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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

7 Queens Yard, Whitepost Lane E9 5EN

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.




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


Your prompt response is highly


Yours sincerely,

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

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