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Scammers September 11th, 2001

Those who read our articles more often are used to some of the scammers from Africa in this context. Most likely from Nigeria.

But this piece, which is now being delivered in connection with September 11, 2001, is the work of a completely degenerate scaremonger.

The story presented by these scammers is of course implausible from the outset and does not conform to the usual practices of banks, and can therefore be easily recognised as a scam.

But it is shocking that these scam constituents, who represent the bottom of society on this planet, abuse the suffering of the many victims of September 11.

And always punctually every year shortly before. Therefore: do not reply, do not send any personal documents, money or bitcoins, and move the intellectual outpourings into the designated digital waste bin.

Dear Friend,


I Am Henry James the Manager, Bills And Exchange at the Foreign
Remittance department in a Bank. Actually, I have a very urgent &
confidential Business Proposition for you & for our overall mutual
interest. On the 6th of March 2001, our Customer, an American
National, late Williams J. Stone, an Oil Merchant / Contractor with
the Federal Government of Nigeria, deposited, a valued amount of
US$32Million in my branch.

Upon maturity, I sent a routine notification to his forwarded address
but got no reply. After a month we sent a reminder, & finally we
discovered from his contract employers NNPC, that late William J.
Stone, until his death years back in a ghastly terrorist attack to
American Airlines Flight 11, from Boston, Massachusetts, to Los
Angeles, California, crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade
Center (WTC) with 86 people on board. All occupants of the Aeroplane
unfortunately lost their lives. On further Investigation, I found out
that he did not leave a WILL and all attempts to trace his Next of kin
were Fruitless. Therefore, I made further investigation and discovered
that late Williams J. Stone, did not declare any Next of kin in all
his official documents. This sum US$32Million is still floating in the
bank and the interest is being rolled over with the principal sum at
the end of each year.

With the state of the Fund, no family member has come for the claim,
According to Nigerian Laws, at the expiration of 25years, the money
will revert to the Ownership of the Nigerian Government if nobody
applies to claim the funds.


Consequently, my proposal is that I will like you as a foreigner to
stand in as a Next of kin of Late Williams J. Stone this is simple.
All I require is your honest and co-operation to enable us see this
deal through. I guarantee that this will be executed under a
legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the
law. I will want you to send to me on your return email the following
information for the transfer in your favor.


1. Your full names as the Beneficiary of the Fund.

2. Your contact address.

3. Your private phone and fax numbers.


Let’s consider that our ratio of sharing will be as stated Thus; 1. I
as the Originator of the Fund will take 50% of the transferable Fund.
2. You as the Manager of the Fund will take 50% of the transferable
Fund. Most importantly, CONFIDENTIALITY as what I saw as the life wire
to the success of the transfer of this Fund must have to be emulated
between you and me. You have to use this media to promise me that you
will not in anyway expose the content of this transaction to anybody
be it your Friends, Colleagues and Co-Workers. I will also want you to
send your reply to this email <hj4946000@gmail.com  > as soon as you
get this mail to enable us discuss on the modalities and processes for
success of this transaction.


Thanks for your Anticipated cooperation and understanding.

I wait for your kind response.

Thanks And Remain blessed.
Henry James.

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