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Somewhere in United States
|+2 Inheritance of late Craig Peters has been willed to you |
|Falcons-fan (Somewhere in United States) Added the following extra information on :2017-11-10 16:43:47|
My Attorney Has successfully documented your name on Probate Registry as the sole beneficiary to Late Craig Peters account also in our database computer system.
Attach to this email is Death Certificate on your Name as the Sole Beneficiary. It is my belief that you have perused my preceding mail, and that you understood the content of the email. For this fund to be released as soon as possible by the bank where it is lodged, it is imperative at this point to take pre-emptive steps that are necessary for the realization of our objective. Paramount among these are;
1. A written claim letter addressed to the Bank backing your claim as the Late Craig Peters next of kin.
Below here is the Contact Information of the executive director of CIBC bank.
Bank Name: First Caribbean International Bank,Cayman Island. Contact Person: Mr. DAVID RITCH, Executive Director of (CIBC) Bank Office Address: P.O. Box 68 GT, 25 Main Street, Email: David.firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com
As a precautionary measure, this claim letter must be composed in the most convincing and uncompromising manner. This must be done to discourage any feeling of doubt in the minds of the directors of this finance company concerning your claim. After years of closed door meetings with these directors, I must say without benefit of the doubt that they have plans of their own which is of a clandestine nature.
Note that before sending this claim letter, it is very important you write the finance company requesting the Executive director, DAVID RITCH by name. If you do not know how to go about writing this claim letter, I will email a draft for you.
Note that after filling this letter, I want you to send it back to me in other for any necessary correction to be made should the need arise.
Bear in mind that this claim is not going to be a process without a hitch because of the amount involved and the nature of the transaction. I have all the legal documents in my possession and we are going to make the best use of them to our advantage. The only guarantee and assurance that this transaction will culminate in the successful release of this fund is for the both of us to work together as a team i.e. learning to CONFIDE and TRUST in each other. In so doing, we can both play our individual role in this transaction effectively. I am counting on you.
Kind Regards, Andrea Esposito
|Falcons-fan (Somewhere in United States) Added the following extra information on :2017-11-02 13:34:00|
Please read carefully as I am going to explain in details why I mailed you.Craig died in an auto- mobile crash on the 15th of december 2016. I have since carried out a search on his actual extended family ties and which efforts have been to no avail and hence my contacting you. My mail to you was written as a matter of last resort because of the circumstances surrounding this claim right,I am in search of a relative of my late client who happens to bear the same last name. I cannot ascertain if you are directly related to my late client but I am taking a chance to contact you.He was an oil merchant and he had oil dealings around Europe and Africa.
He lived most of his years here in London,but traveled often. I served as his private account officer and personal Adviser on professional matters for the last eleven years preceding his death,Craig was never married and had no kids. He migrated into The UK a very long time ago as an orphan and spent most of his holiday in the Cayman Island where he has an offshore business account with First Caribbean Bank Grand Cayman Island, His financial investments in the bank are on the verge of being declared nontransferable.
I am in dire need to present a next of kin to enable the release of the funds in value of $20.8 Million. In the event that you are not in any way related to this man, I humbly ask for your assistance in partnering with me to get this funds released since you have similar last name as my late client.
Note that there is a legal reason for the confidentiality of this transaction because of the nature of the transaction and the circumstances surrounding it. I stand a better part of the risk because if at any point, and for any reason, the bank becomes aware of my prior contact with you, then I could be held for being in breach of a standard code of conduct which borders on a breach of client fiduciary relationship among others and for this reason, I will appreciate if you are very sure you can assist with this and execute this with the required diligence.
Take note of the mode of sharing after a second thought, 50% for me 50% for you. If you have gone through this mail and you feel it is well understood, please get back to me telling me if you are willing to go ahead or not so that I can give you the contact of Executive director of the bank(CIBC Bank) where this fund is lodged and then inform you too of how to proceed.
Hope to hear back from you pretty soon.
Regards: Andrea Esposito