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Subject:  Reply soonest
From:  "Andrew Long"<>
Date:  Sat, 05 Jun 2010 16:53:26 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Reply soonest" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 05 Jun 2010 16:53:26 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Andrew Long"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Attn Please,

With merging of my bank Abn Amro N.V. with Barclays Bank Plc United Kingdom, I was made head of 
service in my department by the Boards of directors of my bank ABN
AMRO N.V. (The Netherlands) to compile all credit accounts that has been in operation with the bank 
under my department/supervision. Details
About The Merging News Visit The Web Sitebelow: 
Through mycompilation of accounts, I discovered a credit account with A/C
N0:NL85ABNA6008341843 and (?7,467,000.00 Euros) deposited, On further trace came across the file 
and found out that the account has be inactive for more than Nine (9)years.

The true owner of this funds/ account was Engineer Christian Eich, a German who Ran carmaker BMW's 
museum unfortunately lost his life,including his wife and two children in the plane crash (Flight
AF4590) which crashed on July 31st 2000 killing all 109 people on board. Details About The Plane 
Crash Visit The WebSite Below: Regarding the 
period of Twenty-One (14) working days allowed confirming and submitting the reports by the Board 
of directors of my bank, which may lead to the cancellation or terminating of the account.I have 
chosen to seek your
consent to work with me as a team and pull out this fund under thelegitimacy as the heir apparent 
of Late Engineer Christian Eich.Contact me immediately with your full Name, Address,Age,Occupation, 
telephone and fax 
Numbers about the Details and modalities of this project/ transaction to my private email address ( ) soon as this is done, i will proceed with the necessary formalities.

Sincerely Your's
Andrew Long
Auditor) Abn-Amro Bank

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