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From:     David Marsh
Reply-to:     <d.marsh1656@gmail.com>
Subject:     CONTACT ME ASAP.
Date:     Sun, 16 Nov 2008 16:32:17 -0000 (11:32 EST)

Mr. David Marsh
Head of Investigation Dept,
8 Canada Square
London E14 5HQ


Dear Friend,

I am seeking your cooperation to present you to my bank as the Next of kin to Mrs. Sigrid Fassnacht, a foreign contractor from Germany who died on a plane crash on July 25th 2000.Mrs Sigrid, her husband Rudi Fassnacht, and their two daughters perished in the air France Concorde New York bound flight.

Before her death, she was a contractor to British national petroleum Cooperation (BNPC) and has a bank balance with my bank to the amount of (30 Million pounds sterling GB) which will be paid to you as her Beneficiary. For your information, I am the head of Claims Department with HSBC Bank PLC London.

The board directors of HSBC Bank PLC mandated me to look for any known relatives of Mrs. Sigrid Fassnacht since her death no one has come forward to claim on her fund; all my efforts traces have not been successful. It came to my understanding that there is no relative left. Based on that, I am writing you to ask for your cooperation to front you to my bank as the supposed next of kin/business partner to the Late Mrs. Sigrid Fassnacht to enable us claim this money, it will amount to injustice if we do not take this decisive step to secure this Deposit and invest it, because if nobody comes forward to claim over the fund in the next 30 days from now it will be forfeited to the British government as unclaimed fund. For that reason, I am contacting you to assist me in making this transaction a reality. I only have to approve your application as the next of kin and the Fund (30 Million pounds) will be paid to you as the Beneficiary. We are to share this money between ourselves, 10% we will donate to charity orga

I will need your name in full, address, fax and phone number to enable me commence on securing all legal documents that will proof you as the next of Kin/business partner to our deceased customer Mrs. Sigrid Fassnacht. Note that this transaction is 100% risk free. I will commence immediately in securing all legal documents in your favor on your acceptance to fully cooperate with me.

I await your urgent response to enable us commence this project and nature it to reality.

Yours faithfully,

Mr. David Marsh.






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

The scammers never use their real names.
They frequently take on the identity of real people to help them convince you that they are genuine.

This is just a small sampling of the many hundreds of advance fee fraud e-mails received each day here at 419 BAITER headquarters. It is 100% pure B.S. Purity Guaranteed!

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