From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, 1 February, 2009, 12:37 AM
I am MR. VARGAS RAMON TEODORO JR,CREDIT ACCOUNTS OFFICER EQUITABLE PCI BANK
now (banco de oro). I am writing you this letter based on the latest
development at my bank, which I will like to bring to your personal
edification. I am writing you this letter with so much joy and excitement
even though my heart goes out to the very powerful and distinguished
gentleman who I was fortunate to have worked for and extremely privileged to
have known for numerous
I am a top official in charge of client accounts in EQUITABLE PCI BANK
inside the Philippines. In 2001, my client was going through a horrendous
divorce in the United States Of America and was on the verge of losing most
of his estate to his vicious and diabolical wife. As a result of this
alarming predicament, my client came to me with a very brilliant idea. He
transferred some funds, ten million two hundred thousand dollars($10.2m) to
a fixed deposit account in my bank under an alias which only the two of us
knew about as the confidentiality of the matter was necessary for his
protection.Due to his untimely death in early 2002, the funds have been
sitting in the account ever since and will continue to do so perpetually
unless we do something about it.
My client did not declare any next of kin in his official papers including
the paper work of his bank deposit. There is no risk involved
at all in the
matter as we are going adopt a legalized method and the attorney will
prepare all the necessary documents. For your assistance, you shall receive
35% of the fund to be transferred, I will like my proposal to be kept
confidential because of what I explained above and you can reach me urgently
on my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , Thank you and God bless you.
MR. VARGAS RAMON TEODORO JR.
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