Sent: Tue, Oct 23, 2012 4:20 AM CDT
Subject: Pls I wish to know if we can work together
This Mail Might Come to You As a Surprise and The Temptation to ignore it as SeriousCould Come into your mind but Please consider it a Divine wish and Accept it with a Deep Sense of Humility Though, this medium (Internet) has Been Greatly Abused,But I choose to Reach You Through it Because it still Remains the Fastest Medium of Communication.
For avoidanceof doubts, my name is Barrister Richard Bakare, I am a full time practicing lawyer registered with the Benin Bar Association as well as aMember of African Independent Financial Advisers.
My purpose ofwriting you this confidential mail is hinged on the fact that; I was personal attorney to Dr. William Jerry Precisely on June,2005 while returning from Accra Ghana to Cotonou Benin where he base after a weekend holiday at Labadi beach Hotel, my client and members of his family (wife and daughter) died in ghastly motor accident by running into a stationery Trailer without warning sign.
After his death with members of his family,due process was followed to alert members of the public and any relation of his through Electronic Media Obituary Announcement both in the local television station here in Cotonou Benin,Also I took personal steps to announce his death through internet advert but yet up till this moment of writing no surviving relation of my said client ever came forward.
Right now his Bank has writtenme requesting me to contact any serving relation of his for the purposeof transferring his estate in the sum of (US$2.6M) . Due to the pressure from the Bank I decided to present you as the next of kin to mysaid deceased client and to further ask your hand of co-operation underutmost confidentiality to claim the outstanding sum by presenting you as the Next of Kin of my late client.
Needless to reassure you that as a Lawyer and personal attorney to my late client, all the necessary information and documents that will sufficiently prove to the officials of the Bank that you are the next of Kin to the deceased shallbe obtained legally from the probate section of the High Court.
I would therefore request you to give this letter serious thought and get back to me urgently.
Barrister Richard Bakare.