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The e-mail here is just one type of the thousands of variants of scam e-mails sent out each day by 419 scammers. If you've received an e-mail even remotely similar to the one on this page, or if you have arrived at this page via an internet search, I can 100% guarantee you...YOU HAVE RECEIVED A SCAM E-MAIL!

It's important to note that any real people or legitimate organizations mentioned in this e-mail have absolutely no connection with this scam!

None of the scammers use their real names.
Sometimes they take on the identity of real people to help them convince you that they are genuine.
Whatever these scammers tell you, DON'T believe a word of it!!!





From:     richard.richa1 Gazeta.pl <richard.richa1@gazeta.pl>
Subject:     Can I trust you?
Date:     Thu, 3 Jul 2008 15:52:58 +0100 (10:52 EDT)


I have written an earlier mail to you but no response.
In my first mail I mentioned to you about my late client who deposited some fund with a Security/Finance Company here in UK before he died in April 2003. He bears the same surname with you.

Since his death I have received several letters from the Security/Finance Company where he deposited the fund before his death, to provide his next of kin or any of his relatives who can make claim to the funds before the end of the year or the Security/Finance Company will be left with no option than to confiscate the consignment and turn the money back to the state. As it has been marked unclaimed for 4 years. I have conducted my personal search to see if I can make contact with any of his relatives but without success, it is in the course of my effort that I have to contact you.

I have closely checked and since you bear the same surname with my deceased client it will be better to present you as the next of kin and the right beneficiary of the funds in the account.
The total sum left in the account is $15M (Fifteen Million United States Dollars) I will provide you with all the necessary legal backing that is required until this money is paid out to you, and then we shall share it base on our agreement.

Do respond quick if you are interested or should you need further clarification because we have no much time left.

Thanks and God bless.

Richard Coleman 





This is just a small sampling of the many hundreds of scam e-mails received each day here at 419baiter.com headquarters.

There are many different types of 419 scam (examples) but they all promise you something (fortune, job with salary/commision, low-interest loan, lottery prize, cheap gold dust/diamonds, work visa, etc.) in return for a small 'fee' or some kind of remittance. Of course, there is no fortune, no job, no loan, no prize to be had. It's just a ploy to get you to willingly send them money.

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