Dear Sir,First I must solicit your confidence in this transaction, this is by virtue of it’s nature as being very CONFIDENTIAL.
I am a Senior Manager with a commercial bank . I came to know of you in my private search for a reliable and reputable person to handle this confidential transaction, which involves the transfer of a huge sum of money to a foreign country.
THE PREPOSITIONThe late Foreigner was an oil merchant / contractor with the Government until his death four years ago in a plane crash, banked with us and had a closing balance in Million of Dollars.
The bank now unquestionably expect it to be claimed by his next of kin. Efforts have been made by my bank to get in touch with any of his Family but to no avail. It is because of the perceived possibility of not being able to locate the next of kin (NOK) that the management under the influence of our Executive Director has agreed that since the incident occurred long ago and has left the fund dormant and devalued, we should transfer the fund overseas and utilize it either on stock exchange market or personal business interest.
Your role is very important as the fund when concluded on transfer would be justifiably presented as having been remitted to his next of kin (NOK) . Your interest will be protected as unnecessary documentation will be avoided. Note that all modalities necessary for execution of the business have been perfected.
The money will be shared equally i.e 50% for you 50% for us, expenses too will be shared equally .
It is a risk-free deal. Frank Hassan mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org _________________________________________________________________Express yourself instantly with MSN Messenger! Download today it's FREE! http://messenger.msn.click-url.com/go/onm00200471ave/direct/01/
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