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This is just one type of the thousands of scam e-mail variants sent out each day by 419 scammers. If you've received an e-mail even remotely similar to the scam published here or if you have arrived at this page via an internet search resulting from an e-mail that you received, YOU HAVE RECEIVED A SCAM E-MAIL!


This is an internet scam!
Do NOT send these scammers your real personal information, money or anything else of value for any reason.



From: BRIAN POTTER <brian_potter@rediffmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2012 04:24:45 -0600
Reply-To: brian.potter37@yahoo.com


My names is Mr Brian Potter, formerly working with SNS Bank
Netherlands Branch, presently I am working with Capital One Bank
Europe Plc here in United Kingdom. I have a proposition to discuss
with you about a certain bonded account in our Bank. The bonded has a
balance of GBP 18.5 Million.

Please contact me through email or Telephone on this for more details.
It will be beneficial to both parties concerned I am contacting you on
this due to you share the same Family name with the Bonded
Account/Depositor Mr.V.Buchholz.

Please contact me through my private email brian.potter37@yahoo.com , for more information.
Thanks and hoping to hear from you soon.

Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Brian Cole Potter
Capital One Plc




It's important to note that any real people and / or legitimate organizations whose actual names or other details appear in these scam e-mails have absolutely no connection with this scam!

Scammers never use their real names.
They frequently take on the identity of real people to help make themselves and their scam appear legitimate.

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

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, bargain 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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