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My Dear Friend,
My name is Richard Leigh a practicing lawyer here in LOndon-United Kingdom.
I want to seek your candid collaboration in handling a business venture that I
feel would be mutually beneficial to you and May I ask your permission to
present you as a beneficiary to the “WILL” of one of my trusted client? My
client and his whole family members where involved in the Sharja air crash on
the 25th of July 2004.
Since after this unfortunate incidence I have not been able to locate any member
of his family to be presented to his bank for claim of his deposit as has been
attached to our inheritance law here in United Kingdom and the government of
United Kingdom will convert the estimated cash into their recovery treasury if
no body stand in to be present as the next of kin.
On receipt of your response to work with me I will send to you full details and
more information about myself and the said funds for your better understanding,
As I am yet to get your consent on this issue, I prefer not to divulge my full
identity so as not to risk being publicized, which consequence is detrimental.
I will prefer we communicate for now via email. Subsequently telephone and other
correspondence would be entertained, I am waiting to hear from you.
Barrister Richard Leigh.
“My Dear Friend, Barrister Richard Leigh” is not a “practicing lawyer”, but a “practicing” spammer. If you receive one of these, don’t reply to it, but delete and be safe.