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Subject:  Your inheritance funds of $85m /////
From:  "UOB"<>
Date:  Sun, 17 Jan 2016 08:14:29 -0800

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Dr. Sasikan Sirichatchai
Chairman of the Risk Management Committee
Foreign operations dept,

Attn Beneficiary

                                                                Your inheritance funds of $85m.

This is to notify you that your over due  inheritance funds has been  released, via key telex 
(ktt )-direct wire transfer to you by the Senate committee for  for foreign over  due fund 
transfer.Meanwhile,a man came to my  office few days ago with a letter,claiming to  be your true 
Here are his information:

Name ......Salam Agab
Bank name: A &NZ
Account number: 01099930.......

Please let the bank know if Mr Salam Agab is from you as the bank will not be  responsible for  any 
loss involved in wrong payment .The executive, board of directors of the bank  and the  committee 
for foreign assets succession  have  approved and authorized this reputable bank to  handle and 
transfer all foreign  inheritance funds this third quarter  of the year..

However,we shall proceed to issue all payments details to the said Salam Agab if we do not hear 
from you within 24 hours.

You should forward all your information.

1 Your full name    

2 Your phone and fax number
3 Your ADDRESS        

Best regards

Dr. Sasikan Sirichatchai

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