> From: Peter Bla <email@example.com>
> Subject: Awaiting your reply
> Date: Thursday, September 4, 2008, 11:15 PM
> Dear Friend,
> This is my second letter to you, my name is Peter Bla, I
> received a letter from a bank here requesting for the next
> of kin to my deceased client who died few years ago. Before
> her demise, Madam Angela was very close to me and introduced
> me formally to the bank manager, which gave vent to the said
> bank letter.
> The Letter stated that she made fixed deposit of some
> amount of money before her death .The bank is aware of her
> death, though she was not married, neither did she leave a
> "WILL" nor specified next of kin. The bank is
> therefore anticipating someone with the same surname to come
> along for claims. As it is, no one can put up claims except
> someone with the same surname and referred from my office.
> All efforts to get her family relatives have been abortive
> hence my contact with you on the subject to ensure that the
> money is not lost without benefit to anybody. She died at
> 68yrs, and requested to be buried here. I have extensively
> discussed the issues involved with her bankers and their
> directives is what we are going to comply with to achieve
> the release and transfer of the money to your account as
> legal next of kin and beneficiary. Honestly, i know this may
> look strange because we have not met before, but the fact is
> that the coincidence of your surname is what guided my
> contact with you beause it is only on th
> Be rest assured 100% that this is a safe transaction and
> there won't be any breach of the law in the process,
> because all steps will be in conformity with the guideline
> and directives of the bankers.
> I wait to hear from you.
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