||> From: John schubesky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Dear Future Partner,
> Date: Monday, February 2, 2009, 7:53 PM
> Dear Future Partner,
> please reply me with my
> private email, email@example.com,
> In December
> 1st, 2008, The London Scottish Bank collapsed in UK. This
> Bank spe
> cializes in offering fixed-rate savings accounts and loans
> to customers
> with e
> xcellent credit histories. The UK Government has mandated
> Financial Servic
> es Compensation Scheme to have all Depositors full
> paid without delay.
> On this note, I would like to present you
> to claim the sum of �’25million (Twe
> nty Five Million
> British Pounds) that was fixed a period of five years with
> interest rate of 21% per annum.The Original Beneficiary of
> these funds
> died l
> eaving no legal instruction as to who will inherit the
> if he is no longe
> r alive. Therefore, Since the Government has
> ordered for immediate payment to
> Depositors through the Financial
> Services Compensation Scheme, I would like to
> work out this deal
> with you to claim the funds without any legal implication
> I will send more details on how this deal will be
> transacted if you
> are interested to make the business with me. Our sharing
> ratio is 50:50.
> e reply me with my private email,
> Thank you for reading this profit oriented proposal and
> looking forward to hea
> ring from you shortly.
> John Schubesky.
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