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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Detroit, MI, United States
| Advance Fee Fraud |
I am pleased to get across to you for a very urgent and profitable business proposal My name is Barrister George Markse Married with two kids, my client Engr, Port Orchard worked at CHEVRON OIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY UNITED KINGDOM died on a Motor Accident on 15 Sept, 2013 along fog-marred highway in Kent, Sheppey Bridge Crossing near Sheerness in Kent, England (UNITED KINGDOM) on Thursday, Sept 15, 2013 and left USD$15,000,000.00 with UBS INVESTMENT BANK LONDON.
I have tried to the best of my ability to locate any known relation of my Late Client but all effort in this direction has not yield any result ,this is why i contacted you to assist in claiming this fund for our own personal use, honestly I want to present you as a heir to my late client, your efforts and good shall be graciously rewarded with(40%) while 55% will go for me,the remaining 5% will be mapped out for any expenses that will come out of the this transaction and this will be done transparently and legally, meanwhile I have worked out the perfect modality as well and I shall provide the relevant information's and documents for the successful claim and transfer of this fund into your Nominated Account.
As a matter of fact I cannot stand in the forefront of this transaction that is why I have come to you for assistance to seek your collaboration to act as next of kin to Late Engr, Port Orchard to enable UBS Investment Bank London commence immediate action.
However be rest assured that this transaction is total Risk Free, as long as absolute confidential is maintained.
Note this; kindly get back to me or discard this message if you are not interested.
George Markse Esq.
Attorney at law