Email Scam Examples: Henry Wilson – Funds to the Bank Treasury Account Scam

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Funds to the Bank Treasury Account

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Henry Wilson

Funds to the Bank Treasury Account


reply-to:Henry Wilson <>
date:Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 2:06 PM

First Letter:


Funds to the Bank Treasury Account

Funds to the Bank Treasury Account

Second Letter:


Dear  A… A…,

Greetings and thanks for your response.

I would like to thank you for your response and also plead you for your assistance to achieve the aim and objective of successfully reclaim the deposit funds.

The account in question belongs to Late Engineer: Arun Kumar Matabadal, he was our  customer/friend before he met his untimely death. His account has been dormant since then and nobody has come forward for the claims of his fund left or identification to the deceased customers funds. It was after our auditing that I made inquiry and found out he has no relation anymore after his supposed next of kin or relation his wife (Elizabeth Matabadal) and two children including his lawyer Barrister  Larry Williams all died the same day. For success to be achieved in this claim, it is essential that you adhere to my instructions and guidance religiously so that we can jointly reclaim the deposit funds and utilize it in a way that will be of immense benefit to the poor and less privileges in our both nations.

I don’t want the bank to transfer these funds to the bank treasury account as unclaimed funds that’s why we need to do everything fast to enable us get these funds claim. As soon as your information is forwarded to the bank, they will release these funds to you as the next of kin or relation to the deceased for safety and subsequent of this disbursement since nobody have come for the funds, like I said before, I do not want this money to go into the bank treasury account as unclaimed funds because the bank law and guide line here stipulated that if such money remained unclaimed after four years, the money will be transferred into the bank treasury account as unclaimed funds.

The full details on how the deposit funds would be utilized when we must have successfully reclaimed it from the bank, for better understanding and agreement between us. 10% of the total inheritance funds shall be used to establish a charity foundation or children’s hospital with his name, over there in your country and a branch here in Togo, for his remembrance. You will be rewarded generously for your assistance to me in this claim with 50% of the total deposit funds, the remaining 40% shall go to  my family and good business investment in your country. At this juncture, I would want you to understand that provided you can stand as the next of kin to our deceased customer coupled with the secret deposit certificate information which I have with me, nothing else can prevent us to claim out the funds from his bank where it is deposited. Please this deal need to be confidential, until these funds release and transfer to your bank account. Always write me at this email: (

As soon as I receive your next message, I will then direct you more and also forward a release application form that you will need to fill and send to the bank for the claim which will enable the bank to reach you for an approval before transferring the funds to any of your bank account which you will provide to receive these funds.

Here is my telephone number: +228-92642199, you can call me anytime you want if you want to discuss anything with me.

I will also like to know all these,
Your full name:…………..
Your age:…………..
Your telephone number………………….
Your occupation and your marital status………………..

My regards to you and your family,

Mr. Henry Wilson.

Funds to the Bank Treasury Account Scam

Funds to the Bank Treasury Account Scam


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