Thursday, 25 July 2013 = Scam


Before I proceed, I must first apologize for this unsolicited letter to you. I am aware that this is certainly not a conventional way of approach to establish a relationship of trust, but you will realize the need for my action. My name is Gracia Carri?n Graci? of Gracia Carrion Abogados. Actually, I got your contact information from your country data directory while searching for a name similar to my late client Eng. Claudia, an expatriate engineer for thirteen years. She died along with her family in a plane crash.

Before her death, she deposited the sum of $11.5M (ELEVEN MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND U.S. DOLLARS ONLY) with a bank here in South Africa. The bank has mandated me to present any family heir/inheritor for claim before the fund gets confiscated as an unclaimed fund. So I decided to search for any of my late client's relative which has been very difficult for me, as she did not declare any other person, address, partner or relatives in the official paper works of her deposit.

Against this backdrop, my suggestion to you is that I will like you as a foreigner to stand as the next of kin to Eng. Claudia since you both share the same last name so that the money will be released to you. With my position as her lawyer, I will now place your name as the next of kin to my late client. I will prepare every relevant document that will assist your claims, and facilitate the release of the fund.

Note that this transaction is risk free. There is no atom of risk in connection to this business as I have worked out all modalities to complete the transaction successfully. Once the money is released to you, we shall share in the ratio of 50% for me, 50% for you as your benefit then we will map out 5% to upset any expenses made on the process of this transaction. Reply via my private Email: be kind to get back to me if you are not interested so that I can further my search for another partner.
Best Regards

Gracia Carrion Abogados

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