Hello,I am Mr khan peter,the manager of a prime bank in Africa.I have a client/foreiner who died after a Car Crash and was comatose for only four days. Since his death his account has been dormant and he did not declare any next of kin in hisaccount opening form and since his death nobody has come forward to claim this money.I have decided to find a reliable and trustworthy person to present as his next of kin with legal certificates and documents to be processed and secured by an attorney. Infact this is going to be a legal next of kin claims.He deposited a large sum of money (inclusive of accrued interests) in our Bank here. As soon as I receive your reply I shall inform you of the legal process that will declare you the beneficiary of the said fund I need an assurance that you will be trustworthy,reliable and will never betray my trust. Knowing that without your kind assistance this deal will not be a success,I have resolved to give you 40% while I use 60% for myself and immediate investment on your advice in your country. I want you to furnish me with your full information in your next email,i. e. your full name, telephone numbersand contact address. Hoping to receive your positive response.Regards, khan peter
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