Mr. David Humphreys from the NatWest Bank about GBP 15.7m

Subject: From David Humphreys
From:   Mr. David Humphreys <cupid@yukidaruma.or.jp>
Date:   2018-04-16
To:    
Reply-To:   humphreysdave@aol.com

From David Humphreys,
Cellphone: +447042044455

I request your kind attention and understanding regarding my aim of e-mailing you today, my name is Mr. David Humphreys, Senior Relationship Manager at NatWest Bank. I ask your consideration to this transaction with utmost confidentiality. Being a top executive at the Bank, I discovered a numbered account with a credit balance of GBP 15,700,000 .00 (Fifteen Million, Seven Hundred Thousand British Pounds Sterling) which belongs to one of our deceased customers (Eric Vandercar) an American Millionaire, who unfortunately died in Valhalla train crash New York February 2015. Due to my position at the bank, I have at my disposal all the necessary details to claim these funds without any hitch. I only need your assistance as a foreigner to assume the beneficiary, since my position as a civil servant and the bank official does not permit me or my relatives to make this claim. So, I need you to stand as the “Foreign Beneficiary”, and I assure you of a perfect transfer strategy in your name legally to avoid any suspic

You are entitled to 40% of the entire sum for your efforts in this great deal, upon your consideration of my proposal, I request (Your full name, Contact address and your direct telephone/fax number) to enable me re-profile the fund in your name as the beneficiary, for bank approvals and fund transfers to your nominated bank accounts. Also considering the level of discretion required for success of this project, i request your reply to my private email: humphreysdave@aol.com and feel free to call me on my cellphone number above for clear details.

Thanking you in anticipation of your immediate reply.

Kind regards,

Mr. David Humphreys,
Senior Relationship Manager,
NatWest Bank London


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