Way to Millionaire


Monday, March 27, 2017


Way to Millionaire








From: The Desk of ERIK GUNNAR
email: erikgunnar402@yahoo.com
FAX: 0044-8452992881


Ms. Akira Kato
1100-2010 Robson Steet
Vancouver, BC V6G4K7




Dear Akira,

I write to you in good faith and trust that you will take a moment to consider the contents of this letter.
In 2006, a Canadian man by the name of David Kato opened a high interest account with a local bank in UK.
Investments made on his behalf by the Bank saw Mr. Kato’s portfolio (initially valued at 4.8 million USD) increase by 300,000 thousand USD to 5.1 million USD by the end of the financial year.

In 2008 before the world financial crisis, the Bank received instructions to liquidate and transfer by cash, the principle (4.8 million USD) to Canada, where it was understood Mr. Kato intended to invest the money.
Arrangements were made for Mr. Kato to come into the bank and confirm the instruction but unfortunately, he never came, that was the last heard of Mr. Kato.
In 2012 when bank’s investigation revealed that Mr. Kato suffered a calamitous death.

The investigation also revealed that he died intestate.
All attempts to identify any living relatives—however distant—have yielded no results.
Mr. Kato would seem to have had no living relatives.
Having read the letter this far, two questions, no doubt, spring to your mind; firstly, what is my involvement in this and why have I contacted you?
The answer to your first question is quite simple.
My knowledge and involvement in this matter stem from the fact that I am employed by Bank as a Business Relations Manager.
It is on this basis that I decided to contact you.

I propose to make you the beneficiary of Mr. Kato’s estate with a view to you and I splitting the proceeds.
As outlandish as this might seem, I sincerely believe this venture is both plausible and achievable.
I will submit your details to my Bank as Mr. Kato’s relative.
Verifying your identity with information supplied by me then becomes a routine matter and once satisfied that you are who I say you are, the Bank will then instruct the Central Bank to make the funds in Mr. Kato’s account payable to you.
No eyebrows will be raised since you are a Canadian resident and have the same last name with the deceased.

Here in UK, the alternative is a simple one; when the funds remain unclaimed they eventually revert back to the state which will happen by the end of financial year of 2017.
In contacting you, I have explosed myself and I can only hope that by so doing, I have not compromised my livelihood and welfare of my wife and children.

I hope you will consider the facts as contained in this letter and make the decision to contact me in order to take this delicate matter forward.




Diane, I’ve received the above letter.


Yes, I realize that, but something is fishy.

What do you mean?

First of all, Erik thinks you’re a woman.

I know… Most people living in North America quite often consider my Japanese first name to be feminine… That’s why I insist that my Canadian name is Kato Akira Kaato.

Kato, do you really think you’ll become a millionaire?

Yes, I do… Once I reply to the above letter, I’ll be able to receive more than one million USD… That’s what it says.

Do you really believe that?

Yes… Why not?

Don’t be an easy prey, Kato.

What do you mean by that?

Have you ever heard of a Nigerian letter scam?

Nigerian letter scam



Nigerian letter scam or an advance-fee scam is a type of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick.
The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.
If a victim makes the payment, the fraudster either invents a series of further fees for the victim, or simply disappears.

There are many variations on this type of scam, including the 419 scam, the Spanish Prisoner scam, the black money scam and the Detroit-Buffalo scam.
The scam has been used with fax and traditional mail, and is now prevalent in online communications like emails.

Online versions of the scam originate primarily in the United States, the United Kingdom and Nigeria, with Ivory Coast, Togo, South Africa, Benin, the Netherlands, and Spain also having high incidences of such fraud.
The scam messages often claim to originate in Nigeria, but usually this is not true.

The number “419” refers to the section of the Nigerian Criminal Code dealing with fraud, the charges and penalties for offenders.



SOURCE: “Advance-fee scam”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

If you reply to the above letter, Erik will ask you for an up-front payment—probably, a couple of thousand dollars—to obtain 5.1 million USD specified in the above letter.

No kidding! How come you’re so sure about that?

That’s the way the fraudster makes some money… Look at the above video clip.

I don’t believe it.

To be on the safe side, I’ll show you another video.


You see, Kato, there are so many victims out there… If you’re greedy, you’ll become an easy prey for the fraudster.

What if the above letter is a genuine offer?

I’ll tell you, Kato, it is a letter for an advance-fee scam.

How come you’re so sure about it.

Firstly, Erik writes as follows:



I will submit your details to my Bank as Mr. Kato’s relative.

Verifying your identity with information supplied by me then becomes a routine matter and once satisfied that you are who I say you are, the Bank will then instruct the Central Bank to make the funds in Mr. Kato’s account payable to you.

Erik is stupid enough to consider you as a female. The executive of the Central Bank is NOT that stupid and find out that you’re a man. He will never release the fund to you.

What if I disguise myself as a female?



Don’t be ridiculous… You’ll never be able to fool the executive of the Central Bank.

Then I’ll ask you to take the money for me.

I don’t want to get involved in this scam… Secondly, how many persons named “Kato” are living in Canada?

Probably, quite a few.

Look at the following search result:



“Search now!”

Wow! 11,900,000 … I can hardly believe that.

Anyway, Erik must have sent the same contents to many people whose family name is “Kato.”

No kidding!

By now, Erik might have been arrested… I searched the news for you:



“Search now!”

Gee… There are 196 results.

Erik Gunnar must be dealt in one of the above news.

I’ve cheked the above articles briefy one by one, but Erik Gunnar of UK hasn’t shown up in any article.

Well… Believe me, Kato… He will… He will appear in the near future.


【Himiko’s Monologue】


Well…, do you want to become a millionaire?

You see, money is only means to achieve your life goal—NOT definitely an end itself.

You believe ot not, some millionaires end up with their miserable death.

Think about it.

By the way, you certainly know about this famous billionaire.

What do you think about the Trump administration?

Can you see many happy and bright aspects of his policies?

Thousands gathered near the White house in response to US President Donald Trump’s immigration ban against nationals from seven countries where Muslims make up the majority of the population.

It marked the second consecutive weekend protest organized against Trump’s policies.

Here is five Nostradamus Predictions for 2017, in which you might be interested:


However, I really hope that 2017 will be a happy year.

In any case, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …



If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:



“Happy New Year”

“Merange & Sabina”

“Beauty in Spa”

“Love @ e-reading”

“Troublesome Slang”


“World Family”

“Mari’s Bagels”

“Love & Loyalty”

“Another Cinderella”

“Amazing Two-legged Pooch”

“Delusive Romance”

“Royal Couple”

“Life with Music”



“Glorious Summer”

“Biker Babe & Granny”

“Genetically Modified”



“Yellow Ball”

“Welcome Back”

“Forbidden Love”

“Merry X’Mas”

“Heaven with Mochi”

“Travel Expense Scandal”




“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver



Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival


Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!

Life or Death



Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


『Actual List』


Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.



The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.









『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』