I am Miss Elizabeth James, I am aware that this is not a conventional way to establish a relationship of trust, and I apologize for this unsolicited letter to you but, as you read you will realize and see the need for my action. My name is Miss Elizabeth James, An account manager to late Dr. Sanjay Krishna, a business Consultant and major sub contractor in Scotland, on the 27th December 2009, my Client, and his wife and their two kids were involved in an auto crash accident and it was unfortunate that they all lost their lives. For years now I have done a lot of researches to locate his relations to claim his Estate fund value, all to no avail. I contacted you because; I want us to build a business relationship of trust. I want to use you as the next of kin to Late Dr. Sanjay Krishna, to claim his Estate/Fund valued of ($ 4.8 Million USD ) then transfer it to your country, before our government confiscate it or declared it unserviceable by the Finance Firm. I will provide the necessary documents for your back up since I am his personal account manager before his death. The Bank Manager has instructed me to present a foreign partner or a citizen of India to claim the fund. This transaction is a secret deal & must be kept confidential at all times. Note: 40% will be your share for your effort and understanding, if you are interested kindly get back to me urgently... Regards Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Miss Elizabeth James.
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