Subject: How Are You Today!
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 08:13:39 -0400
Greetings and Good Tidings be on to you as I bring you
this message. I am Barrister David Hodge, a
practicing attorney here in London UK.
I am here to let you know that there is this client of
mine by name Mr Michael Leary. He was an American.
He had series of businesses here in UK. In 2006 he
deposited some two trunks containing funds totaling
Twelve million United States Dollars(12,000,000,00 us$) in
a finance company.
He intended to use the funds for specific pet project,
and was due to be collected in 2007.
On my yearly appraisal of my clientele at the turn of
my accounting year, I discovered thathis deposit is
overdue for retrieval. I put up series of mail to Mr
Michael Leary which were sent back uncollected. I later
discovered that He passed on in February 2007. He had a
ghastly motor accident.
I know he was divorced. I tried to contact any of his
relatives to no avail; I decided to check out any
trustworthy person to come in as his next-of-kin.
I called the finance house intimating them of my
clients claim. I was told to present the relevant
documents and his Next-of-kin.
I have in my possession his certificate of deposit and
I will draw up a power of attorney in your name, which
will be notarized here in a UK high court in your name
as his next of kin. For your involvement and help you
shall have 30% of the total cash worth Twelve milliom us
dollars (12,000,000,00 us$). This transaction is 100% risk
I would want you to send me your phone Number and your
mailing address ( if different from this one) to enable me
talk to you before I send you the documents and the
contact of the finance company.
I am proposing this from my heart believing that this
will get my family and yours closer. I believe in
confidentiality and openness with regard to this
transaction. Once I hear from you,I will give you my
direct telephone number. Waiting to hear from you.
Barrister David Hodge(LLB,BL,LLM)
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