A typical Next of Kin scam with all the bad spellings and grammar.
"BANQUE CONTONENTALE DU SENEGAL PLC (BCS)
Address ,No 68 Place De L'independence
Email; [email protected]
Tel/Fax,+221 766 963 400
For Your Kind Attention,
I have been directed by the director of Foreign Operation/Wire Transfer to write you in respect to the notification mail which we received today, and also from your partner; Ms Jesica Awa. (The next of kin) that she wishes you to be her trustee/representative for the claim of her late father's deposited with this bank. Late Dr. Wilson Awa is our late customer with substantial amount of 5,700.000$, he deposited with us. Hence you have been really appointed as a trustee to represent the next of Kin. However before our bank will transact any business concerning the transfer of the fund to your bank, we will like you to send the followings immediately to our bank:
1. A power of attorney permitting you to claim and transfer the funds
to your bank account on her behalf.
Note: This Power of attorney must be endorsed by a Senegalese resident lawyer, on behalf of the next of kin.
2. The death certificate of late Dr. Wilson Awa (Her decease father) confirming his death.
3. An Affidavit of oath from Senegalese high court.
Note: The above are compulsory, and are needed to protect our interest, yours and the next of kin after the transfer has been made. These shall also ensure that a smooth, quick and successful transfer of the fund is made.
Note: In recipient of the above documents we may likely use our correspondents bank abroad or Bank diplomart to proceed the transfer of the fund to your nominated account of any where of your choice.
We promise to give our customers the best of our services. Should you have any question(s) please contact our foreign Operational Director Mr. Camara Diop (Foreign/wire transfer officer) for more directive/clarification.
Tel/Fax, +221 766 963 400
Susan Bright (Mrs.)
or Account Dept
BANQUE CONTONENTALE DU SENEGAL PLC (BCS)"