Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: FROM: MR. Dewlon Meyetz

From: "Dewlon Meyetz"<>

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FROM: MR. Dewlon Meyetz
TEL:  +44 792 448 0377.

Attn: Sir/Ma,

In respect of  $50,000,000.00 Million Dollars deposited with a Security and Financial Holding 
Company in the UK . 

It is my pleasure to introduce this transaction to you based on your position as a banker who is at 
the highest hierachy of 

banking in France. My Name is Thomas Dixon and  I am the Chief Financial Officer at Marcus Loyal 
Group, a consultancy company here 

in the United Kingdom. I wish to bring to your notice a mutually beneficial transaction which would 
be beneficial to both of us if 

we can reach an understanding. Kindly find herein details of the transaction.

I assisted a military officer from Liberia to make a deposit of 5 diplomatic boxes marked family 
treasure in the storage facility 

of the Security and Financial Holding Company in the UK without any one coming forth to lay claims 
to them for the past 18 years. 

Upon checking with the records department, I discovered that the baggages are still deposited with 
this organization since 1991 as 

left by the military officer who brought the baggages during the liberian war. I discovered that 
the beneficiary was able to pay 

the storage cost of the baggages till 1997 after which there was no record of him communicating 
with the organization again. It's 

now 12 years since his last communication and I want to look for a reliable person who has the 
pedigree and financial capability 

to manage this huge funds for investment purposes that will be mutually beneficial after claims 
from this organization. It has 

taken me a long time to  find you and I believe you will be
able to handle this project hence my decision to contact you. 

I want you to understand that a copy of the certificate of deposit issued to the beneficiary upon 
deposit in 1991 will be made 

available to you for your perusal before we proceed further. What I actually need you to do is to 
file for claims of the fund by 

coming to sign for the release of the baggages and subsequently taking possession of the funds from 
where you will proceed to make 

arrangements to bank the funds and utilize it for investment purposes. I have decided to sign an 
agreement with you upon your 

response to this proposal before we proceed further. 

I have agreed to share the money on a ratio of 60% for me and 30% for  you at the completion of the 
transaction and 10% to cover 

all expenses to be incurred. Kindly get in touch with me immediately so that we can proceed further.

Thank you very much for your mutual understanding.

Mr. Dewlon Meyetz,
Chief Financial Officer
Marcus Loyal Group, United Kingdom