My name is Martin Smith I work with shoreline credit union here in the states; I am contacting you to know if you can make a deal with me, on my watch as a personal accountant to the account owner is an unclaimed funds of USD 6.700.000.00 only in our bank of one late Korean contractor. Who supplied petroleum equipment to One Apache Energy, LLC. An oil & Gas corporation operating from United States of America. The payment has been processed and the cheque has been paid into his account but the Bank is finding it difficult to get in touch with him. The last we heard from him was when he made a supply to a company in Norway, and from our recent findings he died in Norway as a result of the Anders Behring Breivik shooting http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-14257797 I have been giving a 21 days ultimatum by the head of accounting dept of our bank to reach to his family members which I did tried to get across to any of the family members all to no avail, So If you don’t mind the deal between you and I now if you don’t mind is, I will present you as the next of kin and send your information for legal approval documents to enable you claim these funds. Actually I don't have to involve myself officially in other for the board not to have an idea I contacted you for this, but I know what is required to get this funds released to you. Without taking much of your time, I will advise that you get in touch with me for more details. On my personal email: email@example.com Please if you are not willing and interested in helping me kindly delete this e-mail from your computer and pretend you never got it is never a do or die affair. Yours Truly Mr. Martin Smith --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus
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