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Thursday, October 11, 2007

From Mr David Yong

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From Mr. David Yong
I am Mr. David Yong of Natwest Bank London. I need your services in a confidential matter regarding consignment out of a family beneficiary deposit. This requires a private arrangement.
On July 6,2006, our client Mr. Steve Anderson, a businessman, made a numbered fixed deposit of US$25 million for 6 (six) calendar months, Upon maturity; my Bank officially sent two-man delegate to his residence in United States were he reside only to find out that the business mogul and his family died in a car ascident.
It was discovered that Mr. Steve Anderson did not declare any next of kin in his official papers, including the paper work of his bank deposit. and no one will ever come forward to claim it.According to the laws in England, at the expiration of 2years the deposit will revert to the ownership of England Government if nobody applies to claim it.
You will receive these funds under legal claims; all legal documents will be carefully worked out to ensure a risky free transfer. I will like you as a foriegner to stand as the next of kin to receive the fund.
Sincerely,Mr. David Yong.
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