It is good to be in contact with you even though this medium of communication has been grossly abused by impostors and criminal
minded people thereby making it difficult for people with genuine
struggle to correspond and exchange views without skepticism.
I am contacting you because you share the same last name with a
deceased client of mine who died with his family a few years ago.
He left behind a lot of bank deposits with no will to mention a
next of kin and I have sold a few of his properties which
deposits have been made into his account here in London. I have
been in recent communication with the banks where he has these
deposits and they have made it abundantly clear that I should
provide any of his relatives to come forward and claim his money.
According to the laws of England and Wales, section 46 of the
Administration of Estates Act of 1925 (with subsequent
amendments). My late client’s bank has issued me a final written
notice to provide his next-of-kin within 7 days or have his funds
declared ”UNCLAIMED” and sent into government treasury.
It is my plan therefore to present you as a relative to my late
client so that his deposit can be transferred to you legally by
virtue of the fact that you share the same last name and I can
easily present you as his relative. I will make this presentation
possible as it is my sole responsibility as the legal
Administrator and I will guide you all the way until his funds
are released to you. We shall be sharing the proceed of this
claim equally if you accept to work with me and I will share more
details with you upon your positive response to my email. Please
stay safe and protect yourself from this corona virus plague.