That's the moderator speaking to me, Eric. I have just spent two days on the angry bench for going off-topic too much.
She can ask all she want's but whoever it is they won't get it. Or the money! :-)
In fact this is just a variation of the wellknown 419-scams or Nigerian scams; you know, where somebody finds 30.000.000 Dollars in grandfather's shed in a poor African country and this has to go out of the country and if you would be so kind to let them use your bank a/c, you will get 10% of this sum. Of course, the first thing that happens is that your a/c gets emptied out if you give the details. Or a charge needs to be paid for a "lawyer" in order to process some "formalities". And it's that money they are usually after, because they know that after wide coverage nobody will be that eager to give their bank details that quick (however, you would be surprised how many ppl still fall for it). Never understood though how they can do that with just your account number, but they apparently can. Best thing is to ignore it or, if you want to have some fun with it, lead those scammers on, of course without giving them any money. Because, after all, think about it: somebody you don't know, gets your email and offers you millions of Dollars. It never happens, does it? ;)
Have a look what I did with one of those many scammers that approach me all the time. Mind you, these guys get their addresses from guestbooks and fora, so be wary to leave your real email address behind on these kinda things. Here is the link:
Hope you enjoy it, maybe you should do the same with this scammer :)
M-G (sometimes has his bright moments)