Good day, I am Mr. David Wong, Trained and working as an Account Officer for the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS). I write to contact you about a foreigner bearing the same name as yours, who died here in Singapore, over a decades ago leaving behind an estate/capital US$12.8M here in Development Bank of Singapore. However, the Investor died intestate, no next-of-kin, nobody came forward all these years to lay claim of the inheritance. I have decided to work with you to secure the funds, and propose 20% offer for you. If you are interested, you are advised to email me through my private email email@example.com the following information stated below:- i. RE-CONFIRM YOUR FULL NAMES: ii. CONTACT ADDRESS: iii. DATE OF BIRTH: iv. TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBER: v. OCCUPATION: Upon hearing from you, I will unfold more details and how to commence in the transaction. Best regards, Mr. David Wong NB:ENSURE TO RESPOND TO MY PRIVATE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org WITH REQUIRED DETAILS IF WILLING.
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