Mr. Scott Stuart. Europe. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Friend, RE: NEXT OF KIN Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not meet your personal ethics, but let it remains as top secret for only you and I. I will introduce myself as Mr Scott, a staff in the Accounts Management Section of a well-known bank in Europe. One of our accounts with holding balance of US$20,000,000 (Twenty Millions US Dollars) has been Dormant and has not been operated for the past 5 years.
I had discussed this matter with some of my bank top officials and we have agreed to find a reliable partner to deal with=2E Hence=2C I am propsing to do business with you by presenting you as the NEXT OF KIN to the deceased=2C and funds will be released to you after due processes have been followed and necessary documentation to back this up will be presented=2E This transaction is totally 100% free of risk and troubles as the fund is legitimate and does not originate from Drug=2C Money Laundry=2C Terrorism or any other illegal act=2E If you agree to do this deal with me=2C after a successful completion of this transaction we intend to give you 30% and 10% for whatever expenses that we both may incur=2C while 60% of the total amount will be for us which we also intend to invest in your country in any good business venture that you will introduce=2E If you are interested=2C send me the following information via e-mail to me so that we can start processing this transaction=3A - 1=2E Complete Names =28First and Last Names=29 2=2E Full Address=2E 3=2E Phone and Fax numbers =28for proper communication=2E=29 4=2E Occupation=2C Age and Marital Status=2E Thank you for your understanding and please reply to ssellis=40claranet=2Ede Regards=2C Mr=2E Scott
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