Scam Tip Report #96177 - Details of Proposal

Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Somewhere in United States
2019-06-17 10:07:55
Nigerian/419 Scam
Details of Proposal 
Sir Dave Ramsden
Email Address:
44 (0) 754 327 8129
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Date: 25/2/2019

Dear ,

This email will serve to provide details and instructions of my offer as mentioned in my earlier communication to you, and also the sender of the previous e-mail is my secretary. I crave your indulgence in this matter by first trying to read in detail how I came about this situation. My email is unnecessary lengthy, that is why I have to scan and send it via PDF attachment but do not be discourage as I need you to read all of it for better understanding of the situation.

Please be at liberty to ask me if there is any aspect of this transaction that is not clear to you, so I can clarify you.

Please see attachment.

Cordial Regards,
Sir David Ramsden

Bank of England,
Threadneedle St,
London, EC2R 8AH,
United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 (0) 754 327 8129

Date: 25/2/2019

Dear ,

Thank you very much for your reply. I am writing to you based on
trust and confidentiality attached to this transaction. In the
meantime, let me give you further details on the proposal and I
crave your indulgence in this matter by first trying to read in
details how I came about this situation. My e-mail is
unnecessary lengthy, but do not be discourage as I need you to
read all of it for better understanding. As you are aware from
my letter sent to you, I am Sir. David Edward John Ramsden,
Deputy Governor, Markets and Banking, Bank of England.

I got your contact information through public records/directory
and decided to reach you via mail. The funds £13,500,000.00
(Thirteen Million Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds
Sterling) has lingered unclaimed in my bank since 2003. I
discovered with dismay through the help of my bank attorney that
the beneficiary of the funds had a car accident in March 2003

with his wife in Germany, and in his bio-data form, he listed no
next of kin. That is to say, nonentity would ever come forward
to file for the claims. If you are familiar with private banking
affairs, those who patronize our services usually prefer
anonymity, but also some levels of detachment from conventional
processes. In the field of private banking, opening an account
with us means no one will know of its existence, account are
rarely held under a name; depositors use numbers and codes to
make the account anonymous. The bank also gives choices to
depositors of having their email sent to them or held at the
Bank itself, ensuring that there are no traces of the account
and as I said, rarely do they nominate next of kin.

In line with our internal processes for account holders who have
passed away, we instituted our own investigation in good faith
to determine who should have right to claim the estate. This
investigation has for the past months been unfruitful. We have
scanned every continent and used our private investigation
departments to get to the root of the problem. The investigation
did not ever yield any result and my official capacity dictates
that I am the only party to supervise the investigation and the
only party to receive the result of the investigation. This
leaves me as the only person with picture of what the prevailing
situation is in relation to the deposit and the late beneficiary
of the deposit.

According to practice, the Board of Directors has mandated me to
present a Next of Kin to make claims or the funds will be
confiscated and taken to the Bureau as unclaimed by the end of
the year. I was given an ultimatum to look for a Next of Kin to
come for the claim or have the funds liquidated by the British
Government and made unserviceable in accordance with existing
British law in [ARTICLE 104B].

After preliminary efforts of search for a Next of Kin which came
to no avail, I decided to contact you. My suggestion is that I
will like to present you to my Bank as the Next of Kin to the

deceased, in order for the funds £13,500,000.00 (Thirteen
Million Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling) to
be remitted into your bank account in safe bit for the both of
us. I am prepared to share the funds with you in the region 55%;
45%. 45% will be for your assistance and through my very
efficient legal team. I know you may not be anyway related to
the deceased but there is a possibility that the fund will be
released to you. I guarantee that if you are willing and
interested, I will put all in place in accordance with the Law
to legally present you as the Next of Kin and true beneficiary.

What I am proposing might smack of unethical practice but I want
you to understand something. It is only an outsider to the
banking world who finds the internal politics of the banking
world aberrational. The world of private banking especially is
fraught with huge rewards for those who occupy certain offices
and oversees certain portfolio. I would have gone ahead to ask
the funds be released to me directly, but that would have drawn
a straight line to me and my involvement in claiming the

This transaction is 100% risk free as I have worked all out to
complete the operation effectively. It shall pass through all
laws of International Banking. Having resolved to entrust this
transaction into your hands, I want to inform you that it needs
your total commitment and diligent follow up. If you put in your
entirety interest and adhere to every instruction appropriately,
the transaction will be finalized in a fundamental conduct
within few days.

Read the followings and get back to me:

I have to be extremely careful with whom I am dealing with
because this project is highly capital intensive. All I need is
your total devotion, co-operation and trust to see this through.
I know we have not met before, but I am very confident that we

will be able to establish the necessary trust we need to execute
this project.

Note: I am in contact with a local bank here in England; I now
intend that you open an offshore account in your name with this
Bank as stated by the inheritance board. The money would be
transferred into this offshore account temporarily once approved
for released; after-which, you will now transfer the funds
yourself from the account on-line into your local bank account
in your country successfully.

If you find yourself able to work with me with a positive
signal, I will initial this process towards a conclusion, by
first appointing a legal representative on your behalf to
process the entire documentations. But before then, I would need
you to provide me the following items.

Upon receipt of the aforementioned, I shall provide you with all
relevant information’s step by step.

My official lines are not secure lines as they are periodically
monitored to assess our level of customer care in line with our
Total Quality Management Policy hence, all communications from
you should be through my private line and email stated above.
Please observe this instruction religiously. Please, again, note
I am a family man; I have a wife and children. I send you this
mail not without a measure of fear as to what the consequences,
but I know within me that nothing ventured is nothing gained and
that success and riches never come easy or on a platter of gold.
This is the one truth I have learned from my private banking
clients. Do not betray my confidence. If we can be of one

accord, send me your response on this email immediately to
enable us commence

Attached to this email is my identity card and passport copy for
your reference. Please keep it safe and ensure everything about
this project is kept strictly confidential.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Cordial Regards,
Sir Dave Ramsden
Deputy Governor,
Markets and Banking, Bank of England.

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