from: Nicholas Benson <>
to: [redacted]
date: Sat, Aug 23, 2014 at 3:12 PM

How are you today? You did not respond to my first mail, but I decided to write again in case you did not receive the first one. Please I want to know if am talking with the right person, I am asking this because I have an urgent information that will be of help to you and me, Once again My Name is Mr Nicholas Benson I work with one of the leading Banks here in London, UK. I would need your consent to present you as the next of kin to our late customer who died of heart attack in 2009. He was a wealthy business man who deposited the sum of 7,500,000 (Seven Million Five hundred thousand British Pounds Sterling).) in our Bank. He died without any registered next of kin as he was long divorced and had no child. I was his account officer and have in my possession all the documents required to present you as his beneficiary next of kin. We can work together to claim this fund. Please listen, this is real and goes on in Banks all over the world without people knowing. Let us utilize this opportunity because it does not come always. A lot of customers open private accounts with different Banks without the knowledge of their families and when they die, such money will be lost to the Bank unless someone comes to claim it. This is how a lot of Bank Directors make so much money silently. On your confirmation of this message and indicating your interest, I will furnish you with more details. Please endeavor to provide me with the following so that we can discuss in details. 1) You’re Name? 2) You’re Age? 3) You’re Company if any? 4) You’re Occupation? 5) Name of Company if any? 6) you’re Address? 7) Your Private Phone? 8) Your Private Fax Numbers? 9) Your Alternative email address?



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