Wednesday, October 19, 2011

2 New 419 Scams

Email 1:

From: Tony Stewart
Santander Bank, UK

Dear Friend,

I am Mr.Tony Stewart, the Auditor General, Santander Bank UK . In the course of my auditing, I discovered a
floating fund in an account, which was opened in 1990 at Abbey National Bank which was bought over by Santander
group belonging to a dead foreigner who died in 1999. Every effort made to track any member of his family or next of
kin has since failed; hence I got in contact with you to stand as his next of kin since you bear the same last name.
He died leaving no heir or a will.

My intention is to transfer this sum of $5.5M in the aforementioned account to a safe account overseas. I am
therefore proposing that you quietly partner with me and provide an account or set up a new one that will serve the
purpose of receiving this fund. For your assistance in this venture, I am ready to part with a good percentage of
the entire funds. After going through the deceased person's records and files, I discovered that:

(1) No one has operated this account since 1999
(2) He died without an heir; hence the money has been floating.
(3) No other person knows about this account and there was no known beneficiary.

If I do not remit this money urgently, it would be forfeited and subsequently converted to company's funds, which
will benefit only the directors of my firm. This money can be approved to you legally as with all the necessary
documentary approvals in your name. However, you would be required to show some proof of claim, which I will provide
you with and also guide you on how to make your applications.

Please do give me a reply so that I can send you detailed information on the modalities of my proposition. I
completely trust you to keep this proposition absolutely confidential. Kindly forward your telephone number where I

can reach you easily. I look forward to your prompt response.

Best Regards,
Mr.Tony Stewart.
tonystew4u@zing.vn



Email 2:

I am Said Mamoud a native of Misrata and a son of one of the leading opposing
figure to the government of Col Moammar Ghadaffi.I am 18 years of age and an
undergraduate in the Qar Yunis University in Benghazi.Following the political
resentment and uprising in Libya which has inadvertently degenerate into a
civil war, the Col Moammar Ghaddafi regime announced what is tagged the total
massacre of his political opponents and who he had called dissidents to his
rule in Libya.

In this event, the Ghadaffi government declare the total whip out of the
prominent leaders in Misrata wherein my father has been one among these
leading figure.

On a fateful day while in school, watching the unfolding events going in my
country on the television particularly on the Aljazeera i saw a caption on the
area around my neighborhood close to my father's house where the pro-Ghaddafi
forces had surrounded with their weapons of destruction and something struck
my mind of my family and immediately i received a message on my phone that
the pro-Gaddafi had just struck my neighborhood and that our house was one of
the major target by the Gaddafi forces and to make the whole world down on
me, my father was brutally eliminated from the surface of the earth this ugly
events made my mother collapsed seeing her husband swim in an ocean of blood
and was rushed to a nearby hospital by a member of the Red Cross but
unfortunately she could not live to explain it all as death
claimed her away.

The Red Cross team and other people on rescue mission took my two kid sisters
away for proper care where i often go to pay them visitation and until i
discover how endanger my life could be, that i had to flee away for dear live
to a neighboring country specifically Ireland as a refugee. I have been living
as a refugee since the whole incidents happened that i could not even go back
to my country in search of my sisters who i believed remain as the only family
i have on earth.

During the lifetime of my late father, he was an industrialist, a businessman
and a philanthropist who owned a large steel producing company and other
assets measurable in monetary terms.

Prior to his demise, he had a financial portfolio of $35.8 million United
States Dollars, which he deposited with a financial firm (United Assets
Management & Securities Firm) in Switzerland as part of his investment.

However, i have always known of this investment abroad since i was 18 years
because, my father of a blessed memory had always made it known to me that on
my graduation from the university and after my master in my course of study, i
will be representing his business interest abroad. How painful is death to
have short-lived his dream.

I have made a relentless efforts so far to contact my father's attorney who is
in charge of his estate in the person of Sir Oliver Williams Jr whose office
is in London United Kingdom to know more about my late father's wealth and
how i could go about claiming the estate but unfortunately, the attorney
brought to my notice that he could only proceed on handling over the estate
to me when i have attained the age of 24 or wherein a person of a full
contractual capacity is brought in to fulfill the obligation as stated in
the will left by my late father. As further explained by the attorney, the
person of full contractual capacity could be a relation or a trust.

I have been a person of desperate soul to get rid of my father's estate
because the attorney himself is an aged man in his late 70s and am afraid
death could visit him at any point in time and this might jeopardize my
chance of claiming my father's estate.At this point i am consciously taking my
time to source for a very business minded person, who is also a God fearing
and who will create time to rescue me from this dilemma to claim my late
father's estate and also a person who will guide me on a flourishing business
to invest my own share of the claim.

You can get in touch with me on my personal email address:
(saidmamoud02@gmail.com) so that i can furnish you with the information to
reach the attorney as i had earlier mentioned for more detailed information.

sincerely,

Said Mamoud.

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