Strange Email

Hey guys just recieved this Email no idea what to do about it........

can u'll give me some advice..... Email starts here....

"Dear Friend

Before I proceed, I must first of all apologize for this unsolicited letter to you.

I am aware that this is certainly not a conventional way of approach to

establish a relationship of trust, but I do have limited choice.

I am Mr. Stephen Tan, Investment Director on foreign investments department of

Agricultural Bank Of China. I am writing following an opportunity in my office

that will be of immense benefit to both of us. On January 11th 2000, a German

estate tycoon. Late Mr. Andreas Schranner deposited $10,000,000 (Ten Million

United States Dollars) under our portfolio management department for a

periaod of Two (2)Years, and the deposit matured on the 18th of February 2002

with about 35% growth which amounted to a total of $15,520,000 (Fifteen

Million, Five Hundred and Twenty Thousand United States Dollars).

Upon maturity, a routine notification was sent to his forwarding address all to

no avail.

Several attempts were made to contact him but without responses.

After a month, another reminder was sent to him from my desk and evidently I

discovered from his contract employers that Mr. Andreas Schranner died in the

plane crash of Air France Concorde flight 4590 which crashed on July 25th 2000.

On further indebt investigation, I discovered that he died with his wife and

entire family, as all efforts to trace members of his neither family nor

relatives proved futile.

You shall read more about the crash on visiting this site.

(Http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/859479.stm)

Mr. Andreas Schranner, has long passed away and since his death none of his

next-of-kin or relations has come forward to lay claims for this money as the

heir. He died without identifying with anybody about these funds, which has

since matured and the roll-over on the funds also expired.

This sum of $15,520,000 (Fifteen Million, Five Hundred and Twenty Thousand

United States Dollars ) is still in my possession in my Bank lifeless and

unnoticed because there will never be a claim on the funds.

All material, immaterial documents and certificates relating to the funds is

also in my possession.

Against this backdrop, I am proposing to you to stand in as the next of kin to

Late Mr. Andreas Schranner. The Chinese Government banking law and guidelines

here stipulates that at the expiration of eight (8) years such funds will be

transferred into banking treasury as unclaimed funds.

The money will be approved into your account and subsequently, we shall share

in the ratio: 60% for us and 40% for you as gratification for assistance

rendered. I will visit your country for the

Disbursement, according to the percentages indicated above once this money gets

into your account.

I humbly crave your indulgence in portraying sincerity towards this matter, as

trust stands to be our watchword in this transaction. Our assurance is that your

role is risk free to accord this transaction the legality it deserves as with

all modalities put in place we are certain in actualizing a hitch free transfer

of the funds without any impediments.

My position with my bank already guarantees the swift execution of this

project. We will discuss much in details when I do receive your response.

Kindly signify your willingness to assist by sending me an email for further

Procedures relating to this transaction.

Kind regards.

Mr. Stephen Tan"

that's not strange! that's spam! and apparently I am one of the richest guys

this just reminded me of this cute and funny web comic: http://www.prunejuicecomics.com/beingfive/strips09/gold.gif

and you should use gmail it automatically puts such emails in spam box

See here: http://www.wiredpakistan.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=5317

Theres no such thing as free quick money...

I think almost everyone has been getting these type of mails for ages now. I just feel sorry for anyone who actually falls for this. I guess in the end they end up loosing some bucks as an advance processing fee or something.

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this just reminded me of this cute and funny web comic: http://www.prunejuicecomics.com/beingfive/strips09/gold.gif
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Lol, thanks 4 sharing.

lol not strabge email. Its a spam email. COntact them they will even provide you a fake bank website :D I had alot chit chat with them :D I was continously tracing there IP's. The girl was saying that she was in senegal bu t IP was always from california :D lol

Yes, it is actually a spam email which sent daily to many people. Don't even try to open them. Just delete them if you don't know who is the sender.

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lol not strabge email. Its a spam email. COntact them they will even provide you a fake bank website :D I had alot chit chat with them :D I was continously tracing there IP’s. The girl was saying that she was in senegal bu t IP was always from california :D lol
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That is because she/he was probably using a free email provider like yahoo. Most of these webmail providers insert their server’s IP address as the source IP address. And their mail servers are usually in the US.

I think you are new internet guy and dont know about spam or junk so if you believe these mails they will make you rich in just few days, lolz

Sory.......

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I think you are new internet guy and dont know about spam
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I knew it was spam, was just conformng

Whenever you recieve these sort of things, Ask yourself one question. Why me? Out of so many people in the world how come me? What benefit does the other party get? Is it too good to be true?

Nothing is free in this world, And if you think you are getting an EXTREMELY good return for something, Always be suspicious about it. If its too good to be true then its probably not true.

:)hhahaha

Spam delete it permanently

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that's not strange! that's spam! and apparently I am one of the richest guys