On Tuesday, 18 November 2014, 3:22, Mr Samnom Saruth < email@example.com > wrote:
I am Mr Samnom Saruth, It is my interest to contact you in respect
of our client from your country That opened a draft account in my
bank, It is with good spirit of heart I opened up this great
opportunity to you. This deceased client of mine shares almost the
name as yours; He died as a result of heart-related condition on
14 of November 2011. His heart condition was due to the death of all
the members of his family in the fukushima earthquake and tsunami
disaster on the March 11, 2011 in northeastern Japan where they all
lost their lives. His draft account opened in my bank before his
the amount in this account is currently US$19,526,200.00 (Nineteen
Million Five Hundred and Twenty Six Thousand Two Hundred United states
Dollars Only). I want to present you as the beneficiary of the
deceased. I will use my position and influence in our bank to make
sure they release this money to you for us to share. If I wait for
days and did not hear from you, I shall look for another person.
Kindly get back to me for more details.
Phnom Penh Commercial Bank.
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