Wallace <email@example.com> wrote:
PLEASE BEAR WITH ME FOR NOW AND DO NOT ASK MY NAME. WHAT I HAVE MAY BE OF
INTEREST TO YOU. IT IS A BUSINESS PROPOSAL THAT WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO YOU AND
I LIVE IN LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM. I AM 53 YEARS OLD AND I HAVE BEEN
WORKING IN A BANK IN LONDON FOR THE PAST 17 YEARS WHERE I AM PRESENTLY AN
ACCOUNTS MANAGER. I WILL GIVE YOU MY FULL DETAILS ON YOUR REPLY TO THIS
LETTER. MY AIM OF CONTACTING YOU IS TO SOLICIT YOUR CO-OPERATION AND
ASSISTANCE BASED ON ONE OF THE ACCOUNTS UNDER MY MANAGEMENT CONTAINING
$18.5MILLION (EIGHTEEN MILLION and FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS) WHICH HAS
REMAINED DORMANT FOR THE LAST TWELVE YEARS. THIS ACCOUNT WAS OWNED BY THE LATE
MRS. EVELYN FIONA WEAVER AND FOLLOWING MY INVESTIGATION, I FOUND OUT THAT SHE
DIED ON MAY 1992 VIA A CAR CRASH IN THE BAHAMAS AND SHE LEFT NO CHILDREN OR
NEXT OF KIN.
I WILL INFORM YOU MORE ON HOW WE CAN GET THE MONEY IN HER ACCOUNT
TRANSFERED INTO YOUR ACCOUNT IF YOU AGREE TO CO-OPERATE WITH ME ON THIS ON
YOUR REPLY TO THIS MAIL. "
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