Greetings, I feel good dealing with you after i went through your profile on the internet, I am Mr. Paul Cole from United Kingdom. A customer of our bank who may related to you (perhaps) from your country died two years ago with a heart problem leaving behind an amount of 12,700,000.00 (Twelve Million Seven Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds sterling) in a prime bank where I work as a Branch Manager. Till date nobody has come forward or put an application for the claim. During the bank general searched recently for the late gentle man relatives, your name and email contact was among the finding names that matches the same surname of the deceased (name WITH HELD for security reason) who died interstate with no Will or next of kin. To maintain the Level of Security required, I intentionally Left out the Final details. I urge you to Come forward Since I can Provide to you with the details needed for you to claim the Amount so that we can Share it among Our Selves, in this Way 40% for you and 60% for me and vetting Bank Head Officer who will do all the Crucial Part in the Bank to have the Fund Release to you promptly. To AFFIRM your willingness and Co-operation. Regards, Mr. Paul
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