Tuesday, June 17, 2008

MAIL FROM F.B.CASON URGENT - email scam

Below you will find the text of - MAIL...FROM F.B.CASON......URGENT - email scam. This appears to be sent from - F.B.CASON [fbcason_office@switched.com]. June 17, 2008.
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102 Harley St
Central London W1G 9PG,
United Kingdom.

fbcason_office@switched.com

Hello,
I am Mr. F.B.Cason, an Auditor of a London bank.During the course of our auditing,I discovered a floating fund of(£18.5M.)eighteen Million Five Hundred Thousand British Pounds in an account opened in the bank in 2003 and since 2004 nobody has operated on this account.

After a lot of investigation I discovered that the owner of the account late Mr Green Bilton who died without a beneficiary. The money is floating and if I do not remit this money out it will be forfeited for nothing.The owner of the account is a foreigner.He died since February 14, 2005 and the account has no other beneficiary. My investigation provid to me that nobody knows about this account or anything concerning it.So I want to grab this opportunity, as it is no harm to nobody to transfer the money out.

I need your assistance as a foreigner because the money cannot be approved to anybody here. The management must approve this payment to you if you have the correct information of this account, which I will give to you,upon your positive response and once I am convinced that you are capable and will meet up with instruction of key bank official who is deeply involved with me in this project.

With our influence,we can transfer the money to any foreigner's reliable account,which you can provide with assurance that this money will be intact pending our physical arrival at your end for sharing.At the conclusion of this business, you will be give 45% of the total amount, 50% will be for the bank official and I, while 5% will be for expenses both parties might have incurred during the course of this transaction.

Regards.
Mr. F.B.Cason.



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