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Warning! This is a scam letter. Never respond to it.

Sent from: roxfordscarlett1@yahoo.com


Someone I presumed to be your relative because of the similarities in
your last names who was an investor with our bank but died sometime in
2005, has come to the limelight in our bank because since 2005 that he
died his portfolio worth 9.8 millions Pounds has not been touched
because no name of a next-of-kin was found/listed in his bio-data form.
If you are familiar with Investment Banking affairs those who patronize
our services usually prefer anonymity with some levels of detachment
from conventional banking procedures as they operates their accounts
with numbers, pin and codes for the avoidance of scrutiny – now this
particular investment/portfolio has generated/accrued some huge interest
to the tune of 1.9 Million Pounds – hence the bank management authorized
my office as the Director of foreign remittance & private banking of the
Bank to locate any living relative of this investor to claim this money
in line with the UK banking guidelines as stipulated by the World Bank
Group. I will simply nominate & empower you with relevant information
and documentations to enable you claim the money officially and
legitimately for us to share equally. Please be informed this is a risk
and stress free business project because it is simply an inheritance
claim which is common in banks globally. Get back to me once in receipt
of this message for further discussion and details.

Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Wilfred Hunter