Dear Friend, I am Barrister Jesus Anguita, the Personal lawyer to late Mr.Michael Frank Taylor, who was a contractor with gold company here in Benin. On December, 2010, my client and his family were perished in a crash but my client made a fixed deposit valued at us$10.5M) , and upon the maturity his bank started contacting him but no response.Consequently,the bank issued me a notice as his lawyer to provide the next of kin or have the account confiscated after 5 years as the law of this country says. Since then I have made several inquiries to locate any of my clients extended relatives,this has also proved unsuccessful.Since i have been unsuccessful in locating the relatives for over some years now,that is why i seek for your consent to present you as the next of kin of the deceased so that the proceeds of this account valued at $10.5 million can be paid to you then we share the money together. I know that you might be wondering why i have decided to trust you with this huge sum, I could have do the business alone but there is no way i can succeed without a foreign hand,that is why i seek for your assistance so we can share the benefit together. I have all necessary legal documents that can be used to back up the claim on your behalf. All i require is your honest and maximum cooperation to enable us see this deal through.I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law. Please get in touch with me through email or call me on the bellow phone number to enable me tell you the needed details so we can proceed. Thanks and God bless you as I am expecting your urgent response. Best regards, Barrister.Jesus Anguita Tel:+229-98620468
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