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Subject: Instruction for your Inheritance Payment By Certified International Bank Cheque

From: "Tim L'Estrange"<>

This email with the subject "Instruction for your Inheritance Payment By Certified International Bank Cheque" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 04 Apr 2009 19:08:26 -0400 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

The sender was "Tim L'Estrange"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Our ref: MLH/CCML/SDC50712/YER/03-09                              
File No>CCML/465/03/4664                                  

Dear Sir,

Instruction for your Inheritance Payment By Certified International Bank Cheque, Total Amount: 
USD$5,390,000-00 only.

We have received an International Bank Cheque payment instruction from the Bank of England in the 
total sum of US$5,390,000 in your favour to be released and payable at your bank.

Instructions from the Bank of England inform that this payment covers an inheritance debt owed to 
you. We are to release this sum by this CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL BANK CHEQUE within 3-days of this 
payment notice and endorsement in accordance with our Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and payment 
instructions with the Bank of England.


1.  The procedure for clearing your check is simple but the only thing is that you cannot cash it 
at the counter; it must be paid into your account with your bank due to the volume of the cheque.

2.  When you receive your cheque, you shall pay into your account and wait 3 days for it to clear 
into your account to enable you begin withdrawing funds. It is as simple as that.

3.  However, it is very important you note that you shall be required to travel down to our bank 
here in Principality of Monaco to pick your cheque

4.  Or whereby you cannot come to our bank to pick your cheque, you can apply for one of our 
delivery agents to bring the cheque to your door step address, but that will be under your expense.

5.  Be finally informed that you have one week to come to our bank to pick your cheque, or it shall 
be sent back to the apex bank based on their instruction.

As a matter of urgency, you are required to get back to us for more information and to inform us 
your date of arrival to collect your cheque.
Sincerely yours,

Tim L'Estrange,
Head of Client Segment, Issuer/Securities Services,
International Debt Negotiators, Consolidation, Management & Settlements, 
Financial Services & Administration of Trust
CreDebt Consolidation Management Ltd, Principality of Monaco
Tel: +33-1-70707960