Dear Esteemed, My names are Ezra Luca, by this email I seek your indulgence for you to allow me give you information to claim a deposit in my company belonging to a late client who share the same last name as you but died in Syria Civil War. He left no clear Next of Kin to his funds in our company. Presently, my company want the funds be declared to the government as unclaimed. Upon a clear and legitimate agreement with you, I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin, so that the late client's funds will not be confiscated by the Financial Regulatory Authority. With your cooperation to my advice there will be no risk involved for this claims as I will present to you the document that will be required by my company. Kindly, get in touch with me by my e-mail: email@example.com to enable us discuss further Do not forget that a transaction of this magnitude requires utmost and absolute confidentiality and sincerity. While I look forward to your urgent response, you should consider that after you claim the funds, you will have to send 30% to an account which I will provide. Thanks , Ezra Luca
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