Dear friend, I’m sure this e-mail will get to you like a surprise but it's true. I'm at a routine check in my bank where I work; encountered in an account that has not been claimed, which is currently $ 14.300,000 ((Fourteen million U.S. Dollars) are credited. This account belonged to Mr. Christian Eich, a customer of our bank, who sadly died. Mr. Christian Eich was a native of German. I an my two colleague have decided to transfer the above stated sum abroad for investment purpose since there is no one to claim the funds, and we don’t want the government to confiscate the funds. I need the cooperation of a foreign partner like you, who we shall present as a partner to the late Mr. Christian Eich, so that we can transfer the funds to your account. For this support, you will receive 30% of the sum while the remaining 70% I will share with my two colleagues working with me in the bank. If you are interested, you can send me an e-mail, so I can send you more details. Please send your response to this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Please Read: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/859479.stm Sincerely, Collins Bradwell.
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