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I work as the Fund Executive Manager with Fldelity lnvestment UK, the world leading Investment & Fund Management Institution based in UK/Channel Island.
I have an investor under my portfolio with a closing balance of F0rty Tw0 Million, Eight Hundred and Seventy Thousand Dollars ($42.87om), as his first initial deposit.This investor died three years ago leaving no WILL or AUTHORIZATION for Re-transfer of his investment and its proceeds to the NEXT OF KIN. I have personally carried out an investigation on the subject matter that took me 12 months to finalize and was made to understand that the family or relatives of the investor knows nothing about his investment with fidelity and none have any records of all his deposits and investment with us, there by creating an avenue for claiming of the said funds with its accrued interest on presentation of a trustworthy person that can stand as the NEXT OF KIN to the deceased.
If you are interested i can present you as the NEXT OF KIN with proper documentation that will qualify you to have the funds claimed and on doing this,our establishment will not question the release of the funds to you as i will make sure that we comply with the banking laws and ethics of claiming the investment in our establishment.
Our sharing ratio will be 50:50.Please contact me for more details if interested.
Looking forward to hearing from you shortly.
Mr. J0hn Flsher.
Jammy Master of Master Baiters
Joined: 24 Oct 2009
Location: Absolutely, last time I checked.
Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:05 pm
Welcome to Eater, Phil!
This is a very standard opening email. I'd suggest reading the post on "Straight Baiting" in Eater University for some ideas on where to go with this. Also, please read the sticky on safe baiting (it's in the "FAQs" on the "Help, Hints, and Tips").
Joined: 19 Apr 2009
Location: in a galaxy far far away
Mon Jan 04, 2010 7:04 pm
welcome phil, and happy new year!
remember to be cautious, like a genuine victim would be.
ask questions about the legality of what you are being asked to do,
and agree to work with him if he can demonstrate to your satisfaction that this is not illegal.
argue about percentages.
maybe you could mention a long-lost cousin, and ask could he be the deceased?
invent an unlikely name for the cousin. the lad is bound to say 'yes, that's him'
but if he has already prepared fake documents to back up his story, he will have to produce new copies containing your cousin's name..
you'll be asked for bank account details and a copy of your id.
search the forum for ways to sail past these questions.
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