Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Let me see if I got this straight....

Let me see if I got this straight....  The purported writer of this piece of mendacious crap wants me to trust someone who apparently seems to have no qualms about ripping off their employer.  Since we know it's bullshit from one end to another it seems to be a useless query but really folks.... Think about it ~ what does it say about anyone who (supposedly of sound mind) steps eagerly forward saying, 'Yep ~ that's for me!'  Kinda almost wants to make one cheer for the scammers ~ they would deserve each other.

Tue, 22 Jun 2010


From: MR.WEST  info@consultantplc.com
Reply-To:  westbernard111111@gmail.com


I am an investment consultant working with Bank UBS AG Zurich at their offshore department United Kingdom London . I will be happy to work this deal out with you if you have an empty corporate or personal Bank Account and if you are capable to keep TOP SECRET. I need strong Assurance that you will never let me down, if I transfer this money to your account.During one of our periodic auditing I discovered a dormant accounts with holding balance of US$ 232,000.000.00 {Two hundred and Thirty Two million US Dollars only} Sometimes a person will open a bank account, deposit money, and then disappear into the tin air.

Banks are not always able to find out what has become of these silent customers, or to know whether they should follow up on requests from people who claim to be heirs to the accounts. The main problem is that the customer resides abroad and, due to bank secrecy, the bank cannot publish notices in the international press to locate the depositaries. This has led the majority of Swiss banks to refrain from opening small-deposit accounts for foreign customers; for fear that they will forget that the account exists.It has happened in the past, however, that customers pass away and their heirs can neither prove the death, nor their heir ship. This was a frequent occurrence during the wartime periods, and the banks have now set up a simple, rapid resolution procedure operating to their customers’ advantage.

Dormant assets are defined as any assets deposited with a bank (i.e. an account, a custody account or a safety-deposit box) for which there has been no contact with the customer in the bank’s files for the last ten years or more. If you believe you have claim to a Swiss bank account for which the holder (e.g. an ancestor) has not been in contact with the bank for over ten years, there is a fairly simple procedure to follow, depending on the date the account was opened  this account has not been operated for the past years.

As at this moment, I am constrained to issue more details about this business until your response is received.If you are not familiar with Swiss Dormant Accounts and profile, please take a moment of your very busy schedules to read about Swiss dormant accounts: website;http://www.crtii.org/2001_list/publication_list1_A.phtm If you know that you are capable to handle large or small amount on trust and can keep secret and ready to take 40% of any amount I transfer to your account from the dormant account and I will take 60%.

Thank you for your time and attention.I look forward for a positive response as quickly as possible. E-Mial:(westbernard111111@Gmail.com)

Warmest regards

Mr.Bernard West

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