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#423836 by Troy Platt Tue Feb 23, 2021 9:40 am
From: Express Services <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 2021 12:35:35 +0100
Subject: Respond soon


Hello



An expatriate herein who share the same surname with you died of Covid
19, before his death deposited a total sum of (us$35,000,000.00 only)
with a financial institution in Europe. This financial institution
contacted me so that i will provide any relative to my late client to
claim his funds (us$35,000,000.00 only), but i could not find any of
his true relative after my search. This is why i am contacting you
since you have the same surname with my late client, it will help me
to approve your claim of this funds so that they will not be
confiscated by this financial institution if no body is brought to
them. As the deceased's lawyer, the institution will accept any
information i will provide to them, please acknowledge your receipt of
this email with your mobile telephone numbers included.



waiting for your reply soon.


Regards,


Legal practitioner.

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