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From: Mr, David Paul" from Mr.David Paul
Received: Wed, 04 Jul 2007 22:30:04 -0700     Classification: Advance Fee Fraud/419    Popularity: 8 hits    SE Indexed: 77 hits   
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From: Mr, David Paul,
Investment/Financial Consultant,
Allied Irish Bank (GB)
St James's House, Charlotte Street,
Manchester M1 4DZ,
United Kingdom
www.aibgb.co.uk
 
Attn,
 
Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not meet your
personal ethics although. Be so kind to contact me at your earliest convenient for a possible business deal involving money transfer of about £25,000,000 (Twenty-Five Million British Pounds).
 
In one of our peroidic auditing, I discorved a dormant accounts
with holding balance of 25,000,000 (Twenty-Five Million British
Pounds) which has not been operated for the past three years. From my investigations and confirmations, the owner of this account is a foreigner by name Mr. Gregory.B.Wilson,and he died without a WILL.I am presently in London working as an investment consultant with the above bank at their London office. And I am poised to work this deal out if we can do business.
 
As at this moment,I am constrained to issue more details about this business until your response is received. As we have not meet before,I will give you every details you need to know regarding the business, and about me as we progress with the business.
 
So send me your nominate account information as states below where you like the money to be transfer so that I will write and apply an application for the release of the fund immediately into your
account.
 
Beneficiary Name.......
Bank Name..............
Bank Address...........
Account Number.........
Swift Code.............
Routing Number.........
State & Country........
Your Tel/Fax Number....For easy communication.
 
I look forward to hear from you as soon as possible.
 
Warmest regards,
Mr. David Paul,


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