I am Mr. Martin Buma, a banker, With due respect and regards, I have decided to contact you on a
business transaction that will be very beneficial to both of us at the end of the transaction.
We had a foreign client Gold Dealer from your country who deposited a huge sum of money
(USD$9.4Million) with our bank. Eventually, this client was involved in a terrible car accident
and died without next of kin on the 31-10-2008 in Kumasi road here in Acra-Ghana, And since then we
have not had any body coming for the claims as the next of kin.
A situation I have monitored closely with my position in the bank. Now, having monitored this
deposit over the years after the death, and hence nobody has showed up as the next of kin for the
past years, I have moved the file to my private volt.
I now solicit for your assistance to present you as the next of kin as every other arrangement has
being concluded by me and I am only waiting for a foreigner to enable me move the fund to his
account. This does not have any risk attached to it as all the internal documentations will be
handled by me. I therefore request you to confirm your interest by a return message and I will
furnish you with details.
Your interest will be negotiable before we commence this project.
I look forward to hear from you soonest.
my Direct email at email@example.com
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