Dear Friend, I am Peter Ben,Personal banker and account officer to the late UWE Gamballa who was murdered in South Africa, before his death he was the CEO of porsche Motors. My urgent need for a foreign partner that made me to contact You for this transaction. I got your contact from yahoo Tourist search while I was searching for a foreign partner. As this message might meet you in utmost surprise. However, it All just sure of your capability. And reliability to champion This business opportunity when I prayed to good Lord about you. Before his death he left the sum of 22Million Usd with the ABSA Bank of South Africa were currently work as a banker, and all attempt to communicate with him Family was no no avail, and he never included any next of Kin on this account and until now no one has steped forward to lay claims on the entire funds Therefore i require your partnership to stand as his next of Kin to enable me prepare all legal paper works in your name to have the funds moved out in your name, and if you agree do respond back to me to enable me furnish you with more details as to the way forward in how this can be achieved. Immediately you receive this letter. Please indicate your Willingness by sending your information to enable us enter into the official stage of this transaction.For more Clarification and easy communication. You can as well call my Direct line for further up date +27604603020. I await your response. Thanks, Yours Faithfully, Mr Peter Ben ABSA Bank Johannesburg, South Africa. Tel+27604603020
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