How are you doing today? I have been expecting to hear back from you to
know if you received the earlier message I sent you explaining my
intention to present you to the Credit Union Bank London, as the
bonafide / rightful Next of Kin and Inheritor of an Inheritance sum of
£12,870,900.00 (Twelve Million Eight Hundred and Seventy Thousand Nine
Hundred Pounds) under their custody. I am wondering why I have not
received any response from you till now regarding this issue.
The reason why I contacted you is to seek your genuine collaboration with
me so that I can present you to the bank as the rightful next of kin and
inheritor of the inheritance sum left by Susan Orwel-Brown with the Credit
Union Bank, London.
The inheritance law of the United Kingdom gives a maximum of 10 years,
within which assets left behind by deceased family should be re-possessed
or be forfeited to the Treasury of the United Kingdom. I do not belong to
the school of thought that suggests such assets of an unfortunate family
be lost to the possession of a few individuals. Rather it should be used
as vehicle for investment to benefit the less privilege in the society,
hence I contacted you so that you can stand to receive this fund for
onward investment purposes that will be beneficial to all parties
Kindly find attached a copy of the Death Certificate of the deceased and
last Statement of Account indicating the existence of the fund with the
Bank. This is for your perusal only, do not divulge to third party as
these are sensitive documents.
Kindly write me and confirm your willingness and preparedness to execute
this transaction with me so that we can proceed further.
I wait to hear your opinion on this.
Barr. Taylor Miller
St. Mary' s Chambers
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