From: WILLIAM WILDMAN <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2007 7:24:47 AM
Subject: BENEFICIARY PROPOSAL
I introduce myself as William Wildman, Global Head of Offshore Banking at Deutsche Bankn london branch.I am writing in respect of a foreign customer whose name is Bunten Wendy a citizen of U.S who died in a plane crash[Korean Air Flight 801] all passengers aboard on August 6,1997. And for your perusal you can view this web site:-
Since the demise of this our customer, I personally has watched with keen interest to see the next of kin but all has proved abortive as no one has come to claim his funds of US$10,000.000 (TEN Million U.S Dos).
He informed us that he had a financial portfolio of
on his behalf.I was the officer assigned to his case.In Line with instructions, the money was deposited with Imperial Asset Management Company.
According to practise, Imperial Asset Management Company will by the end of this year broadcast a request for statements of claim to Deutsche Bank, I decided to seek for whom his name shall be used as the Next of Kin as no one has come up to be the next of kin. And the banking ethics here does not allow such money to stay more than (11) years, because money will be recalled to the bank treasury as unclaimed after this period.
The alternative would be for us to have Imperial Asset Management Company send the funds to another bank with you as account holder.
Upon the receipt of your response,I will send an e-mail the next step to take. You should not entertain any fear as all modalities for fund transfer can be finalized within five banking days, after you apply to the bank as a relation to the deceased.
The money will be share at the ratio of 40% for you 60% for me.
Awaiting your responce
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