Dear Sir, I work with a prime Bank here in the United Kingdom as an auditor. In the course of auditing the books of the deposits in this bank, it was discovered that a certain secret deposit has been unattended for the past seven years and when investigated, the depositor was an expatriate mining and oil industry engineer who is now late. He left no other name or contact in the deposit documents. As it is the usual practice in banking, this bank will statutorily revert the deposit to their treasury unless a claim is made on it immediately. With perfect documentation therefore, we can make a claim for the deposit in your favor and the deposit will revert to you, and the process is simple and possible with your full co-operation. Assets value is twelve point three million US dollars only but it will be moved to you in small volumes. The asset has to first be positioned to you as the owner and when the asset has been successfully reverted to you as the owner, the process of evacuation of asset to you will follow. For us to achieve this reverting of asset ownership to you, send for now 1. Your full names 2. Address 3. Tel. Number: 4. Your present occupation. I will involve an attorney here who will procure supporting documents and present the documents to the bank for processing of the change and payment to you. I wait for your urgent reply to this mail with firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Ahmd. Tel: +447937420718
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