From: Dr.Richard Philip Adie <email@example.com>
Subject: Standard Findings
Date: Friday, August 29, 2008, 10:02 PM
This is my second mail to you. I am making some findings in relation to
matters involving my client Madam Juana . I have in my possession valid and
tentative evidence that you might be whom I seek based on information I got from
the Family and Friends Finder (FFF UK). This is in reference to a client of mine
and the circumstances surrounding investments made by her in a bank
facility(10.5m pounds Sterling). My client died interstate and nominated no next
of kin to inherit the title made with a bank facility in Europe The essence of
this communication with you is to request you provide me information on two
1. Are you aware of any relative/relation who share your last name and whose
last contact address was here in Europe ?
2. Are you aware of any investment of considerable value made by her at a
bank facility in Europe ?
It is pertinent that you inform me at your earliest convenience whether or not
you are familiar with my deceased client or if I have your permission to
investigate and confirm your eligibility any further so I may put an end to my
enquiries surrounding this matter. It is imperative you understand that I am
constrained from providing you with more detailed information at this point.
Upon contact I will be able to verify and tie in my information with whatever
you provide, thus facilitating the conclusion of this issue. The Below
information will avail me the opportunity to close my inquiry. Get back to me
as soon as possible.
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
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