From: ATTORNEY LAWRENCE .F. ANGA <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 27, 2008 11:43:41 AM
Subject: GREETINGS FROM AELEX CHAMBERS !!! CALL ME ON +234-807-8789-178
LEGAL PRACTITIONERS & ARBITRATORS
AELEX ATTORNEYS & SOLICITORS
Address: 7th Floor Marble House,
P.O. Box 52901
RE:TWENTY SIX MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS INHERITANCE CLAIM (US$26, 500, 000.00)
My name is ATTORNEY LAWRENCE .F. ANGA (SAN) . I am a Legal representative, an Attorney an private account manager to my late client in the Year 2007, my client by name Mr. Ambrovic who passed away, leaving behind a cash inheritance of Twenty six million, Five hundred thousand United Sates Dollars ($26,500,000).
My late client and bosom friend grew up in a Motherless Babies Home. He had no family, no beneficiary nor next of kin to the inheritance amount left behind in a commercial bank.
The Financial law of inheritance clearly allows for the deceased Bank to use
deceased money as deemed fit, should the inheritance money be left unclaimed for a period of thirteen months after the death of the account owner.
The reason that you have been contacted now is because I want to present you as the beneficiary and next of kin to late Mr. Ambrovic as i have every Documents to Back up this Transaction. The Inheritance Law clearly leaves the bonus of proof of who is or is not the next of kin, to the deceased Lawyer to prove. As the deceased Lawyer, the Law says l have the final say of who is the beneficiary of the deceased estate. This is 100% percent legal. As a lawyer I know this.
If you are interested in this proposition and you are ready to keep this proposition in absolute confidentiality and trust, then contact me at once, and we can work out the details, and the issue of your compensation.Your direct mobile phone number is needed
Give me a call on the below Contact Number soon as you
receive my email
Await your quick response
LAWRENCE .F. ANGA
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