||From: "Jean Lawson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 10:29 AM
Subject: Urgent Request From Jean
> Good Day,
> I am Barrister Jean Lawson, an Attorney at Law, a national of Togo-Lome,
> practicing in The Netherlands. I am writing to notify you of the unclaimed
> inheritance deposit of our late client, Engineer Christian Eich of
> Germany, who unfortunately lost his life on July 31, 2000 in the Airline
> Flight AF4590 crash.
> During my search for the relatives and next of kin to the deceased, I got
> your email address through a web search engine in my quest to get a
> reliable individual who shall work with me in claiming this inheritance
> deposit of Eighteen Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars
> (US$18.500.000.00), since all efforts to get the biological relative has
> proved abortive.
> Under a clear and legitimate agreement with you, I now seek your
> permission to have you stand as a next of kin to my deceased client, as
> all documentations will be carefully worked out by me for the funds to be
> released to you. I don't want the money to go into the Bank treasury as an
> abandoned fund, so this is the reason why I contacted you to work with me
> as a team and pull out this fund under the legitimacy as the heir apparent
> of Late Engineer Christian Eich.
> By presenting you as the next of kin to the deceased. You will be entitled
> to 30% of the total sum for your assistance and 70% for me to invest in
> your country. This transaction is very confidential and 100% risk free and
> shall be executed under legitimate and legal procedures that will protect
> you from any breach of the Law.
> If my proposal interests you, Please get back to me through my private
> email address: (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (email@example.com) with your full
> Names, Address, Telephone and Fax numbers, Age, Occupation and Country of
> Origin, for more information on the procedure and legality of this claim.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Jean Lawson (esq)
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