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daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Mr. Richard Bowling)
Mon Nov 17 15:12:54 2008

Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 13:51:15 -0200
From: "Mr. Richard Bowling" <rbowling16@yahoo.com>
Reply-to: richradbowling@hotmail.co.uk
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Mr. Richard Bowling
London England,U.K
Tel: +44 7035912285
Fax: +44 7005981754

Good Day,

Courtesy of Business opportunity, I take liberty anchored on strong desire
to solicit for your assistance on this mutual beneficial and risk free
ransaction with you, which I hope you will give urgent attention.
To be precise, I am Richard Bowling the Manager of International Premier
Accounts at the International Client's Department of Barclays Bank, London.
In my department, we discovered an abandoned sum of US$12,524,000.00
(Twelve Million, Five Hundred and Twenty Four Thousand United States Dollar=
in an account that belongs to one of our customers who died along with his
entire family in 1988 Lockerbie Pan American Airline plane crash.

Since we got information about his death, we have been expecting his
next of Kin to come over and claim his money, because we cannot
release it unless somebody applied for it, as next of Kin or Relation
to the deceased as indicated in our banking procedure, but
unfortunately to no avail, and nobody has come forward to claim the
money (because the mentioned next of kin which is his Son died as well).

Therefore, upon this discovery I and other two officials in my
department now decide to establish a cordial business relationship
with you, hence my contacting you. We want you to purportedly present
your good self as the next of Kin or relation of the deceased, so that
we can prepare documentations and release the funds (US$12.524
Million) into your account for safety and subsequent disbursement
since nobody is coming for it and again we do not want the funds to go
into the Governments account as 'Unclaimed Bill'.

The banking law and procedures herein stipulates that any account
abandoned or dormant for a period of some years is subjected to be
closed and all money contained therein will be forfeited to the
Government Treasury Account. Now it is being speculated that the above
sum will be transferred into Government Treasury Account as unclaimed
funds on or before the end of November 2008. The reason for you to
present your good self as the next of kin is occasioned by the fact that
the deceased customer was a foreigner.

Mode of sharing after the successful completion of the transfer is as
follows; For the role you will be expected to play in the whole
exercise, we have agreed to give you thirty (30%) of the total
sum, and 5% has been set aside for expenses we are going to encounter
by both parties in the process of this transaction and the remaining
65% shall be for my colleagues and I. In support of the aforementioned,
you are urged to reply this letter indicating your readiness and interest
to participate in the business on my above confidential email address,
fax number or telephone number. After your reply, you will be advised on
the next step forward.

I quite believe that you will protect our interest by keeping this
business Top Secret and Confidential, as your interest will be equally
protected in order to achieve and maintain maximum confidentiality.
Trust to hear from you on the above numbers, as I count on your
earliest response.

Yours truly,
Richard Bowling

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