||From: Peter Goldstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 2015-06-24 14:50 GMT+02:00
Subject: To present you as the next of kin, get back
To: Recipients <email@example.com>
I am Peter Goldstein, with Goldstein Law Firm and Real Estate
solicitors, London United Kingdom. I informed you that We have a
deceased client (Mr. Andrew) who died and left a huge estate, he bears
the same surname with you.
Since his death I have received several letters from the bank where he
deposited the fund before his death, to provide his next of kin or any
of his relatives who can make claim to the funds before the end of the
year or the bank will be left with no option than to confiscate the
fund and turn the money back to the state as it has been marked
unclaimed. I have conducted my personal search to see if I can make
contact with any of his relatives but without success, it is in the
course of my effort that I have to contact you.
I have closely checked and since you bear the same surname with my
deceased client it will be better to present you as the next of kin
and the right beneficiary of the funds in the account. I will provide
you with all the necessary legal backing that is required until this
money is paid out to you, and then we shall share it based on our
agreement. Do respond quick if you are interested or should you need
further clarification because we have no much time left.
Goldstein and Associates,
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