Thursday, June 3, 2010

Dreco- Guie Final Letter

All must end sometime

Dear Dr Smith,

As Mr Dreco's attorney I have the sad duty of informing you that Mr Dreco was taken into custody this morning charged with embezzlement. A random audit of the Dreco Institute books revealed a defalcation of $19,400 in the Kenneth Lay Defence Fund Account.

Mr Dreco strenuously denies all charges and currently resides in the St Paul county jail while bail arrangements are completed. As his lead attorney I am confident that these
false charges will be dismissed when the full story is known.

Mr Dreco specifically asked me to give you his apologies for the delay in his plans, though he would not reveal the nature of these plans to me.

If I can be of any assistance do not hesitate to ask

Algonquin J Calhoun Esq
Calhoun and Sons Attorneys

Monday, May 31, 2010

Dreco-Guie Correspondence #7

Dreco-Guie Correspondence #7
In which the South Amearican gardener is warned against, a final date is set, and Dreco ends his missive with flowery though meaningless words

May 23,2004

To: Arthur Dreco
From: Mark Guie

Dear friend,
Thanks for your sincere continued concern toward the sauces of this transaction and betterment of my family.

Note i will remain my family utmost pleasure knowing and working with you to achieve this foreseeable
future and build a long lasting future business relationship.

Too my attorney has explain to me how concern you have been and fully ready to help me out . please do bear with me for all this inconvenience which i know its not all that easy and please whatever you can do to
help please help as my family has now taken you like a God sent to us. too the attorney also informed me
about your last communication with him that you may becoming here on MAY.

First like i mention to the attorney that i will suggest that we make thing more easier and speedy up the whole procedures as you know that here Election will be on the 14 June which we don't know who is will favor either the ruling party or a new government might take over power and come up with new laws that will not favor our course and in this regards i have suggested to the attorney to discuss with the bankers if it will be possible for this transaction to be executed without you coming down here as long as you send the money to enable them to carry on the project on our behalf.

So you can as well write/call and ask him if this can be possible as he said it they agree to work it out that way it will only take 2 to 3 bank working days and the money will be transfer into your bank account
through the account you will open here.

Though after my talk with the attorney today, First my dear friend you most understand that this transaction requires absolute confidentiality and secrecy couple to its nature protection of the bankers that are helping us our both interest and my family security here in south Africa. why am saying this is that my
attorney informed me that you made mention of your Gardener who is from south Africa.

Friend first you most understand that we need to keep this transaction to our self that nothing jeopardies it successfully completion and too you should know that its not all those who are called our friend are so happy when they see use getting richer more then them, as such they can go to any lent to stop us being successfully. What am saying is that you should not by any means let the man from south Africa or any other person know about this transaction first GOD IS OUR HOPE AND LIFE, but this money its my life and my family only hope .

I hope that you understand me and i look forward to meet and celebrate this foreseeable future soon.
Extend my warmest regards to you and the family. May God bless

May 27,2004

To: Mark Guie
From: Arthur Dreco

Dear Mr Guie,

I appreciate your advice about the south African gardener. Fortunatly I did not tell him too much about our transaction. AFter reading your about this, I am realizing that greed is in his face when I talk to him. Or maybe it is drinking of cough syrup.

Anyway I checked the Ken Lay Defence fund and found it is only $19,400 so I am looking for some additional resources. I will have them in two weeks. That is why June is a good time.

I considered your suggestion of just sending the money but it seems too impersonal. I have heard so much about your family and communicated so much with you that I feel a kinship with you. I need to see you in person and meet your family.

I also want to discuss housing and investments in the US for the money you will be getting from your father's estate. I will bring some information about opportunities in my state, Minnesota. The B. Moose estate, which is 850 acres, including a squirrel park is available in Frostbite Falls for only $237,000. If you are interested in a business I know of a powder milk biscuit factory that can be purchased cheaply in Lake Wobegon.

I have renewed my passport and have made reservations to come on Thursday June 6th. Can you recommend a place to stay?

I look forwarding to the plasure of a personal meeting soon. Until then may the lengthening shadows bring eagles to your forcepts.

Best regards
Arthur Dreco

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Dreco-Guei Correspondence Part 6

Dreco Guei Correspondence Part 6

In which Dr Smith Clerk, Guie's attorney rejects the South African gardener idea and resists Karl Malden's Travellers Checks advice.

May 18, 2004

ATTN Mr. Arthur Dreco



This is to acknowledge the receipt of your mail with thanks and i also want to thanks for the sincereness and full assistance/help your giving to Mr Guie family. But first i want to let you know this this transaction is strictly confidential and this most be maintain to see it to a successfully completion as you most understand that this all Mr Guie family has and put their family hope on.

Why am saying this is that its not that your ideas and view of coming with a south Africa citizen is a problem as that would have been better if possible .but this will not help matter as the banker who are helping us advice ,But rather will raise eye brown and create many question which will not help matter as such it might jeopardize out Chance an success of this transaction ,note it i do not involve a Gardner who is from south Africa as this will not go well with Mr Guie family as we discuss and they understand what it like. .

Note like i stated in my mail that this transaction as soon as your here will only take 5 to 7 bank working days and every thing will be through and the money transfer into your bank account ,So i will advice that if you have an account of that size at the Institute that was earmarked for the Kenneth Lay Defense Fund. Just borrow and let use from their and i assure you that when your here in South African after all the modalities and process /paper work the funds will be available within five days .

About carrying such amount of money in cash , Note i will advice if possible i can find/negotiate and get a bank account where you can send down the money before coming.So also this could also help matters and will make things easy for us and maybe as your here every thing will take place within few days since the money to carry all process of transfer is available at hand.

I also understand that or travelers checks and others are acceptable everywhere as Mr Karl Malden said But we have to act on the bankers instruction to avoid any jeopardy

Please feel free to contact me if you need any informed with regards to this requirement and also inform me when you will be coming down so that I can inform the bank. .

Yours Faithfully.


Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Dreco-Guie Correspondence Part 5

Dreco-Guie Correspondence Part 5
In which Guie attempts to reel in his quarry. In his second missive Guie reveals the $22,000 endgame. Dreco counters with the South African gardener gambit

May 17, 2004

From Dr Smith Clerk


I acknowledge the receipt of your mail and I Will advice that you act fast so that we can finalize this transaction soon. Also GUIE family Have informed me about your willingness to assist them and act as his representative of the next of kin to MR ROBERT R GUIE and make the Claim.

For your information I will be expecting your Question and also will be making all the necessary Inquires with regard to the fund in their bank/security office and will let you know what and what you are needed to do in order to make this claim.

Be informed that I am an attorney also in the Financial Field working here in South Africa and I quit understand the claim you concern and being from Ukranian or your resemble an African does not matter as with my position I will handle every thing to a successful completion as Mr. Guie family has been a close friend of my Family and I have agreed in principal to help out be course of his family present condition and for your information you are to come to JOHNNESSBURG SOUTH AFRICA.

Note I will be giving you all that you need to know Soon and how to make this claim as I am already working thing OUT SINCE HE INFORMED ME ABOUT YOUR CONTACT to sort out all the difficulties That we may face along the process.

You are advice also to keep me informed also if it will be possible when you will be coming down here as your presence is needed to finalize the claim. You can also call me on this my direct number 002773-433-0887 for further discussion.

Yours Faithfully


May 28, 2004




Further to my last mail and after due consultation with the bank this office wish to inform you that all the necessary needed arrangement has been normalize to proceed in the transfer of the fund into your bank
account as soon as you arrive here and according to my bankers contact the bank have verified all the information I send to them with regards to this fund deposited and it transfer and confirm it genuine,

To enable us proceed in effect this transfer as I was informed by the under this act you are required to pay to this office the sum of US$22.000,00(twenty two thousand United States dollars only)

Note the Purpose of this payment is

1 First to obtain a notable certify certificate of oath at the high court here making you allegeable to make this claim on behalf of MR GUIE FAMILY as stipulated by the new south African banking

2 For handlings charges /stamp duties commission.

3 For the opening of none residential bank account here as it’s also required. But be informed that the money for the opening of the bank account will be transferring to your bank account

Note, According to the bank instruction that this payment should be made by cash Note: Traveler’s claque/bank draft/credit cards are not acceptable. Also

Be informed that I did tried my possible best to wave this restrictions and for the bank to deduct the money or you pay when the fund is successfully transfer into your bank account, but all my effort yielded nothing

Please feel free to contact me if you need any informed with regards to this requirement and also inform me when you will be coming down so that I caninform the bank. .

Yours Faithfully.


June 7, 2004


Dear Dr Clerk,

I received your note and have some questions and concerns.

I'm a little concerned about the $22,000 required.

We have a gardener who is still a citizen of South Africa. If I bring my gardener can I get a discount on the non residential banking permit? If so how much of a discount would it be?

If not, the $22,000 would take a little while to gather. However, we do have an account of that size at the Institute that was earmarked for the Kenneth Lay Defence Fund. If you can assure me that the South African funds will be available within five days after my arrival I could temporarily borrow from that funding.

I am concerned about carrying $22,000 in cash. Why won't the bank accept a check or travelers checks? Karl Malden has assured me that travelers checks are accepted everywhere.

I could most likely come in July but I would like answers to questions before.
In any case, thank you for trying so hard with the bank

Your with affectation
Arthur Dreco

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Dreco-Guei Correspondance Part 4

Part 4
In which Arthur Dreco is advised not to use Algoquin J Calhoun, Guie reveals his location and his attorney Dr Smith Clerk. Dreco raises some identity issues.

May 1, 2004
Dear Arthur Dreco
Thanks for your mail with all the content well noted and it remain my utmost pleasure like I do say knowing and working with you to achieve this foreseeable future.
Yes all content of your mail are well noted and understood and I do understand too that we need to speedy up the whole procedures Note Presently I am in South Africa living under the united nation refugee and that is where I am asking if you can come as my attorney advice that if need be as you are representing the next of kin that your present might be needed here to finalize this transaction.
For the attorney issue I have discuss that with my attorney and he advice that since he is here .acting on our behalf that its no need for your attorney to be involve in this transaction couple with the strict Confidentiality and secrecy that is attach to it and I do reason with him my friend as you know that its not all those who are called our friend/business partners, family member are so happy when they see that we are getting richer more then them as such they can do any thing to stop us. And for now all my family hope is on that money and I do not want any thing that will jeopardize it successful completion.
I hope that you can understand me and here is my attorney contact. DR SMITH CLERK EMAIL
You can contact him on this no as I have already inform him about your contact and Please endeavor to send to me your private phone and fax number where I can easily reach with you during and after working hours. If need be. Thanks for your sincere concern and I look forward to work achieve this foreseeable future with you and to build a long lasting future business relationship.
Extend my warmest regards to you and the family
May God bless?

From Arthur Dreco
May 5, 2004
Dear Dr Clerk,

I am contacting you on behalf of helping Mr Guie collect a certain sum from certain banking interests. I trust that you know of which I speak. i understand that I need to come in person to help in this regard.
Where in South Africa should I appear? Do you know of a place to stay?

One thing that concerns me. I am representing Gen Guie's next of Kin. General Guie I must assume was African. I am of Ukranian extraction and do not in
any way resemble an African. Am I a distant relative or do I represent the relatives in some mannner?

Please to let me know

Arthur Dreco

Monday, May 24, 2010

Dreco -Guie correspondance Part 3

Episode 3
In which Guie introduces his attorney, DR SMITH CLERK, and Dreco counters with his attorney, Algonquin J. Calhoun

April 27, 2004

Dear Arthur Dreco,
Thanks for your responce and great concern and i want to ensure you that all is well with me and my family and we realy appreciet your concern as it remain our utmost pleasure knowing you and building up a future longlasting business relationship with.

Morse all all content in your mail are well noted and understood and i will you to understand that time metter and it does not wait for any person. so we need to speedy up all proceedurs.

Note the agreement i am talking about is that which will protect you and my interest with regards to this transaction and the share of the money as soon as it arrive in your bank account which will be prepered by my attorney also i wnat to know if it will be possible
for your to come down over here like i stated in my lats mail that the attorney advice since you are representing as the next of kin that it would be wise if you can come here to finalze this transaction please indicate

Note i an fully ready to work with you in all asign and i will need your to contact my attorney urgent as to proceed for he is fully incharge of all the proccess and proceedurs of transfer and also expecting to see you online for futher talk hotmail msm or call

I want understand that this transaction is lagel and its 100% RISK FREE OF ANY PROBE. and it will interest you to know that. it requries absolute confidenciality and secrecy for it successfull completion. But for security purpose and in view of this i will want you to contact my chairman of the commission incharge of the bank where the money is deposited as he is incharge of all proceedurs.

DIRECT LINE 002773-221-7612

Please inform him that you are calling on behalf of the fund as You are representing the next of kin therefore acting on my family behalf ,also i have already informed him about your contact and try to get back to me as soon as you contect him and As we proceed all the documents if need be shall be sent to you to authenticate this claim and its proceedurs

Please bear with meido sincerely apologise for any inconvinence this may or will cost you as i look forward to build a long lasting business relationship with you and meet and celebrate with you soonext and i anxiously await to hear from you.

My sincere regards to you and God blessing
April 29,2004

Dr Mr Guei
I am interested in sppeeding up our arrangement also, but I have some question. Where are you that I need to come to? What countryi?

YOu mentioned your attorney Dr Smith Clerk. I have an attorney, Algonquin J Calhoun. Shold I have my attorney contact Dr Clerk or should I contact him

With wholesome wishes