

Mr. Chong Lee
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Bless his heart.

Why doesn't he just send it to the Feds? They need all the help they can get.
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I'm all over it, I'll be sending you a daquri machine and new 25' Contender as soon as I get my 20 mil
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Forward it to webmaster@yahoo.com.hk let them deal with it.
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If I responded to every email I recieved like that, I'd have more money than Warren Buffet and Bill Gates combined...
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Originally Posted by Lemke View Post
If I responded to every email I recieved like that, I'd have more money than Warren Buffet and Bill Gates combined...

no you wouldn't
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I think it's sad these people try to scam people all the time. It makes it MUCH harder for me as a Swedish buyer to seal a deal with American sellers. Here on THT it's often no problem, but at Craigslist it's impossible to get in contact with someone, even though I offer them to invoice me on PayPal and stuff.
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Originally Posted by Whiteowl View Post
no you wouldn't
True, true... my point was that I have seen about a bajillion of those emails.
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this scam actually has a scam to steal the money from them and the bank lol

One of the scams actually send you a wire and you have to confirm receipt its part of the scam. basically you set the fake account to auto transfer the wire immediatly upon receipt to 100 other offshore accounts then from those 100 accounts to another 10,000 accounts then from those to another 100,000 accounts then back to one main offshore account. hackers were setting up dummy accounts with fake credentials and scamming the banks and scammers out of a few million dollars by auto wiring in this fashion then deleting the accounts and killing the trail. thats the problem with electronic money that never actually exists by the time the first bank realizes that the money never actually came through its already out to thousands of other accounts and they have to try to track the money through multiple countries getting record extradition ect..
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Originally Posted by James36c View Post
this scam actually has a scam to steal the money from them and the bank lol

One of the scams actually send you a wire and you have to confirm receipt its part of the scam. basically you set the fake account to auto transfer the wire immediatly upon receipt to 100 other offshore accounts then from those 100 accounts to another 10,000 accounts then from those to another 100,000 accounts then back to one main offshore account. hackers were setting up dummy accounts with fake credentials and scamming the banks and scammers out of a few million dollars by auto wiring in this fashion then deleting the accounts and killing the trail. thats the problem with electronic money that never actually exists by the time the first bank realizes that the money never actually came through its already out to thousands of other accounts and they have to try to track the money through multiple countries getting record extradition ect..
How would they create 100,000 accounts? Seems a little odd
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20.6 million !! That's BS ! I was only offered 6 million for a car I was selling for $4,000 AND we had to split the difference. I need to get into a better class of scammers.

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