Thursday, June 26, 2008

Billy the Brit is giving away £19 mil

Mr Johnson Billy ( says:


I am Mr. Johnson Billy the head of accounting department at the NATWEST

BANK PLC UK. I am writing this letter to solicit for support and
assistance from

you to carry out this business opportunity in my bank.

Lying in an inactive account is the sum of (£19,000,000.00 pounds) nineteen

million pounds belonging to a foreign customer (Hammond Paul) who was a

gas consultant here in UK, who happens to be deceased during a

business trip. He died with his wife (Hammond Joan) on board the Swissair

Flight 111, which crashed into the Atlantic off Nova Scotia in September

2nd 1998. The news of this crash was on the news, which we have notified

his relatives to no avail. See links below for more detail information:

Ever since he died the bank has been expecting his next of kin to come and

claim these funds. To this effect, we cannot release the money unless

someone applies for it as next of kin, as indicated in our banking

guideline. Unfortunately he has no family member in UK or Over-sea who are

aware of the existence of the money (as he was a gas consultant. At this

juncture I have decided to do business with you, to this effect I solicit

your assistance in applying as the next of kin to the bank then the money

will be released to you, as I do not want this money to go into the bank

treasury as an unclaimed bill, because the banking law and guideline

stipulates that if such money remains unclaimed for a period of up to

(15yrs), the money will be transferred into the banks treasury as an

unclaimed bill. My request for a foreigner as next of kin is occasioned

by the fact that the customer was a foreigner and a UK citizen

cannot stand as next of kin. 40% of the money will be your share as a

foreign partner and your assistance to actualize this business, 5% for

any expenses incurred. The rafter I will visit your country with your

help once the money hits your account for disbursement according to the

percentage indicated. To affect the immediate transfer of the fund to you

as agreed, you must apply first to the bank as the next of kin to the

deceased, and then we will follow up all formalities for the transaction.

Upon receipt of your reply, I will send to you, the text of the

application you are to send to the bank, and further clarify you in other

issues as to affect this business. Wait to hear from you urgently.

best Regards

Mr. Johnson Billy
Abbey Street Gardens Thames Valley Corporate Banking RG1 3BA

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