Dearest one, Let me start by introducing myself I am Mrs.WanYonghong the general chief auditor in STANDARD CHARTERED BANK Hong Kong branch. I have a proposal for you as a matter of urgency,I am in pocession of sum of 21.35million United States Dollars,unclaimed by our late client who died four years ago,without stating any beneficiary to his wealth after he has deposited his funds in our Bank,and when the investigation have been completed,none was documented to be the next of kin in his file 93AC300/W493TC,in our dept,I will send you the details when you are interested. In this great light,I want us to shares this fundson precentage within ourself confidentially.I am the officer assigned to his case;I made numerous suggestions in line with my duties as the de-facto chief operations officer of the Private Banking Service Department, especially given the volume of funds he wished to put into our bank and Cash movement across borders has become especially strict since the incidents of 9/11. A person who suited his description was declared dead of heart attack in Cannes, South of France, and it has beenconfirmed by the investigation unit. If you find yourself able to work with me,contact through my personal email formore details on how to transfer the total funds with your assistance as the next of kin:email@example.com I wait your swift response and have a blessed day . Regards, Wan. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Find the home of your dreams with eircom net property Sign up for email alerts now http://www.eircom.net/propertyalerts
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