Dear Sir/Madam! Peace be unto you, I know my mail might be a surprise to you but never mind because I am contacting you in good faith. However, accept my sincere apologies if it doesn't meet your personal ethics. In a brief introduction, my name is Hon Joe Modisen,a personal lawyer to Late Engineer who died with his family in Automobile motor accident here in My Country five years ago and left a huge amount of money in the bank here in my country ($US 3.580,000.00 Million) in his personal bank account for our mutual benefit? This money Belongs to My deceased client,a National of your Country WHO died in 30/ 10/ 2010 From My Numerous searches, I found out That the deceased Bears the Same Surname with you, and That is the reason why I contacted you to receive this money for our mutual benefit. If you are Willing to work with me to Receive this money, Kindly Get back to me through My Private Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as Possible so That I can Give you more details About this transaction. The bank has issued me a notice to provide the next of kin, Please do reply with the following information for further clarifications. Look forward to hear from you as soon as possible if you are willing to proceed with me. Respectfully, Hon.Vincent Johnson Esq. Email:email@example.com
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