||From: "Fang Yong" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2011 7:44 AM
> From: Fang Yong
> I helped a customer purchase security bonds in the capital market. The
> customer died unexpectedly before leaving any instruction as to whom the
> estate should go to should anything happen to him. Been the one that
> handled his financial affair for the last 8 Years, the private firm where
> the funds is presently held is simply waiting for me to provide details of
> the next of kin.
> Most private banking clients prefer using codes or numbers in the stead of
> names to keep their investment /banking account anonymous. This bank also
> gives the choice to depositors and investors the choice of having their
> mail sent to them at any address they indicate or held at the bank itself
> ensuring that there are no traces of the accounts or investment, in this
> particular case no address was indicated. Private banking clients apart
> from not nominating next of kin also usually in most cases leave wills in
> our care, in this case; he died in testate.
> My proposal is this; if we have understanding I am in the position to
> instruct the firm to release the deposit to you as the closest surviving
> relation. The sum involve is US$27,300,000.00,
> Please use my private email account to Contact me if the proposal is of
> interest to you.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Yours Sincerely,
> Fang Yong
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