Monday, March 16, 2009 7:04 PM
“Samuel Cole” <email@example.com>
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This is a personal email directed to you and i request that it be treated
as such. I must solicit your confidentiality and assure you that i am
contacting you in good faith and this proposal will be of mutual benefit.
I am Samuel Cole, i work with Lloyds Bank London UK. I was the account
officer to a deceased account, belonging to one of our foreign customers.
While he banked with us, we oversaw his accounts and other official
obligations as my office demanded being his accounts officer. Unfortunately,
he died together with his entire family in the plane crash of 31 October,
1999 on board the Egyptian Airline 990 alongside other passengers.
Since his death, none of his relations has come forward to lay claims to this
money as the heir. We cannot release the fund from his account unless
someone applies for claim as indicated according to the law, if there are
(mysteriously) no beneficiary of this fund (claiming or otherwise), the money
goes to the state government.
Having made a very exhaustive search for any family member that
would lay claim to this fund,i met with his lawyer who confirmed he has no
surviving relatives,i and the lawyer both agreed to get a trusted person
that can stand as the heir to my late client, so i decided to take my
chance with you.
I now seek your permission to have you stand as beneficiary to the deceased
account as i have all documentations including his certified Death Certificate
that will facilitate your stand as the heir, as he had a closing balance
of 4,942,000.00 GB Pounds (Four Million Nine Hundred and Forty two Thousand
Pounds Sterling), here in our bank in London. I also have secured from
the probate an order of mandamus to locate any member of deceased family to
become beneficiary of this fund.
If this proposal is acceptable by you, please do reply to me as soon as
possible so as to enable us commence,i intend to share the funds 50/50 with
Let Spammy Sammy wait and sweat it out. He’ll get the hint sooner or later.