||In a message dated 3/7/2015 8:08:45
A.M. Pacific Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
This message will be the Last Notification I will send to you as my
earlier letters to you through Post Office was returned undelivered.
Hence I decided to reach you via email hence this information needs
urgent attention of yours. I'm contacting you because you bear the same
surname with just like our deceased client who died in 2003. And for the
past few bank working days till date the management of our bank has
issued me a notice to provide an immediate or extended next of kin to
the deceased or have the Escrow Call Account confiscated within the next
14 banking days. I am the Telex Department Manager of my bank and also
the personal account officer to the deceased. I will be disappointed if
the labor of my deceased client is confiscated. So kindly get back to me
with your full contact information such as: Your Names, Mailing Address,
Telephone and Mobile Phone numbers respectively for appraisal.
You may be receiving similar mail but I can bet you
that this issue has nothing to do with any fraud. I have proofs to show
for this issue. I only your partnership and participation to champion
this transaction. Even if you don't want to have the funds wire
transferred into your bank account, trust me as the Telex Department
Manager of our bank branch, I can arrange for the entire funds to be
delivered to your doorstep in cash, how about that?
My position makes
it alot easier for me to write off any abandoned funds and channel the
funds to any undisclosed point but with legal paperwork to back up the
transaction. Therefore, this is where you come in and stand in as the
bonafide benrficiary to this account which I shall present every back up
documents on your behalf. In doing so, I shall need your full contact
details to enable me feed into our bank database system which I shall
back date to suit the claims and further movement of this funds to any
safe bank account of your choice.
I look forward to resding from
your immediate response.
How are you doing today and I do hope you are doing wonderfully great. And once again I bring to your notification about our unfinished transaction and will like to know if you remembered and can we now possibly complete and conclude the funds claims for further transfer to your bank accoubt with Fidelity Mortgage Bank.
Let me know soonest hence the funds processing for onward transfer has received a boost as I have consulted with a financial consultant who will handle the further transfer through London- UK.
Once I read from your immediate response I will elaborate on the way forward to a successful completion of this funds wire claims to your bank account in Texas-USA.
Manfred Ketuh < firstname.lastname@example.org
September 19, 2018 at 10:31:14 AM CDT
Subject: Re: Hello
Are you seriously back out or what because I believed we started this and we should be completing the transaction now that everything is on our side. Having consulted a financial consultant who will facilitate the onward transfer from Bank of New York Mellon London UK to further the transfer to your bank account.
Please let me know your stand.
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