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Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2005 02:03:37 -0800

>From the Desk of: Mr.Paul Kumalo
{GM, Commercial Banking (South)}
Chartered Bank Plc, Nigeria. 
E-mail: address@hidden

Dear Friend,
My name is Mr.Paul kumalo {GM, Commercial Banking (South)}. with 
Chartered Bank Plc,Nigeria. Lagos-Nigeria.I came to know about you in 
my private search for a reliable person/company to handle a 
confidential transaction on behalf of my Colleagues and myself.As a 
matter of fact, I got your information from the Nigerian Chamber of 
Commerce and Industry/Nigerian Export Promotion Council. 
l write in respect of a foreign customer with A/C Number:14-2558-
2004,who unfortunately lost his life in the plane crash of Alaska 
Airlines Flight 261 which crashed on January 31 2000, including his 
wife and only daughter leaving nobody to claim the money. 
You shall read more news about the crash on visiting this 
site;http://www.cnn.com/2000/US/02/01/alaska.airlines.list/ The owner 
of this account Mr. Morris Thompson an American and great 
industrialist and a resident of Alaska.
Since the death of this our customer Mr. Morris Thompson, I have kept 
a close monitoring of the deposit records and accounts since then. 
Nobody has come forward to claim the money in this A/C as next of kin 
to the late Mr. Morris Thompson. The total amount in the account US$13 
million and it is a domiciliary escrow bank account.It is only an  
insider,the account owner or a next of kin who has information about 
the account that could produce the Code or password of the deposit 
particulars. Also the funds can only be released to a foreigner.
As it stands now, there is nobody in the position to produce the 
needed information other than my very self-considering my position in 
the  bank.Based on the fact that Mr. Thompson's family perished in the 
same  flight accident, leaving no one to put claim of the deposit as 
the next of kin,so I am seeking for your co-operation to present you 
as the next of kin to late Thompson, and arrange for the release of 
the funds to your honour for our mutual benefit.
If there is more delay in moving this money out, this money will be 
pushed to the Treasury of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I am 
willing to share this money with you in the ratio of 70 - 30%. You 
shall have 30% of the funds and I shall share the rest with my partner 
at the bank.I hope this is a fair sharing?
I look forward to hearing from you urgently so that we can proceed 
accordingly.I wait for your urgent response.this is my private
e-mail address@hidden)
Thanks and best Regards.
Mr.Paul kumalo
{GM, Commercial Banking (South)}.

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