I believe that my letter will meet you today in perfect health; I am
David Blair, NatWest Bank Senior Private Banking Manager in United
I have decided to seek your confidential co-operation in the execution of
this transaction for both of us mutual benefit. During the auditing of
private accounts in Natwest Bank, I noticed a bank account that holds GBP
£26.400.000 (Twenty Six Million Four Hundred Thousand British Pounds
Sterling) which has not been operated for more than 10 years now.
After my verification, I understood that the account belongs to our
deceased customer Charles Falkenberg who was a victim of an air crash in 2001. He
left no specific heir to these funds, so I took the courage to seek
your consent to present you as the next of kin so that the value of this
account will be released to you as the beneficiary.
All I request of you, is your utmost sincere co-operation and maximum
confidentiality to conclude this transaction successfully. I have carefully
outlined the modalities for execution of this transaction in a lawful manner
to protect us from any breach of the law both in your country and here in
England during and after the fund transfer to your bank account.
Upon your consideration and acceptance of this offer, please forward
to me immediately; Your Full Name, Contact Address and Telephone numbers
to enable me enter your information into Natwest bank database as the named
next of kin/ heir beneficiary of these funds and I will guide you until the
funds is disbursed to you, which will be shared between me and you in the
percentage ratio of 60:40 respectively.
Thanks in anticipation of your urgent response.
Senior Private Banking Manager
NatWest Bank Plc.