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  11. From: "Alien" <>
  12. To: "Adams, Ray" <>
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  14. Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 16:04:39 +0200
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  28. From: Alien <>
  29. To: Adams, Ray
  30. Date: 2/16/2000 1:04:40 AM
  31. Subject: RE:
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  33. `` Hi Ray
  34. Thanks for the quick responce.
  35. I am not too happy with Barclay's customer service. For this bank, obviously, 'as soon as possible' means 'sometime next month'... The offshore banks are much quicker.
  36. As about my lady - I am in serious doubt... I wouldn't like it if I have to leave her alone (soon she'll be in the 7-th month of her pregnancy) but considering her condition I doubt that I can take her with me... Also, it could be difficult for her to enter the UK - as far as I know there's some regulation about pregnant women.
  37. I am dealing with numbers of different problems - the appartment, the trouble with my credit cards, the pregnancy of my lady... I am constantly busy! I need to take a breath...
  38. In this aspect the visit to UK could be very nice 'vacation' :-)
  39. Hope to see you soon. I love the English beer!!!
  40. Your
  41. Plamen
  44. -----Original Message-----
  45. From: Adams, Ray []
  46. Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2000 1:07 PM
  47. To: ''
  48. Subject: RE:
  51. Hi Plamen
  52. Thanks for the comments on Angeloff.
  53. I opened the letter. I know that you trust me but I did not want to take the initiative to open the letter without you saying so.
  54. The letter states that in the next few days a second letter will arrive that will contain your 'Online Banking Membership Number'. This second letter has not yet arrived. As soon as it arrives I will open it and send you a second E-Mail.
  56. The present letter contains a PASSWOPRD it is in numbers. It is:
  57. 6 9 7 4 5
  58. The letter continues that if the Membership Number is not received within the next seven days that you should call the Online Banking Helpline on 0845 600 23 23.
  59. We should wait a couple of more days and if it does not arrive you can call the number yourself.
  60. I hope things are well with you. I have not heard back from the Embassy yet. I will let you know the progress. Hope to be having a beer with you soon. I leave it for you to decide if you want to bring your lady. I believe she will also need a visa. I will speak to the company lawyer about it.
  61. Best of wishes.
  62. Ray
  63. -----Original Message-----
  64. From: Alien []
  65. Sent: 14 February 2000 18:53
  66. To: Adams, Ray
  67. Subject: RE:
  69. Hi Ray,
  71. I'm very happy to hear you again...
  72. I trust you completely. Please, open the envelope and send me the access codes via e-mail as soon as possible. It is URGENT. Thanks in advance.
  73. Zvi is coming here at 16-th (Wednesday).
  74. We (me and Vesco) will meet him at the airport.
  75. I've never heard of this person (Angeloff) and that's the first time I see his name written in e-mail from you. Probably you've sent an e-mail to Vesco, not to me. What is the case? In what context we should be interested in this person? The domain of the e-mail address is the second mobile telephone service provider in Bulgaria. I guess, it would not be difficult to get his address, phone numbers etc. As far as I remember, the "MOBIKOM" company has a significant UK share holder. (I don't remember the name) Also, it's executive director is an UK citizen.
  76. Check it - it could be easier for you to get the info.
  77. Your
  78. Plamen
  80. p.s. Happy St. Valantine's day. Wish you luck and happiness...
  81. -----Original Message-----
  82. From: Adams, Ray []
  83. Sent: Monday, February 14, 2000 5:29 PM
  84. To: 'Plamen'
  85. Subject:
  88. A letter with a sealed envelope from Barclays Bank has arrived at my house - addressed to you.
  89. I guess it is some sort of password for your on line account.
  90. As it is a secret what do you want me to do with it,
  91. Ray
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