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From:     barristerfori4 <mail164817@telkomsa.net>
Reply-to:     Business Relationship <barristerfori4@yahoo.fr>
Subject:     Business Relationship.
Date:     Wed, 20 Apr 2011 01:32:43 +0200 (SAST) (Tue, Apr 19 2011 19:32:43)


Compliments of the Season,

It is obvious that this proposal will come to you as a surprise. This is because
we have not met before but i am inspired to sending you this email by the huge
fund transfer opportunity that will be of mutual benefit to two of us.

However,I am Barrister Samuel Ofori, the personal Attorney to the late Eng.Steve
M.Nelson from British Columbia-Canada,who used to work with Shell Petroleum
Development Company (SPDC) in Accra Ghana.On the 21st of April 2005, my client,
his wife And their two children were involved in a car accident on a holiday
trip to one of Ghana tourist city Unfortunately they all lost their lives in the
event of the accident, Since then I have made several inquiries to locate any of
my clients extended relatives, this has also proved unsuccessful.

After these several unsuccessful attempts, I decided to trace his relatives over
the Internet to locate any member of his family but of no avail, hence I
contacted you. I contacted you to assist in repatriating the money left behind
by my late client, I have papers backing this transaction up that will convince
the bank that you are the only relative of my client.Otherwise the Estate he
left behind will be confiscated or declared unserviceable by the bank where this
huge deposit were lodged,Particularly, the Bank where the deceased had an
account valued at $8.5 million U.S dollars (Eight million five hundred thousand
U.S.dollars).Consequently, The bank issued me a notice to provide the next of
kin or have the account confiscated within the next 30 official working
days,Since i have been unsuccessful in locating the relatives for over several
years now.

I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin of the deceased, so that
the proceeds of this account valued at $8.5 million U.S dollars can be paid to
your account and then you and me can share the money. 50% to me and 45% to you,
while 5% should be for your government tax as they may require.

Your information such as below:

1. Your full name............
2. Resident Address...........
3. Telephone..................
4. Fax Numbers................
5. Email Address..............
6. Occupation.................
7. Date of birth..............

Is required for immediate commencement of this transaction.As a barrister of
high standard, I have the Deposit Slip documents that will back up this claim we
are to make.All I require is your honest cooperation to enable us see this deal
through.I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement
that will protect you and me from any breach of the law.

You are free to call me on my direct telephone number +233248199785 to enable us
discuss further.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Samuel Ofori.
replay to :barristerfori4@yahoo.fr





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