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Lilburn, GA, United States
| I will use my office to place you as the next of Kin to the deceased |
I am Mr.lim Kaan, a Banker and credit system programmer here in our bank, through the bank DTC Screen in my office I decided to use this very chance to know you. Your Name tally's with the Next of Kin to our deceased Customer, an Oil Merchant / Contractor , whose Contract sum value of US$ 25.5 Million has Matured and awaiting administrative order for remittance . I will use my office to place you as the next of Kin to the deceased Customer late Erick Singh ,and we shall share the Fund 50/50%. There is no risk involve we shall execute the deal legally without any problem.
Do get back to me with the following to enable us proceed, also I shall give you more details once i have your details.
1) Your Full Name...............:(2) Residential............ Address:............(3) Phone and Mobile number.................. . Age............../ Occupation................
Awaiting your Response
Have a pleasant day.
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