Dear: My name is Teo Wang a legal practitioner with T. Wang & Associates in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I found your contact/profile somewhere over the Internet and it gave me the greatest joy, that you are the one I have been looking for, whom I strongly believe could execute this transaction with me. I must let you know that this transaction shall pass through all legal and documented processes. I am a learned Lawyer/Barrister-Attorney at Law My late client, was an oil contractor and lived all his life here in Malaysia, but unfortunately he died intestate i.e. without a will. From my investigation, there is no known relative of my late client. I have contacted you to assist in distributing the money left behind by my client before it is confiscated or declared sub-serviced by the bank where this deposit valued at Eighteen Million Dollars dollar ( US$18 Million Dollars) is lodged. This bank has issued me a notice to contact the next of kin, or the account will be confiscated. All documents relating to this transaction will be given to you as we progress. I want this done so that I can use a good part of my share for helping the poor and the needy and for charity works. You shall receive 45% for your assistance. However, I must assure you that this transaction is safe and all modalities are in place to ensure that this is done in a legitimate way without a single breach of law. Based on your maximum cooperation, we will finalize this transaction within few working days. I shall require from you , your FULL NAME, CONTACT ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS to start the process of claim in this regard. Again I guarantee that all is under control and you have nothing to worry about, Just grant to me your full cooperation and keep this transaction close at heart. Teo Wang Attorney At Law Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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