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From:     Clifford Chance <cliffordch22222@msn.com>
Reply-to:     <clifford.chance10@yahoo.com>
Subject:     Business Proposal
Date:     Wed, 31 Aug 2011 02:13:38 +0000 (08/30/2011 10:13:38 PM)

Good day,

You possibly be surprise to receive a mail like this from a stranger. I got your contact through the help of a friend in the American Chambers of Commerce and Tourism.  You are one of few people I am sending this. I am Barrister Clifford Chance, Personal Attorney to late Mr. Johnson Williams, former chief executive engineer of Shell Development company. A position he held for 15 years before retiring on the 20th day of October 2005. On his way to the Federal Capital of Nigeria three days later (being the 23rd day of October 2005), he died in a plane crash. http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/africa/10/23/nigeria.plane/ 

The pilot issued a distress call just before the control tower lost sight of the plane, and about three minutes after takeoff it was announced that all passengers and crew on board had crashed shortly after take-off from Lagos, and were dead. My client  deposited the total sum of $11,357,042.00.00 Million with a bank in Nigeria few days before his death, which was meant to be transferred to his country pending when some of his properties he put out for sale were bought and paid for. Now, the properties has been bought and paid for and the total some deposited in the account  now amounts to $17,700,000.00 Million.

I have made several attempts to reach my client's daughter, who is the only family he has, but to no avail. I tried reaching her after the death of her father, but her number was not going through. I wrote her several mails but didn't hear from her. The only information I got from her friend was that she left with an Iranian guy, but didn't say where they were heading. Now, the bank has issued me a letter through my client's lawyer in Nigeria automating me to provide a next of kin within the next two weeks beginning from the 15th of August 2011, or the account would be confiscated. Since I have been unsuccessful in locating my client's daughter, I am looking for someone I will present as next of kin to the deceased , so that the proceeds of the total valued amount can be paid.I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law as I have already made all the necessary arrangement with the lawyer in Nigeria.Consider this and get back to me as soon as possible.

Finally, it is my humble prayer that the information as contained herein be accorded the necessary attention, urgency as well as the secrecy it deserves. I expect your urgent response directly to my personal e-mail <cliffordcham33@yahoo.co.jp> if you can handle this.

Thanks and God bless you.
Clifford Chance

From:     BARR. PATRICK ADAMS <patrickadams0@att.net>
Reply-to:     <barr.patrickadams@adamschanbers.com>
Date:     Fri, 4 Mar 2011 15:59:04 +0100 (Fri, Mar 04 2011 09:59:04)

Legal Head, Clifford Chance.
4 Coleman Street London

My name is Barr. Clifford Chance, I may have to trouble your sense of personal achievement and reward for an opportunity properly taken advantage of. I wish to notify you again that you were listed as a beneficiary to the total sum of Ј17,300,000.00 (Seventeen Million Three Hundred Thousand British Pounds Only) in the intent of the deceased (name now withheld since this is my second letter to you).

I contacted you because you bear the same last name with my deceased client and therefore I can present you as the beneficiary to the inheritance, since there is no written will from my late client. Our legal services aim to provide you with a complete service as I am prepared to provide you with all the documents required by the holding Bank to enable them release this inheritance funds to you.

All the papers work required will be processed in your acceptance of this deal as I am prepared to offer you 45%, 50% for me, while 5% will be set aside for any expenses we pay for during this transaction, that is to say that any money spent during the period of this transaction,will be refunded, once the fund has been transferred into your nominated bank account. I request that you kindly forward to me your letter of acceptance with the below details via my private email: barr.cliffordchance@gmail.com

Full Name:-
Full Address:-
Tel No.:-
Private Email:-
Date of Birth:-

Your prompt response is highly imperative.

Yours sincerely,

Barrister Clifford Chance. Esq





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Scammers never use their real names.
They frequently take on the identity of real people to help make themselves and their scam appear legitimate.

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