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Subject:  Please Acknowledge Receipt!!!
From:  "Thomas Smyth"<>
Date:  Tue, 05 Jun 2007 20:04:25 -0700

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It gives me a great deal of pleasure to write you this mail
and even when it might come to you as a surprise, I hope you
find it of interest.

Let me first introduce myself.  
I am Thomas Smyth, I was the personal attorney to Eng. Reynaldo Jr. Mabini 

Lorenzana, a national of New zealand who used to work with an oil servicing 

company here in United Kingdom after which was referred to as my client.
Eng. Reynaldo Lorenzana 38 years of age made a fixed deposit of fund Valued at 

USD$18,500,000 (Eighteen Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars 

Only) with a Security Company/Finance Firm here in U.K and unfortunately lost 

his life in an Egyptian charter plane Boeing 737 which crashed into the Red Sea 

early on January 3, 2004 shortly after taking off from the resort of Sharm el-

Sheikh, killing all the 135 passengers and 13 crew members aboard, (View: He left no 

clear beneficiary as Next of Kin except some vital documents related to the 

deposit still in my possession.
Recently, the governing body of the Security Company/Finance Firm Contacted me 

on this matter, requesting that I should notify the next of kin of my late 

client to claim the funds and I am yet to provide the Next of Kin to make 

claims to the Fund. I know that my client had no living next of kin but I went 

ahead and made several inquiries to his embassy to locate any of my late 

clients extended relatives but this has proved unsuccessful.
Under a clear and legitimate agreement with you, I seek your consent to present 

you as the next of kin so that my late client's fund will not be confiscated by 

the Security Company. You and I can invest the money, you will be entitled to 

45% of the total fund/investment for your role as the relative and next of kin 

of my late client, while 55% is for me.

Be informed that there is no risk involved as all necessary legal Document 

which will be used to back you up as the legal beneficiary and next of kin of 

my late client will be procured. All I require is your sincerity, honesty, co-

operation and utmost good faith to enable us see this transaction through. 
I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will 

protect you from any breach of the law. Kindly, get in touch with me on my 
e-mail to discuss further. You may also send your telephone number so that I 

can call you, or better still, you call me . Do not forget that a transaction 

of this magnitude require utmost confidentiality and sincerity. 
I look forward to your urgent response.
Thomas Smyth
Fax: +447005805872

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