From: Paul Negbe < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2013 7:26 PM
Subject: estate of late Mr. Bernard McGinley for our mutual benefit
I am barrister Paul Negbe, a legal practitioner, I was the personal
attorney to Late Mr. Bernard McGinley, an expatriate who was a private
entrepreneur here in my country and unfortunately lost his life in a
plane crash in September 2009 alongside his wife and only daughter.
Since then I have made several inquiries to the embassy here to locate
any of my clients relatives, this has proved unsuccessful.
I have contacted you to assist in repatriating the fund valued at
US$12.5 million left behind by my client before it gets confiscated or
declared unserviceable by the Bank where this huge amount was
deposited as stipulated under section 23, paragraph b of the banking
policy of our country. The said Bank has issued given me the sloe
mandate to locate and provide the next of kin/relatives to my
client or they will freeze his account within the next twenty-one
working day, I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin to
my deceased client , so that the funds will be released and
transferred into your account since I have been
unsuccessful in locating the relatives of my deceased client for over
I guarantee that this will be executed under legitimate arrangements
that will protect you from any breach of the law. I look forward to
your immediate response to this mail declaring your willingness to
work with me to actualize this transaction. Be rest assured that there
will be no atom of risk involved in the course of concluding this
transaction as I have the sole mandate to present the next of kin who
is automatically the benefactor of the funds involved.
Upon your acceptance to work with me, I
propose a 50%-50% sharing ratio.
Barrister Paul Negbe (SAT)
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