Hello, It is such a pleasure for me to contact you and with respect. I am Mr. Richard Uche a Nigerian citizen and financial consultant with a private finance and investment firm based here in Lagos- Nigeria, The firm has facilitated a lot of transactions for very high profile clients at home and abroad. There is a client's of mine account that I have had to administer for the past six years. Although my client died in very unfortunate circumstances along with his family, before the catastrophe;He made a deposit with no existing beneficiaries with the Finance Firm that we can safely engage for investment funding before they are declared Unserviceable or reverted to the government treasury as unclaimed funds.It is my mandate as clients' financial consultant to facilitate the release of this fund to a verified beneficiary. I have decided to seek your assistance INDEPENDENTLY and have you receive this fund on my behalf. All the legal requirements will be fulfilled to have you as a proven beneficiary of the claim. The amount in question is sum of US$45m and you will gladly compensate with 40% after the deal is done while 10% for the Poor and Orphans. At your interest please send your details for further directive so that I can avail you with more information and the mutual benefits that will accrue. I hope you will understand the nature of this transaction, which has made me frugal with sensitive information. E-mail: email@example.com Best regards Mr.Richard uche Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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