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Hello ,

Please, however strange or surprising this contact might seem to you as we have not meet personally or had any dealings in the past, I humbly ask that you take due consideration of its importance and immense benefit. However, this is not mandatory nor will I in any manner compel you to honor against your will.

My name is Mr. Stephen Devos, a Business Manager and as well an account officer to a deceased customer of our bank , that shares the same last name as yours, who died as a result of car accident bleeding with his wife and two children along Cambodian Thailand way on November 16th 2004.

The account of the deceased worth the total sum of 18,765,000.00 million United States Dollars with us has been unclaimed due to unavailability of next of kin/relatives to claim the fund. In accordance with the escheat laws in Cambodia as a kingdom, the Board Directors of the bank met forth night ago and resolved to turn the fund of the deceased over to Government pause having waited for too long without the deceased relatives/next of kin surfacing and if this is done, invariably, the funds will end up to become Government property and it is as a result of this that am moved to contact you considering the fact that you share almost the same name with the deceased.

In view of this, am seeking your cooperation and understanding to stand as the deceased next of kin to enable us claim the inheritance before the period given by the bank elapse. If you are interested and in agreement with me, get back to me quickly and I will send to you all the information you may need to proceed without coming to Cambodia, and be rest assured that it is risk free project and the proceed/fund will be shared 60% me -40% you once the fund are expatriated into your account anywhere in the world.

I await your prompt response.

Regards.

Stephen Devos

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Written by Scam Busters

July 21, 2011 at 12:17 pm

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