My Dear, I want to drop you a quick note because I did not hear back from you concerning the information I sent you the other day.Incase you did not recieve the letter introducing my intent.I am the attorney and trustee to the Will of my late client Mr.David Utah. Until his death My client deposited the sum of $25 million United States Dollars in Posta Bank Hungary, with the hope of transferring it to his country as soon as he is on leave. I have made several attempts to locate any of my clients extended relatives, but this attempt so far has been unsuccessful. I am contacting you to assist in claiming the money left behind by my client before they get confiscated or declared unserviceable by the Bank where the deposit was made. All legal documents to aid your claim for this fund and to prove your relationship with the deceased will be arranged for. Your help will be appreciated with 30% of the total sum. All I require is your honest co-operation 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. Please accept my apologies,keep my confidence and disregard this letter if you do not appreciate this proposition I have offered you. However,if you do please include your phone and fax number in your response for better communication. God bless you and your family. Mr.J Tamas
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