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Subject:  From Ellams, Please Treat As Urgent
From:  Timi Ellams <>
Date:  Thu, 25 Oct 2007 10:23:09 -0700

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 Attention: Friend,
Complement of the day and I hope that this letter will not constitute any sort of embarrasement to 
you, my sincere apology. Firstly, let me start by formally introducing myself to you. I am 
Barrister Timi P. Ellams, a private attorney to late Engr Mark , a national of your country, who 
used to work with an Oil Servicing and Equipment Leasing Company here in Nigeria as an Oil 
Expertriate and a businessman. Here-in-after shall be referred to as my client. On the 26th of june 
2002, my client, his wife and their two Children were involved in a car accident along Lekki-Aja 
express-road. All occupants of the vehicle unfortunately lost their lives. After this painful and 
unfortunate incident, I have made several enquiries to your embassy to locate any of my client 
extended relatives, but this has proved unsuccessful. 

After these several unsuccessful attempts in locating any of Late Engr Mark's extended relatives or 
anybody that might be related to him for over 4-years now, I decided to track his last name over 
the Internet to locate any member of his family or anyone that might be related to him hence I 
contacted you. The Bank has issued me a notice to provide the next of kin soonest or have the 
account confiscated or declared unserviceable. And now, I seek your consent to present you as the 
next of kin to the deceased so that the proceeds of his deposit account valued at US$15.000,000 
(Fifteen Million United States Dollars Only) 
lodged particularly with the "BANK OF INDUSTRY Ltd"(BOI) can be paid to you and then you and I can 
share the money. 65% to me and 35% to you. 

Presenting you as the next of kin and the true beneficiary of my late client inherritant and couple 
with the fact that you are a foreigner and also share the same last name with my late client, will 
speedily facilitate the realize of this fund by the Bank. I am ready to re-negotiate the mode of 
sharing with you. Thereafter, I will visit your country for the disbursement/investing of my share. 

I hope I have been explicit enough. If you find this proposal suitable for you, do get back to me 
with the following informations:
  Your full Name and Contact Address,
  Your private Telephone and Fax Number for communication purposes
  Your Age, Your Occupation and Position.

    All I require is your honest co-operation to enable us see this deal through. I guarantee that 
this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the 
law. Send your Response to my private/confidential mail-to: 
Hoping to receive a positive response from you.

Best regards.

Barrister Timi Ellams
Attorney & Counselors At Law.

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