Fri, 28 Dec 2007 08:05:36 -0800
> From: email@example.com
Subject: PLEASE REPLY
> FROM THE OFFICE OF
A TREASURY OFFICER:
> Ref: ILP/HW 47509/02/NWTB
> Date: 27/12/2007.
> My name is Mr. James Burrows and I work with a
Commercial Bank here in
> London England. We had a customer, who is a
renowned business man and
> real estate magnete, he had a deposit of
> Million Pound Sterlings GBP) here in our
bank before he died in a plane
> crash with his wife and their only
Child about 7years now (January 30,
> 2000) and since he died, we in
the Bank here have been expecting his/her
> next of kin/relative(s)
for the inheritance of the deposit, but none has
> surfaced ever
> The Bank policy however stipulates a limited time
period for such
> inheritance to be claimed or the funds will be
written off going by the
> record of the incident, the time limit for
the claim is closing up Soon.
> In this consideration, I am contacting
you to seek your kind
> understanding and sincere co-operation to
claim this inheritance for our
> mutual benefit in view of the fact
that you are a Foreigner.
> If you can stand as the next of
kin in this project, success is assured
> because I am in possession
of the personal file jacket of the deceased
> which contains every
needed information about the deceased account, you
> and I stands no
risk of any kind because I have all the documents to
> support you in
claiming the inheritance. The proceedings of the
> transaction will be
shared 60% for me and 40% for you after expenses are
Kindly indicate your willingness and we shall proceed with
initial step for the claim.
> The entire project is expected
to last for about ten working days. Hope
> to hear from you soonest
showing your interest and willingness.
> Mr. James Burrows
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