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Friday, August 15, 2008

David Brinsford



One out of five!

Good Day,

I will first introduce myself as Mr. Brinsford, a staff in the Accounts Management Section of a well-known bank, here in Scotland, UK.

One of our accounts, with holding balance of £14,000,000 (Fourteen Million Pounds Sterling) has been dormant and last operated four years ago. From my investigations and confirmation, the owner of the said account, a foreigner who died on the 7th of January 2004 in a car accident that occurred in Birmingham here in UK.

Since then, nobody has done anything as regards the claiming of this money, as he has no family member that has any knowledge as to the existence of either the account or the funds; and also Information from the National Immigration also states that my late customer client has the same last name with you and he was single on entry into the UK.

I have confidently discussed this issue with the Attorney to my late customer client and we have agreed to work with you due to the fact that you have the same surname with him it's 100% SURE that your claims will be approved by the finance firm where the said funds were lodged. We therefore propose to do business with you, standing in as the next of kin of these funds from the deceased and funds released to you after due processes have been followed.

This transaction is totally free of risk and troubles as the fund is legitimate and does not originate from drug, money laundry, terrorism or any other illegal act.

On your interest, let me hear from you.

Warm Regards,

David Brinsford.

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Important Notes :-

1. Whatever you do, do not respond to any e-mail like this. If you have given bank details to any fraudster like this, then inform your bank immediately and also make sure that you close the account.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

this man is a scam artist and very convincing please do not give any money or send any important info to him he will totally rip you off and disappear he crys a lot and trys to make you feel he is in such a bad way dont fall for it ever speaking the truth to you dont be a victim i wish i knew before now

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 7:08:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this man david will tell you he is in maylasia and send you pictures that are very sexy of himself but its not him and he will act like he is coming to see you whereever you are but he is lying he will ask for help with ticket but please dont do that he is a scam from the word go and if he meet you on line he will tell you to let him call you and blow up your phone tellin you lies and tell you he has found the one of his dreams and ask you to cancel your site and be just with him he lies a lot he will act like he is in trouble and needs your help or that he wants to send you money and need your bank info do not give this information out he has a lot of friends with other names helping him rip you off jerry meyer as one i know all pretending to be professional but they will steal from you and dissappear they are scammers REAL SCAMMERS

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 7:17:00 am  

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