Good Day My Dear, This message will be the last notification that I will send to you as my earlier letters sent to you through Post Office was returned undelivered. Hence I decided to reach you via email because this information needs urgent attention. I'm contacting you because of my deceased client who died in 2014, and the management of the Bank has issued me a notice to provide an extended next of kin of the deceased who deposited a sum of US $25 Million (Twenty Five Million United States Dollars) or have the account confiscated within the next 31 banking days. I am the personal attorney, and will be disappointed if the labor of my client is confiscated. Since you bear the same surname and may be an extended member of the family, i want you to kindly get back to me for verification process with the following information's for appraisal to my e-mail address to enable me compare pass it on to the board of directors of the Bank for approval on your behalf so we can receive this funds for our future benefits. 1. Your full names 2. Current address 3. Telephone and Fax numbers 4. Date of Birth. 5. Country of Origin I wait for your response to enable me expedite every legal action to this effect. I will assist you in any possible way that i can to enable you receive the total sum deposited, with accumulated interest. I feel you will appreciate my effort giving you my kind assistance. Yours sincerely. Attorney Dennis Damate Esq. Email: email@example.com
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