Dear Sir/Madam, I am Mr. J Cheong, I worked for a Bank but have since stopped due to this project. I wish to place your name as the beneficiary to ten and one half million dollars ($10,500,000) due to the death of the depositor who died without any heirs. I assure you that this transaction will be executed in a manner that will protect you from any breach of the law both in your country and here. I am requesting your collaboration with me, the money will be released to you in any country of your choosing. I urgently require the following information for my attorney to start processing vital legal documents: 1 )Name: 2)Address: 3)Tel: 4)Age: 5)Sex: 6)Occupation Status: Please note that my share of this fund will be sixty (60) percent and I intend that you invest it in your country real estate on my behalf. You may keep the remaining forty (40) percent for yourself. I want you to know this transaction will be directed by me through the help of my lawyer; it will help us secure all vital documents that will support your nomination as the Next of Kin, As the true beneficiary to the said fund, money will be released in your favor. What I require from you now is complete trust and honesty. Awaiting your quick response, Mr. J Cheong.
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