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Dear Sir/Madam,

I am glad to take the chance to introduce my self to you. I am Mr. Mbeki David, the Administrative Manager at financial and security vault of Institute here in London.

I am contacting you based on a financial opportunity I discovered here in our Bank.

It's about an abandoned sum of $25.5M United States Dollars only, that belongs to one of our foreign investor, who died along with his wife and two daughters aged 12 and 9, during his vacation by a fatal bus accident on Monday May 7, 2010 has killed 17 people and injured 25 in southwest China's Guizhou Province.

Since then, I have made several inquiries to defrents embassy here to locate any of our clients extended relatives, this has also proved unsuccessful. This man has been living in London for more than 19 years without returning to his hometown.

I am contacting you to help/assist in repatriating the funds valued at $25.5M United States Dollars left behind by our deceased client to you before it gets confiscated or declared serviceable by the Spanish Government due to the Economics crisis here in the country.

I assure you that this transaction/deal is risk free and its success is 100% guaranteed, I am prepared to compensate you with a 40% share of the total funds for your assistance, and 10% will be mapped out to offset any expenses during the transaction. The final details will be given upon receipt an affirmation of your desire to assist me. For more details contact me on my private email:

Best regards,

Mr.Mbeki David.

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