If a deceased relative of yours really had been owed $20m by someone in Ghana I think a) that you would know about it and b) the bank would be more professional than to just send you a random email addressing you as “You Relative”!!!
Ignore this nutcase, who is just after your money.
Attention: You Relative/Cousin.
This is to notify you about a testament (WILL) left in your favour being
next of kin to a deceased who have not received his contract sum of
US$20.7M (Twenty Million, Seven Hundred Thousand US Dollars) from our
Ministry (GNPC) before he died. Deceased name (withheld) until your
response confirming we are dealing with the right person whose name appear
in deceased testament (WILL) to avoid wrong payment.
Already our Ministry has confirmed deceased testament which stated upon
demised his final payment release to you his next of kin. You are advice
to contact your late relative Account Officer: DR. ANDREW OKAI, by email
(email@example.com) with the information below for the immediate
release of your inheritance payment to any wrong party.
1) Your Full Name & Address.
2) Your Full Contact, Home, office And Mobile Numbers.
3) The Copy of Identification (Your Passport/Drivers license)
4) Your State of Origin.
The deceased account officer shall commence the release of your
inheritance fund once you respond with above information as requested.
Kindly call (DR. OKAI) on his telephone +233-5420-30681 upon the receipt
of this mail.
Please Use Your Name (AS SUBJECT) On Your Reply to Avoid Wrong Payment.
Mrs. Felicia Gbesemete, (Publication & Public Relation officer).
Standard Chartered Bank Ghana & GNPC.
Main Office, P. O. Box GP 768
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