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#4532 by Obi-Wan Knievel Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:52 am
From: BAR PETER FOSTER [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 9:25 AM
To:
Subject: DEAR SIR/MADAM

ORIEL CHAMBERS
7 Queens Yard, Whitepost Lane E9 5EN

London.
Private Tel: +44 (704) 577 1119
Private Fax: +44 (700) 580 8491

From: Bar. Peter (Esq.)

My Name is Bar. Peter Foster the

Personal Attorney to Ronald Lake who

died in a Plane Crash (Alaska

Airlines Flight 261) on the 31st of

January 2000.

Website:

http://archives.cnn.com/2000/US/02/0

1/alaska.airlines.list/

Presently, as the lawyer I have been

asked to provide his Next-of-Kin to

receive its Deposit valued at US$12,

500, 000.00 (Twelve Million Five

Hundred Thousand US Dollars) or have

the Funds confiscated.

To this effect, I now seek your

consent to present you as the

Next-of-Kin to my Client so that the

proceeds of his Benefit valued at

US$12, 500, 000.00 (Twelve Million

Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars)

can be paid to you thereafter you

and I can share it; 50% to me, 40%

to you, while 10% should be given to

any Orphanage Home.

Please get in touch with me via

E-mail: [email protected] for

further details if you are willing

to assist me immediately you

acknowledge the good receipt of this

message.

Your prompt response is highly

imperative.

Yours sincerely,

Bar. Peter Foster (Esq.)
For: Oriel chambers
Tel: +44 704 574 6786
Email: [email protected]

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