In our search for a trustworthy individual to work with us on a very
important and confidential project, we came across your esteemed profile
in our Chambers of Commerce and Industries in THE UNITED KINGDOM.
My name is Stanley Lawson, Principal Executive Officer, Audit Department,
Barclays Bank here in The UNITED KINGDOM. During the yearly preliminary
in-house auditing of accounts, I discovered an account opened in 2000 and
since 2004 has remained dormant which means that nobody has been operating
it up till date. The total amount in this account is £1.9Million Pound
Sterling less accrued interest.
Working together with the Audit Manager, we decided to investigate this
account for more information. We discovered that the owner of this
account, a foreigner has died inter state (leaving no heirs or next of
kin) who could make a claim.
Presently, we are the only two people in our organization with access to
this information and we have decided to keep it that way and claim the
money for ourselves using a third party who will take the place of the
deceased (next of kin). We will supply the necessary information on the
deceased and ensure that the claim application is giving immediate
approval. Documents like the death certificate will be arranged and
forwarded to you for onward submission to the bank.
The project is risk-free as we will use contacts that hold strategic
positions in the bank to effect a successful completion of the project and
also ensure that all traces of our mutual involvement are completely wiped
off. These presents no problem as all documented evidence will be directly
under their supervision.
It is our decision to share the funds on 50/50 basis with you and you will
still help us invest our 50% in a profitable stocks and shares in your
country until we are ready to take control. We would like to get your
decision to this proposal as soon as possible. On receipt of your
decision, we will fax or email you explicit details of the already
completed groundwork on this project.
You can contact me at all times on the above information: