Tuesday, May 31, 2011

From Dr Louis Clarke

From Dr Louis Clarke - email spam message. This message appears sent from - Dr Louis Clarke [drlouisclarke45247@aol.co.uk].

From Dr Louis Clarke
Auditing and Account
Bank Manager


I am a staff in one of the bank in London. I am writing following an opportunity in my office that will be of benefit to both of us. In my department we discovered an abandoned treasure that contain the sum of Ј1,000,000.00, (Ј One million GBP)in safe keeping room that belongs to one of our foreign customers Late Mr.Robert Greg an American who unfortunately lost his life in the Tsunami disaster in Thailand 2004,including his wife and Two of his daughters. Since we got information about his death, we have been expecting his partner or relatives to come over and claim his money because we cannot release it unless somebody applies for it as partner or relation to the deceased as indicated in our banking laws and guild lines.

Unfortunately I learned that his supposed next of kin died along with him in the knowledge of this treasure behind for the claim.It is therefore upon this discovery that I now decided to make the deal with you and make sure we bring it out as the partner of beneficiary of the deposited treasure for safety keeping and subsequent disbursement since nobody is coming for it and we don't want this money to go back into Bank as unclaimed.

The banking law and guidelines here stipulates that such treasure remained after five years the money will be transferred into banking treasury as unclaimed property.We will share the percentage equal, in any expenses we did will be deduct from the money before sharing. Your share will be 50% and my own will be the same after we have remove the money for our expenses.

Please note that all necessary arrangement for the smooth release of these deposited treasure to you has been finalized.I will discuss more in details when I do receive your response.You can reach me in my private email:
Best regards,
Dr Louis Clarke

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