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This Scam appears to originate from Malaysia. It seemed that others are
joining the Nigerians in 419 scams.

By the way, the rich Chinese in
Malaysia have “A Lot of Children, Relatives, and Friends”. So this is
indeed a stupid scam from Malaysia. The biggest joke is that the reader
who reported this is not even a Chinese.

If they really want to distribute their wealth, they normally donate the money DIRECTLY to schools, charity organisations, etc.

Please see 419 Scam.

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From: “BARR. MUSTAFYOUSFA YOUSF” <test@mail.ntpu.edu.tw>

Sent: Monday, May 18, 2009 4:07 PM

To: “undisclosed-recipients:”

Subject: NEXT OF KIN TO LATE ENG. TAN SRI LIM GOH TONG’S ESTATE


MUSTAFA YOUSF LAW CHAMBERS

LEGAL SOLICITORS/PRIVATE

LAW 11 SRI MUDA KUALA  LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.

DIRECT LINE: +60 133 424 682


On behalf of the Trustees and Executor of the estate of Late Engr. TAN
SRI LIM GOH TONG. I once again try to notify you as my earlier letter
was returned undelivered, I hereby attempt to reach you again by this
same email address on the WILL, I wish to notify you that late Engr.
TAN SRI LIM GOH TONG made you a beneficiary to his WILL, He left the
sum Fourteen Million and One Hundred Thousand United States Dollars
($14,100,000.00 USD) to you in the Codicil and last testament to his
WILL. This may sound strange and unbelievable to you but it is real and
true. Being a widely traveled man, he must have been in contact with
you in the past or were simply nominated to him by one of his numerous
friends abroad who wished you good, see the information of other
donation from Late Engr. TAN SRI LIM GOH TONG: http://iltcmalaysia.blogspot.com/2008/04/sunday-april-6-2008-genting-highlands.html


Engr. TAN SRI LIM GOH TONG until his death he was a member of the
Helicopter Society and the Institute of Electronic & Electrical
Engineers, he was also an International Businessman and a Gold
Merchant. He was a very dedicated Christian who loved to give out. His
great philanthropy earned him numerous awards during his life time.
Late Engr. TAN SRI LIM GOH TONG died on the 23rd October 2007 and his
WILL is now ready for execution,  According to him 20% of this money is
to support your humanitarian activities and to help the poor and the
needy in your society.


Please if I reach you as I am hopeful, endeavour to get back to me as
soon as possible to enable me conclude this task and I am particularly
interested in securing this money from the Bank because they have
issued a notice instructing us to produce the beneficiary of this Will
within two weeks which happens to be you or else the money will be
credited to the Government treasury as per law here.


Please if you receive this email, I want you to urgently confirm your particulars as mentioned below:


1. Full Name

2. Address

3. Age And Sex

5. Directline

6. Office Telephone

7. Cell Phone

8. Occupation

9. Marital Status

10. Nationality.


The above informations will help me obtain all the approval from high
court here in Kuala Lumpur to start the onward processing of your fund
release to your nominated bank account in your Country immediately and
I will get back to you as soon as I get the necessary approval
documents from the high court, these will take one to two working days
of receiving your reply and probably it will be ready tomorrow if i
receive your reply today as i assured you that this transaction is
succesfully going to be executed under a legitimate arrangement that
will protect us from any possible breach of the law while i promised to
work with you with the good name of my Office and the Authority vested
on me by the Malaysian Government


I await your prompt response.


Yours Cordially,

Barr. Yousf Mustafa Esq (SAM)

Notary Public Solicitor And Senior Advocate Of Malaysia

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Notaries or “Notaries Public” are qualified members of the legal
profession appointed and regulated by the Court of Faculties under Acts
of Parliament of 1533, 1801 and 1843 and the Courts and Legal Services
Act 1990.

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