Von: Johannes B Magwaza [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 9. Januar 2011 18:42
Betreff: Miss Young
Complement of the day to you, I am working with a South African Financial
Institution, I apologize for reaching you in this manner, it may seem
unethical, with a matter of great importance. I am Account/Portfolio Manager
to Mr. A. C. Young, who was a client here in the institution where I work.
About three years ago, he was involved in a fatal accident and died.
We have tried on several occasions over these years to find a surviving next
of kin or relative but it was unsuccessful. I decided to make an independent
search with the last name to locate any possible member of his family to
help repatriate $11.8 Million U.S. Dollars (Eleven Million,Eight Hundred
Thousand U.S. Dollars) deposited in our institution before it is declared
unserviceable or taken over by the government. The Institution has already
notified me, as portfolio manager to the deceased on this matter, and also
given me a deadline.
I have been unable to find a next of kin; therefore I am contacting you as a
possible next of kin, because you both share the same last name, to assist
repatriate this funds, by presenting you as next of kin before it gets
confiscated by the government. We stand to gain a lot. I have all the
necessary information, legal documents and the official capability within
the institution needed to back you up for claim and to make this a success.
All I need from you is an understanding between us on confidentiality and
total commitment to make this a success and all will be done legally to
protect all of us involved, from any breach of law. Do kindly send your
contact telephone number and I will call you to discuss further.
Mr Johannes B. Magwaza
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